UW plans innovation center in Bellevue | Facility expected to attract faculty, students worldwide

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Bellevue City Councilmember John Chelminiak says the University of Washington is eyeing the Bel-Red corridor to site a new innovation center proposed to pair students and faculty with companies and organizations to tackle global design and technology challenges.

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Bellevue needs policies for growth

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Although there are many benefits to the growth and redevelopment happening in Bellevue, there are also growing pains like frequent traffic jams and PSE’s Energize Eastside project, which will leave a scar of transmission lines through our city for generations.

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Critic of letter about salute misses the point

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A recent letter writer did not like my comments of President Obama’s latte salute to the Marine standing at attention saluting his Commander In Chief as he got off the helicopter at the White House. The writer should completely read and understand what he is complaining about.

Seattle gets trampled ... by turtles (REVIEW)

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Minnesota bluegrass quintet Trampled By Turtles led the sold-out crowd at Seattle's Sodo Showbox on a beautiful journey of Americana on Saturday.

Patrolling between the posts

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Bellevue senior Quinlan Hughes is in his first season as the Wolverines varsity goalie

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Should members of the Bellevue City Council be paid more than $1,650 a month?

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