Many residents came to meet friends, spend time with family, and enjoy a normal summer event.
After a 16-month closure, patrons can once again enter the library, browse the shelves, and find a nice chair or nook to read in.
Sammamish’s newest park offers a history lesson of what life may have been like nearly 100 years ago on the plateau.
The high temperature in Sammamish reached about 110 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday.
The fairy houses will be exhibited in the park until June 30.
Several local nonprofits have raised money and sent equipment to help India through the recent COVID-19 surge.
Many have felt tremendous anxiety and stress as they try to coordinate care for sick relatives.
Eastside Friends of Seniors provides assistance for senior citizens in their own homes, especially as they may be getting fewer visits from family and friends.
Sammamish Animal Sanctuary was able to rebuild their barn in a few weeks due to overwhelming number of donations.
Local group Plateaupians for Peace worked with the victim’s family to start a GoFundMe page.