Baby girl dies in Kent drive-by shooting; police continue investigation

Family, friends and supporters leave a memorial along Lake Fenwick Road for Malaja Miracle Grant, a 1-year-old baby girl who was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting Thursday. - Mark Klaas, Kent Reporter
  • Apr 16, 2015 at 5:50PM

A 1-year-old baby girl who was shot in the head in a drive-by-shooting on Kent's West Hill on Thursday, has died.

Journal of the San Juan Islands

Ranker tax plan targets ultra-high earners to help pay or public schools

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The plan taxes Washington’s multi-millionaires and billionaires at seven percent on the sale of stocks and bonds. The average capital gains of those who will be taxed is $1.6 million, Ranker said.

Journal of the San Juan Islands Letters

Adams, Cornelius best-suited for Co-op board | Letters

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Having hosted the recent OPALCO candidate forums and followed OPALCO closely for years, we believe Randy and Winnie are best suited to help mitigate the negative impacts of these monumental shifts in our co-op.

Journal of the San Juan Islands

Community Arts in the Park: the sequel

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Sponsored by San Juan Island National Historical Park, in partnership with the Land Bank, "Community Arts in the Park" is a competition that celebrates ecology through art. This year’s theme is “Wildflowers & Birds of the San Juan Islands.” Click on this story to find out how to enter.

Redmond Reporter

Redmond High chamber orchestra wins at state competition

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The Redmond High School (RHS) chamber orchestra won first place in the chamber orchestra division (large school) at the inaugural Washington State Chapter of the American String Teachers Association/Western Washington University Orchestra Festival March 13-14 in Bellingham.