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Eastside city officials return from mock disaster and emergency training

emergency training You didn't feel it, but during the 95-degree heat wave two weeks ago, the Eastside finally had the big one: a 7.3 magnitude earthquake centered on Alpine Lakes at 12:18 p.m., killing 16, injuring 102, and causing $2.3 billion in damage.

Proposed grid road could cleave Molbak's, Canterbury Square

grid road Canterbury Square and Molbak's Nursery have approached the City Council because they are worried about the streets in town: not where they are, but where they could be.

Lambert teaches citizens to be lobbyists for the people

citizen lobbyists Citizens need to be involved to counteract lobbyists, combat entrenched bureaucrats, and serve as the institutional memory when term limits kick in, Rep. Kathy Lambert told a group of area residents last week.

Bank robbed in Canyon Park

bank robbed Last Wednesday, a suspect believed to have robbed three other area banks struck again, this time hitting the Canyon Park First Interstate and making off with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Six local residents are new U.S. citizens

new U.S. citizens Six local residents recently received something that most Americans take for granted: their citizenship.

Couple finds 'needle in haystack'

lost ring is found In 16 years at the Waste Management Northwest dump, nothing like it had ever happened. Mary-Jo and Scott Laster of Woodinville left the dump happier than when they had come dashing in earlier on a quest for a lost wedding ring.

Woodinville police log

Woodinville police log



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