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50th Reunion in 2018?

March 3, 2017 by Lane Grann Grann-Stahl (Register to contact)

Although I live in Charlotte, NC I still have lots of family in Seattle, so I'd welcome a reunion or other Class of '68 get together.

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High school scoreboard, May 18  The Columbian

SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE BASEBALL 4A state tournament Camas vs. Issaquah, 1 p.m. at Propstra Stadium Skyview vs. Inglemoor, 10 a.m. at Heritage Park, ...

Evergreen Public Schools ponders how to make cuts of up to $18 million  The Columbian

Evergreen Public Schools faces as much as an $18 million budget deficit. But until now, the district has been relatively quiet about that fact.

Evergreen reaches tentative deal with teachers  The Spokesman-Review

The teachers strike in Evergreen Public Schools could be over after a tentative agreement was reached at 2:57 a.m. today.

Evergreen, Washougal teachers on picket lines on first day of school  The Spokesman-Review

Teachers in the Evergreen and Washougal school districts headed to the picket lines this morning, demonstrating in favor of higher wages after contract ...

Evergreen football searching for new coach after Hyde's departure  The Columbian

Terry Hyde felt it was time to make way for what's next at the Evergreen High School football program.

Harvard freak out: Evergreen High celebrates student's acceptance on video

Getting accepted into college is no easy feat; it's an accomplishment worth celebrating. But one Highline School District student's celebration is now going viral.

Clark County tries to slow potential spread of measles at four Evergreen schools

VANCOUVER, Wash. — With four schools in the Evergreen Public School District among the potential exposure sites for the measles outbreak in Clark County, ...

Evergreen teachers vote to strike  The Columbian

The votes weren't even fully submitted before Evergreen Public Schools teachers started making picket signs.

Evergreen teachers demand big raises  The Columbian

The Evergreen Education Association is demanding big raises for district teachers, and absent “reasonable salary” increases, is already threatening a strike vote ...

Measles outbreak has kept 800 Washington kids out of school  Seattle Times

This outbreak goes way beyond the 70 cases. If measles is diagnosed in a school, anyone — student or teacher — who does not have proof of vaccination is ...

‘Badges and Barbells’ program builds trust, communication between police and teens  Q13 News Seattle

WHITE CENTER, Wash. – Some law enforcement officers are dedicating their time to show up for teens across the South Sound. Badges and Barbells is a ...

Evergreen Public Schools ready to play hardball  The Columbian

As bargaining sessions continue, Evergreen Public Schools is the first district to hint at possible action against teachers who strike.

Clark County school districts are in the red  The Columbian

Nearly every school district in Clark County is projecting significant general fund deficits in the upcoming school year. Here's a summary: ...

Meet the student accepted into Harvard, Princeton and Stanford

Evergreen High School senior Abel Berhan was accepted into Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and the University of Pennsylvania.

He earned $400000 in scholarships and won admission to Harvard: A Highline district student shares his advice for college applications  Seattle Times

As a first-generation college student who's been working since middle school, earning a full-ride to an Ivy League school is a great feeling for 18-year-old Abel ...

Students at Vancouver football game wear red to support striking teachers

The Washington state students dressed in red at McKenzie Stadium, showing their teachers that they're not along in their fight for higher wages.

Battle Ground teachers vote overwhelmingly to strike  The Columbian

Teachers clad in red crowded the Battle Ground High School gym where, by a vote of 98.4 percent, they voted to approve a strike effective on the first day of ...

Evergreen students advocate for less pizza, more greens in Cafeteria  The White Center Blog

In a step toward better school nutrition, students at Evergreen High School are getting a say in what goes on the lunch menu. Youth leaders of FEEST – which.

Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hockinson, Ridgefield teachers on picket lines  The Columbian

Teachers who gathered to strike on campuses in Vancouver Public Schools were joined by some of their smallest supporters: their children.

Evergreen left looking for more after another close loss  The Columbian

Plainsmen fall 79-74 to 3A GSHL leader drop 5th game out of six against 3A GSHL leaders.

