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Just Between Friends consignment is partnering with IEA to support Issaquah teachers and staff. Photo courtesy of Just Between Friends Seattle East Facebook page.

Just Between Friends supports local teachers through consignment event

Just Between Friends is set for March 7-10 at Pickering Barn.

Just Between Friends consignment is partnering with IEA to support Issaquah teachers and staff. Photo courtesy of Just Between Friends Seattle East Facebook page.
Left: CWU-Sammamish will offer a master’s degree in ITAM, specializing in cybersecurity starting Fall 2019. Photo courtesy of CWU-Sammamish Facebook page

CWU-Sammamish to offer new master’s degree in ITAM

The new degree will specialize in cybersecurity.

Left: CWU-Sammamish will offer a master’s degree in ITAM, specializing in cybersecurity starting Fall 2019. Photo courtesy of CWU-Sammamish Facebook page
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                                From left: co-leader of the Issaquah clinic Sarah Bergdahl, longtime volunteer Louise Luce, and co-leader Melinda Walhstrom.

Garden has been mainstay in Luce’s life

How 94 year-old Louise Luce gained community and knowledge from the Master Gardeners Foundation

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                                From left: co-leader of the Issaquah clinic Sarah Bergdahl, longtime volunteer Louise Luce, and co-leader Melinda Walhstrom.

Issaquah Chamber relaunches tourism focused website Discover Issaquah

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce announced the re-launch of the Discover Issaquah website.

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Ferguson contacts WA sheriffs about enforcing gun control measure

Letter addresses points of confusion over Initiative 1639

  • Mar 4, 2019
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A wildfire near Darrington in 2017. Photo courtesy of Northwest Washington Incident Management Team

National Guard could see pay bump for wildfire response

House passes bill with 94-0 vote

  • Mar 4, 2019
A wildfire near Darrington in 2017. Photo courtesy of Northwest Washington Incident Management Team
Protest in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. wikimedia/Voice of America

Local activists push back against intervention in Venezuelan crisis

Anti-war group Answer Coalition plans protest March 16 at Seattle Central College

Protest in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. wikimedia/Voice of America

Adam Smith and Kim Schrier visit the 41st Legislative District Democrats

Congressional representatives Adam Smith of the 9th district and Kim Schrier of the 8th district, visited the 41st Legislative District Democrats meeting on Feb. 20,… Continue reading

It’s official: Inslee is running

Washington’s governor will make climate change a key component of his campaign

Community unites over anti-semitic depictions

Enhanced patrols, investigation continues.

Council approves funding for Front Street improvement project

Council has approved funding for the Front Street Streetscape between Sunset Way and NE Alder.

The damage remains days after the fire. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo
The damage remains days after the fire. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

Fires, floods, destruction: Washington copes with worsening climate change

From rising sea levels and crop failures to dying forests and fish, Washington state is struggling

Mayor Mary Lou Pauly. File photo by Evan Pappas

Mayor gives State of the City address at Issaquah High School

Mayor Mary Lou Pauly gave the state of the city address to the students at Issaquah High School.

Mayor Mary Lou Pauly. File photo by Evan Pappas
One of Seattle Weekly’s “Best of Seattle” issues from Aug. 2016.

Seattle Weekly’s last print edition is Feb. 27

Message to readers from Josh O’Connor, president of Sound Publishing

  • Feb 26, 2019
One of Seattle Weekly’s “Best of Seattle” issues from Aug. 2016.
This map shows the path deputies took to locate the suspect. Photo courtesy of King County Sheriff’s Office.

Shoeprints in snow lead deputies to Issaquah burglary suspect

‘Two truckloads’ of items removed from campsite.

This map shows the path deputies took to locate the suspect. Photo courtesy of King County Sheriff’s Office.

Klahanie graffiti being investigated as hate crime

There have been 17 counts of red spray paint covering cars and garages so far.

Photo courtesy of U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency

Legislature ‘prays’ for Congress to curb president’s ability to launch nukes

Washington has more nuclear weapons than any other state

  • Feb 25, 2019
Photo courtesy of U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency

King County charter update targets police oversight, elections, council size

A commission is reviewing the county’s charter and will make recommendations by May.

Primrose School of West Bellevue saw a second location in Washington open in 2018. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Parents are feeling the pinch of child care costs

A King County report charts ways the county could reduce child care costs and boost access.

Primrose School of West Bellevue saw a second location in Washington open in 2018. Madison Miller/staff photo.