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Sound Publishing recognizes and thanks all our uniformed service members, veterans and military families. During the 50th and 40th anniversary of the Vietnam war, we give special recognition, thanks and honor to our Vietnam veterans and their families.
Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed Nov. 1-8 as Washington State’s Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. During the busy holiday season, we urge all drivers to be aware of their fatigue before getting behind the wheel of a car. Get some rest and save a life.
At the Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter, we feel that with our mission to educate our readers about the candidates, we have a greater responsibility not to endorse, but to be a valued and impartial resource that will empower your vote with knowledge.
As Issaquah and Sammamish’s local news source, our mission is to educate, inform and enlighten, and to strive to be a voice for the communities. Every day our goal is to tell the stories that matter to Issaquah and Sammamish, and to provide insight into what’s affecting our diverse and evolving cities and the people who live and work there.
Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed Nov. 2-9 as Drowsy Driving Prevention Week in Washington State. While this proclamation is a significant step towards drowsy driving awareness and prevention, there is much more that needs to be done to keep this pandemic off of our roads and highways. We must change attitudes about drowsy driving first.
After the terrible explosion that tore a hole through downtown North Bend in the wee hours of April 25, I urge my fellow Eastsiders, both individually and as a business community, to come together to help not only these individual Snoqualmie Valley businesses and their employees, but also the city of North Bend in its efforts to heal and spring back.
It’s become a testy time in the backyard relations between Issaquah and Sammamish. Water, fire service and annexation issues have officials and residents of both cities finding fault with each other. It shouldn’t be this way. Beyond the shared backyard fence, there is much more that unites the two cities than separates them.
I was reminded of my trip to our nation’s capital two years ago this week. At one point on my sojourn, my nose was mere inches away from the most important document in America: The Constitution. In 1787, our founders permanently expressed in ink and sheepskin what had slowly formed in their hearts, minds and action during the 11 very challenging years before. This four-page document was the legal blueprint and defining principle of our nation — a radical ethos that started with just three very simple words. It wasn’t ‘We the Republicans’ or ‘We the Democrats.’ It wasn’t ‘We the Tea-Party’ or ‘We the Super-PACS’ and especially not ‘We the Millionaires (or their Corporations). It was ‘We the People’.