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If you failed to mail-in your voter registration prior to last week”s deadline, you haven”t missed your chance yet to vote in the Nov. 8 General Election. King County Elections will hold a special one-time, in-person registration from noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22 on the second level of Bellevue Square between the Aveda and Johnston & Murphy stores.
Residents also have until Oct. 24 to register in person at the King County Elections Office, room 553 of the King County Administration Building, 500… Continue reading
Mercer Island Youth &Family Services is recruiting volunteers from the community to work at the main office reception desk at its location in Luther Burbank Park at 2040 84th Ave. S.E.
By Bill Morton
Tony Clay, an auto detailer at a Mercer Island Shell Station for 21 years, was a minor celebrity last week. Clay was interviewed on a local news station after he pulled a man from the doorway of his burning apartment and alerted the manager of the Belltown building Sunday, June 5. There were no injuries from the blaze, but nine people and two firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation.
It”s unknown if comedian Henny Youngman”s famous phrase “Take my wife, please”” was the catalyst for naming cable television channel A&E”s reality TV show “Sell This House,”” but the name conjures up thoughts of desperation.
Billing itself as ``This Old House meets Candid Camera,'' the weekly show features ``homeowners desperate to sell and prospective buyers secretly videotaped as they express their observations upon first seeing the house,'' according to its Web site. A budget of up to $500 is set to redecorate each home.
By DeAnn Rossetti
Danny Cheetham has been awarded the 2005 Youth of the Year by the Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club. This award is the Boys &… Continue reading
By Trish Brandt
Bronco Spring Select
At 17, Mathias competed in the discus in 1948, to take lead in the decathlon in the London Summer Olympics. Mathias, a two-time Olympic champion in the decathlon and former U.S. congressman, died Sept. 2.