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10 Friday, June 24, 2011 West Seattle Herald West Seattle Junction merchants will be open late on Thurs- days for the summer Merchants open late on Thursdays for summer The West Seattle Junction will have a select list of merchants, who for the summer months will be staying open late every Thursday night. Participating merchants that will be open until 9pm: Capers, Carmilia's, City Mouse Studio, Clementine, Click/Design That Fits, Curious Kidstuff; Easy Street Records, Fleurt, Funk3.' Janes Con- signment, JF Henry Kitchen & Tableware (open 'till 8pm), Knows Perfume, Next to Nature, North- west Art & Frame, Suite Arrange- ments, Sweetie, The Sneake. , Twi- light Artist Collective, Wallflower Custom Framing and Wild Rose's. White Center deputy breaks wrist during chase A King County Sheriff deputy fractured his wrist after falling in an attempt to apprehend a drunk driving suspect on foot in White Center on June 15, according to a press release from KCSO Sgt. John Urquhart. The 52-year-old deputy and three year KCSO veteran was treated at Valley Medical Center and is recovering at home. The incident began around 12:30 a.m. in White Center when the depu- ty tried to pull over the driver of a 1993 Cadillac DeVille for suspicion of drunk driving. There were three passengers inside the vehicle. The suspect driver refused to stop with lights and sirens from the deputy's car and a chase ensued. A few minutes later the driver pulled over and the suspect took off running. The deputy pursued the suspect on foot, grabbed a hold of his jacket and the suspect spun around causing the deputy to fall and fracture his wrist, according to the press release. The suspect escaped and the three vehicle occupants were questioned and released. Suspect is described as a black male in his 30's, 5' 10" tall and 130 lbs. Anyone with information should call the King County Sheriff's Office at (206)296-3311 or call 911. Denny International Middle School wins Math Olympiad By Patrick Robinson For the third consecutive year, students from Denny Interna- tional Middle School have won the Seattle Public Schools Math Olympiad. Principal Jeff Clark shared this news in a letter: "I am very pleased to announce that on Thursday, June 16, students from Denny International Middle School won first place overall at the Seattle Public Schools' Middle School Math Olympiad! This is the third year in a row that the Dolphins have won this city- wide math competition. The team got strong perfor- mances from all three grades: 8th and 7th Grade teams fin- ished first overall in their grade levels, while the 6th grade team finished second overall. The competition was held at Cam- pion Hall on the Seattle Univer- sity campus. The sun was out and the mathematicians from all of the schools were having fun. The students from Denny International Middle School recently took first place in Seattle Pubic Schools Math Olympiad. Congratulations to our students and to Mr. Lai, our math team coach." Patrick Robinson can be reached at pr@robinsonnews. com.