Who’s News

January 12, 2010

Issaquah Realtors honored

Dave Paremski and Bob Richards, of Windermere Issaquah, were honored Dec. 3 by the Seattle King County REALTORS with its REALTOR Community Service award. Read more

Scoreboard

January 12, 2010

Prep boys basketball

4A KingCo Conference Read more

‘The Shadow Box’ is now playing at Skyline High School

January 12, 2010

UPDATED — 10:53 a.m. Jan. 15, 2010

The Skyline drama team opens its performance of the 1977 Tony award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Shadow Box” at 7 p.m. Jan. 13 at the school’s Lyceum Theatre. Read more

Kaete Kyncl

January 12, 2010

Kaete Kyncl, of Sammamish, died at home Jan. 8, 2010. She was 89. Read more

High schools go toe to toe in first Stinky Sneaker Tournament

January 12, 2010

Break out the gold, or green, and get to Bellevue College for the inaugural Stinky Sneaker Tournament. Read more

Students enjoy ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

January 12, 2010

the Wild Things Are’ obstacle course that physical education teacher Polly Vaughn designed as part of the final day of their gymnastics unit. By Chantelle Lusebrink

the Wild Things Are’ obstacle course that physical education teacher Polly Vaughn designed as part of the final day of their gymnastics unit. By Chantelle Lusebrink

Tumbling through the jungle, flying through houses and hoops and spying on wild things were just a few of the things Maple Hills Elementary School students did before winter break Dec. 17.

For a few precious days, students celebrated the end of their gymnastics unit in their physical education class with teacher Polly Vaughn, by participating in an elaborate obstacle course designed to take students to another world — “Where the Wild Things Are.”

“It’s fun for students. They see the movies, they read the books and I use that to connect with them,” Vaughn said. “This gives them something special to look forward to here and something they can pretend with. Here, they’re Max, pretending to go through the land of the Wild Things.” Read more

Volunteer call

January 12, 2010

Hopelink: Work at any of its centers in Shoreline, Carnation, Kirkland/Northshore, Redmond or Bellevue, sorting food in its food banks; helping adults learn to read, do basic math, study for GED exams or learn English as a second language; providing child care and homework tutoring to children in housing facilities; delivering food to homebound clients; or answering phones and helping with administrative tasks. The Kirkland/Northshore is in particular need of food sorters and shelf stockers for its grocery store-style food bank. Register at www.hope-link.org/takeaction/volunteer or call 869-6066. Registration for orientation is necessary, as space is limited; seating is first-come, first-served so please arrive promptly. Read more

To The Editor

January 12, 2010

Pledge of Allegiance

This unnecessary and offensive practice needs to be stopped Read more

Rotary Club honors students of the month for December

January 12, 2010

The Rotary Club of Issaquah recently honored the following seniors for its students of the month for December. Read more

Rapid Response

January 12, 2010

What suggestions do you have for the Central Issaquah Plan Advisory Task Force as it guides redevelopment in the 915 acres that include Gilman Village, Costco area and the retail corridor along East Lake Sammamish Parkway? Read more

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