Issaquah was named one of the “Best Healthy Places to Retire” by U.S. News & World Report in its most current issue, scheduled to hit newsstands today.
Silver and mercury from fillings, fats and oils, cleaning chemicals. All of these contaminants could end up in the stormwater and potentially in Issaquah rivers and lakes. But not if Dana Zlateff has anything to do with it.
Since Sammamish incorporated in 1999, city leaders have forged creative partnerships to build all-weather sports fields at Eastlake and Skyline High Schools, new hiking trails, a popular skateboard park, Ebright Creek Park and more.
The idea for Village Theatre’s new musical “Saint Heaven” was born when Composer Keith Gordon met novelist Steve Lyons about five years ago at a cocktail party in New York. Lyons described the plot of a novel he was working on, and Gordon was immediately hooked.
A flock of geese flew overhead during the a ceremony to officially recognize the completion of a
$96 million project on State Route 202, as if to emphasize the 16-acre wetland included in the package.
You might think that this is absurd: A guy campaigning for governor on the platform form of “I won’t raise your taxes” on the citizens of Washington state is faced with the potential of having his personal taxes raised, since he is a resident of Sammamish.
It’s pretty obvious that Salmon Days wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the fish. The Issaquah Salmon Hatchery is a main attraction for the city year round, but especially during Salmon Days.
The Lake Washington School District Board of Directors will host a conversation with legislators who serve on the Joint Task Force on Basic Education Funding. The Legislature directed the task force to: review the definition of basic education and the funding formulas; develop options for a new funding structure; propose a new definition of basic education that matches the expectations of the state education system.