The foundation raised more than $200,000 to support diversity and inclusion activities and commit aid to low income students.
Three Sammamish residents share their experiences with post-pandemic traffic.
MacColl will serve for the next nine months, until a new permanent city manager is found.
Winning all three games in the playoffs, the Wolves will face their first opponent in the state tournament on Saturday.
The Spartans held a 15-5 winning record for the regular season.
With a 14-6 record in their regular season and two victories in the district playoffs so far, it is likely that the Wolves will qualify to the state tournament.
The market will be open at Sammamish Commons on Wednesday of each week from 4:00 to 8:00 pm.
With inventory increasing, but still at historic lows, local real estate agents give their perspectives on current trends.
This year, 15 students from Eastside Catholic committed to play their sport at the collegiate level.
The team’s second place result at the March tournament was the best-ever finish for a public school.