Local

All The Best Pet Care now offers adoptable cats

NEW — 6 a.m. Feb. 1, 2015

All The Best Pet Care, in Issaquah, has now made it easier to adopt cats awaiting foster homes at Motley Zoo.

Now in its ninth year in Issaquah after recently moving to a larger location at 690 N.W. Gilman Blvd., the natural pet supply store has teamed with Motley Zoo to offer adoptable cats.

Store visitors can meet and interact with the store’s featured cat, and if interested in adopting, visit motleyzoo.org for application information.

Learn more at www.allthebestpetcare.com.

Sports

Liberty dismantles Interlake on senior day
By Greg Farrar Cherelle Demps, Liberty High School senior guard, draws a blocking foul from Interlake senior Adriana Cottle during the second quarter Jan. 23. Demps had a game- and season-high 20 points.

By Greg Farrar
Cherelle Demps, Liberty High School senior guard, draws a blocking foul from Interlake senior Adriana Cottle during the second quarter Jan. 23. Demps had a game- and season-high 20 points.

As Liberty senior Cherelle Demps took the starting tipoff position in Friday’s game against Interlake, she paused for a moment to reflect. Read more »

Schools

Samantha Smith Elementary School helps Issaquah Food Bank program

The Samantha Smith Elementary School’s Student Leadership Council collected gifts from Dec. 1-5 for the Issaquah Holiday Gift Barn, a program of the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank.

Contributed Samantha Smith Elementary School fifth-graders (from left) Dylan Denq, Aditi Goyal, Maeve Toland, Parker Kirkwood, Jaskaran Dhilon and Sada Hitzemann helped lead the school’s gift drive for the Issaquah Holiday Gift Barn.

Contributed
Samantha Smith Elementary School fifth-graders (from left) Dylan Denq, Aditi Goyal, Maeve Toland, Parker Kirkwood, Jaskaran Dhilon and Sada Hitzemann helped lead the school’s gift drive for the Issaquah Holiday Gift Barn.

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