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Six-year-old Lucas Forsgren was one of the many youngsters determined not to let the bad weather keep them away from the chocolate.

YMCA hosts their biggest ever egg hunt

Thanks to the Sammamish YMCA for sending in this great photos from their EGGstravaganza event on Easter weekend recently.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Six-year-old Lucas Forsgren was one of the many youngsters determined not to let the bad weather keep them away from the chocolate.

Eastlake High School drama

Eastlake High School Drama Team will present You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Revised) by Clark Gesner, based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Most memory loss has nothing to do with Alzheimer’s disease

Simple lifestyle changes can boost your memory

Do you ever find yourself at the grocery store struggling to remember what you came for? Are you forgetting birthdays and lunch dates? If these situations sound familiar to you, you’re not alone.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Most memory loss has nothing to do with Alzheimer’s disease

Taking a vacation? Send your pet on one, too!

It takes a lot to plan a vacation; plane tickets and hotel rooms must be reserved, time-off from work needs to be secured. Have you made sure to pack everything you need? Who’ll drive you to the airport? How will your plants get watered.

  • Dec 19, 2011

Realtor studies up on trends in sustainability

Sammamish Realtor Dan Edwards, with Northstone Real Estate, was recently awarded the National Association of Realtors Green Designation, the only green real estate professional designation recognized by the association.

  • Dec 19, 2011

New community redefines what it means to be green

Twenty years ago, the idea of a “green” home would have called to mind a different image of what we know today.

  • Dec 19, 2011

Now is the time to discover your green thumb outdoors

Now that it’s officially springtime, many Issaquah and Sammamish residents are preparing to spend quality time in their gardens.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Having a good time at the cleanup at Pine Lake Park were Jack Eberhardt

Earth Day continues to add a green tinge in Issaquah and Sammamish

Nearby Seattle is a big part of the history of what is now a global phenomenon - Earth Day. It was in that city in 1969 that U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin first announced a coordinated, nationwide protest designed to push the environment into the public focus.

Having a good time at the cleanup at Pine Lake Park were Jack Eberhardt

Earth Day events

The Reporter is pleased to donate a portion of the revenue from this Earth Day feature to Earth Day events in Issaquah and Sammamish. The City of Sammamish.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Hot Yoga’s Carina Ostebovik works conducts a session of Pranassage yoga.

Prassange yoga brings sense of connectedness to devotees

Front Street in downtown Issaquah buzzes with activity throughout the day.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Hot Yoga’s Carina Ostebovik works conducts a session of Pranassage yoga.
Meice Xu

English speaking skills the focus of Sammamish library program

Learning English is never easy. Especially when you’ve only been in the country for a few months. Especially when you’ve spoken a different language for your entire life.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Meice Xu

Village Theatre celebrates local success with 2 for 1 ticket deal

For those people who still haven't seen the Village Theatre's production of "Stunt Girl," this week is the perfect time to catch it before it moves on.

  • Dec 19, 2011
The Rotary Club of Issaquah's Student of the Month awardees Christie Hester

Rotary names its students of the month

The Rotary Club of Issaquah was pleased to announce its Student of the Month awardees at their weekly meeting at Tibbetts Creek Manor on Tuesday.

The Rotary Club of Issaquah's Student of the Month awardees Christie Hester

Entertainment Calendar – March 13

Entertainment Calendar

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Maria Loretan

Issaquah soccer club takes up the fight against leukemia

Until September of 2007, Dawn Appel was just another one of those Moms - the kind who somehow balance a demanding job with keeping the home fires burning, and still find time to stand on the sidelines of sporting fields and cheer for their children.

Maria Loretan
Joan Murphy and her son Chris perform a fire response during CERT training in Sammamish.

Being prepared – not just for boy scouts

We have all become very familiar with the lists of supplies to have on hand at home in case of an emergency — lanterns, extra batteries, non-perishable food, plenty of water, etc.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Joan Murphy and her son Chris perform a fire response during CERT training in Sammamish.
Kelly Staton hangs one of the last paintings to go up ahead of tonight’s University House art exhibition opening.

Something for the art lovers

As soon as you walk into the lobby and see two enormous works by internationally famous glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, you can tell that the University House is a place for great art.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Kelly Staton hangs one of the last paintings to go up ahead of tonight’s University House art exhibition opening.

Eastside Entertainment Calendar – Feb. 27

Eastside Entertainment

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Set smart goals

Did you set goals or resolutions on January 1, but lost steam? You’re in good company. 80 percent of people who set New Year’s resolutions are in the same boat and don’t ever achieve their goal.

  • Dec 19, 2011
Sharing the experience of travel  with family is becoming a popular option for grandparents.

Take your loved-ones with you on those special trips

Have you ever returned from a trip anxious to share your stories and pictures with family members, only to be disappointed as you’re going through them?

  • Dec 19, 2011
Sharing the experience of travel  with family is becoming a popular option for grandparents.