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Train up, America. The next Big Climb of Seattle's tallest building is only 12 months away, and Canada took our title.

Seattle chefs nominated for James Beard awards

Jeanne Lang Jones Bizjournal 24.03.2009
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Seattle celebrity chef Tom Douglas of Tom Douglas Restaurants is among five finalists announced Monday for the 2009 James Beard Foundation’s national Outstanding Restaurateur award.


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The outpatient program at a pioneering Seattle AIDS nursing home is starving for funds, and operators say an outpatient program may have to be closed.

Bellevue School Board offers superintendent job to Cudeiro

Michael J. Berens The Seattle Times 23.03.2009
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The Bellevue School Board on Sunday offered the vacant superintendent position to Amalia Cudeiro, a senior partner at Targeted Leadership Consulting, a company that emphasizes school-leadership training.


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EVERETT, Wash. — The state ferry system is on track to cut about $25 million from its two-year budget by ending contracts with consultants. And more cuts are likely as ferry officials take a closer look at the budget.

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SEATTLE - WSDOT maintenance crews re-opened the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Battery Street Tunnel on Sunday a little before 5 p.m.


Puppy mill dogs get new homes

ERIC SCHUDISKE King5.com 23.03.2009
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MONROE, Wash. - Hugs from adoptive familes begin to melt months of fear. Dozens of dogs taken from a raid on a Gold Bar puppy mill in January on Sunday took another trip - to new homes.

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SEATTLE – A University of Washington oceanography major died in a head-on collision in New Zealand last week.


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SEATTLE - In yet another reminder of the tough economy, unsold homes are going up for auction - even in some of Seattle's most desirable neighborhoods.

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The Alaskan Way Viaduct is closed in Seattle this weekend for its semi-annual safety inspection.


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A 19-year-old Canadian has set a new stairclimb record by climbing 69 floors of Seattle's Columbia Center in 7 minutes, 13.35 seconds.

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It doesn't matter if you're new in town - it's no secret how seriously Seattleites take their coffee. But growing up in New Jersey, coffee was basically what we call drip here. "Espresso speak" (lattes, macchiatos, cappuccinos) wasn't part of my...


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It was a special someone’s birthday recently, so to mark the occasion, what better place than Canlis?

Parks department cracking down on dog leash law

JANE MCCARTHY King5.com 21.03.2009
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SEATTLE - Seattle is one of the most dog-friendly cities in the nation. But the Seattle Parks & Recreation Department wants to rein in owners who are letting their dogs off-leash in inappropriate spots.


Atheists plan to take Seattle for a ride

Sabra Gertsch KOMO News 21.03.2009
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SEATTLE -- Atheists are about to take the city for a ride. The bus is the pulpit and the bus riders the congregation. A group called Seattle Atheists is planning to display ads inside 40 different city buses. Its message: there's a community for a...

Seattle mayor seeks ethics review on snowstorm response

Susan Kelleher Seattle Times 21.03.2009
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Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels' office on Friday asked the city's ethics commission to review whether city crews gave preferential treatment to West Seattle during December's snowstorms.


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A 46-year-old Seattle woman was killed Friday afternoon when a tree was uprooted in a flash storm and fell on her van near 260th Avenue Southeast and Ben Howard Road near Monroe, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said. The woman's name was not...

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SEATTLE -- At a time when local night spots are falling victim to the struggling economy, one club is making a comeback.


Gates Foundation puts focus on homeless kids

DEBORAH FELDMAN King5.com 20.03.2009
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SEATTLE -- A major collaboration has just begun in an effort to halve the number of homeless children in our area within the next ten years.

Boeing issues more pink slips

King5.com 20.03.2009
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SEATTLE - Boeing is handing out another 900 layoff notices Friday, 700 of those to workers in the Puget Sound area.



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