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Biotech stocks are getting crushed — but industry insiders say there’s reason for optimism

Biotech is coming off an epic few years. The sector soared during the pandemic, with venture capital investment and IPO volumes hitting all-time highs. But recently stock valuations have plummeted, part of a larger market downturn. Companies have shed programs and laid off workers — Adaptive Biotechnologies, one of the Seattle region’s largest biotech startups, cut 12% of its staff in March, citing “current market conditions.” And the number of companies going public has slowed dramatically.
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Washington jumbo ATH Kade Eldridge breaks down his top five

Lynden (Wash.) Christian jumbo athlete Kade Eldridge named his top five on Wednesday. Eldridge named a top five of, alphabetically, Michigan, Oregon, Washington, Washington State and USC. He broke down his top five with 247Sports. Michigan: "Michigan being the only school out of the Pac-12 has some weight to it....
LYNDEN, WA
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LGBTQ Pride

As we head into June, Seattle Schools is celebrating LGBTQ Pride month in a few ways. We invite you to join in the fun!. Flag Raising at SPS Central Office John Stanford Center. Join senior leaders, board members, families, staff and students as we raise the rainbow flag and the...
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Cliff Avril Returning To The Seattle Seahawks As An Assistant Coach? | Seahawks Rumors

Seahawks rumors and news today come in hot beginning with former Super Champion Seahawk Cliff Avril. Avril has indicated that he would like to be a coach on the Seahawks coaching staff. Could he and K.J. Wright both be hired on as Seahawks assistant coaches? Avril spent five seasons with the Seahawks in Seattle, before retiring from football after the 2017 season. Chat Sports’ Tyler Jones breaks it all down on this edition of Seattle Seahawks Today. #NFL
SEATTLE, WA
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Honors All Around

Chief Sealth’s “Coach P” is District 2 Athletic Director of the Year. Chief Sealth International High School Athletic Director Ernest “Coach P.” Policarpio knows what it takes to lead a successful team. He’s spent the last 16 years at Sealth — seven of those years as athletic director — building a flourishing athletics program.
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Do you recognize this Auburn burglary suspect?

AUBURN, Wash. — Auburn police are looking for a potential suspect in a home burglary that occurred earlier this month. A photo of the woman was posted on the Auburn Police Department’s Facebook page Wednesday. Police said the woman in the photo may have been involved in a...
AUBURN, WA
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Bellevue city employee finds possible human remains during shift

BELLEVUE, Wash. – A City of Bellevue employee found what appears to be human remains early Wednesday morning. The employee was working in the 500 block of 150th Pl NE around 8:30 a.m. when they saw the bones in a wetlands area. The employee called police, who say it...
BELLEVUE, WA
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Detectives investigate after city worker discovers bones in Bellevue

BELLEVUE, Wash. - Detectives are investigating after a city employee discovered bones in a wetlands area Wednesday morning, a state anthropologist determined they are likely human. According to Bellevue Police Department (BPD), a City of Bellevue employee found some bones while conducting maintenance near Kelsey Creek on 150th Pl. NE...
BELLEVUE, WA
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Seattle Thunderbirds advance to Western Conference Championship Series

Jeremy Hanzel scored twice and added an assist, and the Kent-based Seattle Thunderbirds are moving on to the Western Conference Championship Series of the Western Hockey League after taking down the Portland Winterhawks, 6-3, in game seven of their second round playoff series Tuesday at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland.
SEATTLE, WA

Gov. Inslee appoints director to head up ‘first of its kind’ Office of Independent Investigations

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Governor Jay Inslee announced the appointment of Roger Rogoff as the director of the Office of Independent Investigations on Tuesday. The agency, which will be the first of its kind in the country, will conduct investigations into potential criminal conduct arising from police use of deadly force, independent of involved law enforcement agencies.
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