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H1N1 vaccine supplies limited – shots available for priority groups

According to the Seattle and King County Public Health Department, due to the national delays in production, demand for the H1N1 vaccine in King County currently outweighs the supply.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Lederman’s chicken interest in no flight(less) of fancy. She is seriously schooled when it comes to the science of these friendly fowl.

Chicken? Not this Pine Lake student in the running for national video prize

Every student has a slightly different idea of what their education means to them, and what they hope it will bring them to in the future. For some it is about understanding the old masters of arts and literature. For others, the science of the body or the planets is what school is all about.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Lederman’s chicken interest in no flight(less) of fancy. She is seriously schooled when it comes to the science of these friendly fowl.

Community Brief – Symphony opener

The Eastside Symphony and the Concert Opera of Seattle have announced their season opener, “Rigoletto,” 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Redmond Performing Arts Center, 17272 NE 104th, Redmond.

  • Dec 19, 2011

Theater production at Liberty opens Friday

The Liberty High School Patriot Players present "Zap," by Paul Fleischman, Nov. 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 21 at 2:30 p.m. in the Liberty Auditorium.

  • Dec 19, 2011
In September Frank Blau led a group on a one mile walk along the paths of Beaver Lake Park.

Want to explore Sammamish?

Eager to make the most of its stunning natural resources, the City of Sammamish has been holding a series of “Sammamish Walks” — exploring the tracks and trails of the Plateau.

  • Dec 19, 2011
In September Frank Blau led a group on a one mile walk along the paths of Beaver Lake Park.

Great event for young and old in downtown Issaquah

On Saturday, Dec. 5, the Issaquah History Museums will host its annual holiday open house at the Issaquah Train Depot, 50 Rainier Boulevard North.

  • Dec 19, 2011

Acting quickly can save your poisoned pooch

Luke is a happy-go-lucky 11 month old Golden Retriever who loves everybody and everything in life. He has a permanent smile that is absolutely contagious.

  • Dec 19, 2011

History Museums hike Saturday

On Saturday, Oct. 24, Issaquah History Museums volunteer Stephen Grate will lead an interpretive hike of the Issaquah-Superior mine site. This walking tour will focus on the operations of the Issaquah & Superior Mining Company, from the 1860s until the 1920s, and will visit the remains of mine entrances from this era.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Modern Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic pagan festival of Samhain

Halloween’s past haunts Issaquah business

Cries of "trick or treat" and children scurrying door-to-door in fanciful costumes are typically the way today's Halloween is celebrated, but for one Issaquah business-owner… Continue reading

Modern Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic pagan festival of Samhain

The pros and cons of fish

Less than half of all Americans eat fish on a regular basis, and if they do, it’s usually at restaurants. This is unfortunate, since fish has significant health benefits. Even the consumption of small portions can help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Issaquah High School student Sarah Morsi has devoted her time to helping the non-profit Bellevue Bontanical Garden

Issaquah student devotes time to TIPS

As a junior at Issaquah High School, Sarah Morsi was looking for an opportunity to get involved in her community. She stumbled across a non-profit organization for youth called Teens In Public Service, better known as TIPS.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Issaquah High School student Sarah Morsi has devoted her time to helping the non-profit Bellevue Bontanical Garden
This popular photograph by Grand Ridge student Sid Thiagarajan was one of the many fantastic works on display as part of the school's Reflections Art Program.

Grand Ridge students explore the beauty of art

For the past few weeks, the walls of Grand Ridge Elementary School in the Issaquah Highlands has been transformed into a bright and vibrant art gallery, with students hanging their works as part of the Reflections Art Program.

This popular photograph by Grand Ridge student Sid Thiagarajan was one of the many fantastic works on display as part of the school's Reflections Art Program.

‘Nightmare at Beaver Lake’ returns

The Rotary Club of Sammamish and Scare Productions will present the 6th annual outdoor/indoor haunted attraction, Nightmare at Beaver Lake, Oct. 23 through Oct. 31 at Beaver Lake Park in Sammamish.

  • Dec 19, 2011

Bullying catches up with the 21st century

Internet technology has taken the age-old problem of bullying to a new and troubling level.

  • Dec 19, 2011
The Issaquah Highlands Green Halloween Block Party

‘Green’ Halloween party in Highlands this Sat.

The Issaquah Highlands are planning a frightfully good time Saturday, Oct. 24 for their 9th annual Green Halloween Block Party.Pony rides, a hay maze, pumpkin… Continue reading

The Issaquah Highlands Green Halloween Block Party
Kiwanian Warren Huckabay mans the cashiers table at the very popular 2008 ski and sport swap.

Kiwanis ski and sport swap this Saturday

The annual Sammamish Kiwanis ski and sport swap will be held between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 24, in the Pine Lake Covenant Church’s gym at 1715 228th Ave SE.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Kiwanian Warren Huckabay mans the cashiers table at the very popular 2008 ski and sport swap.
Endeavour Elementary School Principal Kathy Connally said she was very proud that her students managed to submit entries in every discipline - from painting

The Jaguars get their claws into art

The students of Endeavour Elementary School on the Issaquah-Fall City Road have proven in that past that they have a keen interest in the arts and in being creative.

Endeavour Elementary School Principal Kathy Connally said she was very proud that her students managed to submit entries in every discipline - from painting
Runners in the Eastside Catholic High School Bamba Dash were raising money to support a partnership between the Sammamish school and two schools in Bamba

Sammamish students reach out to their peers in Africa

Eastside Catholic High School is an institution constantly seeking to understand its place in the wider world.

Runners in the Eastside Catholic High School Bamba Dash were raising money to support a partnership between the Sammamish school and two schools in Bamba

How to chose the right care for a loved one?

When the time comes for a senior to get help in their home or move from their home, many families find themselves feeling completely overwhelmed.

  • Dec 19, 2011
The exhibition includes not only many examples of the famous Indian garment

The art of India

Though city halls are not known as being places of great art and beauty, the City of Sammamish Arts Commissions is working to change that.

The exhibition includes not only many examples of the famous Indian garment