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A free lecture, “Truths & Myths of Fibromyalgia” will be presented at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 23 at the Redmond Regional Library, 15990 NE 85th St., Redmond.
Helen F. Neville, a Bay Area pediatric advice nurse and parent educator, and the author of the recently published “Is This a Phase? Child Development & Parent Strategies, Birth to 6 Years” ($21.95, Parenting Press, 206-364-2900), will discuss new parents’ most common concerns at Woodinville’s Tot Spot Café Tuesday, July 29 at 11 a.m.
Umbrella heist: Unknown suspect(s) removed two patio umbrellas from a local juice business in the 16000 block of Redmond Way.
As mentioned in the July 9 Redmond Reporter, Mike McCoy, a longtime teacher in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD), was contemplating early retirement if he would not be allowed to take an unpaid leave of absence in the fall, to tour with the folk group The Brothers Four.
Lakeside Drug, located at 15840 Redmond Way, announces the sale of its business to Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy, effective immediately.
It was supposed to be Darcy Burner’s day for rest and relaxation. Instead, it was a day of devastation and near death, caused by a “faulty lamp.”
Hit and run: Police responded to a hit and run at a grocery store parking lot in the 15000 block of Northeast 24th Street.
The sun was blazing, the bees were buzzing, but members of Redmond High School (RHS) Cheer weren’t taking a siesta.
Thursday, July 10
The graffiti wall at the Redmond Skate Park has an interesting history and is a symbol of how a Department of Justice initiative called COPS or Community-Oriented Policing Services helped the Redmond Police Department squelch a whopper of a headache 15 years ago.
Starting at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 19, Redmond Police will participate in “Cop on Top,” a fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Representatives of Redmond Police will be up on the roof of the QFC store at Bella Bottega, 8867 161st Ave. NE, “fishing for donations” and they won’t come down until they reach their goal of collecting $2,500.
Whether riding on horseback or trekking the 28 miles of equestrian trails by foot, Bridle Trails State Park brings a serene rural atmosphere to a bustling urban area.
Since the late 1960s, Mike McCoy has performed with the legendary American folk group The Brothers Four, known for hits such as “Greenfields,” “Try to Remember” and “The Green Leaves of Summer.” McCoy has also spent more than 30 years as a teacher in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD), including 16 years at Wilder Elementary — which has a Woodinville address, but serves many students from Redmond. The upcoming 2008-09 academic year was expected to be McCoy’s last, but he might opt for early retirement because the LWSD has denied his request for a three-week, unpaid leave of absence to tour with The Brothers Four in the fall.
On June 20, a group of real estate associates from Windermere Bellevue South skipped work for a day to prove how “actions could speaker than louder than words” and help Redmond-based Friends of Youth.
The body of a 44-year-old man who was found in the bushes near Overlake Hospital’s emergency room Tuesday night has been identified as Talal Al-namrouti of Bellevue, officials said.
Many people previously stymied by language difficulties are now able to get help for their families, thanks to the full launch of the Eastside Cultural Navigator Program.
Hailey Hargraves, a senior at Redmond High School (RHS), is one of six students serving as Seafair Ambassadors during Seattle’s summer extravaganza of parades, air and water shows and more.
King County Executive Ron Sims wants a 25-cent fare increase on Metro buses to help offset rising fuel costs and avoid having to cut any service.