To The Editor

May 26, 2009

County charter

Editorial missed the point on   amendment protecting open space Read more

EADS to move Issaquah services to Bellevue as a result of cuts

May 26, 2009

Elder and Adult Day Services will see the state reduce its Medicaid funding by 60 percent. Deep cuts could cause the organization to lose $86,000 per month in a worst-case scenario brought on by state cuts. Read more

Endeavour walkathon raises nearly $19,000

May 26, 2009

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Ready. Set. Walk. Endeavour Elementary School students took a walk on the wild side May 15 for their walkathon. By Jean Colleran

Endeavour Elementary School families took a walk on the wild side at this year’s school walkathon May 15.

The event raised about $19,000 for the school’s PTSA, but was more than a fundraiser, students and parents said. 

“It is important to turn out for it, because it shows how much the kids appreciate each other and how much the kids appreciate everything in the school,” said Kayleigh Ramos, a third-grader who walked 12 laps. Read more

Issaquah Chevrolet remains open

May 26, 2009

 

Michael’s Chevrolet of Issaquah will remain open, as it was not one of the 1,200 General Motors dealerships in the nation that received closure notices. Read more

Skyline relay teams power girls to another track title

May 26, 2009

Kasen Williams wins three individual titles

Kasen Williams, of Skyline, soars through the air May 2 during the long-jump competition at the Shoreline Invitational. By Christopher Huber

Kasen Williams, of Skyline, soars through the air May 2 during the long-jump competition at the Shoreline Invitational. By Christopher Huber

The Skyline High School girls track team used an old formula again May 23 to capture the 4A Sea-King District championship — the relays.

Skyline won two relays, and that helped spark the Spartans to a fifth district title at the Southwest Athletic Complex in Seattle.

Skyline finished with 80.5 points to beat out Inglemoor and rival Issaquah. Inglemoor finished second with 73 points and Issaquah was third with 71.

The Skyline boys team, led by Kasen Williams, had a strong showing, too. The Spartans finished second with 73 points, just getting edged by Inglemoor, which had 75.5 points.

In the 3A District meet, also held at Southwest Athletic Complex, the Liberty boys team finished fourth but had two district champions.

Now, local athletes hone their skills for the state meet, which runs May 28-30 at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma. This will be the first time in seven years the 3A and 4A championships will be on the west side of the state instead of in Pasco. Read more

City Council votes to extend height limit on land near park & ride

May 26, 2009

Officials took steps last week to allow new construction in the Issaquah Highlands: taller buildings near the Highlands Drive Park & Ride and a gas station. Read more

Public meetings

May 26, 2009

 

May 27

Human Services Commission

7-9 p.m.

Coho Room, City Hall

130 E. Sunset Way Read more

School district surveys Winterbrook Farm property

May 26, 2009

Issaquah School District officials have hired a surveying company to evaluate the boundaries of its Winterbrook Farm property so they can install a fence. Read more

Low opening day turnout good news for local anglers

May 26, 2009

Eastside Fishing Report

Dallas Cross

Dallas Cross

The Eastside, lowland lakes trout season opened on the last weekend in April and because of cool weather has seen fewer fishermen than in past years.

This is good news, because the lakes have been well-stocked and, with continuing plants, should offer excellent fishing. Consequently, Rattlesnake, Pine and Beaver lakes have had lower than usual fishing pressure. Those who did fish them had good success, which should continue into the summer. Large triploid rainbow trout are still there to be caught. The limit is five trout and all caught with bait must be kept. Read more

William (Bill) Lawrence

May 26, 2009

Bill Lawrence

Bill Lawrence

William (Bill) Lawrence, a longtime Issaquah real estate broker and resident, died Wednesday, May 20, 2009, in Issaquah. He was 90.

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