LaDonna J. Henninger

April 6, 2009

LaDonna J. Henninger

LaDonna J. Henninger

LaDonna J. Henninger died April 2, 2009, at her Oak Harbor home. She was 74. Read more

Charles Elwood Heib

April 6, 2009

Charles Elwood Heib

 

Charles Elwood Heib

 

Charles Elwood Heib died Wednesday April 1, 2009, at home in Issaquah. He was 67.

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Mary E. Lewis

April 6, 2009

death-lewismary-20090400Mary E. Lewis   

Mary E. Lewis, of Issaquah, loving mother to Mary Lou and Donald Lewis, died Monday, April 6, 2009, at her home. She was 95. Read more

Madeline J. Hart

April 6, 2009

Madeline HartMadeline Hart

 

Madeline J. Hart, of Sammamish, formerly of Spring Hill, Fla., and Northford, Conn., died April 1, 2009. She was 81. Read more

Alexis Dee Becker Chandler

April 6, 2009

death-chandler-20090400Alexis Dee Becker Chandler, of Sammamish, died at home Wednesday, April 1, 2009, after a long and courageous battle against breast cancer. She was 62. Read more

Adra P. Berry

April 6, 2009

Adra Berry 

Adra Berry

Adra P. Berry, of Preston, died at home in Preston Wednesday, April 1, 2009. She was 82. Read more

Barbara Ann Abbott

April 6, 2009

Barbara Ann Abbott, of Fall City, died March 31, 2009, at Briarwood Health Center in Issaquah, after a monthlong battle with pneumonia and cardiovascular complications. She was 76.

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Pistachios recalled after salmonella outbreak

April 6, 2009

Under an electron microscope, a magnified view shows salmonella bacteria invading human cells. webmd.com

Under an electron microscope, a magnified view shows salmonella bacteria invading human cells. webmd.com

A national recall of pistachio products due to a salmonella outbreak at a California company has proven hit and miss in Issaquah.

The Food and Drug Administration and the California Department of Public Health are investigating contamination of products sold by Setton Pistachio, of Terra Bella Inc., Calif. Read more

Learn the five deadly myths about stress

April 6, 2009

Each year, millions of Americans die of stress-related illnesses. Heart disease, strokes and even some forms of cancer may be caused by stress in certain individuals. Read more

Liberty shines at invitational

April 6, 2009

Josh Twaddle, Skyline senior, controls the ball in the first half against Bellevue players. He scored once in the first half and twice in the second half for just the second hat trick in school history. By Christopher Hube  Josh Twaddle, Skyline senior, controls the ball in the first half against Bellevue players. He scored once in the first half and twice in the second half for just the second hat trick in school history. By Christopher Hube

 

Michael Smith will take the sun any day. The warm weather and the first appearance of spring made the April 4 Liberty High Invitational a joy for the Patriots coach, his athletes and fans at the meet. Weather-wise, it was quite a contrast from last year’s meet, when Smith had to shovel snow off the track hours before the event began.

“The sun felt pretty good. I think, overall, we had a fun meet. We had eight teams show up. We had hamburgers and hot dogs, the athletes got medals and the meet was over by 2 p.m. For me, that’s a good meet,” Smith said.

The Liberty boys finished second in the team standings behind Everett. The Sea Gulls had 173 points and Liberty, with many athletes still exhausted from a grueling 3A KingCo Conference meet at Bellevue two days before, was second with 163. Liberty defeated Bellevue 78.5-73.5. Read more

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