High school some feel 'should be condemned' hopes fifth levy is the charm  KIRO Seattle

Stepping into Toledo High School you feel like you're back in the 1970s. Since then, not much has changed structurally and the building is starting to fall apart ...

'We have nothing to lose': Seattle-area students join nationwide walkouts in push for stricter gun control  Seattle Times

Students across the region joined peers nationwide Wednesday in the massive protest. Most of the walkouts lasted about 17 minutes, in remembrance of the 17 ...

21 confirmed cases of measles, 4 suspected as Clark County outbreak grows  KOMO News

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Health officials say they have 21 confirmed measles cases in Clark County since the start of the year as an outbreak continues to expand ...

Highline teen flips out after learning his acceptance into Harvard

Getting accepted into college is no easy feat; it's an accomplishment worth celebrating - especially for Evergreen High School senior Abel Berhan.

Are measles a risk at your kid’s school? Explore vaccination-exemption data with our new tool  Seattle Times

Dozens of people are sick with measles after an outbreak in Clark County, Wash. Use our tool to look up vaccination rates in your kids' school.

Morning Press: John Bishop sentenced; predators in Clark County schools; Missionary killed  The Columbian

In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week.

Generation Next: Son of refugees inspires a community with admission to Harvard  Q13 News Seattle

WHITE CENTER, Wash. — A high school senior from White Center is making his community extremely proud. Abel Berhan is part of a new generation that ...

Clark County measles outbreak: 73 confirmed cases

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Clark County health officials identified another confirmed cases of measles, officials said Monday. There are now three of the 73 ...

Geometry in Construction students at Evergreen High help Habitat  The Columbian

Previously: Geometry in Construction students at Mountain View and Evergreen high schools teamed with Habitat for Humanity to build a modular house.

Students learn about high demand for skilled labor  The Columbian

Eric Renner knew his audience, so he got right to the point.

High school seniors from across Washington state commit to STEM by signing letters of intent  GeekWire

Top athletes may get much of the attention when it comes to signing days and committing to a university to continue playing a particular sport. But in Seattle on ...

The blog about White Center » Archive » 2 new White Center businesses: Good Day Donuts, Mr. Buds  White Center Now

Next to each other at 9823 15th SW, you'll find: GOOD DAY DONUTS: Husband-and-wife entrepreneurs Erik Jackson and Alison Odowski have opened Good ...

FRIDAY Measles Update: 42 Confirmed Cases, 7 Suspected  750 KXL

UPDATE – Friday 2/1/19 – The number of confirmed cases of the Measles now stands at 42, with seven more suspected. Clark County Public Health says there ...

Throwin' Samoan almost a Husky?!?! | Washington State University  Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

Washington State iconic quarterback Jack Thompson 'wanted to be a Husky' before becoming a Coug, he says. SCOTT HANSON of The Seattle Times; Nov 22, ...

Can immigrants still find the American dream? Joel Guerra has  Westside Seattle

The American dream is really the world's dream. Freedom, opportunity, security, and hope for a good life. For Joel Guerra it was an irresistible call.

Melnick: Clark County measles outbreak will be costly, prolonged  The Columbian

The measles outbreak in Clark County that has racked up 23 confirmed cases since Jan. 1 isn't likely to go away or slow down any time soon.

'Bubbly kid' was fatally shot by King County deputy hours before high-school graduation  The Seattle Times

Tommy Le, 20, was fatally shot after deputies responded to reports of a man armed with a knife threatening residents of a Burien neighborhood. Deputies found ...

Evergreen school district thins trees  The Columbian

In previous years, cross country coach Matt Hanson and his team would walk through a grove of trees behind Evergreen High School to pick up trash before ...

As union seeks to wrap up strikes, Washington teachers rally and call for statewide walkout  World Socialist Web Site

Educators demand statewide strike action in Washington state, while the union seeks to quash walkouts and prevent new ones.

