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Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Tyler R. Erickson, son of Linda Molemaar of Bellevue and Steve Erickson of Kirkland recently completed the Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX).
The AAA Driver Improvement Program is accepting reservations for its refresher course on defensive driving skills. The course gives practical guidance for traffic accident prevention and enhances driver safety and confidence.
SeekingSitters will host the first Alex’s lemonade stand fundraiser in Bellevue on Aug. 23 in an effort to raise money for cancer research.
Bellevue-based City University of Seattle and Lake Washington Technical College (LWTC) have joined to bring CityU of Seattle’s newly developed Bachelor of Arts in Management (B.A.M.) program to the LWTC campus in Redmond beginning this fall.
Five local organizations are joining together to help young adults who have limited basic skills. Through a shared project called the Eastside Educational Transition Center, Bellevue and Cascadia community colleges, Hopelink, and Lake Washington and Renton technical colleges are working to help under-educated young adults get the job training they need to become economically self-sufficient.
A 25-year-old woman from Bellevue who fell to her death from a balcony has been identified as Chelsea Marie Howe.
It was 1979 and Richard Boehmer hired on at Metro while he looked for a “real job.”
Matthews at Lakemont grocery store is one of 30 stores cross the state chosen for a pilot program to allow wine and beer tasting on site.
The Puget Sound Energy Foundation has awarded grants totaling almost $130,000 to more than 30 charitable organizations throughout Washington.
The Bellevue Arts Museum has been awarded a $478,492 grant from the federal government’s Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The grant will fund museum exhibitions and educational programs between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009.
By the new year, King County residents will be able to weigh the nutritional value of their dine-out meals.
Demolition crews made a major breakthrough Saturday, Aug. 16 when they brought down the roof of the Wilburton Tunnel on southbound I-405.
For Paul Zimmer, this is only the beginning of the line. The Bellevue resident first learned of King County’s plan to rip out the Eastside railroad line and replace it with a bicycle trail last year. How bizarre, he thought. He had to do something.
King County Iris Society Bearded Iris Sale: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 16. Features unusual and hard-to-find irises. Proceeds benefit the King County Iris Society. Crossroads Bellevue Shopping Center, 15600 N.E. Eighth St., Bellevue. www.kcis.org.
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Just 14 months after razing its former buildings, St. Thomas School will open the doors to its new building and campus at 8300 N.E. 12th Street in Medina.
The Humane Society’s recent Catapalooza found homes for 146 orphaned cats.
Ten polling places in Bellevue have new locations and King County is urging voters to confirm the location of their assigned polling place before the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 19.
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