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Washington Brewers Festival 2013 - Pictures and Thoughts
Once again the Washington Brewers Festival was a huge success. This year, the largest crowds in festival history filled Marymoor Park in Redmond and filled their glasses with tasty Washington beer.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Many questions, few answers in death of Bellevue massage therapist
Chiropractor Dr. Jeremy Welch has a policy that he doesn't hire anyone straight out of massage-therapy school.
Officers respond to assault reports from downtown and Grass Lawn | Police blotter for June 17-18
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.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Death of boy in B.C. cancer ride 'heartbreaking'
Family and friends are mourning the death of Xavier Pelletier, the Grade 10 student from Pacific Christian School in Victoria who was struck and killed while participating in B.C.'s Ride to Conquer Cancer on Sunday.
Last Saturday park restoration event set for June 29 at Redmond Watershed Preserve
Trained forest stewards will again be hosting the Last Saturday volunteer events in Redmond parks to continue restoration efforts of the Green Redmond Partnership .
Echolocating app will let you map a room with sound
Bats, dolphins and even some blind people use echoes to create a mental 3D map of their environment and where they are in it.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Seniors tapped into community service, math and drama | High School Graduation 2013 Spotlight
"Two-hundred hours a Wow, that's a lot," Carlos Martinez said as he leaned back in his chair and glanced at fellow Redmond High senior Athena Anderle on Tuesday afternoon.
Police arrest woman on a warrant | Police blotter for June 13-14
Theft: Redmond police responded to an attempted vehicle prowl at 2:08 a.m. in the 8000 block of 149th Place Northeast in Grasslawn.
Port Coquitlam's Norman Nelson
Port Coquitlam's Norman Nelson says while there was a big learning curve to his first Ride to Conquer Cancer, he's eager to pick up the pace in his second tour.
SBA's National Small Business Week takes new route
Karen Mills and her crew are hitting the road next week as the U.S. Small Business Administration takes a new approach to its annual celebration of National Small Business Week.
This Weekend's WA Brewers Festival - What to Expect
Some things to know as you head off for the Washington Brewers Festival this weekend at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Drivers get ticketed for using their cell phones during Target Zero program
For four hours on May 30, five Redmond Police Department traffic officers were on the lookout for drivers using their cell phones and not buckling their seat belts.
Smart Socks Act As Your Running Coach
Can an actual pair of socks knock your proverbial socks off when it comes to making you a better runner? Quite possibly, if you check out the latest creation from a Redmond, Wash., startup.
Hayden: Time To Disclose Success of NSA Surveillance
Leaks of classified National Security Agency information to the media has shaved "points off our operational capacities," former NSA Chief Gen.
New Market Research Report: Microsoft Corporation - SWOT, Strategy and Corporate Finance Report
The report covers the company's structure, operation, SWOT analysis, product and service offerings, detailed financials, and corporate actions, providing a 360deg view of the company.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Part-time school, college staff may lose state health benefits
Thousands of part-time school employees and college instructors would be switched from state-funded health insurance to Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges under a complicated Senate budget proposal that backers say would save the state up to $57 million over the next two years.
Pritchett Named Executive Director For Seattle Public Schools' Central Region
On Tuesday, Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Jose Banda announced that Sarah Pritchett, principal of McClure Middle School, had been appointed as the new Executive Director of Schools for the Central Region.
All Things Digital
Microsoft Angers Gamers With Xbox One Restrictions
The Redmond, Wash., software giant last week irked the gaming community by disclosing restrictions associated with how game discs for its forthcoming Xbox One console will be resold, lent or shared with friends.
Myrtle Beach Online
Daniel James Brown on 'The Boys in the Boat'
Redmond, Wash., -based author Daniel James Brown's newest book, "The Boys in the Boat" , is more than a sports saga.