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The Jackson junior dominated in the circle and at the plate for the 4A state champions.
The school district is in this position because voters didn’t support a $330.6 million bond measure.
Classmate Musunuri also was a winner at the international event sponsored by Intel.
The area is now being searched for a suspect.
Lisa Mills, of Mill Creek, celebrated her birthday on May 2 by organizing a Happiness Sprinkling group. Friends Breaonna Brask, Toni Wilson, Laura Peterson, Kim… Continue reading
The changes would move more than 150 students from Mill Creek to Penny Creek.
Crossing 35th Avenue SE and Highway 96 presents problems for some students who walk to school.
Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory spent the past 16 years overseeing major growth and expansion.
A team of four students from Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek won second place in a nationwide Construction Industry Roundtable building design… Continue reading
Some local students returned with awards from the DECA International Career Development Conference, held April 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia. Nearly 14,000 North American students took… Continue reading
The man might be responsible for six to eight Rite Aid robberies in the past seven months.
Part of Highway 9 will be widened and restriped to add a lane in the Clearview area.
Mill Creek’s first law enforcement K9 died after health complications and “a very good career.”
Hundreds of comic shops and libraries nationwide participate in the event.
Jennifer Langbehn is to replace Superior Court Judge Michael Downes, who retires May 31.
The 6,959 square-foot firm will feature 36 private studios in three sizes.
With a remodeled space, SOLID Modern Teriyaki picks up where Town Center Teriyaki left off.
Other people’s junque would look really good in your house right now.
Jackson High School’s “Jack in the Bot” Team 2910 and King’s Schools “CyberKnights” Team 4911 from Shoreline were teammates on a four-team alliance that reached… Continue reading