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A group of fashion-forward women got “Carried Away” at a private screening of Sex & the City: The Movie on opening day, part of a breakfast benefit for Hopelink. Lincoln Square Cinemas buzzed with excitement as 240 people, most of them women, gathered to spend the morning with four of their closet friends: Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda.
Sheriff Sue Rahr has opened the Cedar River to recreation use.
A Bellevue physician has pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of controlled substances.
Judith Powers, of Bellevue, died on May 26, 2008 in Bellevue. She was 86.
Funds from a new county sales tax designed to pay for mental illness and drug dependency services should initially be targeted at community-based programs, jail and hospital diversion initiatives and school programs to assist youth, Bellevue City Council members said last week.
Growing concerns regarding the rising costs associated with healthcare and long term financial security brought people together in Bellevue recently as AARP Washington hosted the “Divided We Fail” public forum at the Red Lion Hotel. The event was part of a nationwide campaign set to address what millions of Americans believe are the two most pressing domestic issues facing our nation.
Bellevue resident Xinhang Hu has received a Margin of Excellence Award from the Bellevue Community College (BCC) Foundation in recognition of her outstanding work in support of the college and its students.
Cherry Crest Elementary second grader Ben Buckley sat in the council chambers at Bellevue City Hall and studied the man’s face.
Bellevue City Council members last week put the Light Rail Best Practices Committee on a fast track to finish a nearly year-long effort that will help the council prepare for a proposed light rail system in Bellevue.
Mary Krombholz of Cincinnati, Ohio will present a program on “Identifying German Parian Dolls” at 1 p.m. today at the Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art in Bellevue. The program will accompany the museum’s exhibit “Pale By Comparison: Untinted Bisque Dolls.”
Sarah Craven won first place in a photo contest for Sammamish High School students sponsored by Omega Photo.
Registration is underway for the first ever Kitten Kindergarten training class in the state. Offered by the Seattle Humane Society, the class is open to kittens between the ages of 8-20 weeks. The course will provide structured socialization and basic training, such as teaching “sit” and “come.”
Bellevue’s Kindering Center, the Eastside center for infants and children with special needs, has been named one of Washington’s Best 100 Companies to Work For by Washington CEO Magazine.
Interlake High School music students place high in the Washington State Solo and Ensemble Contest at Central Washington University in Ellensburg on April 26.
When Carol Maples decided she wanted to help the troops, the licensed massage therapist at Massage4BusyBees in Bellevue began her search via the Web. There she found the Ryan Rust, Adopt a Marine program.
Five Bellevue residents received degrees recently from the University of Portland. They include:
Audrey Bennett, of Bellevue, recently was elected Washington State PTA Region 2 Director, which supports PTAs in Bellevue, Mercer Island, Issaquah, Lake Washington, Riverview, and Snoqualmie Valley school districts in eastern King County.
The political season begins in ernest on Monday, June 2 as candidates begin filing for elective office. The in-person filing period ends on Friday, June 6 at 5 p.m. Online filing ends an hour earlier.
Motorists may see lane closures because of two projects on I-405 in Bellevue next week. From June 2-5, during the night and early morning hours, crews may close a lane on southbound I-405 between Southeast Eighth Street and Coal Creek Parkway for electrical work. Crews may also close the following ramps: (continued)