Representative Lisa Callan (D) who represents Washington State’s 5th Legislative District including Issaquah has co-sponsored House Bill HB2288. The bill seeks to further exclude parents from health-related decision-making of their children. The bill’s language includes the following text: “Establishing connections between health care providers in the community and the local schools helps increase access to health services for children and gives providers perspectives on the health needs of students during...
Happening this Sunday, November 29, 2020, in Downtown Issaquah. Scan the QR code below to find local artists displaying their work in the community.
Issaquah Daily recently posted an article about a local lyft driver who experienced a racist rant from a local resident. KOMO News interviewed the driver, David Kangogo. Following that, the individual in the video apologized to King 5 News. Today, we learned that Kangogo has tested positive for the virus, and the screenshots from his Instagram page are posted below, along with an article from UberLyftDrivers.com. There is GoFundMe page...
An evening of virtual bingo is planned for 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, with all proceeds benefiting Eastside Baby Corner. The event is being hosted by the 91-year-old Kiwanis Club of Issaquah. Issaquah resident and Emmy-winning television personality Chris Cashman will be celebrity bingo caller for the evening. Cashman is often seen on King5, the Discovery Channel and Comedy Central. For 30 years, Eastside Baby Corner has provided formula, diapers, care...
Issaquah Daily received a request for help to find "Boyd"; He is a Brown and Tan Manchester Terrier. If seen please call me (208)...
Issaquah Daily received an invitation from Issaquah PTSA to a webinar this Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm titled: Gender Diversity...
As recently reported in SlashFilm.com,  "The future of Regal Cinemas is looking pretty grim. Cineworld Group, the exhibition giant and parent company to Regal,...
As racial tension across America has increased in 2020, Issaquah Daily has been publishing articles related to race relations in Issaquah. Earlier this week,...
Issaquah Daily has been covering topics related to race relations in Issaquah in 2020. A collection of those articles is available below. Issaquah Daily...
The Issaquah School District is holding it's monthly board meeting on Thursday, September 23, 2020. The full agenda is available here. In light of Governor...

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