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Bellevue hosts annual MLK event

February 2, 2018 0

On Jan. 10, 2018, the city of Bellevue hosted its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Event. This year, the city put on a panel of people of color from around […]

Federal government shutdown

February 2, 2018 0

On the evening of Jan. 20, the federal government shut down as a result of officials failing to pass the required budget to keep the government running. The dispute grew […]

Net neutrality makes a comeback

January 23, 2018 0

On Nov. 21, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission – better referred to as the FCC – released plans to repeal the Obama Administration’s Net Neutrality. From Nov. 21 to Dec. […]

Anti-trans graffiti found in campus bathroom

January 23, 2018 0

On Wednesday, Jan. 10, a Bellevue College public safety officer found anti-transgender graffiti in a Lactation and All Gender bathroom on the school campus. The graffiti was removed immediately and […]

Inslee plans carbon tax

January 23, 2018 0

Gov. Jay Inslee began working on his latest carbon tax plan to regulate emissions across Washington State. According to the Bellevue Reporter, emissions generated by transportation, aside from jet fuel, […]

President Trump: A year in review

January 9, 2018 0

Puerto Rico Two hurricanes smacked into the U.S. this year, causing chaos and destruction in multiple states. Where it hit the hardest, however, was Puerto Rico, where the entire country […]

Judge vs Inslee

January 8, 2018 0

For a couple of years, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has been working to pass a rule to lower the state’s carbon footprint. But within the past week – right […]

Multiple residents injured in Factoria fire

January 8, 2018 0

At approximately 4:30 a.m. on Christmas morning, nearly 50 firefighters responded to a fire at the Chateau Ville apartment complex at Factoria’s 12800 block of S.E. 40th Court. Firefighters worked […]

Hope for climate change

November 7, 2017 0

Last September, we received news that the huge hole in the Antarctic Ozone was beginning to heal. According to Kacey Deamer, staff writer for LiveScience, “Measurements of the ozone hole […]

BC hosts Governor Inslee

November 3, 2017 0

On Thursday, Oct. 19, the Governor of Washington Jay Inslee visited the Bellevue College campus to host a town hall-like meeting about climate change. The event was held in the […]

CEO of Alaska Airlines visits BC

November 3, 2017 0

On Thursday, Oct. 26, Brad Tilden, the CEO of Alaska Airlines, gave a two-hour speech at Bellevue College on leadership and business. Tilden is one of many successful business people […]

Sound Publishing wins big through WNPA

November 3, 2017 0

The 2017 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association held their annual meeting from Oct. 12 to 14 in Olympia. This year the main benefactor of the rewards were the members of Sound […]

City of Bellevue wins SolSmart award

November 3, 2017 0

Recently, Bellevue has been awarded with a bronze SolSmart award. “The City of Bellevue is very proud of this award, which recognizes our work over the past several years to […]

Underground bar raided

October 18, 2017 0

On Oct. 5 Police and undercover liquor agents raided a private residence suspected of running an underground bar for years in Tenino, Washington. The police accused the homeowner Tad Weber […]

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