Indy On Air is a podcast that compliments the new digital newspaper, the Sammamish Independent. Join us every other week as our podcast team takes a deep dive into important topics that affect the Sammamish community.
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We spoke to students and teachers to understand what re-integration to in-person learning felt like, and how they are adjusting.
In the wake of June’s deadly heat wave, we explore what cities like Sammamish can do to become more sustainable and fight climate change.
Exploring the high-pressure college admissions process and some advice for Sammamish high school juniors as they are about to go in.
The podcast explores why the sport of fencing has grown in popularity in Sammamish through three guests involved in the sport.
The housing affordability crisis has led to more gentrification, displacement and homelessness in our region.
One year after COVID-19 shut down school buildings, we check in with students, parents and a teacher as they prepare for reopening.
Sammamish is waging a legal battle over its ability to restrict growth and development.
The CEO of Epik explains why he is motivated to support organizations that are tied to far-right extremism.
Issaquah School District makes the case for why these schools are needed, while city of Sammamish opposes their construction on its main traffic corridor.
With cases and deaths rising again in the Greater Seattle area, we interview an urgent care doctor from Overlake Clinics and a health educator from Public Health King County to discuss the current state of the pandemic.
Five Sammamish residents from different cultures and backgrounds share their Thanksgiving memories and traditions
How did America get such a unique system called the Electoral College to choose its president? The podcast team finds out.
The podcast team speaks with two members of the community on which candidate they support for president and why.
Checking with a high school senior, an orchestra teacher and a school counselor to see how each of them has adapted to remote learning.
Starting in 2021, retailers will be required to hand out only paper bags and reusable bags. What do local businesses and residents think of this?
Businesses in Sammamish have been building resilience and persisting in making sure members in our community are safe when going outside their homes.
An in-depth look at the complicated history surrounding the Providence Heights campus.
How members of the Sammamish community are celebrating Pride during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our podcast team spoke with two community leaders about Black Lives Matter, and how Sammamish residents can become better allies.
Indy on Air dives into the Sammamish Town Center debate, and the competing visions for Sammamish’s future.
With the prevalence of wild animal sightings in our community, it is important to remember what to do when you may encounter an animal. First and foremost, avoid contact with […]
Eastlake’s Lady Wolves Basketball team had a rollercoaster of a season last year that led up to their incredible win at the 4A State Championship. Here’s a breakdown of their […]
As social distancing measures press on through the summer months, it is more imperative than ever that we find new and creative ways to pass the time. If you’re looking […]
“Operating Non-Profits During A Pandemic” In this episode, host Alex Woodall is joined by Simran Tandon in sitting down with 3 local nonprofits to understand the impact they have faced […]
In this episode, host Alex Woodall is joined by Simran Tandon to shed light on local businesses in Sammamish and how the Covid-19 virus has impacted them. With their first […]