LocalNew art installation recalls mountain’s coal mining past
Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is now home to a unique land-art installation that pays tribute to the area’s coal mining past.
The project, entitled “Black Forest (29,930,000 tons),” is spread across the forest floor in the form of nearly 50,000 pounds of biochar, environmentally friendly charcoal that appears similar to the coal that was once mined from the mountain.
SportsEagles’ wings clipped
Issaquah suffers third loss to eventual state champ Garfield, settles for third
With the game on the line, the ball got into the right player’s hands, but the result didn’t go the way the Issaquah Eagles envisioned it.
Brian Watson’s contested shot from deep in the corner didn’t find its mark, and Garfield escaped with a 61-59 victory in the semifinals of the Class 4A state boys basketball tournament March 7 at the Tacoma Dome.
SchoolsIssaquah schools seek student art for calendars
NEW — 6 a.m. Feb. 28, 2014
Issaquah School District students are invited to submit their artwork for possible publication in the district’s 2014-15 student art calendar.
The calendar is distributed free of charge to every family and staff member in the district. All current students are eligible to submit up to three pieces.