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September 10, 2014 at 6:51 AM

Wednesday Memo: Threats over school threat … March on Bellevue … Want an Apple Watch?

Witnesses threatened: Remember when we told you about that guy who reportedly threatened to shoot up Kingston High School? Well, four people have been arrested for allegedly threatening the kids who reported the original threat.

The $15 minimum wage fight comes to Bellevue today: Advocates for a $15 minimum wage are expected to march and engage in some  “peaceful civil disobedience” late this morning to draw attention to their cause. Be prepared. They will be marching across the I-90 bridge to Bellevue at some point.

Risk low, but state’s colleges screen students for Ebola: Four students at WSU and three at Whitworth University who traveled to campus from Nigeria were screened, but none are experiencing any symptoms of the virus. Just 21 cases of Ebola have been counted in Nigeria.

Is an Apple Watch for you?: While Apple brought out two new models of its iPhones and an e-wallet yesterday, the most intriguing gizmo is the Apple Watch. Would you consider buying one? Vote in our poll.

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com


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