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Concerts on the Green goes country with Jessica Lynne tonight

NEW — 6 a.m. July 28, 2015

The Concerts on the Green series continues July 28 by going country with Jessica Lynne.

The free, family-friendly concert is from 7-8:30 p.m. on the lawn in front of the community center. Crowds typically begin gathering as early as 6 p.m. to lay claim for choice seating for community picnicking.

On-site concessions are for sale by the Kiwanis Club of Issaquah and benefit multiple charitable programs. Concertgoers should leave alcohol and pets at home.

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Sports

ISC Gunners win semifinal, fall short in championship
By Christina Corrales-Toy At left, Sarah Shimer (yellow), ISC Gunners goalkeeper, gets a hand on a corner kick launched by a San Diego Sea Lions player July 18 at Issaquah High School. The Gunners defeated the Sea Lions, 3-1, in the regional Women’s Premier Soccer League playoff match.

By Christina Corrales-Toy
At left, Sarah Shimer (yellow), ISC Gunners goalkeeper, gets a hand on a corner kick launched by a San Diego Sea Lions player July 18 at Issaquah High School. The Gunners defeated the Sea Lions, 3-1, in the regional Women’s Premier Soccer League playoff match.

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Schools

Skyline duo shows off its knack for crime-scene investigation

High-school students who are interested in having careers in business, marketing or finance often use the organization of DECA to build their skills and make connections.

Contributed Skyline High School students Sonia Grutzius (left) and Elliot Chinn sport their winning medals for the HOSA-Future Health Professionals competition.

Contributed
Skyline High School students Sonia Grutzius (left) and Elliot Chinn sport their winning medals for the HOSA-Future Health Professionals competition.

For students looking to become doctors, nurses or veterinarians, there’s also a national body that might be lesser known than DECA, but is just as vital at providing an educational outlet.

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