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Islander meets with state legislators and discusses a path to 100 percent carbon-free energy.
Advice on proactively helping your child to deal with certain situations.
Training “needs to be community wide, it should start in the schools and it should start early.”
About 180 attended event planned by Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association and local police.
“Please vote yes on the levy to protect our schools, our community and our home values.”
Dear YFS, For the first time ever, my son approached me and said he was afraid to go to school. We are having a hard… Continue reading
Doctor at Mercer Island Pediatrics explains the benefits of vitamin D.
“It took 100 years for this majestic creature to grow, and took only 15 minutes to cut it down.”
The levy provides for approximately 20 percent of the year-to-year budget for the next four years.
Join MIYFS for its annual breakfast on Feb. 7 to celebrate 16 years of giving from the heart.
It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Pastor Greg writes about the teachings of Martin Luther and Martin Luther King, Jr.
On behalf of students, PTA presidents encourage Island voters to support the school levy.
Mercer Islanders continue dialogue on recent Alabama Senate election.
An idea for tolling I-90 that doesn’t penalize Mercer Island residents.
Islander responds to a letter to the editor about the recent election of Doug Jones.
Leadership Eastside CEO offers reflections, action steps for community.
House of Representatives passes bill that would consider threat against religious groups a hate crime.