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The search for a new superintendent

The search for a new superintendent

In March, the Northshore School District will select and announce its new permanent superintendent. The district’s superintendent search began in September 2022 after the previous superintendent, Dr....

Lake Washington from Juanita Beach Park on Jan. 16. Fish that are unsafe to eat from this lake now include common carp, cutthroat trout, and largemouth bass.

PFAS in Washington making some fish unsafe to eat

Sarah Krug (she/her), Reporter Jan 27, 2023

On Dec. 14, the Washington State Department of Health released an advisory warning against the consumption of multiple species of fish found in Washington lakes. Testing indicated that these fish contained...

Kirkland keeps ‘I eat trucks’ bridge banners

Kirkland keeps ‘I eat trucks’ bridge banners

On Jan. 19, the city of Kirkland said it would allow banners on the Kirkland Way bridge to stay up. Kirkland’s new banner codes, passed on Jan. 17, would require the banners to be removed, but the City...

Washington receives least federal funding per unhoused student

Washington receives least federal funding per unhoused student

Washington has one of the highest homeless student populations in the country. Despite this, schools received an average of only $29 of federal funding per homeless student in the 2018-19 school year,...

DOJ sending money to battle gun violence

DOJ sending money to battle gun violence

On Oct. 18, U.S. Attorney Nick Brown (he/him) announced that 19 U.S. Department of Justice grants will be awarded to Washington. These grants are aimed at public safety and law enforcement. The state...

Mental health care denied in county prisons

Mental health care denied in county prisons

On Nov. 29, the King County Prosecutor's Office filed several civil contempt orders against the Department of Social and Health Services for not providing inmates with mental health support. The DSHS is...

The ICWA is a federal law that regulates the removal of Indigenous children from their families whether in be through custody, foster care or adoption.

Effects of Reconsidering the Indian Child Welfare Act

On Nov. 9, the Supreme Court heard the arguments in the Haaland v. Brackeen case to potentially declare the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 unconstitutional because it constitutes racial discrimination...

The struggling grizzly bear population could benefit from reintroduction to the cascades.

The bears could be back in town

On Nov. 10, the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reintroduced a proposal to return grizzly bears to the North Cascades National Park. The proposal announced that, starting in...

U.S. amidst an Adderall Shortage

U.S. amidst an Adderall Shortage

William He (he/him), Photo Editor Nov 17, 2022

On Oct. 12, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration announced a shortage of amphetamine mixed salts, or Adderall, on their drug shortage website. Adderall treats attention deficit hyperactivity disorder...

New campus supervisors John Pioli and Sarah Beeson outside of their office.

Get to know the new campus security team

Hope Rasa (she/her), Web-Editor-in-Chief Nov 15, 2022

This year, Inglemoor welcomed two new additions to its campus security team: campus supervisors John Pioli (he/him) and Sarah Beeson (she/her), who will be helping campus supervisor Ric Calhoun (he/him)...

Neighborhoods in Index put out signs of support for local firefighters.

Pacific Northwest wildfires

Cate Bouvet (she/her), News Editor Oct 30, 2022

Since Sept. 10, the Bolt Creek Fire has burned an estimated 23 square miles across the steep terrain of the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest near Skykomish. U.S. Highway 2 has had multiple closures...

From local to state to international: a year of extracurricular triumphs

From local to state to international: a year of extracurricular triumphs

Claire Meng, Reporter Jun 16, 2022

Model UN: In November, freshman Christopher Cao won Best Delegate and sophomore Ons Chaieb won Outstanding Delegate at PACMUN. In February, senior Mahima Uliyar won Outstanding Delegate at SeattleMUN....

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