Two people have been confirmed to have measles in King County according to Public Health Seattle and King County, one of them a staff member at Tiger Mountain Community High School in Issaquah.
Don Skelton, 92, and Walt Grisham, 91 have breakfast and dinner together every day at University House in Issaquah. But more than their connection at the retirement home, they share a history that most people have never known.
Seattle Seahawk’s linebacker Leroy Hill was arrested Tuesday night, January 29, by Issaquah police on charges of domestic violence, including unlawful imprisonment and assault.
Joe Forkner was chosen by the council to serve out the remainder of the council seat vacated by Mark Mullet.
LEGOS have certainly evolved over the years and increased in popularity with both the young and old.
The theme of this year’s Salmon Days will be Streaming Live.” The name was revealed Jan. 24 at the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce’s Innovation in Issaquah lunch.
2013 Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk Series begins next week. First Friday every month, February through May.
It’s going to be a tough decision for the Issaquah City Council. Seven qualified, articulate individuals stepped up to the mic at Tuesday’s city council meeting to state why they should be chosen to replace Mark Mullet’s old seat on the council.
Fred Butler, who has spent the past 13 years on the Issaquah City Council, has announced his candidacy for mayor. Mayor Ava Frisinger has said she will not seek another term.
Now is the time to form a team, raise money and prepare for the 2013 Relay for Life of Issaquah.
Local doughnut store chain expands to Issaquah, making this their 14th location.
Matteson Companies of San Mateo, Calif., has purchased the Langara, a 134-unit apartment property in Issaquah for $28,200,000. Matteson bought the complex, located at 5105 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road, from Polygon Northwest Properties.
Cougar Mountain Zoo curator Robyn Barfoot travels to India to help save an endangered species from extinction
After failing in 2005, the issue of annexing Klahanie to Issaquah is being revisited.
Eastside Catholic sophomore, Clayton Dungey, marched in the 2013 Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, Calif. with the Honor Band of America.
Early last year, when test pits were dug by developer William Buchan Homes in and around Sammamish’s Chestnut Estates without the developer first obtaining a permit, neighbors were not happy. The city required Buchan to restore the property to its former condition, requiring re-planting.
With Mark Mullet departing the Issaquah City Council to take his new job in Olympia, the city is looking for qualified candidates to fill his position on the Issaquah City Council.
It will be two years ago this month that I heard the words “you have cancer.” It was quite a shock to say the least. I was very frightened, confused and unsure of what to do next. How could a healthy person like me have cancer?
What could have been a scar on a hillside from years of mining, has been approved for development after a year of discussion.
After five years of meetings, contemplation and reflection, the Central Issaquah Plan (CIP) will be moving forward.