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The recent housing development in the Sammamish, Redmond and Issaquah area has taken too much of the natural wildlife that the area is known for.… Continue reading
The following is an open letter to the Issaquah Valley Seniors Board of Directors: As longtime members and still current users of the Issaquah Valley… Continue reading
Puget Sound Energy would like to thank Issaquah residents for your interest in energy efficiency. Through Wednesday, Nov. 23, PSE is offering every residential customer… Continue reading
If there’s one thing retired military people know about it’s duty. Steve McLaughlin is a retired U.S. Navy commander and he knows all about duty.… Continue reading
As a gun sense voter, I throw my full support behind Tana Senn for state representative District 41. Tana has been working hard to reduce… Continue reading
I would like to express to you why I feel that Paul Graves is the man that I would like representing my family and me… Continue reading
We need state representatives like Ramiro Valderrama in Olympia. I am proud to be serving with him on the Sammamish City Council,
Ever wonder what you can do about climate change? As a grandmother, I sure do.
Traffic is a big problem in Issaquah. We all agree on that.
Newport Way’s drainage ditches devour vehicles on icy days. On rainy days, Sunset Way’s gravel shoulders and insufficient stormwater collection results in flooding, loose rock and mud on the street.
“I (Heart) Issaquah!” Do you remember that bumper sticker? Or remember “A Special Place Where People Care.”
Many things have been said in favor of the Issaquah Traffic Bond, Proposition 1, from residents of Providence Point.
“persistent and credible reports of systematic, state-sanctioned organ harvesting from non-consenting prisoners of conscience in the People’s Republic of China”
What ever happened to the good old days when our worst worries on the Fourth of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks?
I’m glad Vice President Joe Biden was in Seattle recently talking about curing cancer; we are making progress.
On April 26, voters in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) will have the opportunity to make a quantum improvement in their schools.
As a 33-year resident and parent living on a fixed income on Education Hill, my wife and I had a hard time stomaching
After nearly eight months of countless drives and preparation, on Feb. 27 the Hope Festival served over 600 families with 300 volunteers from more than five high schools.
Please do not listen to the one guy who asked the Reporter not to use plastic bags. My latest edition is slowly decomposing in my driveway from all the rain.
This should be a wake-up call here where Issaquah School District high schools start at 7:25 a.m. and middle schools begin at 7:40 a.m.