2018 primary election & Ohio Special election: results and live updates for Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington primary day  CBS News

Tuesday ended without a clear winner in the final special election before Election Day in Ohio, where provisional and absentee ballots may determine the race's ...

Six apply to fill Superior Court Judge James Rulli's position  The Columbian

Five lawyers and a Clark County Superior Court commissioner have applied to fill the vacancy that will be left by Superior Court Judge James Rulli when he ...

Evergreen drama teacher accused of raping high school student  The Columbian

A drama teacher at Evergreen High School was arrested this afternoon on suspicion of four counts of rape of a child.

OMSI added to measles exposure sites; 35 Clark County cases confirmed  The Columbian

Clark County Public Health has confirmed 35 measles cases, and 11 suspected cases since Jan. 1 as part of its ongoing measles outbreak investigation.

Officials: 34 measles cases in Washington outbreak  Statesman Journal

Health officials say the number of confirmed cases of measles in western Washington has grown to 34, with nine more cases suspected.

PORT ANGELES HALL OF FAME: Second class named, led by Elway and Klock  Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — There's still a lot of catching up to do for the Port Angeles Roughrider Hall of Fame Committee. A year after selecting 17 athletes and ...

Evergreen district settles harassment suit for more than $800K  The Columbian

Evergreen Public Schools has agreed to pay $862500 to Elizabeth Uelmen, a former associate principal, with an out-of-court settlement. Uelmen filed a lawsuit ...

Judge prohibits Evergreen strike until at least Wednesday  The Columbian

A Clark County Superior Court Judge cleared the way for school to start Wednesday even if Evergreen School District teachers vote to strike.

Highline Public Schools meetings on School Safety start March 22  The B-Town Blog

In response to recent incidents of school violence, Highline Public Schools is initiating a conversation with the community around school safety, and will be.

Two Latino officers look to make inroads in Burien as part of gang-prevention efforts  Q13 News Seattle

BURIEN, Wash. - The city of Burien is committed to developing strategies to combat gang violence. With two rival Hispanic gangs responsible for multiple ...

Storm covers Seattle in snow  The Columbian

SEATTLE (AP) — Winter weather pounded a swath of the U.S. West on Monday, closing schools, delaying flights and turning streets into sledding hills in coastal ...

Washougal's Beyonce Bea commits to University of Idaho  The Columbian

Beyonce Bea is going to be a Vandal. The decorated 2019 6-foot-1 forward from Washougal High School verbally committed to the Big Sky Conference school ...

Documents: Evergreen teacher had sex with student at home, school  The Columbian

An Evergreen High School drama teacher is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old student both at the teacher's house and at school, according to court ...

Morning Press: Fatal police shooting; El Gaucho in Vancouver; more measles  The Columbian

In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the week.

Go: 'Whale Rider'; Project Cinderella; Couve Clover Run  The Columbian

In honor of Women's History Month, the Camas Public Library, 625 N.E. Fourth Ave., Camas, will offer a free showing of “Whale Rider” (PG-13) the acclaimed ...

Seahawks News 9/15: Seahawks Banged Up Heading into Week 2  Field Gulls

Friday Practice Report: Shaquill Griffin, Delano Hill Added To List Of Injured Seahawks A closer look at Friday's practice report for the Seahawks ahead of their ...

Seattle high school football player, 17, dies days after critical injury in game: officials - NY Daily News  New York Daily News

A 17-year-old football player died Monday morning in the country's fourth fatal high school football injury of the season, officials said.

More exposure sites announced as measles outbreak continues  The Columbian

Public health officials reported no new confirmed cases of measles on Saturday but added three new exposure sites to its list — including two additional school ...

Tim Martinez: Evergreen tennis team not made up of 'ever-green' players  The Columbian

Plainsmen are self-made success story on the court.

Evergreen High teacher, students to visit, study in Germany  The Columbian

Molly MacGregor seems an unlikely name to pair with the title "frau."

