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Edition Date: November 15, 2004  

 

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Blue Thunder created a special number for Billy, entitled, “Billy the Kid.” Billy, shown here with the Seahawk mascot at Qwest Field, will play at two home games this year.

Billy the Kid plays with the pros

by Deborah Stone
Features Writer

He’s only 11 years old and he’s already playing with the pros down at Seahawk Stadium. And no, this Cottage Lake Elementary fifth grader is not busy beating down lines of scrimmage. He’s actually hard at work beating on his drums, as a guest member of the Blue Thunder, the snare drumline group that plays at every Seahawks’ home game.

To understand how Billy Cassidy got to this point so early in his life, it’s necessary to go back several years at a time when young Cassidy was just a tot.

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All decked out in their fall finery


The colors of autumn continue to decorate the hills and roadsides of the Northshore area. Perhaps the absence of November winds and the continued ...

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One in a million


Dealing with type I diabetes is a day-to-day struggle for 13-year-old Amy Welzel of Woodinville. November is Diabetes Awareness Month. See ...

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Kingsgate kidnapper convicted


Charges stemming from the June 2001 kidnapping and molestation of a 6-year-old Kingsgate boy have lead to a jury’s finding of guilt with ...

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Nonprofit legal foundation to challenge CAO regs


For months, many rural King County residents lobbied against the Critical Areas Ordinance, the CAO. They posted “No CAO” signs, they wore ...

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Capital campaign will expand Camp River Ranch


CARNATION-Ground was officially broken Oct. 14 for what will be a major expansion of Camp River Ranch, a 400-acre facility that has ...

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Ten new CERTS in the community


CARNATION – Ten new members were added Nov. 6 to local Community Emergency Response Teams, which now include 70 volunteers ...

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