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Opposition has surfaced on the King County Council to the push by Gov. Chris Gregoire to form a regional ferry district.
The community surrounding Timberlake Park is pleased to see the return of its furry friends to the park this year. A controversial dog ban was lifted last month after a new agreement with King County animal control promised better responses to unruly pets.
New Year starts with chilly plunge into Lake SammishAbout 100 people welcomed the New Year in Issaquah in a chilly way but participating in the… Continue reading
Young children to receive screenings Jan. 29 | Encompass sets free afternoon drop-in session at Issaquah Library
Free developmental screenings let by Encompass, the children’s and family services organization serving Issaquah, Sammamish, the Snoqualmie Valley and the greater Eastside, will be offered Jan. 27.
The executive director of the Issaquah Schools Foundation is making a special plea for people to continue their support or the organization to combat the reduction in state money for education.
Unopened Christmas gifts piled up in the Pine Lake Middle School cafeteria, while students sorted and labeled like elves.For a school centered in an affluent… Continue reading
Just in time for the holidays, hikers and cyclists found a present under the trees near Issaquah today: a new trail connection parallel to I-90.
Maureen McCarry, a kind-spirited City Council member recognized for her work with the environment, resigned Monday night. She was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease in October. “I leave the council, not with sadness, but with joy of having had the experience of serving people and pride that I have in the Issaquah community,” McCarry wrote in a resignation letter.
Habitat for Humanity of East King County will kick off the New Year with its second annual Chilly Chili Challenge volunteer event at its site in Issaquah Highlands. Volunteers will be treated to a hot lunch of chili, soup and other goodies donated by local businesses and churches.
Firefighters with Eastside Fire & Rescue (EF&R) are teaming up with the Issaquah Brewhouse to collect toys this holiday season.
The Issaquah History Museums will present Preserving Family Photos and Heirlooms don Jan. 15.
Police arrested a man in Issaquah who was caught trying to transport 149 pounds of marijuana to Chicago.
The city expects that Issaquah Creek's waters crested Sunday, after heavy rains brought floods throughout much of Western Washington.While no flooding is expected to come… Continue reading
BY SETH TRUSCOTTTHE SNOQUALMIE VALLEY RECORDRising waters overtopped lowland roads and neighborhoods in the Snoqualmie Valley this weekend.But the flood that crested Sunday, Dec. 12,… Continue reading
The Eastlake High School Dance Team made a solid showing at the Shorewood Dance Competition Dec. 4.The team received first place in the pom category… Continue reading
Children spun their dreidels like tops and counted their chocolate coins, while others squeezed between the crowd to get a peek of the menorah.The 9-foot… Continue reading
A Bellevue College campus could be coming to the Issaquah Highlands, after the city council agreed to begin negotiating the sale of land to the… Continue reading