In a change of venue from years past, the Cory O’Brien Memorial Fund dinner and auction will be from 5 p.m. until close on Sept. 20 at Pogacha Restaurant in Issaquah.
Eight-year-old Grace Camera of Sammamish has had a goal since kindergarten: to help Locks of Love. After three-and-a-half years, she finally had the length of hair needed to make the donation.
Western Washington University students Toni Rocco, Emily Harvey and Bethany Stead of Sammamish were honored at commencement in June as Outstanding Graduates. Faculty from each academic department selected one graduate to honor.
More than 17,000 voters will be affected by polling place changes, elections officials say. Since 2004, 141 poll sites have been consolidated or closed either because the location was not accessible to people with disabilities or the site was under utilized. Since the presidential primary held in February 2008, 20 sites were moved or in some cases demolished or impacted by construction, affecting 17,221 poll voters.
The Salmon Days festival is known for its distinctive artwork, and this year’s featured artist is Melissa Cole of Spokane. Cole was picked out of 18-20 applicants, with help from Issaquah Chamber members during a June luncheon when artwork by Cole and other candidates were displayed. Her work was said to be very representative of the area, Director of Festivals Robin Kelley said.
As speculation continues to swirl around the investigation into the stabbing death of 21-year-old Tomasz Matczak, one thing remains clear — domestic violence is a serious issue that affects people of all walks of life.
In all its glory, fanfare and controversy, the 2008 Summer Olympics have finally arrived — and they’re online! NBC is broadcasting more than 2,000 hours of live events and 3,000 hours of On-Demand recorded video over the next 17 days, and you can watch it all on your computer! Suffice it to say, the digital smorgasbord of viewable events is a techie’s dream-come-true!
Hot dogs grilling on a pink, pig-shaped grill sent wafts of delicious scent floating around as hundreds gathered at the steps of the Issaquah Police Station (and City Hall) for National Night Out on Tuesday.