It’s April, but old man Winter hasn’t yet loosened his grip on Western Washington. Residents across the area Thursday are…
After delaying a recommendation for about a year, the Issaquah School District (ISD) administration formally backed replacing math curriculum textbooks at their March 10 School Board meeting.
Winning plaudits from Washington, D.C., Issaquah homeowners will soon be receiving a friendly reminder and some blue dye in the mail as part of the city’s campaign to conserve drinking water.
Starting March 15, the “Fix-A-Leak-Week” campaign is an effort to encourage local residents and homeowners to use common-sense measures — such as taking a shorter shower or fixing a leaky toilet resevoir.
Sammamish resident Larry Larsen ought to go and get some lottery tickets.
On Jan. 13. Larsen’s heart stopped beating when he suffered a cardiac arrest. He was saved by emergency CPR administered by a team of nearby veterinarians. But it was to be just the first of four occasions over the next three days when Larsen would clinically die.
Thanks to the unique geology of wells that feed Issaquah’s water supply, the City of Issaquah’s Public Works Operations Department will be conducting routine water main flushing over a period of two weeks, starting March 15.
Crews will conduct the annual maintenance on the mains in the northwest part of the city. The water lines serve neighborhoods that lie near the Interstate 90 corridor including Lakemont, Montreux, Talus, Pickering, Tibbetts Creek, Gilman and Newport.