Local

Change your clocks Nov. 1 for daylight saving time

NEW — 6 a.m. Oct. 31, 2014

Turn your clocks back an hour when you go to bed Nov. 1.

Daylight saving time officially ends at 2 a.m. Nov. 2.

Sports

Eagles win top-five tussle
By Greg Farrar Kelli Sullivan, Skyline High School senior midfielder co-captain, after an unassisted goal in the 78th minute, tries to make lightning strike twice with another offensive display before time expires.

By Greg Farrar
Kelli Sullivan, Skyline High School senior midfielder co-captain, after an unassisted goal in the 78th minute, tries to make lightning strike twice with another offensive display before time expires. See more photos from the game in this week’s Issaquah Press.

Schools

School board pushes back Tiger Mountain closure to 2016

Tiger Mountain Community High School will close after the 2015-16 school year, a plan that deviates slightly from the one proposed by the Issaquah School District’s superintendent.

Superintendent Ron Thiele had recommended the closure of Tiger Mountain at the end of the current year, but the Issaquah School Board voted 5-0 at its Oct. 22 meeting to delay the closure by a year and remove a gap in alternative education for district students.

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This Week


Local News

Change your clocks Nov. 1 for daylight saving time

Slither and scream Nov. 1 at Cougar Mountain Zoo

Return your election ballot to Issaquah City Hall ballot drop box

Foothills Baptist Church hosts Harvest Party

School board pushes back Tiger Mountain closure to 2016

Local issues, national candidates in Nov. 4 general election

Essay contest open to eighth graders

Eastside Baby Corner names new board members

Go All in For Kids tonight in Issaquah School District fundraiser

Sustainability film series returns Nov. 6

Get back lost and stolen property through TrackMole

City’s 2015 budget proposes B&O tax increase, open house is Oct. 27

Pierre Fauchard Academy installs dentist Barry Feder as vice president

Veterans Memorial Field trees will be replaced


Opinion

Editorial — Reject Initiative 1351; election endorsements

Off The Press — Questions, priorities need to change

To the Editor

Home Country — Have fun on Halloween


Sports

Eagles win top-five tussle

Skyline nets quick win over Issaquah

Patriots spike Kangs in three straight sets

Cross country teams win league titles


Eastside Baby Corner names new board members


Schools

School board pushes back Tiger Mountain closure to 2016

Go All in For Kids tonight in Issaquah School District fundraiser


Community

Exhibit examines Prohibition in Issaquah

Skyline senior attains Eagle honor with Scout troop

Joshua Jancola enrolls at Wheaton College

Samuel Olmstead graduates from EOU

Taylor Newbury serves in Azusa Pacific ministry


Arts & Entertainment

Slither and scream Nov. 1 at Cougar Mountain Zoo

It’s apple pie time in Washington