State Supreme Court strikes down I-27; King County will pursue safe consumption sites

State Supreme Court strikes down I-27; King County will pursue safe consumption sites

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The Echo Glen Children’s Center holds about 135 male and female youth in residence. The youth range from age 10 to 20 and come from all throughout the state. Photo courtesy of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Police catch escapees from local juvenile detention center

The escapees dashed into the surrounding wetlands and were eventually found by a security guard.

The cabin is located 8 miles up Southeast Middle Fork Road and is known within the hiking community. Photo courtesy of King County Sheriff’s Office

Man sentenced to 9 months for child porn possession

Daniel M. Wood was linked to DNA within a “fairy cabin” in the Snoqualmie National Forest.

The King County Library System Foundation is awarded a grant from Boeing

KCLSF receives an $80,000 grant from the Boeing Company

Mary Lynn Pannen, founder and CEO of Sound Options, has consulted thousands of Washington families on geriatric care for 30 years. Photo courtesy of Sound Options.

Elder abuse cases are on the rise in Washington

Local agencies and geriatric care managers aim to increase public awareness about the epidemic.

North Bend and Snoqualmie celebrate the holidays

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson presented Santa with a key to the city.

Sky’s the limit with this lakefront getaway property

Engel & Völkers Seattle partner with pioneer Lake McMurray family to offer stunning acreage

Mount Si Wildcats junior center Sela Heide, right, scored a team-high 15 points in a 4A KingCo contest against the Newport Knights on Dec. 14 in Factoria. Newport defeated Mount Si 45-36. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Knights attain comeback victory against Wildcats

Mount Si girls basketball team loses close game against Newport.

Mount Si junior guard Jabe Mullins, left, surveys the court while being defended by Newport senior Thomas Kristen. Mount Si defeated Newport 66-44 on Dec. 14 in at Newport High School in Factoria. Mullins scored 18 points in the win. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Wildcats seal victory with second half surge against Knights

Mount Si earns win on the road against Newport.

Mount Si Wildcats senior wrestler Spencer Marenco went 1-2 at the Mat Classic Class 4A state wrestling tournament during his junior season. Marenco said his goal this season is to win a state championship in his final year of high school wrestling. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Marenco is motivated to reach the mountaintop

Mount Si three-sport athlete wants to earn a state wrestling crown.

Business
The Centralia Power Plant is a coal-burning plant owned by TransAlta which supplies 380 megawatts to Puget Sound Energy. It is located in Lewis County and slated to shut down by 2025. Aaron Kunkler/Staff Photo

National report outlines climate change’s course for the Northwest

More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.

 

Life

North Bend and Snoqualmie celebrate the holidays

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson presented Santa with a key to the city.

 

Marketplace

Sky’s the limit with this lakefront getaway property

Engel & Völkers Seattle partner with pioneer Lake McMurray family to offer stunning acreage

 

Crossroads celebrates the giving season with community

Bellevue center launches month of special events and opportunities to give back

 

Boosting community on Mercer Island can be THIS easy!

Mercer Island Community Fund grants support Island events and programs

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Here’s a twist on the usual holiday party: Are you up for the challenge?

These games put the fun in friendly competition!

 

Opinion
Tulin Yildiz speaks on the origin and significance of ashure in Turkish culture at Turkcha’s event at the Peter Kirk Community Center in Kirkland. Photo courtesy of Dilek Anderson

The sweetness of coming together | Windows and Mirrors

For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.

 

Northwest
Mary Lynn Pannen, founder and CEO of Sound Options, has consulted thousands of Washington families on geriatric care for 30 years. Photo courtesy of Sound Options.

Elder abuse cases are on the rise in Washington

Local agencies and geriatric care managers aim to increase public awareness about the epidemic.