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The Bothell Reporter
Scholarship offered for essay
The Eastside Republican Club will award a $1,000 scholarship to the author of the best essay on the topic "How would a $15 per hour minimum wage affect jobs?" The scholarship program is open to high school students graduating in 2014, and freshmen and sophomores in an accredited college or university.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Tavern Hall to fill Munchbar space at Bellevue Square
The former site of Munchbar in Bellevue Square will be remodeled and replaced by a new restaurant and bar called Tavern Hall, according to permits issued by the city of Bellevue.
Earth Day: A time for us to reflect | Other Voices
The very first Earth Day was April 22, 1970. Established as a day of awareness, people back then undoubtedly saw a different set of hopes and conditions than we do today.
Police investigate possible prostitution group | Kirkland Police Blotter
The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers.
WA: Passenger Rail Expert Kevin R. Collins, PE, Joins HNTB Corp.
Corp. as project director and vice president. Collins brings two decades of transportation industry experience, focusing on delivery of passenger rail projects, including light rail, commuter rail and streetcar projects, several in excess of $100 million.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Daily Troll: Ross Hunter rejects Senate run. Bellevue fires a cop. Dan Lewis leaving KOMO.
Rep. Ross Hunter, D-Medina - who was considered the strongest potential candidate for the 48th District Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Rodney Tom - announced on his Facebook page today that he will instead run for reelection in the state House.
New Apptio Channel Chief Talks Partner Opportunities, Philosophy
Most vendors want a channel partner on every corner just in case there's a nearby customer with a need.
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Lying ultimately led to firing of Bellevue officer | Brennan...
Bellevue Police Deputy Chief Jim Jolliffe said today the decision to fire a 15-year veteran of the force this week was not as much based on the fact he let a fellow officer he believed to be driving drunk off the hook during a November traffic stop but that he lied to protect that officer from being investigated by other law enforcement officials.
Newcastle celebrates Earth Day, Easter this weekend
Josephine Yen, 12, of Bellevue, looks and listens as a male Pacific tree frog fills its vocalizing sack at the 2013 Newcastle Earth Day event.
Mercer Island Reporter
No on Prop #1
The Bellevue Chamber, along with other chambers of commerce in Washington, has advocated persistently for a statewide transportation package.
Business Theatre Live to be monthly performance
Creative networking will literally take center stage with the launch of Business Theatre Live! on Wednesday, April 22 in Bellevue.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Wash. man charged with murder in aunt's death
King County prosecutors said Wednesday in court documents that 53-year-old Mark Irwin was wearing blood-covered pants and had scratches on his arms Monday when Bellevue police found him in his aunt's car a few hours after her body was discovered.
Energize Eastside project sparks opposition
This map shows two potential routes for Puget Sound Energy's Energize Eastside project, which would run 18 miles of transmission lines from Renton to Redmond.
Bellevue police chief recalls 35 years in law enforcement
Retiring Bellevue Police Chief Linda Pillo turns off her cellphone as her last act of business during a retirement party Tuesday at City Hall.
City of Bellevue
Rwandan documentary showing at Bellevue library
A free screening of the award-winning documentary about Rwanda, "Finding Hillywood," is scheduled for Tuesday, April 22. 6 p.m. at the Bellevue Downtown Library, Room 1, 1111 110th Avenue Northeast.
Attorney charaged masseuse rapes: Sex was consensual
This is the sketch Bellevue police released before the arrest of attorney Danford Grant, who is accused of multiple rapes.
Zebroski named vice president
Tom Zebroski has been named vice president, wealth management advisor at The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank in Bellevue.
Bellevue restaurant gets second closure by Public Health
Bellevue Indian restaurant Anjappar Chettinad was closed today for the second time in the past 18 days by King County Public Health for what it alleges are more of the same food safety violations that led to its first closure.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Bellevue woman's nephew held for her slaying
Police believe the woman found dead in her Bellevue apartment Sunday night was killed by her 53-year-old nephew, who has a lengthy criminal history and admitted to relapsing into his drug habit.
Nephew held in slaying of Bellevue woman
A Bellevue man suspected of killing his elderly aunt after he relapsed on drugs was ordered held in connection with her slaying on Tuesday.