the win over Roosevelt. Marissa Guches and Kimi Pohlman also had RBI hits. Katie Bunger earned the victory.
Seventy-degree temperatures and clear skies set the ideal stage for Eastlake’s inaugural track and field invitational on Saturday.
Brittany Tallman’s decision was a difficult one.
Life is the craziest it has ever been for Mona Locke, even more so than her eight years serving as Washington’s first lady.
An Issaquah police officer conducting a vehicle prowl emphasis at 4:14 a.m. on April 10 in the 4600 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway observed a suspicious male near a vehicle and requested other units respond to the area.
A judge last week adjourned a hearing in the appeal of the certificate of need issued to Swedish Medical Center for a new 175-bed hospital in the Issaquah Highlands.
A juvenile was cited for drinking at 7:10 p.m. on April 9 in the 100 block of Newport Way Northwest. The juvenile’s companion, a 23-year-old North Bend man, was cited for furnishing liquor to minors.
A 26-year-old Federal Way man was arrested for driving under the influence after getting into an accident at 10 a.m. on April 9 at the intersection of Sahalee Drive and Sahalee Way.
Master Chorus Eastside, along with four other performing arts groups, will present “Glorious!” at 2 p.m. on April 27 in the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium at Benaroya Hall. In a festival-style format, the event will showcase the solo and combined talents of Master Chorus Eastside, Cantaré Vocal Ensemble, Seattle Bach Choir, Choral Arts and the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra.
If you have driven by the Highlands lately, something new may have caught your eye — all the trees that disappeared.
With an understandable bit of regret about the bright, sunny weather they were missing, City Council members and department heads buckled down and got to work last weekend during the city’s annual goal setting retreat.
The consultant who came to do the report was biased, and had an agenda before he even arrived here. His “unbiased report” is anything but. When I spoke with him for his report, he had asked if I had bought his book within the first five minutes. During our conversation, he constantly mentioned his book.
Our nation’s housing markets have been hit hard, and consumers are trying to stay afloat during the fallout of the subprime mortgage crisis.
The 2008 legislative session ended on March 13. With the many challenges facing our state in transportation, education and health care, we were hopeful to make progress on these and other issues this year.
Sammamish residents are invited to help plan and/or be part of the Sammamish Farmers Market Diversity Days. The first meeting will be from 2-3 p.m. on April 27 at the Sammamish Library meeting room. The market starts May 21 and goes through Oct. 1. For more information about the market, see firstname.lastname@example.org. To volunteer, e-mail email@example.com or come to the meeting. From 2-6 p.m. on May 7, the city will host a “rock party” to remove rocks from the viewing area for the Fourth on the Plateau. The work will be followed by a barbecue for volunteers. To register, e-mail Dawn Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Super Salmon Sleuths”: 9:30-11:30 a.m. April 14 and May 12. Science program for preschoolers features slide show, exploration station, art projects, story time and fish feeding. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Presented by Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery. Cost: $5 per child. Registration required. Watershed Science Center, 125 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah. 425-392-8025, email@example.com or www.issaquahfish.org.
After months of raising and carefully monitoring hundreds of fry, students of Clark Elementary let them go last week.
How much is enough?
Money? Sex? Friends? Don’t get too excited. We’re talking exercise.