Malnourished gray whale found dead in Seattle's Elliott Bay  The Columbian

SEATTLE — Whale researchers say a dead gray whale whose carcass was found floating in Seattle's Elliott Bay Sunday had likely died some time ago and ...

A high school football team so good that nobody wants to play them anymore  Los Angeles Times

When a small Catholic school began winning its games by lopsided margins -- 77-0, for instance -- the forfeits started coming, Nobody wanted to play them.

State program helps put teen parents on path to success  The Columbian

Evergreen High School teacher Peggy McNabb didn't need a study to know the class she teaches to teen parents is a success. After all, she hears from students ...

LETTER: 'Highline Public Schools must fix 'Separate but Equal' Policy'  The B-Town Blog

[EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The B-Town Blog nor its staff:]. Highline ...

State debunks 'patient zero' speculation in Clark County measles outbreak  The Columbian

The Washington Health State Department shot down speculation that Clark County's measles outbreak has a confirmed “patient zero” on Wednesday.

Districts to review response to high school football injuries  Q13 FOX

SEATTLE -- Two high school athletes were severely injured in football games on Friday night, one player has died and another saw his football career come to ...

Former Battle Ground teacher who assaulted his wife sentenced to 10 days  The Columbian

Michael J. Brotherton arrives July 5 for his arraignment in a domestic violence case in Clark County Superior Court. Brotherton, a former Battle Ground middle ...

Vancouver crime lab on the cusp of expansion  The Columbian

A movement to clear the state's backlog of rape kits may soon be centered in Clark County if lawmakers approve a bill to staff a new, high-throughput DNA ...

Evergreen grad Franks has become team leader at WSU  The Columbian

Washington State forward Robert Franks, top, shoots against Washington forward Noah Dickerson, left and forward Nahziah Carter during the first half of an ...

The blog about White Center » Archive » PHOTOS: Cambodian New Year Festival in White Center  White Center Now

12:21 PM: The celebration is on, rain or shine! Until 5 pm, the Cambodian New Year Festival is happening on SW 98th in downtown White Center.

Miss Clark County marks 70 years  The Columbian

In May 1949, Mary Elizabeth Tedford of Camas was crowned the very first Miss Clark County before an audience of 1200 people.

Evergreen football coach apologizes for tweet alleging racism  The Columbian

Evergreen football coach Don Johnson Jr., is apologizing for what he described as a "stupid" tweet, and the school was planning to self report a WIAA violation ...

Seattle man describes night Bryan Singer allegedly raped him

A Seattle man has filed a lawsuit against "X-Men" movie director Bryan Singer, accusing him of rape. Singer "categorically denies" the accusation.

Fans mourn grunge rock icon Kurt Cobain 25 years after death  The Columbian

SEATTLE — On the 25th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death, dozens of people are leaving flowers, candles and written messages at a Seattle park near the ...

Widening project targets Highway 14 congestion  The Columbian

A $25 million project aimed at reducing chronic congestion on state Highway 14 will add lanes to the highway between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th ...

16-year-old girl found tied up in school bathroom says she was beaten by 2 students  Q13 FOX

SEATTLE -- A 16-year-old student was found tied up in a bathroom Tuesday at TEC High School (Technology, Engineering & Communications) on the ...

In Our View: Vote 'No' on Initiative 1634  The Columbian

In many ways, Initiative 1634 on the November ballot is a solution in search of a problem. The initiative would prohibit local governments from enacting taxes on ...

Robert Franks returning to WSU for senior year  The Columbian

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Washington State leading scorer Robert Franks has decided to withdraw from the NBA draft and will return for his senior season.

Battle Ground hires Mike Kesler as head football coach

BATTLE GROUND — Battle Ground Public Schools has hired Mike Kesler to be the next head football coach at Battle Ground High School, pending board ...

Kenneth Robert Bradley Passed Away  Voice of the Valley

Kenneth Robert Bradley. Long-time Ravensdale resident, Kenneth Robert Bradley, 76, passed away March 31, 2018. Ken was born April 20, 1941, in Seattle, ...

