Participants from last year’s snowshoeing adventure. Courtesy of Carrie Sabochik/city of Bellevue

Bellevue tackles ‘nature deficit disorder’ with snowshoeing adventures

Hikes continue through February and cost $15 per person.

Bellevue School Board appoints Sima Sarrafan to vacant seat

After interviewing four candidates for the vacant District 1 director position on Jan. 17, the Bellevue School Board voted to… Continue reading

Seattle Women’s March 2.0 in Photos

Tens of thousands take to Seattle’s streets to support the #MeToo movement and marginalized communities.

Photo by Nicole Jennings

State legislators combat federal ruling on net neutrality

One Senate bill would prohibit internet service providers from exercising “deceptive” tactics and impairing or blocking legal web content.

Photo by Taylor McAvoy

Scenes From Seattle Women’s March 2018

From Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, Seattle Weekly captures the demonstration’s atmosphere.

Nearly 100 people gathered in the Capitol Legislative Building in Olympia on Thursday, Jan. 18, to rally in support of the Reproductive Parity Act and other women’s health bills. Photo by Taylor McAvoy

Lawmakers again consider requiring health plans to cover abortions

Democratic lawmakers are hopeful that this is the year for the Reproductive Parity Act.

Social Media Advertising Opens the Doors to New Customers

Networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have opened up new ways to communicate.

Students at Stevens Elementary in Spokane put food on their trays. Photo courtesy of the state Legislature

Senate approves Mercer Island senator’s ‘Breakfast After the Bell’ legislation

Legislation to expand the successful “Breakfast After the Bell” program to more students across the state passed the state Senate Continue reading...

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41st District lawmakers cheer passage of $4 billion construction budget

Construction projects across the state of Washington and the 41st District now have the funding they need after the House Continue reading...

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Drunk driver crashes vehicle during Bellevue police chase

21-year-old driver arrested for several crimes.

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Can you commit to ‘The 5-Hour Rule’ to guide your lifelong learning?

Dedicating five hours a week to learning creates space for innovation

 


Life

Newport High School drama presents ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Performance will run Jan. 12 through Jan. 20 in Bellevue.

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Marketplace

Social Media Advertising Opens the Doors to New Customers

Networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have opened up new ways to communicate.

 

Can you commit to ‘The 5-Hour Rule’ to guide your lifelong learning?

Dedicating five hours a week to learning creates space for innovation

 

Step Into the Future With Game Design, Programming, and Animation This New Year

Start 2018 with new skills for a new career at Seattle’s Academy of Interactive Entertainment

 

Learning Experiences Are the Very Best Gifts – Gift Guide

Give the gift of learning with Connect2Classes Holiday Promo

 

Opinion

Time to focus on school choice in Bellevue and across America | Guest Column

by Andrew R. Campanella National School Choice Week Next week, schools, homeschool groups, organizations and individuals in Washington and across Continue reading...

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Inslee: ‘It’s our state’s destiny … to fight climate change’

In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.

 


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