Madison Miller

Bellevue Reporter intern says ‘goodbye,’ advocates value of community news

Well Bellevue, it’s been quite a summer. By the time you’re reading this, I will be beginning my senior year at Northwest University and returning… Continue reading

 

Sherilyn Fenn of ‘Twin Peaks’ visits Bellevue College

Actress of “Twin Peaks,” Sherilyn Fenn visited Bellevue College to lead an acting class and a Q&A session on July 31. Assistant English professor, Dr.… Continue reading

 

Bellevue’s Cinemark Reserve Lincoln Square creates a new way to watch movies

The Cinemark Reserve in Lincoln Square, which opened its doors Aug. 3, was specifically designed to offer moviegoers a new way to watch films with… Continue reading

 

Bellevue Chamber Foundation awards 4 scholarships to college-bound seniors

Four Bellevue graduating seniors received scholarships at the Bellevue Chamber business lunch, “Radar Vision for Autonomous Vehicles, Drones and Machines,” on July 20. “The Bellevue… Continue reading

Cut Up/Cut Out Exhibit rekindles ancient art form

Almost every day, people cut paper, or other materials, without much consideration to the actual ancient art form of cutting or piercing. The art of… Continue reading

Second Green-Theory marijuana store opens near Bellevue’s Spring District

Green-Theory held an official grand opening for its second location near the Spring District from July 14-16. A soft opening was held on June 19,… Continue reading

Family of Bellevue girl whose anti-bullying video went viral calls on school district to protect students

Bellevue community members and the family of a 9-year-old girl, whose anti-bullying video reached over 13 million people, took the complaint to the Bellevue School… Continue reading

Attempted burglar suspect crashes into Bellevue pot store

A white Honda sedan crashed through the wall of the BelMar marijuana shop in the 600 block of 116th Street at around 5:30 a.m. Thursday… Continue reading

Attempted burglary suspect crashes into Bellevue pot store

A white Honda sedan crashed through the wall of the BelMar marijuana shop in the 600 block of 116th Street at around 5:30 a.m. Thursday… Continue reading

Chevy Chase residents celebrate completion of first levy-funded project in Bellevue

Bellevue Chevy Chase residents, along with elected officials, celebrated the completion of the first levy-funded project funded by the Neighborhood Safety, Connectivity and Congestion levy… Continue reading

Cows lodge at Bellevue Hyatt for National Holstein Convention

For the week of June 26-July 1, approximately 1,200 dairy farmers and 50 cows lodged at the Bellevue Hyatt for this year’s National Holstein Convention.… Continue reading

Miss Bellevue sheds light on mental health

Morgan Chavez had a rough start to life. After losing her mother — a corporal in the United States Army — at the age of… Continue reading

Bellevue Overlake Hospital nurses rally on I-405 overpass for safe patient care

Overlake Hospital nurses and community members rallied together on the Interstate-405 overpass on June 15 to spread awareness of what they claim are unsafe management… Continue reading

Bellevue community rallies to preserve 300 trees at PSE headquarters

Members of the Duwamish, Snohomish and Saanich tribes with Bellevue residents rallied in front of Puget Sound Energy (PSE) headquarters in Downtown Bellevue on June… Continue reading

Bellevue teen with cystic fibrosis receives scholarship

Jacob Greene, a senior at Bellevue Christian School, was awarded a $5,000 “All in for CF” scholarship from Vertex to attend Stanford University for the… Continue reading

PSE scammers target Bellevue business owners

Jean Cho, the owner of Silhouette Hair Salon and Spa on 156th Avenue Southeast, reported being scammed by someone posing as Puget Sound Energy on… Continue reading

Bellevue Interlake grad receives national recognition in Adweek Magazine

2007 Interlake graduate Nathalie Con received national recognition in Adweek’s 15 Most Innovative Agency Executives in Media Buying and Planning. Con serves as the associate… Continue reading

Bellevue parents protest school board vote for questionable playfield infill

Bellevue parents turned out in force for the Bellevue School Board’s May 16 meeting, protesting the board’s decision to use an artificial turf infill that… Continue reading

New intern inspired by 1940 film ‘His Girl Friday’ | My Turn

If there’s one thing I hate, it’s introductions. Remember college orientation, when you had to say an interesting fact about yourself to a group of… Continue reading