Help us get these girls back home!!UPDATE: The girls have been reunited with their human! A gentle reminder, please get your pet chipped and then REGISTER the chip. If you don't, the vet will not be able to reunite you!
Recognize these escapees? Both females were happy to be captured! Found cold & wet @ SE 56th St & 119th Ave SE in Bellevue wandering w/no collars. If you know these super friendly pups, call Blue Pearl Vet Hospital in Renton. 206-905-4494 ... See MoreSee Less
January 5, 1995 Lieutenant Walter Kilgore Engine Co. 10, Lieutenant Greg Shoemaker Engine Co. 13, Fire Fighter Randy Terlicker Engine Co. 13 and Fire Fighter James Brown Ladder Co. 7 gave the ultimate sacrifice during the Pang Warehouse Fire.
Congratulations Dave!! Enjoy your retirement!Retirement: Please help us in congratulating Firefighter Dave Swart who has retired after a 30 year career as a Bellevue firefighter. Dave embarked on this career in January, 1990, and then spent most of his first 10 years assigned to Engine 6 as a HazMat team member. He went on to spend a couple of years assigned to Station 8 but followed his heart into becoming a paramedic, going through the rigorous Harborview/University of Washington training program in 2002. He served the residents of Bellevue admirably in that capacity for 10 years and then once again took on a new responsibility as the B Platoon Staff Assistant. Though Dave spent most of his career on B Platoon, his influence reached across all platoons. His calm demeanor, humor and compassion set an example for all who had the good fortune to work with him. He will be sorely missed, but what a way to start the new decade, Dave. Congratulations! ... See MoreSee Less
Our personal, biographical data and information shouldn’t be public information. We are hopeful that the Legislature fixes this loophole and helps safeguard employees across the state.Labor unions, including WEA, won a round in court today when a judge blocked disclosure of personal information of government employees. This is a temporary order, pending additional information and another hearing in March. A permanent legislative fix is still needed, and we continue to advocate for passage of HB 1888. ... See MoreSee Less