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Krista Kay’s new book, “A Head Above The Rest,” is partially based on her journey in accepting her height.
The goal is to collect 500 children’s books featuring characters of color.
The Diamond Square complex is also looking for other local businesses to move in.
Blood will be collected June 29 and 30, as well as July 1, 8, and 9.
Tickets are pre-sale only, and a maximum of 300 cars are allowed at each show.
A local councilmember organized a Peace Cruise, while young adults held a BLM protest and others showed their support for local police.
Hundreds of locals showed up to demonstrate against systematic racism and police brutality. Here are some photos from the events.
Organizers said hosting it admin a pandemic was just “not feasible.”
I expect to make mistakes and get called out, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from trying.
Poison exposures from the misuse of chemicals spiked 53 percent in the early days of the pandemic.
If you want to protest, try to stay 6 feet away from other people, carry and use hand sanitizer, and wear a mask.
COVID-19 activity in Enumclaw is low, but the state wants whole counties to move forward through Gov. Inslee’s reopening plan.
The program allows for cultural events — like the annual Canoe Journey — to count toward core school credit.
The county has met more than half its goals, but the ones it hasn’t met are critical in determining how many people are still being infected, and how quickly people are being tested.
Rep. Morgan Irwin of the 31st District was one of a few republicans signing onto this suit, alleging the state has violated Constitutional rights of citizens.
The fine is nearly $10,000.
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The city council would like to see King County cities with 15,000 or less residents move on to the next phase of reopening the economy.
The extra need, in addition to its thrift store being closed, means the nonprofit is expecting an $80,000 budget shortfall this year.
ED volumes across the state are falling, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t getting sick or hurt.