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Life Enrichment Options hosts Ask a Cop! event on Thursday

NEW — 6 a.m. April 23, 2014

Join Life Enrichment Options for Ask a Cop! from 7-8:30 p.m. April 24 at Tibbetts Manor, 750 17th Ave. N.W.

The event is a fun and informative evening with Issaquah police officers as they discuss the expectations of police in various encounters and help prepare individuals with developmental disabilities to interact safely.

The officers will present multiple scenarios to explain what a law enforcement officer expects of disabled community members and ways to communicate their disability.

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Sports

Plate Patience

Issaquah uses timely hitting for 7-3 victory

By Neil Pierson Ty Gibson (right), Issaquah High School junior, puts the ball in play during the Eagles’ 7-3 win over Woodinville April 18 in a KingCo Conference baseball game.

By Neil Pierson
Ty Gibson (right), Issaquah High School junior, puts the ball in play during the Eagles’ 7-3 win over Woodinville April 18 in a KingCo Conference baseball game.

After scoring two early runs, the Issaquah Eagles had trouble getting more offensive production.

Trailing 3-2 in the fifth inning, though, Issaquah used some patient at-bats to draw walks and drive in runs. The Eagles pushed across two runs to take the lead, then added three insurance runs in the sixth for a 7-3 victory against the visiting Woodinville Falcons in a Class 4A KingCo Conference baseball game on April 18.

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Schools

Teen Talk: How has substance abuse affected your school or community?

Liberty High School

Alina Nguyen, senior

“It has caused many people I know in my community to grow distant from relationships and hide from their responsibilities or problems.”
Christine Dao, junior

“I’ve witnessed families being torn down due to it.”

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