The $1,500 scholarship recognizes the dedication, perseverance and creativity of our student volunteer reporters and contributors.
Kelly Lin, from Eastlake High School, is the first student to become editor in chief.
Medhya Goel, Julia Gudis and Maria Langworthy are the first high school students to join the Indy’s editorial board.
Plants have no boundaries, but humans do. Be mindful of what you grow and what can creep into your neighbor’s yard.
If you feel like you have the best holiday lights in Sammamish, please submit an entry by Monday, Dec. 13 at 11:59 p.m.
We would like to invite the entire Sammamish community to attend our election forum on Wednesday, October 6, starting at 7:00 p.m.
This decision could determine whether some of your plants thrive, or die.
The $1,000 scholarship recognizes the dedication, perseverance and creativity of our student volunteer reporters and contributors.
Our community has a hunger for credible news coverage. A core part the Indy’s mission is to train our students to provide it.
Seed starting might seem like a monumental task, but get more enjoyable over time. Because honestly, what’s more enjoyable than watching new life grow?