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“I Do! I Do!” premieres as Village Theatre’s first musical of 2019. Courtesy photo.

Village Theatre debuts first musical of 2019

“I Do! I Do” premieres Jan. 17 adn runs through Feb. 24.

“I Do! I Do!” premieres as Village Theatre’s first musical of 2019. Courtesy photo.
The Department of Ecology has awarded $12 million from the VW settlement to purchase 336 buses statewide. Courtesy of Department of Ecology.

VW settlement brings electric transit, low-emission school buses to Northshore

More than 80 districts and 19 public transit fleets will receive $22 million from VW settlement to improve air quality.

The Department of Ecology has awarded $12 million from the VW settlement to purchase 336 buses statewide. Courtesy of Department of Ecology.
From left, Jeff, Helen and Matt Glenn pose before their opening day for Highside Distilling. Photo courtesy of Matt Glenn.

Issaquah family opens distillery on Bainbridge Island

Matt Glenn and his parents have been dreaming of starting their own distillery for years.

From left, Jeff, Helen and Matt Glenn pose before their opening day for Highside Distilling. Photo courtesy of Matt Glenn.

ISD school board approves new high school class schedule; community members concerned

Thiele recommends a “Modified Block 7 Period Schedule with Flex Time Option” to take effect in Issaquah and Skyline High Schools beginning 2019 and Liberty High School no later than 2022.

IVE parents create fundraiser to send fifth graders to camp after school PTA pulls funding. Photo courtesy of Issaquah Valley Elementary PTA Facebook page

Issaquah Valley Elementary PTA cancels fifth grade camp

IVE parents create fundraiser to send fifth graders to camp.

IVE parents create fundraiser to send fifth graders to camp after school PTA pulls funding. Photo courtesy of Issaquah Valley Elementary PTA Facebook page

UPDATED: Issaquah School District denies lawsuit allegations

Formal response filed in King County Superior Court.

Shigellosis outbreak at Cascade Ridge Elementary School

16 people have come down with Shigellosis at Cascade Ridge Elementary School.

“Matilda the Musical” shares the magic at Village Theatre. Photo by 2018 Mark Kitaoka. Courtesy of Village Theatre.

“Matilda the Musical” shares the magic this holiday season at Village Theatre

The Roald Dahl classic story is making its first west coast premiere in Issaquah and Everett.

“Matilda the Musical” shares the magic at Village Theatre. Photo by 2018 Mark Kitaoka. Courtesy of Village Theatre.
Skyline High School students and community protest perpetuation of rape culture following ISD lawsuit. Hadassah Klinger, a former ISD student, wears a jacket that says “Hang on, it gets easier and then it gets okay and then it feels like freedom.” Madison Miller/staff photo.

Skyline students hold demonstration in support of sexual assault survivors

Students spread awareness of rape culture; want school district to be held accountable; encourage change following ISD lawsuit.

Skyline High School students and community protest perpetuation of rape culture following ISD lawsuit. Hadassah Klinger, a former ISD student, wears a jacket that says “Hang on, it gets easier and then it gets okay and then it feels like freedom.” Madison Miller/staff photo.

ISD office personnel and paraeducators say district isn’t honoring contract

ISD staff not receiving COLA; say district is breaching contract.

Lawsuit filed against Issaquah School District

This is a developing story and the Reporter will add to it as more information becomes available.

Liberty High School teacher receives 2018 Yale Educator Award

Steve Darnell was nominated by former student for the award.

Cirque du Soleil dazzles audience with new ‘VOLTA’ show

‘VOLTA’ introduces electronic music and BMX biking to tell story with universal theme.

Major Edward “Flip” Klein receives specially made smart home in Issaquah. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Injured Army vet receives first smart home in Washington

Major Edward “Flip” Klein receives specially made smart home in Issaquah.

Major Edward “Flip” Klein receives specially made smart home in Issaquah. Madison Miller/staff photo.
YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner. Photo courtesy of Youth Eastside Services.

Universal mental health screenings to be introduced in local middle schools

YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner.

YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner. Photo courtesy of Youth Eastside Services.

Eastside’s Zangaglia honored for nonprofit work

The HopeFest has served 6,500 low-income or homeless people in King County.

Professional organizers write guide to ‘declutter and thrive’

Denise Allan and Vlasta Hillger of Simplify Experts collaborate to help others get organized.

Issaquah author publishes new murder mystery novel

‘Murder in the Melting Pot’ is set in Yakima Valley

Lawyer moms, community protest immigration issues at Reichert’s office

Lawyer moms mobilize nationwide protest for immigration issues

LWSD elects new superintendent

District welcomes Dr. Jane Stavem after two and a half month search.