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The 17-year-old Redmond resident is now a senior at Interlake High School, and has received many accolades for playing the instrument.
Santa and his eight flying reindeer got nothin' on the 2WD Ural Gear-Up. When it comes to smiles per mile on ultimate sleigh rides, I'll go dashing through the snow on a Ural before any purpose-built, motorized sled, whether fueled by petrol or magic food pellets.
Sen. Andy Hill, who represents Kirkland in the 45th District, unveiled the "Kids First Act" on March 7, which would require two-thirds of state revenue growth to be devoted to education over the next ten years.
The mid-term Democratic caucus for the 48th Legislative District will be 1 p.m. Sunday, March 9 at Rose Hill Elementary School cafeteria, 8110 128th Ave. N.E., Kirkland.
After suffering a neck injury that ended her career as a professional horseback rider, Jodie Davis has found a new career as the franchise owner of a new frozen yogurt shop in Redmond.
Four Redmond High School students and one graduate didn't want to miss out on the historic occasion in Olympia on Feb. 26. At 2 p.m. in the state's capitol building, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the Washington Dream Act into law.
Kringles Bakery owner Mandy Schwarzinger cuts the ribbon during her grand-opening ceremony today alongside Redmond City Council member John Stilin.
The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers.
Due to an ever-growing demand for energy on the east side of Lake Washington, Puget Sound Energy this year announced its "Energize Eastside" initiative to bring new transmission lines to our side of the lake.
In a single day, the average American spends eleven hours with digital media. With so many ways to stay connected, it can be difficult to power down the screen and engage with the world beyond it.
Microsoft Research has released free software that scientists or students can use to analyze animal behavior captured on video, potentially offering insights that could, among other things, aid threatened species.
Assault: Redmond police responded to a disturbance in progress at 6:12 p.m. in the 8700 block of 166th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill.
Just one week after the $755 million Lake Washington School District bond officially failed, the school board of directors voted to put a smaller bond on the April ballot.