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Initiative shines light on the risks of prescription opioid addiction and overdose.
Issaquah encourages locals to have fun but stay safe on the Fourth, remembering the fireworks ban.
The challenge took place on June 15 and ended with a local shaving her head.
The deputies will carry out safety patrols on King County parks and trails for leashed pets.
The notices are in the mail and values continue to rise across King County.
The website will provide a hub for services and resources for labor and sex trafficking victims.
The Fourth of July Heritage Day Celebration will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lake Washington Schools Foundation support ranges from classroom grants to district-wide programs.
David Behrens won the online vote and Stephanie Kuwasaki won the in-person vote.
Program applications are open on July, 1 for eligible water and sewer customers.
King County Libraries are air conditioned and an option for locals to stay cool during summer heat.
The 2018-2019 Tools4Schools will benefit Issaquah School District students.
Outstanding character and achievement earn post-secondary funding for local students.
Swedish recently published its 2017 Community Benefit Report.
The Recology Stores to host a bike drive in Issaquah.
Numerous Eastside Alliance members received awards for Outstanding Contribution in Human Services.
More than 3,500 students were recognized nationwide.
Sixteen Issaquah High School students won the 2018-2019 Tutta Bella Scholar Athlete Awards.
Iftar is the meal after sunset that breaks the daily fast during the month of Ramadan.
Rotary Clubs of Issaquah and Sammamish set the event for Aug. 11 at Discovery Elementary, Sammamish.