County seeks essays from eighth-graders

October 23, 2014

The King County Civil Rights Commission invites all eighth-grade students to write essays about the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Eastside Writes sponsors Salmon Days tweets

October 23, 2014

Made popular by Twitter,  memoirs tweets summarize their writers’ lives in just six words. Eastside Writes, an Issaquah-based literary arts organization, gave the trend a Salmon Days twist by inviting visitors to write six-word salmon memoirs.

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Rhodies offers same quality barbecue in new location

October 23, 2014

Ken Rogers learned the restaurant trade early.

He started by riding his Big Wheel through the parking lot at the truck stop and restaurant on the eastern edge of North Bend. That was in 1976. A couple years later, he turned in his Big Wheel for a tray and began bussing tables in the restaurant.

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Property taxes due Oct. 31

October 23, 2014

King County residents who pay their property taxes themselves rather than through their mortgage lender need to pay the second half of their 2014 taxes by Oct. 31 to avoid interest and penalty charges.

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Fall’s fine features

October 23, 2014

By Camille Bodey Camille Bodey often carries her camera on her walks. She captured this fall scene earlier this month in North Bend.

By Camille Bodey
Camille Bodey often carries her camera on her walks. She captured this fall scene earlier this month in North Bend.

County gets grant to improve Hepatitis C treatment

October 23, 2014

King County health care providers will be better able to identify and successfully treat people with chronic Hepatitis C virus thanks to a $6 million grant awarded to Public Health – Seattle & King County.

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Police and fire blotter

October 23, 2014

 Police and fire reports

King County Sheriff

Loaded driver

Police responded at 5:42 p.m. Oct. 9 to the Snoqualmie Casino at 37500 North Bend Way to reports of suspicious circumstances. A person had a pistol concealed in her glove box with a loaded magazine inserted.

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Treat the family to friendly Halloween activities

October 23, 2014

Boo!

Halloween may not be until the end of the month but the fun and games start early.

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Wildcats overcome elements and Eagles

October 23, 2014

The weather brought the rain for the Mount Si football game against Issaquah, but the Wildcats brought the heat.

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Snoqualmie Casino announces fall linup

October 23, 2014

Bob Rivers and Spike and The Impalers, Snoqualmie Valley celebrities, will join Judah Friedlander for a holiday show at 8 p.m. Dec. 11 and 12 at Snoqualmie Casino.

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