The group Friends of Michelle will be at the Sammamish Farmers Market from 4 to 6 p.m. today, sharing Michelle’s story, accepting donations and handing out flyers and chocolate kisses.
Good things sometimes come in very large packages.
Such seems to be the case in a large “you scratch my back, I scratch your back” proposal Mayor Ava Frisinger presented to the Issaquah City Council last night.
It’s one thing to learn about geology from a book. It’s another thing to learn about it from experience.
That’s the theory behind Grand Classroom, a travel company that specializes in educational trips to the Grand Canyon and other locations, including Yellowstone, and recently, Costa Rica.
Three teachers at Eastside Catholic High School, each previously recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers as the state’s Outstanding Biology Teacher of the Year, launched a new class this fall.