The Issaquah High Times

  • November 20On Nov. 19, a gunman kills five people at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.
  • November 13After the 2022 midterm elections, the Democrats continue to hold the majority in the Senate.
  • November 6As South Korea and the U.S. conduct six days of air drills, North Korea carries out several missile tests into the sea this week.
Abigail Lee

Abigail Lee, Copy Editor

3rd year Journalism student and current senior. Sometimes I feel like a 35 year old NPR fan, but then I remember I’m just a high-schooler who is really into sparkling water and the soothing voice of Ira Glass.

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FANDOM: What was your favorite Pokemon? Have fun today as people everywhere from Japan to the United States bond over a childhood love. 

Happy Birthday, Pokemon!

February 27, 2020
FALL FOODS: November brings to mind Thanksgiving feasts and other comfort food.

Fall Time Foodie

November 27, 2019
THE WITCHES WHO COULD NOT BE BURNED. Witchcraft is a hobby and a lifestyle, still practiced by many today.

The Witches of Issaquah

October 30, 2019
THE SUMMER OF RED SUNS. Illustration by Mimi Gaudiano. One of the striking aspects of the forest fires was the bright red sun. Senior Cheyanne Ferrall describes her experience this last summer, “I knew several people who couldn’t go outside for very long because of asthma. In Port Orchard you could no longer see Seattle from the other side of the water, the whole city was just gone.”

Burning Up

September 28, 2018
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