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Council votes to proceed with litigation at Oct. 26 special meeting.
Civics instructor guides them along the way.
‘This will allow us to proceed with caution,’ district superintendent said.
Talks of possibly contracting out services will be on the Nov. 2 docket.
He opens Mercer Island Golf Club this month.
Businesses and nonprofits benefit from CARES Act funding.
Republican challenger takes on Democrat incumbent.
Mercer Island Parent Edge holds virtual event.
Katano and Swenson discuss hitting the stage in a pandemic.
Ballots mailed to voters on Oct. 14.
Business has been finding new ways to thrive.
He visits with family at party and on Zoom calls.
They sell fresh seafood at pop-up shops.
There were presentations galore at Oct. 1 virtual event.
‘People care about the natural areas on Mercer Island.’
Youth shines with Holy Trinity Lutheran Church confirmation project.
City manager presents it to council and community.
Play spots were closed for nearly six months.
New MIHS Principal Kelly discusses school leadership in the pandemic
‘Sneeze guards,’ sanitizer and more are part of safety measures.