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“Border Doors” features art by students who have visited the United States-Mexico border.
About a dozen volunteers showed up at the park to help remove non-native plants growing in the woods.
In January, students will be paying homage to the Beatles, Black Sabbath, Chris Cornell and others.
The event is set for Saturday.
Being grateful for the present and focusing on what you have versus what you don’t have is the key to mindfulness.
A monthly column about mindfulness and general wellbeing.
The Jelly Jolts #39887 hope to expand and influence other restaurants in the area.
Steve Poulter retires after 127,499 accident-free miles.
Redmond celebrated its annual winter festival.
A monthly column about mindfulness.
The parks and recreation department shared a preview of the festival with city council.
NAMI Eastside offers advocacy, education, and support to those affected by mental illness.
Barrett Rugge started a GoFundMe to help Clara Barton students have snacks throughout the day.
The school’s National Honor Society chapter organized the drive and the food was donate to Hopelink.
The Mrs. Washington winner was recognized at the Nov. 19 city council meeting.
Jim Curtis and Mark Gorman are two of many veteran advocates on the Eastside.
WWII veterans Morten Joslin and Nick Nichols share their stories.
The Day of the Dead event celebrates the lives of departed loved ones.
Students from Redmond place in competition.
Two more students were recognized as national commended students.