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Edition Date: May 10, 2004  


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Photo by Ian Gleadle
Katherine Hadley, 17, revels in her success wearing her favorite accessory, the blue ribbon medal she won at the WMEA State Solo and Ensemble Contest.

High school junior’s life hits a high note

It was just after 5 p.m. and Katherine Hadley, 17, waited to hear her name called. The announcement of her name would signal she had won an award for her soprano performance at the Washington Music Educators Association State Solo and Ensemble Contest.

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Plans for Eastside tent city move ahead

A firestorm of anger erupted during a May 3 meeting to announce the imminent arrival of a homeless encampment on county-owned vacant property in the Bothell-, Kingsgate-, Kirkland-area at 15530 Juanita-Woodinville Way ...

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King County issues Addendum 3 to Brightwater final EIS

Last week, King County rolled out its third addendum to its final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Brightwater sewage treatment project.

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Time running out for track?

Inadequate state funding for K-12 public education coupled with higher educational standards have made it difficult for statewide school districts to make ends meet.

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Scout takes on ambitious project

DUVALL–Carl Seip had no idea what he was getting into when he chose his Eagle Scout project. It’s just a deck, how hard can it be? Well, if it’s the old railroad depot building in Duvall, it’s a little harder than you might think.

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All-new Duvall Daze set for June 4, 5

DUVALL–If you were disappointed in last year’s Duvall Days Country Living Festival, take heart -you were not alone. In recent years countless residents have expressed their disappointment over the continuing dwindling of the town’s annual celebration. City budget cuts last spring shrunk the once rousing weekend event to a brief parade down Main Street.

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Single-car accident kills one, injures three

A one-car accident on Stossel Creek Way last week took the life of a Carnation man and seriously injured three Cedarcrest High School students.

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