Bellevue Television’s “It’s Your City” program has been named a finalist for 2008 National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) Government Programming Awards.
A potential controversy over Bridle Trails State Park was avoided early this month when Seattle City Light agreed to drastically reduce the number of trees it would cut down to protect power lines running through the park’s center.
Many among the crowd did not hesitate to shout out the familiar line that the sound of galloping evoked.
“Hi-yo Silver, away!”
The group of nearly 100 people gathered last Friday at the Coast Bellevue Hotel where the Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound organization presented “A Grand Salute to Shows and Stars from the Golden Age of Radio.”
The old man was lying in bed, asleep with mouth open and no teeth. A single light bulb hung over his head. It made John Stilz angry then, and it still motivates him 25 years later.
As the East King County Ombudsman for Long-Term Care, Stilz and his team of 15 volunteers advocate and mediate for residents of assisted-living facilities and nursing homes. They currently resolve about 100 issues a year.
The original Strawberry Festival ran from 1925 through 1941. World War II brought the festival to a close, as many local farmers were sent to internment camps, and wartime shortages cut into supplies of milk, sugar, and gasoline.
Ray Wehrs has a love for his daughter and a love for motorcycles, two things that led him to join the Imagine Guild, one of the top guild fundraisers for Seattle Children’s Hospital. The guild hosts three major fundraising events each year including the largest and most anticipated event called Children’s Ride.
Community members, political leaders and the general public joined together at Bellevue City Hall on Wednesday to review the latest progress of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Project. The open house gave the public a chance to assess the current stages of the four key components associated with the project, including the proposed toll on the existing bridge, the pontoon construction, the design of the east side corridor and the proposed alternative plans for the west side corridor.
John Stephen Davies of Bellevue has graduated with honors from Montana State University. To qualify for graduation with honors, students must possess a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 to 3.69.
A large crowd turned out for Monday’s City Council study session to hear Sound Transit staff update elected officials on a proposed East Link Light Rail project that would run from Seattle to downtown Bellevue and possibly to Overlake.