A ‘morning-to-evening’ French experience comes to Issaquah this month with L’Experience Paris, a new café and bistro, located above downtown Issaquah in the Talus neighborhood. The morning experience offers freshly baked artisan croissants, pastries, quiches, Croque-Monsieur, and authentic French coffees and teas. The evening experience, expected to begin in late Spring, will offer a French wine bar and bistro, serving up a ‘menu du jour’ with items such as...
A 7th grade student at Issaquah Middle School recently failed to complete an assignment, and the parents were shocked to learn why. That family contacted the Issaquah School District, who have since removed the assignment and investigating the inappropriate material.  According to the student’s parents, their child was given the assignment to "read and analyze a poem" from  7th grade Language Arts teacher Ms. Johnson, seen below.  The following email was...
Mount Si Fungi built their new mushroom ‘Farm-stand’ home in an old mechanic’s garage on Front Street S., just past Issaquah High School. They sell fresh, locally grown varieties of mushrooms such as Blue Oyster, Shitake, Black Oyster, Lion’s Mane, and Cinnamon Cap, to name a few. Owners Dathan Turnpaugh and Christopher Brown also sell farm-to-table meal kits  in partnership with Chef Lindsey Miller, as well as a number of other Community Supported Agriculture...
The Panthers Youth Rugby Club is currently underrepresented from players in Issaquah and actively recruiting for more individuals interested in the sport. There are two players and a coach from Issaquah. Players participate from areas including Sammamish, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland and as far as Woodinville, Duval, Monroe and South Seattle.  The club accepts boys and girls as young as 1st grade through high school. The youngest ones (U8 and U10)...
On April 5, 2021, the Issaquah City Council voted to enact a new electric vehicle charging ordinance that will become effective tomorrow, April 13. The...
“The cure is worse than the disease.” It is a phrase I have come across frequently in the last 20 years working in health...
Sea Town Foods, a family-owned retailer of restaurant-quality seafood, is open for business in downtown Issaquah.  Located on Front street, behind Krawbar and next...
Capri Cellars, located in downtown Issaquah, is a wine bar, store, and bistro, with a unique format that encourages customers to taste across carefully...
The Well & Table restaurant will open their doors to customers just in time to enjoy the outdoor patio facing Issaquah Creek. Originally planned...
On Feb.11, kindergarten and first graders returned to a hybrid learning model in the Issaquah School District (ISD).  Students will be attending school on...

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