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  • King County Council approves emergency funding for courthouse security, social service outreach
    King County Council approves emergency funding for courthouse security, social service outreach
    The King County Council voted Wednesday to declare an emergency situation outside King County Superior Court’s Third Avenue entrance, which remains temporarily closed following the Nov. 27 attack of public defender Kevin McCabe by a person on the street.
  • Fort Lawton redevelopment opponent accuses Seligs of pulling support for legal challenge
    Fort Lawton redevelopment opponent accuses Seligs of pulling support for legal challenge
    Magnolia resident Elizabeth Campbell has lost another attorney in her ongoing legal fight to stop the Fort Lawton Redevelopment Project, claiming members of the Selig family reneged on a pledge of financial support.
  • Winterfest offers flurry of activities
    Winterfest offers flurry of activities
    Seattle Center’s Winterfest is back for its 33rd year of winter fun, with ice skating, seasonal musical performances, holiday decorations and dozens of free events leading up to the New Year's fireworks display at the Space Needle.
  • Queen Anne Grand Tree Lighting
    Queen Anne Grand Tree Lighting
    Attendance was high at the Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce’s fourth annual Grand Tree Lighting celebration in Towne Square on Friday, Dec. 6, with clear skies and a faction of parents filming the caroling McClure Maverick Choir. The choir was preceded by the Seattle Pacific University Brass Ensemble, and followed by the lighting of a large Christmas tree in the middle of Towne Square.
  • Scouts selling a lot
    Scouts selling a lot
    As folks were gathered around a towering Christmas tree in Queen Anne’s Towne Square, local Scouts were busy selling more family-sized trees down the avenue.
    
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  • Winterfest offers flurry of activities
    Seattle Center’s Winterfest is back for its 33rd year of winter fun, with ice skating, seasonal musical performances, holiday decorations and dozens of free events leading up to the New Year's fireworks display at the Space Needle.
  • Queen Anne Scouts prepare for annual Christmas tree lot
    The annual Queen Anne Christmas tree lot at Safeway has long been run by Boy Scout Troop 72.
    This year the organization allowed girls to join the Scouts, and they will also be helping to sell trees from Nov. 29 to Dec. 21. Proceeds benefit the Queen Anne Food Bank.
  • Bayview resident makes his own way
    David Wesley’s passion for designing solutions didn’t stop when he moved to the Bayview senior living community in Queen Anne with his wife, but now the retired Boeing employee's focus is on improving mobility from the ground rather than the sky.
    “That wasn’t exactly the Wright Brothers’ direction,” he said. “They went from bicycles to airplanes.”

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