LocalPolice blotter April 23
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A resident on the 5100 block of 190th Place Northeast. reported a case of vandalism at about 7:30 p.m. April 13. A community mailbox was damaged, possibly by a vehicle striking it.
The mailbox, which is set in concrete, was knocked off its base and hurled 8-10 feet. The estimated damage is $1,800. Police are searching for suspects. Read more »
SportsEastlake fastpitch’s Charles silences Skyline’s bats
There wasn’t much offense to support Skyline’s Caroline Bowman nor Eastlake’s Mikel Charles in last week’s Class 4A KingCo Conference fastpitch game.
Charles, though, got enough of it to outduel Bowman, and the Wolves knocked off the Spartans 2-0 April 15 at Skyline High School.
Charles was rarely threatened in leading the Wolves to their fourth KingCo win in five outings. The junior allowed one walk and three hits, all singles, while striking out six in a complete-game effort. She said her entire arsenal was working well against Skyline.
SchoolsPrincipal Lisa Hechtman to leave Skyline
New: April 21, 1:55 p.m.
Lisa Hechtman, who has served as Skyline High School’s principal since 2007, will be leaving her position at the end of the school year.
In an email to Skyline families April 14, Hechtman said she had accepted an offer to serve as the Issaquah School District’s executive director of personnel. Read more »
ElectionsResults shaky for ballot measures funding transit and schools
New: April 23, 9:16 a.m.
On election night, voters seem ready to reject higher taxes this election, no matter what’s being taxed or what’s being funded. Mail-in balloting means the election is not quite over, however, and results could change by May 6, the day the votes are certified. Read more »