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We expect to live out our “golden years” — the time when we’ve retired from work and/or raised a family — traveling or enjoying hobbies. Sadly, many older Americans, due to health or financial problems, struggle to just get by.
The Redmond Historical Society’s popular walking tours of downtown Redmond will be held on Sundays, May 18, June 22 and Sept. 21, from 1-2:30 p.m. Tours led by Tom Hitzroth begin in front of the historic Justice White House (now home of The Matador Restaurant and Tequila Bar.
Hopelink’s Eastside Literacy and other programs are constantly looking for volunteers comfortable communicating in English to give hope to people in need in Redmond.
Local “legal eagles” ought to be on guard.
Not long ago, Patrick Kelley didn’t think he could make much of a difference. Now the Redmond resident is on a mission.
The Bear Creek School hosted its 4th Annual Chess Tournament April 5 with 246 players from more than 40 schools from the Pacific Northwest.
On Wednesday, a visit from the MaxMobile gave kids at Horace Mann Elementary a close-up look at some adoptable animals that might benefit from their ongoing pet supply drive. The Humane Society for Seattle/King County brings the cheery yellow bus filled with cute critters to schools, public parks and special events to educate people about the huge numbers of dogs, cats, hamsters and other small animals needing loving care.
Athletic rivalry between the ‘Stangs, Kangs and Wolves is nothing new.
Redmond High School (RHS) senior Elysia Nazareth knew she wanted her culminating project to leave a lasting mark on the community and to help disprove the notion that teens are apathetic.
Pastor Dennis Magnuson is somewhat of “a new kid on the block” at one of Redmond’s oldest churches.
An Olympic Gold medalist and an award-winning author recently told upper and middle school students at The Bear Creek School that their words and actions can move mountains.
F rom French torch songs to Spanish pop and Russian classical music, entertainment — as well as cuisine — was a true smorgasbord during Redmond High School’s (RHS) first World Languages Day celebration on March 28.
Derby Days will be held on the Redmond City Hall campus on Saturday, July 11. That may seem like a long way away, but not for this year’s organizers. The theme is “Through the Decades” and the Derby Days committee is hoping Redmond residents will share a photo or two that expresses their experience at past Derby Days.