Roy Shultz

October 22, 2008

Roy Shultz

At 95 years of age, Roy, a three-year resident of Chewelah, said his final goodbyes on Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, with June, his wife of nearly 70 years, by his side. Read more

Richard Worth McClain

October 22, 2008

Richard Worth McClain 

Richard W. McClain, of Issaquah, died Oct. 11, 2008, at the age of 79. Read more

Patricia Fisher Goff

October 22, 2008

Patricia Fisher Goff

Patricia Fisher Goff, of Poulsbo and formerly of Issaquah, died Oct. 10, 2008. She was 77. Read more

William Burke

October 22, 2008

William Burke

William Burke passed away peacefully Sunday, Oct. 12, 2008, in Issaquah. He was in the loving company of family and friends at the time of his passing. Read more

Tigers take to Trikkes

October 22, 2008

School is first in state to try new physical education program

Tiger Mountain Community High School students are proving that you’re never too old for a Trikke.

Ed Cunningham (above left), Tiger Mountain High School physical education teacher, watches as sophomore Bryan King goes for a spin on a Trikke scooter in the covered volleyball court on campus. Senior Alec Du Bois (left) takes his turn on the Trikke. Photo by Greg Farrar.

Ed Cunningham (above left), Tiger Mountain High School physical education teacher, watches as sophomore Bryan King goes for a spin on a Trikke scooter in the covered volleyball court on campus. Senior Alec Du Bois (left) takes his turn on the Trikke. Photo by Greg Farrar.

“It’s cool,” senior Alec Du Bois said while riding a three-wheeled vehicle. “It’s different from P.E., which is just sports. We play sports all the time, and it’s nice to do something that doesn’t involve sports or running.” Read more

Eco-friendly mom adds new twist to Halloween tradition

October 22, 2008

By Makenzie Greenblatt

Halloween: healthy and environmentally friendly. Sound impossible? One Issaquah mom has made it her mission to create new traditions for children, parents and the Earth.

While trick-or-treating with her daughters in 2006, Corey Colwell-Lipson thought about how great it would be if you could tell which houses were giving out healthy treats. Already living a mostly organic and eco-friendly lifestyle, she understood that it could be time-consuming and expensive to find alternatives to traditional Halloween fare. So, she decided to mention her thoughts to the folks at Whole Foods Market in Bellevue.

“I shared it hoping that they would do something with it,” she said.

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Spartans establish their supremacy

October 22, 2008

Issaquah’s first loss is 38-0 shutout

There’s a recurring trend at Skyline High School football games: the other team doesn’t score.

It’s not that the other team is bad — certainly not the Issaquah Eagles, ranked third in the state with a record of 6-0 coming into Friday night’s showdown. Skyline is just that good. 

Jake Heaps, Skyline junior quarterback, outmaneuvers Issaquah junior defensive back Grant Gellatly in the first quarter on a keeper, for 11 yards and the Spartans’ first touchdown Oct. 17. Photo by Greg Farrar

Jake Heaps, Skyline junior quarterback, outmaneuvers Issaquah junior defensive back Grant Gellatly in the first quarter on a keeper, for 11 yards and the Spartans’ first touchdown Oct. 17. Photo by Greg Farrar

Such was the sentiment buzzing from spectators on both sides of the field at Issaquah High’s stadium as they watched the Spartans put the smack down on the Eagles. 

Skyline’s first-team defense kept its seven-game shutout streak alive with a 38-0 win

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Liberty downs Interlake, 40-12

October 22, 2008

Showdown with No. 1 Bellevue set

Greg Ericksen rushed for three touchdowns in leading the Liberty High School Patriots to a 40-12 homecoming win against Interlake Oct. 17. 

With the victory, the Patriots remain tied with Bellevue for first place in Read more

Skyline outpaces Liberty, Issaquah in annual meet

October 22, 2008

Simon Sorensen (above left), Skyline junior, and sophomore Kyle Branch catch their breath, as they and Liberty junior Eric Bice (right) finish in the top three in the boys’ race at the Oct. 15 all-Issaquah School District cross country meet hosted by the Patriots. Haley Hunter (left), of Skyline, laughs with teammates after winning the girls’ race. Photo by Greg Farra 

 

Simon Sorensen (above left), Skyline junior, and sophomore Kyle Branch catch their breath, as they and Liberty junior Eric Bice (right) finish in the top three in the boys’ race at the Oct. 15 all-Issaquah School District cross country meet hosted by the Patriots. Haley Hunter (left), of Skyline, laughs with teammates after winning the girls’ race. Photo by Greg Farra

 On a cool and overcast afternoon, Skyline High School defeated rivals Liberty and Issaquah in their annual nonleague cross country meet Oct. 5. Read more

Community Calendar

October 22, 2008

Events 

Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway this fall to plant native trees from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., with half-day options also available, Oct. 25 at Lake Sammamish State Park. No experience is required. Learn more or sign up at www.mtsgreenway.org or call 206-812-0122.

Dive-in Movie Night is from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Julius Boehm Pool. The cost Read more

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