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MI girls place fifth at 3A Sea-King district championships.
The Islanders took home the 3A KingCo tournament trophy Saturday, Oct. 31 at Interlake High School.
Police are still investigating the death of a man who was found at Umpqua Bank last week.
MICA executive director Louise Kincaid will leave at the end of the month and Island resident Sharon Perez will start as Capital Campaign Director.
Frank Shiers Jr.'s editorial comic, week of Oct. 28, 2015.
Design Commission reviews New Seasons plans; Island businesses to host annual trick-or-treat.
City may absorb transportation district; City reviews dashboard report; MICEC celebrates 10th anniversary.
Ballot measure committees needed; MISD band director featured in national music magazine.
The city's insurance will pay the full settlement amount of almost $7 million to plaintiff Susan Camicia.
Over the evenings of Monday, Oct. 26, and Tuesday, Oct. 27, volunteers with the Mercer Island Schools Foundation will be making phone calls to help raise money for Mercer Island Schools.
Freshman Brandon Wong was named league MVP, while Chris Elliott, Jake Bethards and Caden Conder were named to the All-KingCo second team.
Girls soccer prepares for crucial final stretch; MI volleyball sweeps Interlake; Bothell hammers MI football.
Eastbound closures typically have limited impacts on Mercer Island residents.
A look at the candidates running for Mercer Island School Board in the Nov. 3 election.
Candidates answer Reporter questions about why they are running for office and what their goals would be if elected.
Frank Shiers Jr.'s editorial comic, week of Oct. 21, 2015.
Attend an open house at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 5 to commemorate 10 years at the Community Center.
October is a month about standing up for others. It has been designated National Bullying Prevention Month and National Disability Awareness month.
After community opposition, closure time of library has been changed from one year to one month.
MIPD responds to cases of fraud, theft and prowling from Oct. 8 to Oct. 17.