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Meet author J. A. Jance at Issaquah Library on March 30

NEW — 6 a.m. March 29, 2015

Seattle-based bestselling author J.A. Jance, brings the tour promoting her latest mystery novel, “Cold Betrayal,” here at noon March 30, at the Issaquah Library, 10 W. Sunset Way.

In the book, Jance’s fan-favorite heroine Ali Reynolds returns to go head to head with a shadowy polygamous cult called “The Family.”

Learn more www.jajance.com/jajance.com/schedule.html or call 392-5430.

Sports

Patriots drop match to rival Highlanders, 2-1

The Hazen High School student turnout was small.

Not more than a dozen students made the very short trip to Liberty High School March 19, where their boys soccer team took on the rival Patriots.

Even with their lack of numbers, the cheers that emanated from the section after the game ended in a 2-1 Hazen victory were deafening.

By Greg Farrar Hector Cervantes (left), Hazen High School junior defender, and Liberty sophomore forward Ethan Diaz collide as Cervantes kicks the ball away during the first period of their March 19 soccer match. Hazen won the nonleague game, 2-1.

By Greg Farrar
Hector Cervantes (left), Hazen High School junior defender, and Liberty sophomore forward Ethan Diaz collide as Cervantes kicks the ball away during the first period of their March 19 soccer match. Hazen won the nonleague game, 2-1.

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Schools

The Beat — Photo of the Month
By Pratik Vaidya Issaquah High School Issaquah Drug-Free Community Coalition Vice Chairman Jerry Blackburn gives a presentation about how drugs affect the developing brain during the State of Mind workshop held March 21 at Tiger Mountain Community High School.

By Pratik Vaidya
Issaquah High School
Issaquah Drug-Free Community Coalition Vice Chairman Jerry Blackburn gives a presentation about how drugs affect the developing brain during the State of Mind workshop held March 21 at Tiger Mountain Community High School.





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