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  • Among the Animals
    Fishing line is often carelessly discarded into lakes, streams, and along shorelines by tossing it aside or letting it go into the water. Monofilament doesn’t biodegrade for hundreds of years. It is unbreakable by hand and floats in the water. 
  • Summer's almost over: Here are the new bell times around North Seattle
    It's hard to believe summer's almost over. But the first day of class for students on Seattle Public Schools campuses is less than three weeks away, on Sept. 7.
  • Council moves ahead on racial equity analysis of North Precinct station
    Seattleites almost universally condemned the building at Monday’s meeting, calling it everything from a “bomb-proof, bullet-proof bunker” to a “ridiculous Batcave on Aurora."
  • Food Matters
    It’s welcome news that the Windjammer, which was once one of Seattle’s poshest eateries, is being given a new lease on life.
  • Phinney Flats project falls flat with neighbors
    Developers have proposed a micro apartment complex in the Phinney Ridge-Greenwood neighborhood. But as the public comment process on their discretionary land use permit moved forward over the last month, dozens of PhinneyWood area residents came out in opposition to the project.
    
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  • Fishing line recycling bins a big win for animal safety
    Fishing line is often carelessly discarded into lakes, streams, and along shorelines by tossing it aside or letting it go into the water. Monofilament doesn’t biodegrade for hundreds of years. It is unbreakable by hand and floats in the water. 
  • Fellow Washingtonians who attended the recent Alzheimer’s Advocacy Forum in Washington, D.C., tell us it’s encouraging to know we are making progress in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
  • Phinney Flats project falls flat with neighbors
    Developers have proposed a micro apartment complex in the Phinney Ridge-Greenwood neighborhood. But as the public comment process on their discretionary land use permit moved forward over the last month, dozens of PhinneyWood area residents came out in opposition to the project.
  • 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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