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Kirkland father Solomon Metalwala lives life like his son Sky is still with him. Though the boy went missing two years ago when he was 2 years old, Metalwala said most everything he does every day involves his son.
Political newcomer and Union Hill area Republican Jim Thatcher is running for 45th District state representative, Position 2 “to help bring a fresh team to our citizen legislature and greater accountability to state government.”
Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, in partnership with Space Adventures, will be sending someone from the general public into space through its Space Race 2012 program. The mission is in celebration of the Space Needle’s 50th anniversary. Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair, its creation marked the beginning of the original space race that put man on the moon.
A Becca Specialist at Lake Washington High School (LWHS) and mother of four, Mary Jo Bogden is reminded of how vulnerable her son is every time she passes Jake Herring’s football jersey on display at the school. A 2001 graduate with her son Michael, Sgt. Herring was killed in Iraq.
Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally left his company’s global headquarters in Michigan to deliver a new Ford to Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer on Redmond’s Microsoft campus Tuesday afternoon.
Long after they had left her John Muir Elementary classroom, many students have come back over the years just to say hello to teacher Sally Horton.
Horton – who taught in the Lake Washington School District for 22 years and most recently third grade at John Muir – passed away of breast cancer with her family at her side Wednesday, April 15. She was 60 years old.
Maya Ganesan has broken the rules, and she’s not apologizing.
She remembers her mother’s advice well: real poets sit in a quiet place and write. So at age four, she sat down on the couch and started writing.