Local

Learn about toxic chemicals in products from state database

NEW — 6 a.m. Nov. 23, 2014

Lab results revealing levels of toxic chemicals in consumer products sold in Washington are now available through an online database here.

The database includes test results for children’s and baby’s items, clothing, personal care items, toys, children’s upholstered furniture, and electrical and electronic items. Information about more product types such as office and art supplies will be added.

Tests show most manufacturers are following laws regulating the use of toxic chemicals.

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Sports

Patriots win first state swim title
By Greg Farrar The trophy looks awesome up close for the Liberty High School swim team as it celebrates the school’s first-ever state swim team championship Nov. 15. The title was earned in style with a 2A-record 348 point total.

By Greg Farrar
The trophy looks awesome up close for the Liberty High School swim team as it celebrates the school’s first-ever state swim team championship Nov. 15. The title was earned in style with a 2A-record 348 point total.

Schools

Donate now to Clothes for a Cause fundraiser at Issaquah High School

NEW — 6 a.m. Nov. 21, 2014

The Issaquah High School Booster Club and the Associated Student Body are holding a Clothes for a Cause fundraiser through Nov. 22.

Items that will be accepted: clothing of any kind/condition, shoes of any kind/condition, towels, rags, sheets, blankets, quilts, bedspreads, belts, purses, gloves, hats, curtains, drapery, throw rugs, bath mats, outdoor rugs, table cloths, placemats and stuffed animals.

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Food program rule change raises concerns

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Patriots win first state swim title

Police arrest Issaquah home-invasion robber

Merry Christmas Issaquah helps replace losses

Volunteers sought for holiday light-hanging party Nov. 22

New Taco Time raises $2,500 for FISH

Learn more about earthquakes Nov. 20

Police & Fire

Sammamish running store hosts fundraising Turkey Trot

Issaquah lowers B & O tax increase, raises property taxes, as expected

Wine Walk returns to Gilman Village on Nov. 20


Opinion

Editorial — Sex assault education is not just for girls

Off The Press — Holiday season should remind what’s important

Guest Column — All are welcome at community hall lunches

Home Country — Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without turkey and pumpkin pie


Sports

Patriots win first state swim title

Patriot powerhouse — Brilliant Mackenna Briggs leads Liberty to 2A state swim title

Spartans qualify for state 4A soccer semifinals

Skyline volleyball comes up short of state-tourney trophy


Business

Nominations sought for 2015 National Small Business Week Awards


Schools

Donate now to Clothes for a Cause fundraiser at Issaquah High School


Community

Tia Hedman wins poetry slam

Community news roundup


Arts & Entertainment

Practically Perfect — Village Theatre’s ‘Mary Poppins’ is a visual, technical tour de force

High schools revive ‘Almost, Maine’ that almost wasn’t

Patriot Players present ‘You Can’t Take It With You’

Wine Walk returns to Gilman Village on Nov. 20