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Talus HOA rejects tree-removal appeal NEW — 5:34 p.m. Sept. 29, 2014 Most, but not all, of the disputed trees in the Talus neighborhood will be removed. A month after a contentious Talus...
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DNR lifts statewide burn ban NEW — 6 a.m. Sept. 29, 2014 The Washington State Department of Natural Resources has rescinded statewide burn ban on DNR-protected lands due to the fire danger being...
2014/09/28 15:31
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Enterovirus D68 is now in King County NEW — 6 a.m. Sept. 28, 2014 The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the presence of enterovirus D68 in King County. The CDC...
2014/09/27 13:28
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Gibson, Meerwood parks’ playground designs chosen NEW — 6 a.m. Sept. 27, 2014 Top choices in the city’s playground design contest for Gibson and Meerwood parks were announced Sept....
2014/09/26 13:28
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State park visitors get free parking Saturday NEW — 6 a.m. Sept. 26, 2014 Washington State Parks is offering “free days” when visitors are not required to display the Discover Pass to visit a state...
2014/09/25 13:28
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Issaquah free Route 200 reduction begins tomorrow NEW — 6 a.m. Sept. 25, 2014 Even though Metro Transit recommended cutting Route 200 to the King County Council in its initial April proposal to...
2014/09/25 03:28
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Art by Heart comes to Salmon Days Art by Heart, a nonprofit organization founded by three ninth-graders at Skyline High School, interacts with children with different abilities while spreading...
2014/09/25 02:28
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Drop off old, leftover medication at Issaquah Police Department NEW — 5:22 p.m. Sept. 24, 2014 Saving unused or expired medication is a bad idea that can lead to improper and illegal use. There is...
2014/09/24 09:28
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Delane Agnew completes private pilot certificate Delane Agnew completed her FAA private pilot certificate at Rocky Mountain College with a check ride June 29. Delane Agnew celebrates receiving her...
2014/09/24 09:28
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Engagement — Zahedi-Spung Shawn and Alex Zahedi, announce the engagement of their daughter, Leilah Deborah Zahedi, to Abraham James Spung, son of Shari and Scott Spung, of Sammamish. Abraham Spung...
2014/09/24 08:28
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School district makes $70,000 in change orders Nearly $70,000 in change orders have been made to the construction projects at Apollo and Issaquah Valley elementary schools. A contract with Babbit...
2014/09/24 08:28
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Off The Press — These people are gone but are not forgotten Every single person in this world makes a ripple. Every single person matters. That was the message at a funeral ceremony for 33 women and...
2014/09/24 08:28
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Volunteers needed for fall cyclist, walker count During a three-day survey last year, volunteers counted nearly 66,000 bicyclists and pedestrians across Washington. About 400 volunteers are needed...
2014/09/24 07:28
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Wedding — Blankenstein-Tanascu Craig and Cathy Blankenstein are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Kellie Blankenstein, of Issaquah, to Jason Tanascu, of Gardiner, Montana. The...
2014/09/24 07:28
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Passport services go on holiday schedule If your plans include international travel, prepare for holiday schedule changes to local passport services. Passport applications are accepted by...
2014/09/24 07:28
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Issaquah edges Liberty on the golf course The Issaquah High School golf team emerged victorious in a preseason match against district foe Liberty; but it was a promising Patriot, not an Eagle, who...
2014/09/24 04:28
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Class of 2014 passes grad assessments at 90 percent clip More than 90 percent of the class of 2014, last year’s high-school seniors, passed all of their assessment graduation requirements, the...
2014/09/24 04:28
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Sammy the Salmon seeks Salmon Days festival volunteers The growth of the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival requires more people to help put on the award-winning community celebration Oct. 4-5. About 100...
2014/09/24 03:28
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Master gardener’s corner — Bugged or elated? I was down at Boehm’s the other day. The weather was gray but warm, and I was feeling a little flat. When I got out of my car I sniffed the air to see if...
2014/09/24 03:28
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Issaquah Women’s Club hosts scholarship fundraiser When Issaquah resident Lorena Kott moved to the city two years ago, she sought an outlet that would both help her meet people and give back to her...
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