A local Issaquah mom and teacher who grew up on Mercer Island has launched a new business and products to support social and emotional intelligence in children. Marcelle Waldman holds a deep passion for building social-emotional skills in our children and educating parents and caregivers in our community and beyond on its vast importance. According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) the approach to establishing...
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 for 10 years,” Goodman said.  “It’s time to move on at the end of this year.”  Goodman initially was appointed to fill a vacant seat in March 2011, elected the next November to serve out the remaining two-year term, and then twice re-elected in 2013 and...
As winter weather continues there are opportunities in our community to help those people in shelter who are experiencing homelessness during severe cold and snow. Issaquah residents needing housing during this time are being housed in both Issaquah and Snoqualmie Valley, due to the increased need.  Here is information about how you can help if you are moved to do so. The most urgent needs right now are meals, prepackaged...
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 events. School district officials, administrators, teachers and parents are all reviewing Covid-19 data to help inform their thought process and decision-making.  ISD is closely monitoring health data, and what information they share with stakeholders in the community, while respecting privacy.  The Issaquah School District currently has...
In a bipartisan effort, Senator John Braun (R – Centralia) and Senator Mark Mullet (D – Issaquah) have filed a bill to require local...
Issaquah Daily began publishing in November, 2013, primarily on Facebook and Twitter. There are also Instagram and YouTube pages. The website is brand new,...
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...
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...
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...

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