Fun in the sun: In the 70s and sunny in Seattle in May? Could you ask for more? Enjoy a week’s worth of this beautiful weather. Who knows when it’ll be back …
Drive-by shooting: A terrible story in Lake Stevens as Molly Conley, a teenager celebrating her 15th birthday, was shot
dead while walking with friends along a Lake Stevens road. Conley’s grades earned her the nickname “4.0” from peers, and she played lacrosse and soccer. She “just loved being with her family and friends … she loved the simple joys and she always had a smile for people,” said her mother, Susan Arksey.
UW men’s crew wins 3rd-straight nation championship: The Huskies beat out Harvard to win it all.
Bonderman’s return no help for struggling M’s: After Tommy John surgery, Jeremy Bonderman clawed his way back into the big leagues after a 975-day hiatus. But the Minnesota Twins didn’t exactly lay out the welcome mat yesterday for the 30-year-old pitcher. The Twins shelled Bonderman for nine hits on their way to a 10-0 drubbing of the struggling Mariners. Bonderman lasted all of 4 2/3 innings.
Looking to Portland for a new loo: Seattle seems to have had its fair share of potty troubles. There are the short-of-stature stalls in Pike Place Market that drew ire from tourists. And who could forget when five high-tech public toilets (costing $1 million each) had to be removed and sold for $2,500 each because they had become havens for “nefarious activities.” Once again, Seattle is trying to acquire a public toilet for Pioneer Square. Only, this time around, officials reached out to our smug neighbors to the South (Portland) for a bit of help in our toil for a functional public toilet. We hear the Portland Loo has quite the fan base, and it will cost a mere $90,000!
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