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Jannine Young: Being Athletic Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Have Health Issues

By Cynthia Flash Special To The Seattle Medium       Jannine Young had been a healthy athlete her whole life. She played basketball for the University of...

OSPI-Microsoft IT Academy Passes 10,000 Technology Certifications Earned Statewide

     OLYMPIA — The strategic relationship between the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and Microsoft Corp., has reached impressive milestones in only its...

Jaylyn Andrus Has ‘Classical’ Aspirations

Jaylyn Andrus, a senior at Liberty High School, is looking to make her mark on the music scene. However, it’s not pop or hip-hop...

Kidney Health Fest For African American Families Aims To Educate The Community On Kidney Disease Prevention And Treatment

   The Northwest Kidney Centers will hold its 11th annual Kidney Health Fest for African American Families from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  on...

SEATTLE CITY LIGHT WARNS CUSTOMERS TO PROTECT AGAINST FRAUD

Seattle City Light is warning its customers to protect themselves against con artists who are using false threats of disconnecting electrical service in attempts...

Smooth Jazz Returning To Seattle/Tacoma On 1560 KZIZ

 Last Friday, Chris H. Bennett, Chairman of Kris Bennett Broadcasting (KBB), announced a major format change with Bennett's Broadcast stations.       “I’m proud to announce...

Amazon Removes Racist Game From Site

                Last week, Amazon removed Ghettopoly, a racially insensitive board game modeled after Hasbro’s popular board game Monopoly, from its website after a ground-swell...

Ezell’s Expanding Their Brand With Franchise Opportunities

Ezell’s Famous Chicken, family-owned and operated since 1984, is now offering franchise opportunities for well-qualified individuals or multi-unit candidates. Ezell’s Famous Chicken maintains the...

Seattle Public Schools Initiates Hiring And Spending Freeze

     In anticipation of an $18 million budget shortfall for the 2013-14 school year and with State legislative funding relief uncertain, Seattle Public Schools...

Former Washington State Governor Booth Gardner Dies At 76

Booth Gardner, the charismatic Democrat who ousted Washington’s last Republican governor in 1984, launched the Basic Health Care program and later used his long...

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