Variety is the tune at Rock n Roll Burger

October 9, 2008

One of my grandmothers used to say about food, “If you don’t get it all over you, it ain’t any good.”

Well, you’ll need multiple napkins to keep from getting the burgers at Rock n Roll Burger all over you.

But that’s not the only thing that makes them delicious.

Maybe it’s the char-grilling. Maybe it’s the crisp romaine lettuce, and fresh tomatoes and onions. Maybe it’s the large, soft bun that tastes like it just came from a bakery. Maybe it’s the abundance of toppings that drip and ooze from in between meat and cheese, cheese and bun, and bun and toppings.

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Summer 2008 Issaquah Living

October 8, 2008

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Obituaries

October 8, 2008

William Charles Carey

William Charles Carey, a lifelong resident of Issaquah, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008, at Villagio Adult Family Home in Newcastle. He was 81. Read more

To The Editor

October 8, 2008

Pets on campus – Policy, while draconian, does have merit

Your editorial, “No-animal policy is out of line,” not only reeks of racism, but also misses the point. The recent decision of school district officials to prohibit all animals from Issaquah schools, while draconian, has some merit in protecting the public, most importantly, the school children. Read more

Press Editorial

October 8, 2008

Newspapers are key to our democracy

Your city budget is being impacted by the recession, just like you. Graffiti is on the rise, but does that mean gang activity is, too? The house down the street was burglarized and you only found out about it when you read the paper. Are there more empty storefronts than usual, or does it just seem that way? Thanks to an obituary notice, you were able to offer comfort to neighbors.

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Issaquah golfers knock off Liberty

October 7, 2008

Kevin Moon, of Issaquah, hits a drive on his par-4, 309-yard 8th hole tee shot that helps him birdie the hole and finish in a tie of 36 with teammate Derek Wilson , in the Eagles’ 24-stroke team victory over Liberty. By Greg Farrar

Kevin Moon, of Issaquah, hits a drive on his par-4, 309-yard 8th hole tee shot that helps him birdie the hole and finish in a tie of 36 with teammate Derek Wilson , in the Eagles’ 24-stroke team victory over Liberty. By Greg Farrar

 

On one of the last beautiful weather days of the year, local prep golfers took to the links Oct. 1 at the Maplewood Golf Course in Renton. Led by the even par performances of Kevin Moon and Derek Wilson, Issaquah defeated Liberty by 24 strokes (189-213).   Read more

Wolves fall to well-balanced Eagles

October 7, 2008

Nothing but a field goal. Plain and simple, it wasn’t nearly enough for the Eastlake Wolves.

What was anticipated to be a legitimate battle between two tough KingCo Crest Division teams proved to be a lopsided victory for the visiting Issaquah Eagles. Read more

Record number take on Rotary Run despite foul weather

October 7, 2008

Under a partially clear sky, the cordoned streets of Issaquah provided routes for more than 1,600 runners in the annual Salmon Days Rotary Run Oct. 5. It featured a variety of participants, either competing in the 5K or 10K races.

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Teacher gears up for Iron Man triathlon

October 7, 2008

At some point, you’ve likely seen Malia Greening. The 33-year old teacher from Endeavour Elementary School rides her bike all through Issaquah.

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Civil War blue and gray on display at the library

October 7, 2008

The people in costume at the Issaquah Library Saturday won’t be celebrating Halloween early. Representatives of the Washington Civil War Association, a Marysville-based organization, will wear replica Confederate and Union uniforms, and display guns and swords during a presentation at the library.

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