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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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Issaquah High School Football Players Signing Ceremony

Three Issaquah High School student athletes had a socially distanced signing ceremony on the playing field at IHS on Saturday, Feb. 27 where they...

Local Mom Launches Business to Help Kids Cope With Feelings

A local Issaquah mom and teacher who grew up on Mercer Island has launched a new business and products to support social and emotional...

Issaquah Councilmember Goodman Will Not Seek Re-election

Issaquah attorney Stacy Goodman today announced that she will not seek re-election to the Issaquah City Council.  “On March 7, I will have served...

Community Support Needed For Homeless During Freezing Conditions

As winter weather continues there are opportunities in our community to help those people in shelter who are experiencing homelessness during severe cold and...

Issaquah School District COVID-19 Data Privacy Concerns Raised

The status of a full return to in-person learning in the Issaquah School District (ISD) remains uncertain as Covid-19 challenges impact the timing of...

Senator Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah) Files Bill for In-Person Learning at Schools

In a bipartisan effort, Senator John Braun (R – Centralia) and Senator Mark Mullet (D – Issaquah) have filed a bill to require local...

Join The Issaquah Daily Editorial Team

Issaquah Daily began publishing in November, 2013, primarily on Facebook and Twitter. There are also Instagram and YouTube pages. The website is brand new,...

Issaquah Official Co-Sponsored Legislation Placing Health Centers in Schools; Bypassing Parents

UPDATE: The legislation that was submitted below in the 2019-20 session has been refiled under a different bill name, by a different sponsor, for...

Artists Sunday Happening in Issaquah Thanksgiving Weekend

Happening this Sunday, November 29, 2020, in Downtown Issaquah. Scan the QR code below to find local artists displaying their work in the community.

Lyft Driver Who Experienced Racism Tests Positive For Covid-19

Issaquah Daily recently posted an article about a local lyft driver who experienced a racist rant from a local resident. KOMO News interviewed the...

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