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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.
A 63-year-old Los Angeles woman contacted police June 12 after suspecting someone of breaking into her deceased mother's Sammamish home to "mess with her."
On paper, it sounds like an insurmountable amount of time, but as Eastlake student speaker Bryce Barlow pointed out during Monday's graduation ceremony at Key Arena, time flies by too quickly.
If the city of Issaquah isn't interested, the city of Sammamish made it official they are.
Tucker Russell hopes for a little bit of “kismet” this weekend — in more ways than one.
A Sammamish woman contacted police June 7 after finding a gallon of fat-free milk surrounded by rocks on her front doorstep.
Police responded to a call May 27 of a 4-year-old Sammamish boy falling through the screen of a second story window.
The Sammamish City Council settled a war of words at its June 4 meeting
A former youth minister, Kirsten Vienneau always heard the same thing from high school students when she asked what they did over the weekend.
Police responded to a call of a man sitting in his neighbor’s yard May 22 in a lawn chair.
Representatives from the city of Issaquah recently tried to assure their neighbors to the north there's no reason to worry about the potential injection of stormwater runoff into an aquifer that serves 54,000 Sammamish residents.
Margie Vines proudly opened a manila envelope and pulled out a certificate sent to her parents in 1942.
Alcohol use and binge drinking among students in the Issaquah School District — especially high school seniors — is well above average according to the state’s most recent Healthy Youth Survey.
A Sammamish woman called police May 7 after finding crude drawing spray-painted in red in front of her home.
Jack Callahan undoubtedly has a busy schedule. A member of Eastlake’s varsity soccer team, the senior is knee-deep preparing for final exams, graduation and his next step at the University of Washington.
Detectives from the Sammamish Police Department, Burien Police Department and the King County Sheriff’s Office, along with the KCSO SWAT team arrested three people and recovered a stolen AR-15 rifle, a shotgun and over 1,000 rounds of ammunition late Thursday evening and early Friday morning in connection with a May 8 burglary.
The Seattle May Day protest was benign. There was only some sign waving here and some chanting over there. Television reporters remained persistent, filling dead air with words like “violence” and “mobs.” In reality, viewers were treated to dramatic live coverage of nothing. However, the TV guys finally proved if you Wag the Dog long enough, it will bite back.
Residents can expect a mix of old and new May 15 when Sammamish hosts its first farmers market of 2013.