Public Meetings

September 21, 2010

Sept. 22

Human Services Commission

7 p.m.

Coho Room, City Hall

130 E. Sunset Way Read more

Who’s News

September 21, 2010

EFR honors longtime county medical services director

Tom Hearne

The board of directors for Eastside Fire & Rescue recognized Tom Hearne, retired King County Emergency Medical Services director, for his accomplishments and contributions during the regularly scheduled meeting Sept. 9.

Hearne has served in the Emergency Medical Services Division of King County since 1978, and in the role of director from 1996-2009.

“No one has done more to advance pre-hospital care over the last 10 years in King County,” said EFR Chief Lee Soptich. Read more

Service commemorates fallen Americans

September 21, 2010

When President Obama asked for Americans to spend a day of service in commemoration fallen countrymen, Issaquah residents responded to the call.

On Sept. 11, hundreds of men and woman from three congregations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered almost 6,000 pounds of food from local grocery stores. Many went door to door, picking up cans that had been left out for pickup. Read more

Community Calendar

September 21, 2010

Events

A writer’s open house is from 6-9 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Hailstone Feed Store, 232 Front St. N. Registration is not required, but appreciated. See a complete fall schedule at www.writetotheedge.com.

The Issaquah branch of the American Association of University Women’s first general membership meeting is its fall potluck at 6 p.m. Sept. 23 at the King County Library Service Center, 960 Newport Way N.W. The AAUW’s mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. E-mail issaquah@aauw-wa.org.

Habitat for Humanity’s 11th annual Garage Sale is from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sept. 24-25 at Faith United Methodist Church 3924 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road. All proceeds go toward new home-building projects.

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College News

September 21, 2010

Local students graduate from University of Idaho

The following local students recently graduated from the University of Idaho, in Moscow, Idaho.

Issaquah: Katie Kofmehl, Juris Doctor; Timothy Ganahl, Bachelor of Science, business; and Benjamin Cote, Bachelor of Science, mathematics

Renton: David Alford, Bachelor of Science, computer engineering

Sammamish: Michael Johnson, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Elizabeth Last, bachelor’s degree, general studies; and Caroline Hartcorn, bachelor’s degree, general studies Read more

Howard Karl Kosog

September 21, 2010

Howard Kosog

Howard Karl Kosog, of Issaquah, died at the Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010. He was 50.

For service details, call the funeral home or go to www.flintofts.com. Read more

Beavers no match for Eagles in 53-0 rout

September 21, 2010

New stadium dedicated to former coach Gary Moore

Taylor Wyman, Issaquah senior running back, squeezes between Ballard’s Matt Deehring and Eric Brake to score the second of his three touchdowns. By Greg Farrar

During the first play after the opening kickoff between Issaquah High School and Ballard Sept. 17, Issaquah senior quarterback Ethan Kalin connected with senior wide receiver Evan Peterson on a 67-yard touchdown pass. Read more

Mary Irene Loveridge

September 21, 2010

Mary Loveridge

Mary Irene Loveridge, of Issaquah, died Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010, at Overlake Hospital with her family by her side. She was 82.

On April 10, 1928, Mary was born to Henry Lawrence and Lily Poshar in Seattle. She spent her school years in Seattle, continuing on to attend the University of Washington. She relocated for a period of time to attend Stephens College in Missouri, graduating May 27, 1947, with an Associate of Arts degree. Read more

Carol Eileen Miller

September 21, 2010

Carol Eileen Miller, of Renton and formerly of Issaquah, lost her nearly four-year battle with colon cancer on Aug. 11, 2010, in Kirkland. She was 65.

Carol’s last days were spent at Evergreen Hospital’s Hospice Center with her family by her side. Read more

Eastlake snaps Issaquah’s streak

September 21, 2010

Boys golf  preview

Issaquah High School boys golf coach Tom Bakamus knew his team would have to play its best match of the season to beat Eastlake Sept. 16 at the Sahalee Country Club.

The Eagles had a solid effort, but Eastlake proved too strong as the host Wolves captured the 4A KingCo Conference match.

Eastlake won with 193 strokes to Issaquah’s 211. Issaquah had a four-match KingCo win streak snapped in the process.

Spencer Weiss, of Eastlake, was the medalist with a 1-over-par 37. Alex Ciszewski topped the Eagles with a 40.

Nevertheless, Issaquah’s young squad is off to a strong start. Six seniors graduated from last year’s team, and the Eagles lost another player who moved to Florida.

“We are inexperienced, but deep with the sophomore class,” Bakamus said. Read more

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