Tune in to KJR this Thursday and Support The Medic One Foundation

Mark your calendars! Join us this Thursday, December 19 for the Medic One Foundation’s fundraising radiothon at King County Fire District 34 in Redmond!  KJR Seattle Sports Radio personality Dave “Softy” Mahler will be broadcasting LIVE from the fire station between 3 and 6:30 p.m. as he works to raise awareness and much-needed money to […]

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Raisbeck Aviation High School touches down at The Museum of Flight

We have liftoff! Yesterday, Oct. 17, Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS) celebrated its Grand Opening in truly impressive fashion. The morning’s festivities commenced when an Alaska Airlines 737-900ER dubbed “Spirit of Education” delivered over 100 students and honored guests to The Museum of Flight. Among the students on the plane was RAHS junior Alyda Sorm, […]

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Know where Seattle’s AEDs are located? You could win $10,000!

This month, Seattleites can join in a life-saving scavenger hunt. From Oct. 15-Nov. 15, local residents will compete to identify and report the locations of Seattle’s automatic external defibrillators (AEDs). With cash prizes ranging from $50 to $10,000, this is definitely one scavenger hunt we’re eager to get started! AEDs are electronic, brief-case size devices […]

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WGU Washington Enrolls 5,000th Student

WGU Washington reached a significant milestone this week, enrolling its 5,000th student. The largest affiliate of Western Governors University in the country, WGU Washington is a flexible, affordable alternative to traditional higher education options, allowing adults who are balancing family, careers and other responsibilities to go back to school and earn their degrees. The fact […]

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Overlake Medical Center Offers Free Health Screenings

Overlake Medical Center is offering free health screenings in celebration of the second annual Eastside Vitality Health Month.  All September long, Overlake Medical Clinics across the Eastside have been hosting health fairs intended to familiarize Eastside residents with primary care physicians and cardiologists in their communities. Eastside Vitality Health Month’s final event will take place […]

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Quicker, More Precise Cancer Treatment Offered at Overlake

Overlake Medical Center is now treating cancer patients more quickly and with greater precision than ever before. The new TrueBeam radiotherapy and radiosurgery treatment system from Varian Medical Systems is an innovative, image-guided radiotherapy technology that enables a radically different approach to cancer treatment. With TrueBeam, doctors are able to identify the optimal treatment approach […]

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3, 2, 1, Liftoff!

The sun rises on Raisbeck Aviation High School’s first day The countdown is over – it’s time for liftoff at Raisbeck Aviation High School! The high school’s new, state-of-the-art facility opened its doors today, welcoming students to the first day of the 2013-14 school year. While there are many things that make Raisbeck Aviation High […]

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President Obama Recognizes WGU as a Leader in Higher Education

  WGU Washington News For Immediate Release Contact for media inquiries:  Contact for enrollment information: Jake Riddell, Public Relations Manager  877.214.7004 (206) 512-0025  washington.wgu.edu jake.riddell@wgu.edu President Obama Recognizes Online Western Governors University for Innovation and Affordability The United States’ first competency-based university cited as leader in the President’s Plan to Make College More Affordable SEATTLE, (August […]

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WGU Washington Commits to Another Year with No Tuition Increase

WGU Washington News For Immediate Release Contact for media inquiries:  Contact for enrollment information: Jake Riddell, Public Relations Manager,  877.214.7004 (206) 512-0025 washington.wgu.edu jake.riddell@wgu.edu WGU Washington Commits to Another Year with No Tuition Increase Online university has not raised tuition since its founding in 2011 SEATTLE, (August 22, 2013) Great news for cost-conscious college students: […]

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Kirkland students accepted into scholars program at Museum of Flight

JUNE 18, 2013 · 1:19 PM Four Kirkland students will participate in one of the four Washington Aerospace Scholars summer residency sessions held in June and July at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. Washington Aerospace Scholars is a competitive educational program, based at Seattle’s Museum of Flight, for high school juniors from across Washington […]

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