Here are some of the week's top headlines, and articles you may have missed.
As part of the Facebook trend of letting all your friends know that you are from a certain town, we asked you how to tell the Bellevue natives from the imports. Click here to read that story and to see if you agree with what our readers said.
A Kirkland man died after falling off his paddle board and into Lake Washington near Kirkland's Brink Park. Two passers-by jumped into the water to try to save the man.
Take me out to the boule game: If you've ever seen people in playing what looks like a cross between bowling, horesshoes, and shuffleboard, .
Meet Patricia Walsh, a Microsoft engineer and endurance athlete who holds a record for blind athletes in the Ironman Triathlon.
A bald eagle that lived on State Route 520 with its own fanbase and Twitter handle and a cougar that had been seen between Woodinville and Medina were both struck and killed on area roadways last week.
It's not too late to squeeze in a few more daytrips for the summer months. Writer r writes about family activities in Tacoma, including the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium and the Museum of Glass.
Readers were interested in Seafair this week, including the Blue Angels which performed over Lake Washington Saturday and Sunday (and practiced Thursday and Friday).
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