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Mercer Island High School’s orchestra represented Mercer Island district well, along with the choir and band programs, at the 2016 Eastshore Solo and Ensemble Contest recently held at Bellevue College.
City will not conduct advisory vote on MICA issue; Mercer Island may miss out on grant funding and other city news.
Covenant Shores residents and Bellevue students create blankets for kittens at the Seattle Humane Society.
Community service clubs in Mercer Island schools aim to make the world a better place.
Overflow parking will be provided near the Community Center. Arrive early for coffee at 7 a.m. Program starts at 7:30 a.m.
The Mercer Island boys swim and dive team were runners-up to Bellevue at the KingCo swim and dive championships on Saturday, Feb. 6 at Kamiak High School.
The Islanders had 12 wrestlers place in their weight classes and boasted nine finalists at the meet, with two winning their divisions.
New calendar is one stop shop for arts events on Mercer Island.
RCMFS presents pianists Eleonora Karpukhova from Moscow and artistic director, Mercer Island resident Natalya Ageyeva, with cellist Haeyoon Shin in Valentine’s Day-themed program.
School board extends superintendent’s contract to 2019; district recruiting bus drivers.
MIPD responds to reports of theft, car prowling and malicious mischief from Jan. 10-15.
On Jan. 29, the Mercer Island School District announced the hiring of Craig Degginger as new communications and alumni relations coordinator for the district.
The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars and the U.S. Department of Education have selected five current and one former Mercer Island High School students as candidates for the Presidential Scholars program.
It was a banner day full of outstanding performances for Mercer Island band students at the Eastshore Music League’s Solo and Ensemble Contest at Bellevue College.
West Mercer Elementary will present “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” at 7 p.m. Feb. 4-5 in the West Mercer gym.
Two suspects who allegedly stole a car and mail were arrested with the help of Bellevue K9 units.
Home was safely evacuated after fire caused by electrical failure.
The plan projects an annual revenue of $543,000 and expenses of $866,000.
United Way tax preparation is free for anyone making under $62,000 and will run through April 21.
Frank Shiers Jr.'s editorial comic, week of Jan. 27, 2016.