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Opening this year on April 10, the Issaquah Farmer’s Market is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is anticipating an array of new vendors to join an extensive variety of organic produce, specialty foods, hand crafted arts and crafts, special events and weekly entertainment.
For me, as a dietitian and health counselor who has worked with children for many years, carbonated drinks rank almost as high as tobacco products and alcohol in their potential to cause great harm, especially at a young age.
On Sunday, Feb. 28, Bake’s Place at Providence Point in Issaquah will host a fundraiser for the Uncompensated Care Fund for Families in Need at Seattle Childrens Hospital.
In this, the first of a two-part series, Sammamish Heritage Society’s Phil Dougherty takes a wander back through the Sammamish Plateau of the 1960s - a place very different from the Plateau we all know today.
Eastlake High School will be hosting their annual Drama Club Silent Auction at 7 p.m., Feb. 19, in the Eastlake High School Commons.
We’ve all done it, the kid comparisons.
Nancy Morris is a brave woman. There aren't many moms who would willingly volunteer to have her house invaded by eight hungry and hyperactive young boys between the ages of 9 and 11 once a week.
The rain held off and the sun came out briefly to bless Liberty High School's homecoming parade on Friday afternoon.
The Rotary group was recognizing those young men and women who have excelled in the fields of science and math, and distinguished themselves as leaders in their school, as caring and passionate people, and as supporters of their friends and peers.
What do Rover, Fluffy, or Bubbles have to do with your heart health? Apparently a lot!
Yoga has a long, rich history in India (as long as 5,000 years) where a vast majority of the practitioners are men.
A group of Eastside artists, known as the Sammi 7, launched their latest exhibition at Up Front Gallery in downtown Issaquah at Friday evening's ArtWalk event.
Alexis Chavez has lived in New York, Hawaii, Japan and Africa. She has an honorary Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Conservation from The New School in New York City, has worked as a veterinary nurse at Tribeca Soho Animal Hospital, is a part time welder, and is proficient in American Sign Language and Japanese. Oh, and she's learning Afrikaans.
A group of Eastside artists, known as the Sammi 7, will open their latest collection during an opening reception tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. at Up Front Gallery at 48 Front Street N. during this month’s ArtWalk.
The 21st annual “Chocolate, Wine and All That Jazz” event held on Thursday, July 23, at Boehm’s Candies in Issaquah.
An estimated 500 teenagers turned out for the second annual Sammamish Teen Fest last Friday.
Tastin’ n Racin’ is celebrating its 13th anniversary starting today, June 5 on Lake Sammamish State Park.
On Sunday, May 31, the Chris Elliott Fund for Glioblastoma Brain Cancer Research, along with Snoqualmie Casino, will host “Stand-Up Against Brain Cancer Comedy Show and After Party.”
Students take on recycling program and reduce waste, boost reuse, win award
The Day of the Three Thunderstorms may sound like the title of an ancient fable, or a mythical tale of mother earth and winds and messages sent down from above.