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Fifty was Mary Anne Kobylka’s magic number. She hoped to reach her 50th birthday this September.
In this economy everyone is looking for ways to save a few dollars. In many ways this urge to save is helping green causes across the country as people carpool, bike or walk, rather than spending hard earned dollars on the ever increasing price of gasoline.
The City of Issaquah's Planning Policy Commission will hold a public hearing on the Shoreline Master Plan (SMP). The draft SMP public hearing will be… Continue reading
“What a surprise to see progress bring the old alma mater to the ground.” Bob Brodel, a class of 1967 graduate, is reminiscing over his high school career at Issaquah High School. “But, progress is necessary and we all must step aside eventually.”
The City of Issaquah is currently in negotiations with The Green Car Company, which is considering a move from their current Bellevue headquarters.
An estimated 500 teenagers turned out for the second annual Sammamish Teen Fest last Friday.
The push to restore the historic Freed Farmhouse, one of the area’s oldest remaining structures and currently languishing by the side of 212th Avenue Southeast, received what could be a fatal blow Tuesday night, with the Sammamish City Council voting 4-3 against funding its relocation to the Lower Sammamish Commons.
Discovery Elementary School students Courtney Crocker, Andie Corno, Connor Sullivan, Andrew Blessington were part of a noisy and colorful farewell to junior school last week, during a party for the departing fifth graders.
The Issaquah City Council’s decision to place improving the mobility of the city’s transportation system as it’s number one goal for 2010 would have come as good news for those hoping to see alternate transit methods reduce the increasingly troublesome problem of car congestion in the flatlands.
King County has offered the city of Sammamish $750,000 to help create a program which aims to protect environmentally sensitive and significant land.
Katelyn Lewis, Kimberly Heitkamp, Ava Giovanola, Elizabeth Heitkamp, Dawn Appel, Amanda Delgado Cathleen Heitkamp, Andy McCune, Ali Elsaeidy, Keen Wong, Mark McCune, Alex Appel, Quincy Loreen, and Curt McCune, were all part of the ISC Arsenal Blue soccer team fundraising carwash for Dawn Appel and the Washington Bone Marrow fund recently.
While the Swine flu outbreak is dominating national and international news, the Washington State Department of Health has confirmed there have been no recorded cases in this state.
The Brock O’Connor College Scholarship fund is now accepting applications for the 2009 scholarship awards.
With the cut of a ribbon and the cheer of a crowd, the Issaquah Farmers Market will open tomorrow for its 19th season, heralding the arrival of fresh air, fruit and flowers.
Indie rock band Barcelona kicks off a month-long fund-raiser to support International Justice Mission and Children’s Hospital.
Fund-raising never sounded so good: Seattle indie rock band Barcelona will hold a concert this week to kick-off a month long coin drive at Pine Lake Middle School and Pacific Cascade Freshman Campus to benefit both International Justice Mission (IJM) and Children’s Hospital.
By Pauline Middlehurst There are many ways to celebrate your 16th birthday. Until now, running up 69 flights of stairs with your buddies in memory of your brother wasn’t a common one.
A special meeting of the Issaquah City Council Tuesday, Feb. 24 demonstrated that while the state and many cities throughout it may be floundering financially, Issaquah is so-far maintaining a sound budget that should lead the city through the year.
Issaquah teenager Elliot Lawrence recently served as a legislative page in the Washington State House of Representatives, under the sponsorship of Rep. Jay Rodne of North Bend.
Businesses seek flood answers from the city