August 31, 2015
August 26, 2015
Police can grow their budget and save lives
Police Chief Scott Behrbaum, I know how you can fund your entire budget. I can personally guarantee it’ll work.
Position an officer two blocks west of Zeeks on Northeast Park Drive, the main road feeding homes in the Issaquah Highlands.
July 23, 2015
The Grand Ridge Plaza Sounds of Summer concert series continues July 25 with a trio of stringed instrumentalists.
July 16, 2015
For whatever reason, the Issaquah City Council Position 4 seat to be vacated at year’s end by Joshua Schaer has attracted its fair share of attention.
In the Aug. 4 primary, voters will choose from among four candidates hoping to replace Schaer. Ballots for the primary were mailed July 15.
July 16, 2015
For City Council Position 6, voters will have a choice of retaining incumbent Council President Paul Winterstein or choosing between two political newcomers. A third resident filed for the race, but later withdrew.
June 10, 2015
Jill Thomas has joined TeamBuilder KW LLC as CEO of its new resale division, operating as T3, The Thomas Team.
June 3, 2015
On June 8, the Route 200 Freebee bus will be extended to the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride via Southeast Black Nugget Road and Highlands Drive Northeast to improve rider demand and route performance.
May 27, 2015
While a final answer may not arrive until the end of next month, at least one local legislator is hoping he can bring home some dollars to ease congestion on Interstate 90.
The city was in line for about $126 million for road projects in the Senate version of the state’s latest budget, Mayor Fred Butler said in March.
May 12, 2015
A roughly 53,976-square-foot site in the corner of the Issaquah Highlands, once slated for a Marriot hotel, is now on the auction block for $1.8 million.
The property sits next to Grand Ridge Plaza, at the corner of 10th Avenue Northeast and Falls Drive.
May 5, 2015
The message written on the playground in colorful chalk got right to the point: “Aphids are pests. Ladybugs eat aphids.”
That was one of the main lessons Grand Ridge Elementary School students took away from their Earth Day activities April 22. With the help of volunteers from the Issaquah Highlands Community Association, the students released about 18,000 ladybugs into the school’s Grizzly Patch Garden and neighboring landscape.