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  • State Superintendent Dorn sues Seattle Public Schools, six others
    Randy Dorn and communications staff said the lawsuit was another step in his office's attempts to force the state Legislature to fulfill its funding obligations to basic education in Washington state.
  • Violence Support Team connects domestic abuse survivors to resources
    In a unique partnership between Seattle residents and police, the Victim Support Team provides food, resources, temporary child care and transportation to a safe location after an abusive event has taken place. 
  • How to survive 'the big one'
    When a major disaster happens, it might not be surprising if salvation comes from an unexpected place — unusual times make for unusual circumstances. Still, it might raise an eyebrow to learn salvation is in a Knaack hardware box next to the public tennis court.
  • Washington state's new approach to policing
    On June 23, Rahr visited with the East Precinct Advisory Council to discuss how the state’s approach to officer training and police work had changed since 2012.
  • Editorial Cartoon
    To view more of Milt Priggee's work, visit www.miltpriggee.com.
    
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  • Meatless on Madison
    There’s a charming, airy feeling inside Cafe Flora, 2901 E. Madison, with all the vast windows, planters full of greenery, and fresh, floral smells you associate with a garden store. 
  • While we’re seeing some homes in the range of $2 million and above stay on the market a little longer than they had in previous months, homes are still selling for no other reason than because the supply is limited. 

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