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                                Providence Point residents raise hands in support of a Providence Point speaker at the Jan. 21 city council meeting.

City council approves Providence Heights rezone

Though approved, a disappointed council desires major changes to master site plan.

 

Issaquah High School graduates. File photo

IHS moves forward with graduation honors recognition

After student sessions, the committee should have decisions formalized by March.

 

Washington doesn’t know true vaccination data

New auditor’s report shows schools have not reported accurate vaccination data.

 

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                                Eric Ankrim and Allison Standley star as George and Amalia in Village Theatre’s production of “She Loves Me.”

“She Loves Me” set to debut at Village Theatre

The story that inspired “You’ve Got Mail” debuts Jan. 16.

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                                Eric Ankrim and Allison Standley star as George and Amalia in Village Theatre’s production of “She Loves Me.”

City council delays Providence Heights rezone vote to Jan. 21

The delay will give ISD and Providence Point residents more time to come up with a solution.

Issaquah City Council member Stacy Goodman speaks at a special meeting on Dec. 5 regarding a SEPA appeal of a city comprehensive plan amendment that proposes land-use zoning changes for eight parcels, including on the Providence Heights property now owned by the Issaquah School District. Natalie DeFord/staff photo

Appeal denied, ISD project progressing

Rezoning of Providence Heights, seven other properties will move forward.

Issaquah City Council member Stacy Goodman speaks at a special meeting on Dec. 5 regarding a SEPA appeal of a city comprehensive plan amendment that proposes land-use zoning changes for eight parcels, including on the Providence Heights property now owned by the Issaquah School District. Natalie DeFord/staff photo
For the 15th year, Jacksons Food Stores are matching donations dollar-for-dollar in support of the annual Gift of Peace campaign to help end domestic violence. Photo courtesy of Fiona Gwozdz

15th annual Gift of Peace campaign works to help end domestic violence

All dove sales go to support Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV).

For the 15th year, Jacksons Food Stores are matching donations dollar-for-dollar in support of the annual Gift of Peace campaign to help end domestic violence. Photo courtesy of Fiona Gwozdz
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                                Master Chorus Eastside at their 2017 performance of “A Christmas Carol.”

A Christmas chorale shines new light on classic Dickens tale

A synthesis of readers theater and Christmas carols, Master Chorus Eastside presents “A Christmas Carol.”

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                                Master Chorus Eastside at their 2017 performance of “A Christmas Carol.”
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                                Washington Fencing Academy (WFC) Veteran Fencing World Championship athletes: Mark Lundborg, Ellen O’Leary and Jeff Gueble.

Lundborg wins 2019 Veteran World Championships

The now 60-year-old recently won the Veteran World Championships in October.

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                                Washington Fencing Academy (WFC) Veteran Fencing World Championship athletes: Mark Lundborg, Ellen O’Leary and Jeff Gueble.
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                                The Light Up the Night Lighted People Parade and Holiday Beach Party will be 5–6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, at Lake Sammamish State Park.

Light Up the Night people parade returns

The Light Up the Night lighted people parade and Holiday Beach Party will be at 5–6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1 at Lake Sammamish State Park.

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                                The Light Up the Night Lighted People Parade and Holiday Beach Party will be 5–6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, at Lake Sammamish State Park.
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                                Dr. Nse Ekpo is the new Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra conductor.

IPO welcomes new conductor

Dr. Ense Ekpo will conduct his first concert with IPO on Nov. 25.

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                                Dr. Nse Ekpo is the new Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra conductor.
Skyline sexual assault survivors go forward with lawsuit. File photo

ISD lawsuit trial date delayed until next spring

Skyline sexual assault survivors go forward with lawsuit.

Skyline sexual assault survivors go forward with lawsuit. File photo

Gallinger leads ISD Pos. 3; Weaver leads ISD Pos. 5

Preliminary results came in Tuesday night.

Hall leads council Pos. 2; Flood leads council Pos. 3

Preliminary results came in Tuesday night.

The ISD bus paddle camera program will go into effect in November. Courtesy photo

ISD launches bus paddle program

The program will go into effect in November.

The ISD bus paddle camera program will go into effect in November. Courtesy photo
Influence the Choice executive director, Jerry Blackburn, gives parents and community members resources and information on how to address to youth about substance abuse at the Drug Alcohol Use in Our Community event on Oct. 16. Madison Miller / staff photo

‘This is a we thing’: school, parents, community unite to address substance abuse

The Drug Alcohol Use in Our Community event was held on Oct. 16.

Influence the Choice executive director, Jerry Blackburn, gives parents and community members resources and information on how to address to youth about substance abuse at the Drug Alcohol Use in Our Community event on Oct. 16. Madison Miller / staff photo
From left, Skyline High School juniors Tom Beatty died Aug. 11 and Lucas Beirer died Sept. 30. Ballard High School student Gabriel Lilienthal died Sept. 29. Officials believe the teens most likely ingested what they thought were legitimate opioid tablets when, in fact, they were counterfeit drugs — traced with other toxic drugs, like fentanyl. Photos courtesy of the Beatty, Beirer and Lilienthal families.

Families should not ‘hide or be ashamed’: Community unites following Sammamish teen deaths

Three King County teens have recently died from fentanyl overdoses.

From left, Skyline High School juniors Tom Beatty died Aug. 11 and Lucas Beirer died Sept. 30. Ballard High School student Gabriel Lilienthal died Sept. 29. Officials believe the teens most likely ingested what they thought were legitimate opioid tablets when, in fact, they were counterfeit drugs — traced with other toxic drugs, like fentanyl. Photos courtesy of the Beatty, Beirer and Lilienthal families.

City council candidates touch on city’s issues

Candidates discuss the mayor’s proposed budget, traffic and affordable housing.

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                                Skyline High School seniors Ethan Kinnan, Siena Merrin and Blake Abrahamsen founded the Filled in Hearts Club.

“Students have to be part of the solution”: Skyline students launch Filled in Hearts Club

Filled in Hearts club’s objective is to raise awareness, spur conversations and erase negative stigmas around drugs, suicide and mental health illnesses.

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                                Skyline High School seniors Ethan Kinnan, Siena Merrin and Blake Abrahamsen founded the Filled in Hearts Club.
EPO Replacement Levy total combined tax rates from 1998-2033. Photo courtesy of ISD

ISD approves new replacement levy resolution

The EPO levy will be on the February 11, 2020 ballot.

EPO Replacement Levy total combined tax rates from 1998-2033. Photo courtesy of ISD