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

Skyline volleyball powers past Issaquah

Bragging rights are always at stake when the Issaquah Eagles and Skyline Spartans meet, and that was the case again in an Oct. 23 volleyball match.

First-place Skyline earned the bragging rights, starting fast and building momentum on its way to a 25-18, 25-17, 25-15 victory over visiting Issaquah in Class 4A KingCo Conference action.

“We focused and we remained really steady through the whole entire match,” said Skyline’s Kate Richardson, a junior outside hitter. “It was really fun to see everyone try really hard to beat Issaquah.”

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Schools

Attend holiday bazaar and help Eastlake students Saturday

NEW — Noon Oct. 30, 2014

Get your holiday shopping done and kick off the season with Eastlake High School’s 21st annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

The show features more than 70 artisans and crafters. You’ll find beautiful items for your home and special holiday gifts for friends and family.

The event sponsored by the Eastlake PTSA is at Eastlake High School, 400 228th Ave. N.E., Sammamish.

Learn more by emailing bazaarinfo@ehsptsa.org.

Elections

Election results finalized

Final primary election results differed little from election night, setting the stage for the November general election.

In the judicial race, Lisa O’Toole, of Newcastle, looks like she could cruise to victory, having garnered more than 60.5 percent of the primary vote in a three-way race. Her opponent will be Sammamish’s Marcus Naylor, who earned a little more than 20 percent. Snoqualmie’s Rick Leo got 19 percent, and will not move on to the general election.

The only other contested race in Sammamish was for U.S. Congress, where incumbent Rep. Dave Reichert (R-8) also looks good in November. He won nearly 59 percent of the vote in another three-way primary. Jason Ritchie (D) got almost 32 percent while Keith Arnold got less than 9 percent. Reichert and Ritchie will appear on the general election ballot.

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