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Opening reception for artEAST exhibit Crossing Threads is tonight NEW — 6 a.m. May 29, 2015 ArtEAST presents Crossing Threads — a contemporary exhibit of textile works by artists Lynne Rigby and...
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Enjoy rhubarb season with some easy recipes Rhubarb season is finally upon us, and this year as in most years, I often run out of recipes for using rhubarb before I actually run out of my desire to...
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Thundering Angels presents memorial spring opener The Thundering Angels motorcycle club presents its spring opener — the Neil “Zesty” Morris Memorial Thunder Run on May 30 at the GasLamp Bar and...
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Twin brothers to receive Eagle Scout award Lucas and Ryan Tjom, 16, of Boy Scout Troop 636, were honored at a special Eagle Scout ceremony May 16 at Community Church of Joy in Sammamish. To earn...
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The Issaquah Press Around the World Rich and Marianne Anderson took their Issaquah Press to Seal Caye, part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. Where have you taken your favorite newspaper?...
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The Beat — Teen Talk “I was with a friend who wanted to drive after they drank, so they got in the car and started to drive, but was swerving instead. I was scared that we were going to crash, but we...
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The Beat — Student survey reveals driving habits Whether sneaking a glance at your phone screen during a red light or blasting the latest single on the radio, most students can admit that they have...
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The Beat — Photo of the Month Texting while driving is six times more likely to cause an accident than driving drunk, but people still pay attention to their phones instead of concentrating on the...
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The Beat — Hot List Movie: ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ The highly anticipated sequel to Marvel’s “The Avengers” that was released in May 2012 came to theaters everywhere May 1. This second installment...
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The Beat — Drunken driving is not a good I.D.E.A. Skyline High School students have built a reputation for being the drinkers of the district. In the 2014 Healthy Youth Survey, 23 percent of Skyline...
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The Beat — Speed limits are not suggestions It is an unfortunate tendency of many drivers to regard speed limit signs as suggestions. Whether they are trying to keep up with the flow of traffic,...
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The Beat — Drowsy driving is like drunken driving With a combination of late bedtimes and early school start times, drowsy driving puts teenage students at a high risk for car accidents. Teenagers...
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School district offers new online learning tool The Issaquah School District invites parents and students to use its new resource for learning technology tools — Atomic Learning. The district’s...
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Skyline falls in state soccer playoffs Giovanny Soto scored twice in the second half, helping the Wenatchee Panthers defeat the Skyline Spartans, 2-1, on May 19 in the first round of the Class 4A...
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To the Editor — May 28, 2015 Too-tall buildings are ugly and irresponsible growth Woo woo. Anybody noticed the atrocity sticking “oh so proudly” above trees on the other side of state Route 900?...
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Patriots playoff roundup Due to an early Memorial Day weekend deadline, complete playoff results for Liberty High School sports teams were unavailable at press time. The Liberty boys soccer team...
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Liberty students win big at History Day Liberty High School students took home a slew of top awards at the 2015 Washington State History Day competition May 2. This year’s theme was “Leadership and...
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Freshman Sami Corman outshines her elders at district track finals Some ninth-graders have plenty of talent, but it isn’t until they start competing against opponents two and three years older that...
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Off The Press — Lives depend on paying attention, driving well “Ninety-five percent of Washington drivers believe typing messages or emails while driving is a serious threat, yet more than one in...
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Editorial — Legislature needs to reach transportation consensus State legislators are closer than they’ve been in years to reaching a deal to fix the state’s aging transportation infrastructure. They...
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