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Issaquah School District Proposition 1 was overwhelmingly approved by initial voter results on election night.
Every year, the American Association of University Women of Washington State recognizes hundreds of young women for their accomplishments in science, technology and math.
Dozens of Issaquahns came out to lend a hand to their home town via beautification projects.
The Downtown Issaquah Association will hold volunteer event "Keep Issaquah Beautiful Day" 9 a.m. to noon April 23.
Office of Sustainability to present ‘Open Sesame’ documentary as part of Meaningful Movies of Issaquah
The Issaquah city Office of Sustainability will screen a documentary about food and the agricultural importance of seeds 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Issaquah Depot Museum.
A traveling art exhibit intended to examine the stigma toward mental illness opens in Issaquah Friday.
Last ‘State of Mind’ conference at Skyline this weekend | Art exhibit exploring mental illness stigma opens in Issaquah
It was March 19 and Kendall Campbell was standing in front of a small crowd gathered in Issaquah High School's small black box theater space. The University of British Columbia freshman was there to explain to roughly two dozen students and adults what, exactly, it's like to live with anxiety and depression.
As efforts to fill Jennifer Sutton's vacant seat on the Issaquah City Council continue, candidates to be appointed to the position made their case Monday night.
The Goddard School of Issaquah will hold a silent art auction on Saturday to benefit the families of children with autism.
Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler has returned home from the hospital and is recovering from a recent heart attack, city officials confirmed Monday. In a show of support, Issaquah City Council members held up a series of signs reading "Get well soon Fred!!!" at their Monday evening meeting.
The Issaquah Schools Foundation has opened its annual online auction.
Costco Travel has ceased to offer trip packages involving elephants used as rider mounts in response to protest from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the animal welfare activism group announced Thursday.
The police blotter consists of officers' accounts of crimes and incidents in the city of Issaquah. Anyone arrested is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
Puget Sound Energy presented the Issaquah School Board with an incentive check for $54,404 on March 23.
Construction, musical equipment worth thousands stolen in separate incidents | Issaquah Police Blotter, April 1-7
The blotter consists of officers' accounts of crimes and other incidents in the city of Issaquah. Anyone arrested is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler has been hospitalized after suffering a heart attack, Issaquah spokespeople confirmed Tuesday.
Sometimes a well-meaning highway overpass just can't catch a break.
Maple Hills Elementary School Principal Sondra Maier will be assisting Clark Elementary School with operations during construction during the next school year, according to a letter to parents sent out April 1.
How much is a clean glass of water worth in Issaquah? As of this week, more than a cool million.
Interstate 90 bridge repairs over Front Street will begin no later than May, WSDOT official confirms
After more than a year of waiting, repairs to the Interstate 90 bridge over Front Street will take place no later than May, a state Department of Transportation spokesperson confirmed this week.