Issaquah Press


The Issaquah Press has published numerous articles on Issaquah’s history, many of which were contributed by Issaquah History Museums members and staff. The following articles have been republished with permission of the Issaquah Press.

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Looking Back Series

For three years, the Issaquah Press ran a weekly series called “Looking Back.” Images are from the Issaquah History Museums’ collection, and the text was written by Eric Erickson.

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Trolley to be Running by Salmon Days

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, February 23, 2000.

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Hatchery Models its Success

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, December 31, 1997.

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City Has No Space for History

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, December 3, 1997.

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A New Plan for Downtown?

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, November 19, 1997.

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“We’re Looking Pretty Good, Larry”

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, November 19, 1997.

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Downtown Mural to Depict Logging History

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, September 24, 1997.

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Only Sportsmen’s Club Land Isn’t Historical

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, July 23, 1997.

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IHS Marks 25 Years

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, May 28, 1997.

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The Early Years

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, May 14, 1997.

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History’s Role in Issaquah is Preserved, Thanks to Many

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, May 14, 1997.

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Upgrades on Track for Local Hatchery

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, May 7, 1997.

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Sportsmen’s Club Receives Landmark Status

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, April 9, 1997.

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Historical Society Mobilized to Prevent Barn Dismantling

This article appeared in The Issaquah Press, February 18, 1987.