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Hall, now entering his rookie year as a racer, couldn't be more thrilled for the Tastin' and Racin' event June 11 and 12 at Lake Sammamish State Park.
While last weekend’s rain dampened the Skyline High School fields, it didn’t dampen the spirits of Relay for Life volunteers, who raised $230,000 this year.
The Legislature is expected to pass down another $4.3 million in budget cuts to the Issaquah School District next year.The Lake Washington School District, which… Continue reading
McTeacher night was one of several efforts the district hopes will raise $500,000 by June 15. The Issaquah Schools Foundation has about $200,000 to go.
Got mice or rats? Try barn cats. That's the message from Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC).
More than 60 Microsoft employees from the Sammamish Campus joined the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust in ongoing restoration efforts on Issaquah Creek at Lake Sammamish State Park on May 20.
The Providence Point Library will sponsor a used book sale in the basement of Town Hall, 4135 Providence Point Drive S.E., on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, June 5, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Various groups from throughout Issaquah honored members of the community in the 32nd Annual Community Awards Banquet May 17. The Chamber of Commerce hosted the event.
Among 13 other goals, council members last weekend added revitalizing the park to its short list of projects to tackle in 2012, during a goal setting retreat May 13.
Wildlife officers think they captured the bear that an Issaquah couple found napping in their garage last week.
Bagpipe instructor Neil Hubbard, center, works with John Parkinson, right, of Eastside Fire & Rescue, and Dale Griffin, of Woodinville Fire and Rescue, during a practice session of Eastside Firefighters Pipes & Drums at the North end fire station of the Mercer Island Fire Department on Wednesday, May 11.
Issaquah High School seniors who reported binge drinking — having five or more drinks in a row — rose to 28 percent this year. While figures like these may be shocking, the Issaquah Community Network is hoping to use them to effect change in the community.
A 12-year-old Issaquah Middle student pleaded not guilty Tuesday to allegations that she hacked into a classmates Facebook page and posted lewd messages.
BY CELESTE GRACEY ISSAQUAH REPORTER Just before thousands head to rivers to cool off from spring’s first heat, firefighters were waist deep in the frigid Snoqualmie River, freshening up their rescue skills.
BY CELESTE GRACEY ISSAQUAH REPORTER With declining facilities and a beach filled with weeds, Lake Sammamish State Park is now struggling to attract the picnickers and swimmers it once did. The solution isn’t just more money, he said. It’s in finding people willing to champion Lake Sammamish over the long haul.
BY CELESTE GRACEY Issaquah Reporter This is the first of a two-part series looking at Lake Sammamish State Park and examining its problems. This week’s story focuses on the park’s biggest struggles. Next week will focus on possible solutions.
BY CELESTE GRACEY ISSAQUAH REPORTER As Issaquah neared completion of a natural restoration project at Squak Valley North, it discovered a leaky oil tank had contaminated about 56 tons of soil.
Twenty-four students from Issaquah and Sammamish have been named to the dean's list at Seattle Pacific University for 2011 winter quarter.
BY CELESTE GRACEY Issaquah Reporter A compilation of incidents taken from Issaquah police reports.
Area students have been named to the Central Washington University honor roll for Winter quarter 2011.