Week in Review: A Look Back at The Top Stories From the Past Week

Police collecting Toys for Tots, Swedish/Issaquah now fully operational, two big football games and more from the past week.

Monday, Oct. 31: Sammamish Police Rounding up Toys for Tots

The  is once again taking part in the Marine Corps’ annual Toys for Tots holiday toy drive. More...

Tuesday, Nov. 1: Swedish/Issaquah Hospital Completes Phase II of Development

Swedish/Issaquah Hospital has completed Phase II of its construction process, bringing inpatient surgical facilities, intensive care units, labor and delivery facilities, postpartum rooms, pediatric and child life centers online, starting today. More...

Wednesday, Nov. 2: Variety of Turkish Art on Display at City Hall

In advance of this weekend’s , the Sammamish Arts Commission has installed in  a variety of textiles, paintings and photographs by Turkish artists. More...

Thursday, Nov. 3: Sammamish Police Blotter: Guns Stolen From Home, Possibly in the Hands of Kids

A man living on 227th Lane Northeast contacted police after he discovered that two guns, a .22 caliber rifle and a .380 handgun, were missing from his master bedroom closet. More...

Friday, Nov. 4: Photo of Kirkland Kids Picked As Finalist in Patch's Halloween Contest

A cute and imaginative image taken by Kirkland’s Kate Kolesar of her twin daughters in Ewok costumes has been selected as one of 10 finalists in Patch’s nationwide Halloween photo contest. More...

Saturday, Nov. 5: Eastlake/Skyline Football: Wolves dominate Thomas Jefferson 48-0, Skyline destroys Monroe 59-31

Ryan Lewis had two of three touchdowns in a 34 point explosion in the second quarter as the third ranked  (9-1) football team dominated an outmatched Thomas Jefferson High School 48-0 in the State Class 4A Football Preliminary round contest at Eastlake High School on Friday. More...

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