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After Superintendent Donna Colosky announced July 24 that the 2020-‘21 school year would begin remotely, a July 30 webinar was held by the MISD to confirm more details about the fall.
The eatery, which opened in July, specializes in traditional French pastries.
The city said the closure is in response to COVID-19-related safety guidelines not being followed and other concerns.
The case has been since been transferred to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The council approved an ordinance repealing the tax-exemption program, which is designed to foster affordable housing options, 5-2.
The pilot, on board alone, sustained minor injuries.
The city council, who approved 6-0 signing, still voiced reservations about the pledge.
A learning plan will be formally adopted by the school board Aug. 13.
In a new letter, Donna Colosky shared new specifics about how a typical school day might unfold under various models.
On Monday, July 20, community members participated in a strike for Black lives at the intersection of Island Crest Way and Southeast 40th Street.
MIPD presentation was given in response to police-brutality protests, input from Mercer Islanders.
An economist with the state’s unemployment office says it’s tough to say how economic recovery and job-market restability will play out.
The Reporter caught up with executive director Mimi Katano to discuss how the theatre is transitioning, what has/hasn’t worked and what concerns she has about the future.
MLB pitcher Matthew Boyd, 29, has been with the Tigers since 2015.
The city council shared a statement about the cancellation at a July 14 meeting.
Sheen Kaul had been missing from 11:30 p.m. July 12 until the afternoon of July 14.
Local branch among 17 in the area to reinstate returns, introduce new pick-up option.
East King County includes Mercer Island, Bellevue, Kirkland and Issaquah.
Distribution was organized by the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce, King County, the city of Mercer Island, Amazon and other Eastside chambers.
Though it doesn’t have definitive answers just yet, the Mercer Island School District recently shared a comprehensive update detailing what might happen this fall.