We are told it is a time for change in our nation, but what about our state?
It was very heartwrenching to read the story of the Albrechts and their home that they hope to save in the Town Center.
On the front page of the March 28 edition of the Reporter, the adorable little Miss Mirabella Ross (age 11 months) was pictured reaching for a new beanie baby. Mirabella had a big, red bump on her head after a nasty fall and was brought by her parents to our Emergency Department to get checked out. Fortunately, she was just fine and left us a happy little girl, chewing eagerly on the beanie baby she received on her way out.
The King County Charter is currently open for a review that occurs once every 10 years. The Charter Review Commission has been gathering information and deliberating, and will soon forward amendments they endorse to the County Council. The Council will consider those recommendations, then decide which amendments will be placed on the ballot this fall. The voters will have the final say.
ArtWalk Issaquah: 5-9 p.m. the first Friday of the month, May 2-Sept. 5. Features more than 20 art venues, live music and more. Front Street, Issaquah.
Artwalk, Salmon Days art deadline
A group of sixth-graders at Christa McAuliffe Elementary school waltzed, salsa-ed and merengeued their way across the dance floor during a recent school day.
Hundreds of students, staff, parents and community members gathered at Issaquah Valley Elementary School last week for the school’s first-ever Multicultural Fair.
Spare some change?
The whole school and many family members turned out on March 24 for Sammamish Christian School egg drop contest. Students from kindergarten through fifth grade, designed containers in an effort to keep their eggs intact after a 15-foot fall. Students in grades three through five also had the challenge of engineering a contraption where the egg was visible.
The past presidents and current members of Rotary of Sammamish recently gathered to celebrate their five-year anniversary.
The Issaquah Softball 9-10 Tigers blanked the Eastlake Wildcats 17-0 on April 24. Ellie Hendrickson and Sydney Schultz had key kits and
The Skyline girls finished in second place out of 74 teams Saturday at the Lake Washington Invitational earning 45 points. Gig Harbor won the meet with 70, while West Valley of Yakima was third with 44.5.
Pitching, pitching, pitching.
An impressive push to the playoffs continued for the Eastlake baseball team Monday afternoon.
The City Council on Tuesday continued deliberations over proposed changes to mitigation fees, which could go up exponentially.
A 37-year-old Renton woman was arrested for investigation of theft after $255 in cash was taken from a cash register at 3:58 p.m. on April 23 at the Home Depot 6200 East Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E.
Honeywell scholars, grants and more
Edward Jones Financial advisor Jana Williams’ career path has been interesting, to say the least.