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A middle-schooler coping with the loss of a family member. A teen who was new to town and just wanted to fit in. A high-school athlete. The daughter of a Seattle news anchor.
Community Events, February 2015
The 12 flags are still flying and people are still sporting their Seahawks apparel. It was a tough Super Bowl loss to deal with and fans are probably still shaking their heads about what could have been.
If you use the 520 bridge, you know you have to pay a toll. If you don’t, you expect the state Department of Transportation to send you a bill for it.
(Editor’s note: State Rep. Joan McBride wrote this column on the first day of the legislative session, Jan. 12.) This morning beneath the brightening sky, I walked the few blocks from my weekday home in Olympia to the Washington State Capitol and my new job as a state representative. Usually, the mornings are shrouded in fog. I keep my eyes on the Capitol dome and let the light that shines from the top guide my way.
During a couple of recent panel discussions with legislators in Olympia as they warmed up for the start of the 2015 legislative session, which began on Jan. 12, more than a few legislators found it necessary to assure reporters and the public that they’d be able to get everything on a very loaded agenda done in the 105 days they have allotted.