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30-year Issaquah resident, Richard Sanford, publishes fifth novel.
The city of Issaquah has received funding for three major projects from the state legislature.
Students, volunteers, and business owners received awards for their dedication to the community.
Pilot program would benefit wineries, breweries and distilleries. Several farmers are concerned.
Plastic is piling up everywhere from King County to ocean floors, and humans keep making more.
Community members shared their experiences with the Jarvis’ after they died in a collision on May 29.
Gibson Ek is one of eight Big Picture schools in the state.
The master plan will be built primarily on community feedback as it develops throughout 2019.
Decreases are not even among different demographics.
The city’s problems may not just be in its finance department.
Local departments are making the push for permanent funding.
Senior Centers in Issaquah, North Bend, and Carnation apply for more than $400,00o in funding.
The last Wine & Art Walk of 2019 is June 1.
Man may have been infectious while at MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care.
With the 737 Max crisis far from over, there was speculation that a 797 decision might be delayed.
The city council unanimously approved the “Our Issaquah” strategic plan at their May 6 meeting.
Joint effort to curb unwanted harassment proves successful.
The Issaquah Valley Trolley has begun its summer round trip rides from the depot to Gilman Boulevard
Susan Chen’s story begins as a criminal matter. In 2013 she paid a visit to a King County care facility with her son and saw… Continue reading
A report on chemical impacts to the Lower Issaquah Valley is being finalized by the city.