Katy Manning

Currently editor-in-chief of the Skyline High School newspaper, The Forum.

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At schools across the Issaquah School District, many student athletes are beginning preparation for fall sports, in hopes that they will be allowed to...
The coronavirus shutdown which closed many local schools made class difficult for many high school musicians. At Skyline high school, the Vocal Jazz choir...
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many seniors in the class of 2020 face the reality that they will not be able to have a...

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For Air Quality and CO2-Reduction, Biofuel Mandate is Wasteful and Ineffective

“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 Brings Restaurant Quality Seafood to Issaquah

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...

Issaquah’s Capri Cellars – Come for The Wine, Stay for The Education

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 Brings Creekside Farm-to-table Dining to Gilman Village this Summer

The Well & Table restaurant will open their doors to customers just in time to enjoy the outdoor patio facing Issaquah Creek. Originally planned...

The Delicate Situation Between Parents and The Issaquah School District on the Return to In-Person Learning

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...

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...

Recent posts

For Air Quality and CO2-Reduction, Biofuel Mandate is Wasteful and Ineffective

“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 Brings Restaurant Quality Seafood to Issaquah

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...

Issaquah’s Capri Cellars – Come for The Wine, Stay for The Education

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 Brings Creekside Farm-to-table Dining to Gilman Village this Summer

The Well & Table restaurant will open their doors to customers just in time to enjoy the outdoor patio facing Issaquah Creek. Originally planned...

The Delicate Situation Between Parents and The Issaquah School District on the Return to In-Person Learning

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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