Kaiser Permanente, unions set for court trial  The Columbian

Kaiser Permanente is entangled in a legal battle against some of its employees that could reach trial in March.

Following his passion for fishing, Gary Loomis has led the pack  The Columbian

WOODLAND — Gary Loomis has never been far from fishing, whether for fun or profit.

Portland Timbers undone by own goal in 1-0 loss to rival Seattle  The Columbian

Timbers undone by a late own goal, drop out of playoff position in rivarly loss to Sounders.

Molecular Testing Labs of Vancouver settles in federal probe for up to $1.8 million  The Columbian

Molecular Testing Labs, a Vancouver toxicology and genetic testing laboratory, has agreed to pay up to nearly $1.8 million to settle allegations that it violated the ...

Olympian Misty May-Treanor visits with Vancouver students  The Columbian

A legend from the volleyball world visited athletes from Evergreen High School and a couple of middle schools Friday, hoping to inspire girls to chase after their ...

Bill nixes Park Service HQ move to Vancouver  The Columbian

The National Park *Service* will not be moving to the Vancouver Barracks on the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. (The Columbian files). By Jeffrey Mize ...

Epik buys Vancouver-based BitMitigate  The Columbian

Vancouver-based cybersecurity company BitMitigate has been acquired by Epik, a web hosting company and domain name registration *service*.

Seattle zoo to debut twin red panda cubs  The Columbian

SEATTLE — Visitors to the Woodland Park Zoo will soon be able to view the first successful birth of red pandas there in nearly three decades.

Rainier Springs opening fills need in Clark County  The Columbian

Treating mental health and substance use in Clark County took a step forward this week.

Pregnant and parenting teens recognized for finishing high school  The Columbian

Adilene Miranda planned to drop out of high school when she got pregnant at 16. The whispers and stares in the hallway made school unbearable. But she ...

Lincoln's James Mwaura has run his way into Tacoma greatness  The News Tribune

James Mwaura heads to Point Defiance Park most Sundays to run a more than 10-mile loop. “On your left,” he says, passing a runner. His younger sister ...

Abduction case: Court documents detail plan to help mom take 4-year-old daughter  The Columbian

A Vancouver woman accused of abducting her daughter during a supervised visit last month at Vancouver Mall slipped away with the 4-year-old following a ...

Injured high school football player improving; released from hospital  Q13 FOX

SEATTLE -- Wearing a halo to keep his neck stable, Adna Senior, David 'D-Man' Young was wheeled out of Harborview Medical Center after fracturing two ...

Maryhill tasting room ripe for waterfront grand opening  The Columbian

It's been in the planning stages for nearly eight months, but now the Maryhill Winery tasting room at The Waterfront Vancouver has an opening date. The grand ...

Lacrosse grows in popularity at Clark County high schools

As across the country, lacrosse is gaining popularity in Clark County, though still in its infancy, with three of the county's 17 high schools fielding a boys team and ...

Clark Asks: Red-light cameras not in the picture  The Columbian

There's no correlating study to back this up, but red-light enforcement cameras are hated by practically everyone with a driver's license.

Inslee signs bill to expand dual language education  Seattle Globalist

Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill earlier this week that will expand funding for dual-language education in Washington state K-12 schools.

County growing, but not as fast  The Columbian

Clark County's population is still growing at a fast clip, but the growth rate may have reached its peak.

Port of Camas-Washougal: Development on the Horizon?  The Columbian

Port of Camas-Washougal officials took the next step toward waterfront development this month when they sent out a request for proposal for plans to build out ...

'Portland Psychedelic' exhibit a return to hippie heyday of '60s  The Columbian

The dream of the '90s is alive in Portland,” the satirical TV show “Portlandia” proudly sings — that dream being to form a rock band and save the planet while ...

Public forum for Tommy Le, high schooler killed by police, will be Wed., July 19  The B-Town Blog

A public forum for Tommy Le, a South Seattle high schooler who was recently shot and killed by police in Burien, will be held on Wednesday, July 19. Tommy ...

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