No problems, just solutions
Major reforms to King County’s animal shelter program – and the public’s opinions about whether the county should even have a shelter program – were the expected topics when the County Council conducted a town hall meeting Monday.
In a reminder that winter-type weather hasn’t gone away despite the start of spring, a portion of State Route 18 was closed temporarily Wednesday morning because of black ice on the roadway.
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Just pick up any newspaper or tune into a news channel, and you’ll be bombarded with negative headlines announcing the fall of the economy, the housing market and the stock market. But look closer and you’ll also find articles on why buying now, rather than waiting for the dust to settle, might be the best course of action for some home buyers.
A 19 year-old man was stabbed in the neck and critically wounded at a drinking party involving teenagers late last Saturday night or Sunday morning in Covington, and his attacker was arrested, according to the King County Sheriff Department.
King County Superior Court Judge Michael Trickey ruled on Tuesday that Chris Clifford’s recall petition of Valley Medical Center/Hospital District 1 Commissioner Don Jacobson isn’t sufficient.
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