COVID-19 and the delta variant continue to cast awful shadows on our families and neighborhoods, on our businesses and our…
At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, guns fell silent across France. Peace broke out that day, and soon ‘Johnnie came marching home’ back to the U.S. For many years, Nov. 11 was recognized as Armistice Day — a day Americans gave recognition and thanks to our World War I veterans.
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A few weeks ago, a group of residents from Bellevue and the Eastside went on a trip to Austin, Texas to see and learn new ways of doing things, to explore new ideas — and to use that experience to create and renew back home. Here are some takeaways from the trip
After the terrible explosion that tore a hole through downtown North Bend in the wee hours of April 25, I urge my fellow Eastsiders, both individually and as a business community, to come together to help not only these individual Snoqualmie Valley businesses and their employees, but also the city of North Bend in its efforts to heal and spring back.
Seven years ago, I sped across the I-90 Bridge to Harborview Medical Center. As I did, I begged for God to take my life: “Please take me instead. Not Her!” Just 15 minutes before my drive across the bridge, my wife, Mary Beth, and I had received the phone call that every parent dreads. Our 17-year-old daughter, Mora, was in ER at Harborview.