Samantha Pak

Redmond High’s Gil Guday has already been accepted into the University of Washington’s Computer Science and Engineering department next year. Samantha Pak

Redmond High’s Guday gets a Running Start in computer science field

Growing up, Gil Guday's parents instilled in him a love for science.

  • Jun 10, 2016
Redmond High’s Gil Guday has already been accepted into the University of Washington’s Computer Science and Engineering department next year. Samantha Pak
Maya Shipway excelled in both sports and theater at The Bear Creek School. Samantha Pak

Bear Creek’s Shipway makes the right plays with sports and theater

For as far back as she can remember, sports have been a part of Maya Shipway's life.

  • Jun 10, 2016
Maya Shipway excelled in both sports and theater at The Bear Creek School. Samantha Pak
People hold up signs at Tuesday’s City Council meeting to protest allowing marijuana retail stores in Redmond. Samantha Pak

Council votes 6-0 to allow retail pot stores in Redmond

At Tuesday's business meeting, Redmond City Council voted unanimously, 6-0, to allow retail marijuana stores in Redmond.

  • Jun 9, 2016
People hold up signs at Tuesday’s City Council meeting to protest allowing marijuana retail stores in Redmond. Samantha Pak

No injuries in overnight garage fire on Education Hill

Just before 1 a.m. on Wednesday, 911 dispatch received multiple reports of a fully involved house fire on Education Hill in Redmond.

  • Jun 8, 2016
Keya Sen recently received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award. Samantha Pak

Redmond’s Sen receives Fulbright grant to travel to India, Bangladesh and China

Redmond resident Keya Sen recently received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to conduct public health research in India, Bangladesh and China.

  • Jun 6, 2016
Keya Sen recently received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award. Samantha Pak

King County Emergency Management launches ALERT service

This week, King County launched a new service to help keep residents informed about significant events and emergency situations.

  • Jun 3, 2016
The Lumineers. Publicity photo

Marymoor concert organizers strive to keep a handle on sound levels

While last summer's Marymoor Park Concerts series attracted thousands of music lovers to the King County venue near Redmond, not everyone was a fan.

  • Jun 2, 2016
The Lumineers. Publicity photo
Jaime Cantwell will travel to China this summer for a Mandarin language-immersion program. Courtesy photo

Redmond High’s Cantwell receives NSLI-Y scholarship to study in China

For some students, studying abroad is an opportunity to travel somewhere new and learn about a different culture.

  • May 28, 2016
Jaime Cantwell will travel to China this summer for a Mandarin language-immersion program. Courtesy photo
Yaeko and Tosh Funai (center) surrounded by Rampathon workers at their Redmond home.

Redmond WWII veteran and others receive free wheelchair ramps through Rampathon event

For many people, everyday tasks such as going to school or work, meeting friends for lunch, seeing the doctor or buying groceries is not a big deal.

  • May 27, 2016
Yaeko and Tosh Funai (center) surrounded by Rampathon workers at their Redmond home.
Redmond native Morghan King will compete in 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro

Redmond’s King punches Olympic ticket in weightlifting

After only three and a half years in her sport, weightlifter Morghan King is going to the Olympics.

  • May 27, 2016
Redmond native Morghan King will compete in 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro
Aidan Key of Gender Diversity will speak at the Redmond Library Thursday evening on the topic of bathroom politics regarding transgender people.

Redmond Library to hold community discussion on transgender bathroom politics

This week, the Redmond Library is taking on a nationally debated issue.

  • May 25, 2016
Aidan Key of Gender Diversity will speak at the Redmond Library Thursday evening on the topic of bathroom politics regarding transgender people.

King County officials discuss emergency preparedness at town hall meeting

On Wednesday evening, King County held a town hall meeting at Evergreen Middle School near Redmond.

  • May 20, 2016
Redmond resident Ali Spain was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in September 2013. She underwent a year of treatment including five months of chemotherapy
Redmond resident Ali Spain was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in September 2013. She underwent a year of treatment including five months of chemotherapy

Community members speak at public hearing on homelessness

On Tuesday, Redmond City Council held a public hearing regarding temporary encampments to consider further provisions related to human service organization access to temporary encampments and background checks.

  • May 20, 2016
UPDATE | Redmond-area residents spark concerns about pot-related businesses

UPDATE | Redmond-area residents spark concerns about pot-related businesses

Parents and residents from Redmond and Redmond Ridge gathered Tuesday and Wednesday to make sure their voices were heard as Redmond city and King County councils are looking at amending zoning codes regarding marijuana-related businesses.

  • May 19, 2016
UPDATE | Redmond-area residents spark concerns about pot-related businesses

Redmond residents receive additional services with city’s new Waste Management contract

In August 2015, the City of Redmond negotiated a new solid waste contract with Waste Management.

  • May 17, 2016
Chris Doran

Janetzki’s Naturals NW Vending supplies healthy food choices

Vending machines and health are not two things that typically go together.

  • May 13, 2016
Chris Doran
Tree House Children’s Consignment store owners Jeanne Bolton (left) and Sue Swanson will retire after 37 years in the business. Courtesy photo

Tree House to close after 37 years in business in downtown Redmond

After 37 years of business, The Tree House Children's Consignment store in Redmond is closing its doors for good.

  • May 13, 2016
Tree House Children’s Consignment store owners Jeanne Bolton (left) and Sue Swanson will retire after 37 years in the business. Courtesy photo

LWSD closes Quest program at Franklin, some students to enroll at Redmond Elementary next year

On Wednesday evening, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) held a meeting for parents of students in the full-time Quest program at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Kirkland.

  • May 12, 2016
King County workers do initial survey work in preparation of replacing four and a half miles of sewer pipeline in the Redmond area.

King County begins survey work to replace Redmond-area sewer pipeline

For the next few years, King County will be working to replace four and a half miles of sewer pipeline that serves parts of the Redmond community.

  • May 12, 2016
King County workers do initial survey work in preparation of replacing four and a half miles of sewer pipeline in the Redmond area.