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Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Issaquah
A short drive from Seattle city centre and moments from several corporate offices including Costco Corporate Headquarters, this hotel in Issaquah, Washington offers comfortable guestrooms and on-site dining options.
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Rooster Hangs Out At Coffee Shop
Thinking of visiting Issaquah, Washington? Wondering what the sites to see might be? How about a rooster? That's right, a Chicken and he knows just how important he is.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Massage therapist accused of sexual misconduct fired from Issaquah clinic
Days after state health officials suspended the license of Newcastle massage therapist Matthew E. Usher, his current employer, Elements Therapeutic Massage Issaquah, terminated him from its staff.
Treehouse builder's reality show explores magic of high-up retreats
ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON, APRIL 23 2013: Treehouse Masters' Pete Nelson and son Charlie hang as they work on a treehouse at Treehouse Point.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
One tough old bird rules the parking lot
He's not exactly a wild creature, but he's too independent to be considered a farm animal or a pet.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Redmond Neighborhood Blog
Issaquah segment of East Lake Sammamish Trail is improved
We here at King County Parks are delighted to announce the grand re-opening of the Issaquah segment of East Lake Sammamish Trail .
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Bellevue neighborhoods finding connections in 'third places'
Patch owners in front of a plot constructed in Crossroads mall in 2009. The mall has been lauded as one example of successful "third places," destinations separate from work and home, that foster community.
King County creates new task force to investigate police shootings
King County and other local police agencies have teamed up to create a new task force to investigate police shootings.
East Tiger Mountain
Tag the highest peak in Washington's pristine Tiger Mountain Forest on this crowd-free trail just 30 miles east of Seattle.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Sammamish Club and Arena Sports host 2nd Annual Aerobathon; set...
Sammamish Club of Issaquah and Arena Sports are hosting their second annual Aerobathon to benefit Art with Heart during June.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Water district presents its side of well controversy
The Sammamish City Council on May 20 had heard from the city of Issaquah about its side in an ongoing dispute over whether a stormwater filtration technique Issaquah uses is safe.
Issaquah district's homework study near completion
There's no consensus about whether homework policies at individual schools in the Issaquah School Districtare too strict or too lenient, said Sara Niegowski, executive director of communications for the district.
's publisher Debbie Berto named to Issaquah Hall of Fame
Debbie Berto, publisher of the Sammamish Review, was named to Issaquah Hall of Fame at a May 30 awards banquet.
Few discipline problems at Issaquah schools
There were two expulsions for weapons-related violations - one at the middle-school level and one at the high-school level.
Petting zoo comes to Marshall
Students at Marshall Elementary School got a special visit on Tuesday, June 4, when a petting zoo from Animal Encounters was placed temporarily on their front lawn.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Issaquah schools nearing completion of levy proposal
Three separate levies under consideration by the Issaquah School Board could mean a more than $150 per year tax hike if approved by voters in February.
Longanecker settles down to earn win for Post 7
Brice Longanecker had a rough first inning and then cruised after that in Bellingham Post 7 Senior Legions' 10-3 win Monday, June 10, at Issaquah.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
County Service Center to move out of Sammamish City Hall
King County will be moving the service center located in Sammamish City Hall to the Issaquah District Court in July.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Issaquah section of East Lake Sammamish Trail opens Tuesday
Hmmm, baby. Just what I like to see - a freshly paved bike trail. Just got to wait a couple of days for it to open.
EvCC program helps former foster kids beat the odds
Zachary Startzman, 20, was a foster child, raised by his grandparents from the age of 11. This month he graduates from Everett Community College, where he works as a mentor to other former foster kids.