Let’s give wings to nonprofits and charities in Bellevue and beyond | William Shaw

COVID-19 and the Delta variant continue to cast dire shadows over our families and neighborhoods, our businesses and our way of life. However, this terrible pandemic certainly does not tarnish the bright light of kindness and generosity that continues to shine in Bellevue and the Eastside. In this challenging year, …

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The New Generation Gap: Nationwide survey shows differences

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – One of the biggest problems parents of teenagers can face is determining whether their child is experiencing a mental challenge or normal “growing pains”. Only half of parents * with children ages 16 to 24 said they were very or completely …

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BOYS BB: Lewis Cass Kings preview | Sports

The Lewis Cass boys basketball team brings back a lot of height for a high school basketball team. The Kings starting line-up consists of 6-foot-6 junior Tyson Good, 6-5 junior Luke Chambers, 6-4 college student LJ Hillis, 6-4 senior Robert Fitch and 6-1 senior Tristin Miller, who is a strong …

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Utah’s Ford and BYU’s Faauatea teams are helping the community

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Football’s Nick Ford and BYU’s Lorenzo Fauatea put the rivalry aside to join forces to help the community. The Ute and Cougar come together to serve foster families in the state of Utah. “The Utes and the Cougs are going purple! @ NickFord55 and @ZFauatea …

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Are there any plans for the Old Forked River Buffet in Lacey Township?

Recently, while traveling through Forked River, I noticed the former site of the old Forked River Buffet, but it was cleared and fenced off. I am seeing that right now? Funny how sometimes you just don’t notice things. The former Forked River Buffet had been closed for some time, but …

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Comment: Our community still has more to do | Previous lake opinion

As the Director of Justice and Inclusion for Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools and a member of the Race, Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion Task Force for the City of Savage, I have received many emails and phone calls expressing my deep sadness, disgust, and concern for the people terrible racist video …

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Include LA in the Alpha City Club

Outposts from Hauser & Wirth, the Swiss gallery, feel frighteningly private. The one on 69th Street in Manhattan suggests an algorithmic hedge fund office with a one-page website. The one in London is a black-clad thing on Savile Row, near a three-star oligarch-favored sushi bar and (the local bohemian concession) …

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What will YOU name the arena formerly known as the Staples Center? – Orange County Register

The world after Jim: • It almost goes without saying, isn’t it? You go on vacation and come back to find that things have changed. Maybe your desk – if you still have an office – is in a different location, maybe the work processes have changed since you left, …

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Time to finalize the general election and set the recount date

The Yakima County Auditors Office is busy confirming the results of Tuesday’s general election and setting a date for a recount in the Yakima County Commission race. The certification process begins on Monday Auditor Charles Ross says the Yakima County Electoral Committee will meet on Monday to review the results …

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BYU student film at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival | News, sports, jobs

1/3 The title card of “Salt” (2020). Courtesy BYU Photo 2/3 Sanura and her mother look at Lake Retba in “Salt”. Courtesy BYU Photo 3/3 Sanura, the main character in “Salt”. Courtesy BYU Photo ❮ ❯ The title card of “Salt” (2020). Sanura and her mother take a look at …

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