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Festivities for the rest of the week have been canceled.
City council hears presentation about recent website redesign.
Mayor, administrator, schools superintendent speak at luncheon.
Eastside gets new nightclub, mini golf, swing suites.
Observe and preserve neighborhood housing styles.
Issaquah’s new 25-year-old councilmember talks policies and plans.
Victoria Hunt named Council President, Chris Reh the Deputy Council President.
The story of Providence Heights College’s colored windows, and where they are now.
Traffic light, new driveways coming to Providence Point entrances.
Downtown Issaquah Association has Rovin’ Fiddlers Solstice Gathering.
Redesign went live Dec. 5 and aims to reduce number of clicks to access pertinent info.
New aid available for low income residents as tax, rate increases approach.
Local artists, crafters sell handmade gifts in downtown Issaquah.
A walk in the Cougar Mountain preserved hillside.
Revised budget passes six to one.
Local church plans to give out 1,500 free turkeys.
Residents, school district officials and city council discuss Providence Heights zoning to accommodate a comprehensive high school.
Volunteer events, new forest stewardship program.
Passing of the initiative could have major consequences for Issaquah.
Blakely Hall was full of bright colors, paper flowers, painted faces, sugar skulls and altar offerings on the evening of Nov. 1 as Issaquah Highlands… Continue reading