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Woman missing in north Seattle – UPDATED

Update, Monday, April 2, 2012: Queen Anne View reports that Heather Braaten was found dead yesterday afternoon. Original story: Heather Nicole Braaten was last seen in Ballard on Tuesday, March 20, 2012. Heather, 35, has blonde hair and green eyes. She is 5′ 9″ and weighs 190 lbs. Photos of Heather can be seen here and here. A WASPC missing person record can be accessed here. If you have any information about Heather’s whereabouts, please contact the Seattle Police Department and mention Case Number 12-85413.   Thanks for the tip, Lorraine.

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Green Lake author celebrates release of new teen book with geocache

Tomorrow evening (March 31, 2011) at 7 p.m., Mockingbird Books (7220 Woodlawn Ave NE) is presenting a panel of four local young adult authors. One of the featured authors, Green Lake resident Lisa Cach, wrote to let us know that a geocache has been created in honor of her new book, Wake Unto Me, which is being released tomorrow. “Geocaching is an immensely popular, family-friendly activity where you find caches using a GPS unit,” Lisa explains.  Copies of Wake Unto Me can be found in the cache, she says, “as well as lots of other goodies, including gift certificates to Mockingbird Books and…

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North Seattle Round-up

Wazup in nearby neighborhoods?  Yep, time for our weekly round-up! A Fire Strikes Four Greenwood Businesses:  Phinneywood did an amazing job covering the horrible fire that hit Greenwood early Friday morning.  Their coverage began with breaking news updates and video of the fire, and they continue to cover the effects of the fire on the Taproot Theatre, Green Bean Coffeehouse, PAWS Cat City and the community as a whole, as well as to explain the cleanup and wall-stabilization processes.  Information about a relief fund can be found here.  What caused the blaze?  Phinney Ridge Seattle speculates that arson was at…

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North Seattle Round-up

Wazup in nearby neighborhoods? The proposed new Seattle Public Schools attendance boundaries have got everybody talking: Wallingford, Phinneywood, Fremont, Eastlake, Laurelhurst, Pinehurst, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Ballard … Candidates for Mayor, City Attorney, and City Council are doing the rounds: see them Tuesday in Wallingford. They’ve already made stops in Ballard, Eastlake, and Northgate, where Mallahan was a no-show. New and expanded businesses: Avila Restaurant in Wallingford, Sasquatch Studios, Tara Books (a South Indian publishing co-op) and Ken’s Market on Phinney Ridge, The Washington Federal Savings and Loan in Ballard, Whole Foods in Magnolia. Closing: The Fridge in Ballard. Bargain alert:…

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Green Lake Gunpoint Robberies Linked to Similar Incidents in Magnolia and Northgate

Police are finally confirming that the Green Lake robberies may be linked to similar events in Magnolia and Northgate: Rash of random attacks in Seattle 11:52 PM PDT on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 By CHRIS DANIELS / KING 5 News SEATTLE – Is a group of men randomly assaulting and robbing people late at night? That’s the question Seattle Police are trying to answer after a series of late night armed robberies around the city. Early Wednesday morning, four people were sitting on a park bench in Magnolia when three men approached, waved guns and robbed the victims. A day…

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