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School board set to vote on the future of Seattle World School

School board set to vote on the future of Seattle World School

Guest Contributor November 19, 2013 0

Seattle World School fights for permanent home

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CAPAA offers Typhoon Haiyan help info

CAPAA offers Typhoon Haiyan help info

Guest Contributor November 19, 2013 0

Where to go, what to do

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Europe, Arizona, and My Plumber

Guest Contributor June 2, 2011 Comments Off on Europe, Arizona, and My Plumber

By Frank Viviano New America Media www.newamericamedia.org Arizona, for Americans, has come to symbolize anti-immigrant hysteria codified into law. Under its highly controversial terms, anyone who simply “appears” to be foreign can be stopped

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Wii-Type Video Games May Help Elders Beat Depression

Guest Contributor April 6, 2011 Comments Off on Wii-Type Video Games May Help Elders Beat Depression

For years, increasingly sophisticated video games came with increasingly daunting controllers. Anyone who grew up with Pong or an NES could be forgiven for fearing today’s byzantine rigs. So perhaps it’s not surprising that

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Health Reform Gives Families, Small Businesses More Choices

Guest Contributor February 16, 2011 Comments Off on Health Reform Gives Families, Small Businesses More Choices

Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Kathleen Sebelius released a report Jan. 28 that says each year from the time the health care reform law is fully implemented in 2014, a low-income family

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Philippine People Power in Egypt: Marcos and Mubarak

Guest Contributor February 16, 2011 Comments Off on Philippine People Power in Egypt: Marcos and Mubarak

With all the troubling events in the Philippines, from the corruption cases, to acts of terrorism, to frustrations with government, the upcoming 25th anniversary of the 1986 EDSA [referring to the major avenue where

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Showering

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on Showering

Showering was the very most important thing during our camping trips in Skykomish. The camping trip, which lasted from August 2nd to the 6th required trail work and hiking which made it very tiring

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The Wildland Fire Engine

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on The Wildland Fire Engine

Imagine if your car was big, white and nice, had electrical outlets, cell phone signal boosters, WIFI, high seats, tons of buttons and switches, MREs (Meals, Ready to Eat), and was just all-around awesome.

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A Five Minutes Shower

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on A Five Minutes Shower

What do you want the most when your body is covered with dirt and additional massive amount of mosquito bites? The first day we arrived at the camping area was eased with some excitements.

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The Chinese Heritage Tour, What We See, Learn, and Think!

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on The Chinese Heritage Tour, What We See, Learn, and Think!

I am Qingci, an oncoming senior at Roosevelt High School. I like doing photography, play badminton and I enjoy this trip! The U.S. Forest Service and the Wing Luke Museum sponsored a seven-day Chinese Heritage Tour

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