The countdown has started for hands-free calling here in our state. It can’t come soon enough.
Don’t let the snowstorms of the past couple of months fool you, motorcycle riding season is upon us here in Washington.
It doesn’t appear that the city of Issaquah has learned anything from the multi-year tug-a-war between King County and the rural land-owners debate. In a nutshell, you can’t impose city-type regulations against rural land lots. The case in point is the proposed new city ordinance that limits homeowners to cutting down three trees per year on their lot. If the target is a city-sized lot, then this regulation might make sense… but when it’s a 1-plus acre lot with approximately 50 trees and a home, then the regulation is just more unnecessary government bureaucratic regulation. And — worst of all, it costs the homeowner unnecessary fees for absolutely no value in return.
When Mary Trask got a new bicycle as a Christmas surprise, she was torn about what to do with her old one.
The Issaquah Little League 9-10-year-old Coast Softball Tigers beat the Eastlake Huskies 9-3 last Saturday in an extremely competitive contest.
Jeff Altchech, an assistant for recently-resigned Issaquah boys basketball coach Jeff Patrick, was hired as the new head coach earlier this week.
Issaquah kept its record flawless and clinched a state tournament bid, beating Newport, 4-2, in the Sea-King District fastpitch softball championship last Friday.
After narrowly making it in to the 4A state tournament, the Eastlake soccer team continues to make noise.
The Skyline girls track and field team claimed its fifth consecutive Sea-King crown last Friday, edging rival Issaquah 114-103.
It was a matter of experience vs. inexperience Saturday as Issaquah cruised past Hazen, 20-2, in the regional-round state baseball tournament at Bellevue’s Bannerwood Park.
Pads, helmets, sticks were launched into the air as the Issaquah High School club lacrosse team swarmed the 40-yard line of Seattle’s Memorial Stadium to form a massive human pile.
The Eagles explosive celebration was a much deserved one, as they nabbed their first ever Division I state championship Saturday afternoon by knocking off rival Bainbridge, 11-8.
It is often called “The Forgotten War” or “The Unknown War,” but many veterans remember it all too well.
Things may change at Liberty, then again they may not.
Local legislators met with the Issaquah School Board on May 14 for a debriefing of last session and a look toward the upcoming session.
The community came out in force for the 29th Annual Community Awards Banquet on Tuesday.
The Issaquah City Council spent the better part of an hour Monday listening to an update on Sound Transit’s new long-term plan following the failure of Prop. 1 last fall.
A recent study underscores the fact that good health isn’t just a matter of personal choice for Americans.
The districtwide Issaquah PTSA Council announced last week that Executive Director of Elementary and Middle Schools Ron Thiele is this year’s Outstanding Educator.
More often than not, victory goes to the aggressor.