City hosts job fair on April 28

April 14, 2015

The city of Issaquah’s second job fair returns April 28.

The fair, for job seekers between the ages of 16 and 24, is from 2-5 p.m. at Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. N.W.

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Strike a pose — Issaquah High School prepares for annual fashion show

April 7, 2015

About two-dozen students stood on the Issaquah High School stage and nervously peered out into the sea of empty seats April 1.

They suddenly burst into movement when, with the press of a button, music began to blare from the auditorium’s speakers — it was time to strike a pose.

One by one, the Issaquah students walked the tape-lined stage, a mock-runway of sorts, each stopping three times for full fashion-show effect. They weren’t perfect — some turned the wrong direction, while others failed to hold a pose long enough — but it didn’t matter, this was just practice.

By Christina Corrales-Toy Issaquah High School freshman Samuel Bailey practices his runway pose with the help of volunteer Dawn Farmer, as they rehearse April 1 for the school’s 2015 IFashion Show and Auction on April 24.

By Christina Corrales-Toy
Issaquah High School freshman Samuel Bailey practices his runway pose with the help of volunteer Dawn Farmer, as they rehearse April 1 for the school’s 2015 IFashion Show and Auction on April 24.

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To the Editor

March 25, 2015

Editorial

People don’t have time to keep an eye on legislators

In recent Press issues, citizens have complained about various City Council decisions. In Issaquah, the city cut the arborist position; in Sammamish, it is the trail construction. You fire off an editorial blaming the victims, the tax-paying citizens, for not attending  council meetings where these issues are discussed and decided.

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Public is invited to join Relay for Life

May 27, 2014

It may be too late to sign up a new team, but the invitation remains open to the public to join in on all the fun at the annual Relay For Life this Memorial Day weekend.

Mayor Fred Butler will kick off the event at noon May 31, setting in motion 767 participants on 93 teams circling the track at Issaquah High School, raising funds for cancer research.

“We have passed our goal of 90 teams and are well on our way to our goal of raising $300,000 for the American Cancer Society,” said event chairwoman Stacy Strickland. “We are currently pacing ahead of this time last year, so we are confident that our Issaquah community will help us reach our goal.”

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