Bellevue-based Friends of Granger nonprofit celebrates 14th year of giving

Year after year, Joan Wallace emails “100 of her closest friends” around Thanksgiving time to ask them to give to… Continue reading

Puget Sound Energy’s Energize Eastside starts permitting process for south Bellevue segment

Richards Creek substation, transmission lines expected to be complete by summer 2018

Bellevue residents outraged over buck shot with bow and arrow

Carcass left to rot in neighbor’s yard

Man who allegedly threatened Bellevue church group charged for threat to Seattle church

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office charged a 25-year-old man for emailing pastors: “Time to engage the artillery and kill you all.”

Bellevue celebrates BelRed transportation projects

Road improvements to accomodate future growth

2018 economic forecast remains positive for Bellevue business community

Is the 2017-18 economy as good as it gets? About 10 percent of Eastside business leaders are less enthused about… Continue reading

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Bellevue Essentials to graduate new class Nov. 29

On Wednesday, Nov. 29, the city of Bellevue will graduate a new class of 35 emerging community leaders from its Continue reading...

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Bellevue charities among others to receive toiletry donations from ‘Soap for Hope’

AAA’s Seattle and Eastside stores are teaming up with six local charities to provide fresh opportunities for our neighbors in Continue reading...

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Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena offers free admission on ‘Library Appreciation Day’

King County Library System card holders receive free Bellevue Ice Arena admission on Nov. 28

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Lincoln South Food Hall coming to Bellevue

When it opens in mid-December, Lincoln South Food Hall will be Downtown Bellevue’s first multi-faceted culinary collection to provide an Continue reading...

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Sports
Photo courtesy of Kim Weber
                                The Sammamish Totems girls swim team attained a fourth place finish at the Class 2A state swim and dive championships on Nov. 11 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. The Totems compiled a total of 158 team points. Members of the varsity roster consisted of Anna Troje, Sierra Rosenow, Kona Kao, Kayla Chenier, Tesslyn Matthes, Lilje Stratton, Jillian Weber, Kylie Beagles, Katie Walz, Isabella Voight, Jamie Chin, Jalynn Youngs and Erin Whipple. Sammamish was coached by Paul Craig, Alejandra Fuentes, Justin Fleming and Oey Chang.

Totems earn fourth place at Class 2A state swim meet

The Sammamish Totems girls swim team attained a fourth place finish at the Class 2A state swim and dive championships… Continue reading

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                                Bellevue senior Callie Weber captured the Class 3A KingCo MVP volleyball award.

Weber earns KingCo MVP award

Bellevue Wolverines senior volleyball Callie Weber was adept at delivering pulverizing kills from her position of outside hitter during the… Continue reading

 

 



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