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Three Wise Moms serves as a guide to life.
The Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) Program provides opportunities for students to explore STEM.
Dana Berejka is one of two students from Washington to be selected.
The market will run from June 3 to Oct. 7.
U.S. News and World Report awards Mercer Island High School with a gold medal ranking.
Scouts from Troop 457 and 647 will be recognized on the May 15 city council meeting.
Islander Becky Nadeson is a broker who contributed nearly $8,000.
Five Mercer Island School District teachers were honored.
The new commission was created with the passage of House Boll 2759.
The Eastside’s Two Men and a Truck franchise celebrates mothers with the Movers for Moms campaign.
Marilyn O’Neill reminisces with last class to leave the Island.
Youth Theatre Northwest presents “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There”.
Megan VanDerZanden will travel to Montana Blackfeet, with VISIONS Service Adventures this summer.
Mercer Island goes green by recycling a total of 66,308 pounds of discarded material.
The next Junior Naturalist Program is scheduled for May 19.
The Mercer Island Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints organized the event for May 3.
The event will support local high school artists and the 2018 MIVAL Scholarship Program.
Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department’s Senior Golf program offers outdoor sport activity.
April 30 is National Therapy Animal Day.
Canvassers will go door-to-door in neighborhoods south of Southeast 40th St. next week.