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After expansion into Poulsbo, National Cancer Institute-designated care center gets underway in Issaquah
Tools4School provided more than 900 backpacks to students during the 2018-19 school year.
The annual event will take place at the Issaquah Community Center on July 27.
VoteWA has run into some problems in recent months as the Aug. 6 primary election draws closer.
Issaquah residents supported a traffic light on SE 43rd Street at a CIP public hearing on July 1.
King County voters could approve the renewal and increase of the levy on the August ballot.
Long-term master plans for three major Issaquah open space areas are in the works.
University of Washington among researchers of climate change’s effects in global temperatures.
Thousands of people felt them. They were magnitude 4.6 and 3.5 and hit minutes apart.
The tiny pilot project in Glacier could eventually be expanded.
Both the office and jail have supplied the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
Shortfall is roughly $250 million each year; county may seek tax from unincorporated voters.
Issaquah, EFR, and the Department of Ecology will create a PFAS clean-up program in 2020.
Elected officials gave some insight into the legislative session and what to look for in the future.
Issaquah will host its fifth annual Gas Station Blues series.
Council has voted to assume the powers of the Transportation Benefit District to fund new projects.
Supporters and protesters traded chants at June 27 event.
A lack of police at a recent county library board meeting led some to feel intimidated.
Cities will work together to develop a Laughing Jacobs Creek Basin Plan.
Here’s what the governor, a longshot presidential candidate, said in Miami Wednesday night.