Meet J.P. Patches downtown tonight

November 7, 2008

NEW — 11:42 a.m. November 7, 2008

Famed clown J.P. Patches will make an in-store appearance tonight at Front Street Market. Read more

Duo to follow their dreams of fame to L.A.

November 6, 2008

Since each could remember, Alyssa Wright, 13, and Alita Campbell, 14, have longed to leave their mark on the world of film. 

“I’ve always wanted to act,” Alyssa said. “When I saw Miley Cyrus get famous, I knew I wanted to be like her.” Read more

Youth Theatre’s ‘Robin Hood’ stars local actor

November 6, 2008

Issaquah’s Ross Johnson has the lead role in Youth Theatre Northwest’s production of ‘Robin Hood,’ which opens the theater’s 25th season Nov. 7.

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Election results — NEW— 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah fire bond

November 6, 2008

NEW — 3:33 p.m. November 6, 2008

Here are updated election results for the 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah’s fire bond to build a new station: Read more

Voters OK new fire station

November 5, 2008

NEW — 1:10 p.m. November 5, 2005

Issaquah voters on Nov. 4 resoundingly approved a $4.5 million bond measure to build a new fire station on Maple Street Northwest at state Route 900. The vote was better than a 2-to-1 ratio in favor. Read more

Election results — 5th District, 41st District, Issaquah fire bond

November 5, 2008

NEW — 11:11 a.m. November 5, 2008

Here are election results for the 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah’s fire bond to build a new station:

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Road construction closes Challenger driveways

November 5, 2008

NEW — 5:25 p.m. November 5, 2008

The driveway to Challenger Elementary School, 25200 S.E. Klahanie Blvd., will close beginning at 6 a.m. Nov. 6 for emergency construction. Read more

Prepare now for heavy rain later this week

November 5, 2008

NEW — 1:58 p.m. November 5, 2008

The National Weather Service is predicting heavy rain for the end of this week, which serves as a good reminder to Issaquah citizens and businesses that now is the time to get ready for fall and winter storms. Read more

Spanish Club makes the real world its practical classroom

November 4, 2008

a server at Las Margaritas, during the Spanish club’s first Una Tertulia Oct. 27. Photo By Chantelle Lusebrink

Tacha Romany (above, left), a Spanish exchange student at Issaquah High School, orders food from Salvador Gomez, a server at Las Margaritas, during the Spanish club’s first Una Tertulia Oct. 27. Photo By Chantelle Lusebrink

“Hola. Como estas?” Andrea Noon, a Spanish teacher at Issaquah High School, asked her students as they seated themselves Oct. 27. “Como te llamas?” Read more

Look closer at Liberty, where diversity abounds

November 4, 2008

A visitor to Liberty High School probably would not choose “diverse” as a word to describe it. However, for those well acquainted with the school, Liberty boasts diversity in myriad aspects.

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