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Nina Milligan

Co-Existing With Carnivores Issaquah

Carnivores Call the Highlands Home

By | Special Event
Do you think about hungry bears when you put your trash out at night? