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  • Secretary of State candidates face off at Fix Democracy First dinner
    Kim Wyman is currently the lone member of the Republican Party to hold a statewide position on the West Coast, and is trying to hold on to a position held by the GOP since 1964. 
  • Tent city residents welcome neighbors
    With the city making attempts to clear out illegal homeless camp “the Jungle” in south Seattle, and the University of Washington set to host legal camp Tent City 3 later this year, homeless advocates are trying to make housed citizens comfortable with their unhoused neighbors.
  • Lake City organizations win $100,000 Wells Fargo grant
    The funds were presented to Children’s Home Society of Washington president Sharon Osborne June 16 in a ceremony at the Lake City Farmers Market with Wells Fargo officials, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and City Councilmember Debora Juarez.
  • State Superintendent Dorn sues Seattle Public Schools, six others
    Randy Dorn and communications staff said the lawsuit was another step in his office's attempts to force the state Legislature to fulfill its funding obligations to basic education in Washington state.
  • From warriors to guardians
    “[When I was in training] I can’t remember getting any kind of training on the Constitution other than to work around it,” Sue Rahr said. “I never viewed the Constitution as something sacred. I viewed it as an impediment.”
    
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  • Ponti closes, Old Ballard Liquor Co. opens cafe
    Ponti Seafood Grill, 3014 Third Ave. N., has closed. Owners Rich and Sharon Malia, mainstays of Seattle dining for decades, have decided to retire and have sold the property to the Queen Anne Elks Club. While not exactly earth-shattering news, it certainly marks the end of an era.
  • People outside of the Pacific Northwest may think it rains here year-round, but last year’s extreme drought was a good reminder of how dry the air and soil can get when it is not raining.
  • Feeling blue? Seniors certainly do
    Bearing in mind that you are likely reading this column on a cheery, sunny July day, I would like to broach a subject that is not so rosy. Seniors are prone to isolation, which is a harbinger to feeling blue. This can lead to poor health.


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