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Revised budget passes six to one.
Local church plans to give out 1,500 free turkeys.
Residents, school district officials and city council discuss Providence Heights zoning to accommodate a comprehensive high school.
Volunteer events, new forest stewardship program.
Passing of the initiative could have major consequences for Issaquah.
Blakely Hall was full of bright colors, paper flowers, painted faces, sugar skulls and altar offerings on the evening of Nov. 1 as Issaquah Highlands… Continue reading
Council approves replacing 12-year-old system.
Zombie Walk packs the streets.
Council deliberates 2020 budget.
User testing taking place this week.
Don’t miss ‘Thriller’ flash mob.
Downtown fair celebrates fall, the harvest and the arts.
Measure jeopardizes priority transportation projects.
The city council learns about upcoming proposal.
Fluoridation, status updates, and county approval were all on tap at a recent meeting.
Candidates Barbara de Michele and Tim Flood compete for the seat.
50th annual festival, fair, food and fun.