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Three Issaquah students and nine from the Sammamish area are participating in phase one of the Washington Aerospace Scholars Program at The Museum of Flight in Seattle.
Reps. Glenn Anderson and Jay Rodne are inviting residents of the 5th District to participate in their telephone town hall meeting Feb. 16.
Full of passion, Leonard Whitfield was on the rise in the glassblowing community in 2006. He could shape anything he imagined, and he was about… Continue reading
Long-time Republican and community activist, Bob Brunjes, was ratified to his third term as chairman of the 5th legislative district GOP at the group's organizational meeting.
A candlelight vigil for the Issaquah teen that died in a car crash Tuesday showed the tightness of the lacrosse community, even as fierce competitors.Roughly… Continue reading
An 18-year-old Issaquah High School lacrosse player died in a three-car collision on I-405 Tuesday.Tyler Lucas, a Chrysalis High School senior, had a successful athletic… Continue reading
Family, friends and community members are invited to come remember 18-year-old Tyler Lucas at 8:30 p.m., tonight in the Issaquah High School courtyard.
Construction crews have carefully mounted a 1940s neon sing on the First Stage Theatre, a sure sign that the building's renovation is nearing completion.
Rep. Glenn Anderson, R-Fall City, has introduced House Joint Resolution 4214, which proposes a constitutional amendment that would allow the state to dissolve and reorganize counties that receive twice as much in state transfer payments as they generate in state tax revenues. The proposal has bipartisan support.
Overlake Hospital Medical Center and Providence Health & Services in Washington have formed a partnerships with Healthagen and its iTriage application to give local residents on-the-go access to medical and facilities information.
Washington State University has announced students from the Issaquah/Sammamish area who have qualified for the honor roll.
Eastside Fire & Rescue (EF&R) Fire Chief Lee Soptich was sworn in as the president of the King County Fire Chiefs Association (KCFCA) on Jan. 19, for a second term.
As the Eastside passes through another week of frigid temperatures, Vincent Flint counts down the days left until the Bellevue Severe Weather Shelter packs up and moves to Redmond. For four Eastside cities, including Issaquah, the move is the chance to provide a shelter for homeless all winter. It’s about saving lives. It’s humane. For Flint, it’s a disaster.
The Issaquah Community Network has elected four new members to the board of directors.
Residents who want to learn how to preserve family photos and heirlooms can get details Saturday when the Issaquah History Museums presents Preserving Your Past.
With 11 state legislators answering questions on topics from business taxes to education, members of 10 east King County chambers of commerce recently got at least a small glimpse of the upcoming legislative session in Olympia.
In spite of a drop in legacy funding, Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH) finished 2010 in the black, thanks mainly to increased memberships, new donations and by reining in expenses.