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  • Joyce Hosea is having a blast in her kitchen, thinking of what scratch-made offerings will show up next at Cheese Platters and More.

  • With over twenty years in the industry at Aegis Living, we live and breathe assisted living every day in our work. We work on new innovations, and we strive to make our communities unexpected. But if your parent can no longer live on their own and you are searching for a place where they will be safe and cared for, this industry is new to you and terms may not be familiar. Let’s cover some basics of how an assisted living community—whether that is at Aegis Living or another community—can support your parent.
  • Most people who pay into Social Security work for an employer. Their employer deducts Social Security taxes from their paycheck, matches that contribution, sends taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and reports wages to Social Security.
  • Seattle’s new superintendent will make just shy of $300,000 a year — with the potential for an annual $15,000 performance bonus — as part of a contract approved unanimously by the Seattle School Board on April 25.
  • Bishop Blanchet boasts Bee Club

    Bishop Blanchet High School was the recipient of a most buzz-worthy package recently – bees.

  • Montana’s former Superintendent of Public Instruction is set to take the helm of Seattle Public Schools later this year.
  • A pair of current district superintendents, and the former head of Montana public school system have been named as finalists for the top job in Seattle Public Schools
  • A labor dispute between the company providing school bus service for Seattle’s public schools and the drivers of those buses has multiple agencies preparing for what could be an lengthy strike.
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