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On Saturday, June 27, the City of Issaquah announced a special session for city council members to be held on Monday, June 29 to...
The white supremacy movement isn't new to Issaquah. We have a long history of racism in our city, dating back to documented events on...
As of 8 pm on Monday, April 6, the suspect that has evaded police, K9, and helicopter pursuit for two days has still not...
On the afternoon of Monday, March 30, there was a police presence near 600 block 1st Ave NE from a domestic situation resulting in...

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Discussion on Building New Schools Happening Next Week

The Issaquah Development Commission will hold a remote meeting on Wednesday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the District’s plans to build a...

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Free Personal Protective Equipment For Business & Non-Profits

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The following note was recently published on Facebook, and being shared here as a public service. There is a gathering taking place at the...

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