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Redmond Teen's Essay Wins Eastside Republican Club's Scholarship Contest

Redmond Teen's Essay Wins Eastside Republican Club's Scholarship Contest

Chelsea Bateman of Redmond won a $1,000 scholarship and will be recognized at the club's regular meeting this Tuesday.
Where’s Salmonberg? Get to Know Redmond Through Historic Walking Tours

Where’s Salmonberg? Get to Know Redmond Through Historic Walking Tours

Local historian Tom Hitzroth works with the Redmond Historical Society to provide narrative tours. The next one is May 19.
RFD: Fire Sprinklers Save Two Redmond Structures

RFD: Fire Sprinklers Save Two Redmond Structures

The Redmond Fire Department says two fires in Redmond Friday morning could have been much worse if sprinklers had not activated.
Window Shot Out of Moving Vehicle: Redmond Police Blotter

Window Shot Out of Moving Vehicle: Redmond Police Blotter

The following incidents were reported between 6 a.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday.
Bear Creek Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

Bear Creek Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

Alex Eppenauer's piece, “Through Her Eyes," will represent Washington's 1st Congressional District in a display at the U.S. Capitol Building.
Redmond Assistant Police Chief Named to Together Center Board

Redmond Assistant Police Chief Named to Together Center Board

Kristi Wilson joins Redmond City Councilman Hank Myers on the nonprofit’s board.
Police Arrest Suspected Shoplifters, Teens With Pot: Redmond Police Blotter

Police Arrest Suspected Shoplifters, Teens With Pot: Redmond Police Blotter

The following incidents were reported between 6 a.m. Monday and 6 a.m. Wednesday.
Amanda Knox: King County Judge Speaks on ‘Wrongful Conviction’ at Redmond Rotary

Amanda Knox: King County Judge Speaks on ‘Wrongful Conviction’ at Redmond Rotary

The public is invited to the Thursday lunch meeting, where King County Superior Court Judge Mike Heavey will speak about the international case.
80 Degrees in May? UW Weather Guru Says Get Your Shades Out!

80 Degrees in May? UW Weather Guru Says Get Your Shades Out!

Atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass of the University of Washington says temperatures in some areas of Western Washington could reach 80 degrees by Sunday, and the region is in for a prolonged
Update: Elderly Mother Allegedly Locked in Homemade Crib at Redmond Home

Update: Elderly Mother Allegedly Locked in Homemade Crib at Redmond Home

A 65-year-old Redmond woman was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of unlawful imprisonment and first-degree theft. Police say she stole money from her elderly parents while neglecting their phys
'Don't Drip & Drive': Eastside Auto Shops Offering Free Inspections

'Don't Drip & Drive': Eastside Auto Shops Offering Free Inspections

As part of Puget Sound Starts Here’s “Don’t Drip and Drive” program, several Eastside mechanics are offering free inspections to help prevent car leaks from polluting local water res
E. Coli Outbreak Prompts Frozen Food Recall From Local Supermarkets

E. Coli Outbreak Prompts Frozen Food Recall From Local Supermarkets

The State Department of Health has issued a warning that several types of frozen food products using the brand-labels Farm Rich, Market Day, and Schwan’s brands could be contaminated with
Guns, Guitars and Drugs Recovered in Arrest of Three After Burglary Spree

Guns, Guitars and Drugs Recovered in Arrest of Three After Burglary Spree

Police recovered a large amount of stolen items taken from a series of burglaries stretching from Gig Harbor to Kirkland after searching the Tacoma apartment of a suspect.
Weekend Police Blotter: Grass Lawn Burglary, Vehicle Stolen Downtown

Weekend Police Blotter: Grass Lawn Burglary, Vehicle Stolen Downtown

The following incidents were reported between 6 a.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Monday.
Eastside Republicans Ask Students: 'How Can We Stop Gun Violence and Protect Rights?'

Eastside Republicans Ask Students: 'How Can We Stop Gun Violence and Protect Rights?'

Scholarship essays that answer the question “What is the best way to stop gun violence without infringing on the rights protected by the Second Amendment?” are due by April 22.
Town Hall: Lawmakers of 45th District to Take Questions March 30 in Kirkland

Town Hall: Lawmakers of 45th District to Take Questions March 30 in Kirkland

State Sen. Andy Hill and state Reps. Larry Springer and Roger Goodman will host a town hall meeting Saturday, March 30 at Kirkland City Hall, providing updates on the 2013 Legislative sessio
Frankensalmon? Several Grocery Chains Reportedly Say They Won't Sell It

Frankensalmon? Several Grocery Chains Reportedly Say They Won't Sell It

A report on seattlepi.com says several grocery chains—including three with stores in Redmond—have agreed not to sell genetically engineered Atlantic salmon, which are nearing federal app
Looking for Easter Events in Redmond? Add Yours on Patch

Looking for Easter Events in Redmond? Add Yours on Patch

Here are some events we know about. Whether it's Holy Week services, an egg hunt or an Easter brunch, we want to hear about yours and share it with the community. Post your events for free.
How Much Was YOUR Minimum Wage?

How Much Was YOUR Minimum Wage?

Do you remember working for minimum wage in your teens? How much was it, and where did you work? Share your recollections here.
Running the Lake Sammamish Half Marathon? Post Your Photos on Patch!

Running the Lake Sammamish Half Marathon? Post Your Photos on Patch!

The sold-out race takes place Saturday, March 9, on the East Lake Sammamish Trail.