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A controversial gas station is set for approval in the Issaquah Highlands.
Forecasters are warning high winds Monday night and Tuesday morning could snap tree branches and cause local power outages.The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a… Continue reading
An Issaquah woman and her passenger were treated for minor injuries Sunday, Dec. 27 after they survived a roll-over crash in Central Washington.
The City Of Issaquah announced all city offices will be closed for several days over this year's Christmas and New Year's holiday season.City offices will… Continue reading
Mountains to Sound Summer Camp volunteers Amy Spens and Esther Ruggles were back after spending part of their summer on Tiger Mountain, but last Saturday's… Continue reading
Tired of what he viewed as an "offensive" practice, Highlands resident Matthew Barry followed a recent request at the Issaquah School District to drop the Pledge of Allegiance with the same request to Issaquah City Council on Jan. 4.
The life cycle of salmon, from fingerlings upstream to an amazing ritual of spawning, has been well documented. But what happens to the fish beyond… Continue reading
A small ammonia leak from the Darigold plant at Issaquah spilled through a storm drain into the East Fork of Issaquah Creek and killed about… Continue reading
Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter staff has won six awards – including three first places – in the 2009 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest.The winners for… Continue reading
Real estate activity in Issaquah and Sammamish appears to be buoyed by the $8,000 homebuyers federal credit, now exteneded through April 2010.According to real estate… Continue reading
In the aftermath of last Sunday morning's apparent murder of four Lakewood Police officers, Issaquah Police were among the hundreds of public safety personnel and… Continue reading
Celebrating the Christmas spirit of giving, the Issaquah Police Department (IPD) continued their annual tradition of partnering with Santa and providing a bit of holiday… Continue reading
After swearing in two new members to its fold, Issaquah City Council's selected new leadership for 2010 at their first meeting for the year on Monday night.
Issaquah School District (ISD) dollars will be on the line next week as student bus-riders are tallied in an annual statewide head count.From Monday, Oct.… Continue reading
Voters in Issaquah will be asked to vote yes or no this Feb. 9 on four tax measures in the all-mail, special election concerning public schools and libraries.
With their concerns apparently satisfied, Issaquah's Urban Village Development Commission (UVDC) allowed a land-use application for a 240-unit multi-family housing development to move forward in… Continue reading
The recession has local families pinching pennies, but at least pricey natural gas — for those who have it — won't be as expensive this… Continue reading
Warehouse retailer Costco announced positive first-quarter operating results for fiscal 2010, citing improvements in sales ending November 22, 2009.
Worried that voters aren't aware of an important school levy election this February, volunteers are getting the word out across the Issaquah School District to help pass the tax measures.