As I sit writing this column, the cheesy video for the ’90s hit from Boyz II Men, “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday,” instantly comes to mind. A technical writing job at a Fortune 500 company was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up — especially with a growing family. My wife, Melanie, and I, have our first baby due in a few short weeks.
A 20-year-old Monroe man was pulled over in the early morning of Aug. 17 after he nearly sideswiped an off-duty Sammamish police officer who was on his way home from work.
Anne Steindorf has taught math in three different states and she’s always amazed at the contrast.
Police arrested a 55-year-old Sammamish man Aug. 3 after he allegedly hit an 11-year-old boy in the back of the thigh with a baseball bat.
Detectives from the Sammamish Police Department played a major role Aug. 6 in busting up a burglary ring that stretched from Mill Creek to Beaverton, Ore.
A few months since the seeds were planted, the Sammamish Community Garden has taken off.
Issaquah police responded to a call July 27 of a child going to the bathroom in the back trunk of a BMW.
For the last 10 months Sammamish resident Greg Dale and his wife, Christina, have ventured down a path they never imagined.
Issaquah police were dispatched to a call July 23 of a male and a female possibly using a crack pipe.
Police chased down two 19-year-old males July 18 after they leapt over the fence behind Sammamish Presbyterian Church into the Knolls Apartments.
Halfway through its process of establishing an economic development plan for its Town Center, the Sammamish Council is not seeing eye to eye.
Not long and those who work in Sammamish but can’t afford to live in the city will have an opportunity to develop roots on the Plateau.
Sammamish officers were forced to taser an aggressive dog July 8 after it escaped its owner’s parked vehicle and bit an 8-year-old girl.
Sammamish’s contract with partner Eastside Fire & Rescue expires at the end of December 2014. The city is required to notify EF&R 12 months in advance if it plans to renew services with the organization.
The City of Sammamish continued to show its interest in unincorporated Klahanie and its surrounding neighborhoods earlier this week.
Sammamish Police were contacted by a landscaper July 3 who found several items of young ladies underwear behind a neighborhood sign.
More than a year’s worth of scientific research, evaluations by the Planning Commission and often heated debate between landowners and environmentalists reached a conclusion Tuesday night in Sammamish.
With a renewed emphasis on its fireworks ban, the City of Sammamish received an abnormally high number of calls over the Fourth of July holiday.
Sammamish police were called to a residence in the 1500 block of 228th Avenue Southeast June 30 after a 29-year-old man locked himself in the bathroom with knives.
The possibility Sammamish residents could one day run marijuana operations from their homes is still alive — at least for another six months.
A 50-year-old man called Sammamish police the early morning of June 21 concerned about his partner’s well being. The man said his partner, who hadn’t slept in three days, left the couple’s condo door wide open, with all the lights on and a vehicle in the garage.
Sammamish painter Jim Lamb wasn’t expecting the reaction he got from Gov. Jay Inslee a few weeks ago in Olympia.
Be warned, setting off fireworks in Sammamish this Fourth of July holiday could prove costly.