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Pauly became mayor of Issaquah at the beginning of the year.
The 2018 State of Mind Conferences will be held at Gibson Ek High School on March 3 and 24. Sponsored by Swedish Hospital and organized… Continue reading
The $28.5 million facility is 57,000 square feet.
The Issaquah independent living program for adults with disabilities plans a home in the Snoqualmie Valley
The non-profit Life Enrichment Options is working to bring one of its biggest projects in Issaquah to the Snoqualmie Valley. LEO has purchased a property… Continue reading
Police calls in Sammamish between Feb. 1 and Feb. 10.
Porth (Personalized Orthodontics) opened up in Sammamish last year.
Show kicks off Feb. 17.
Time to get out the cowboy boots and spurs.
The State Legislature is considering training aimed at improving child safety.
Artist Nick Goettling has created artwork throughout the Puget Sound and in Chicago.
Front Street shops stay open late for the evening event.
Ballot measures will pay for new school buses, construction of new schools and technology improvements.
Police calls from Jan. 25 through Feb. 2.
Ka’Deidre Rials fatally ran over the son of a Seattle police officer at Beaver Lake Park before fleeing the scene.
Local Girl Scouts troop aims to give equal opportunities to girls with special needs.
As Issaquah debates a ban, Vancouver’s Insite sheds light on the real impact of giving people a place to safely take drugs.
After several public hearings, a hearing examiner denied King County’s permit application to complete the final leg of the Eastlake Sammamish Trail. However, King County… Continue reading
New Councilmember Victoria Hunt has a background in ecology, land management and urban planning.
Chinese New Year Cultural Celebration Feb. 10 at CWU.
zHome houses use solar panels and other green energy strategies to replace all the energy they consume.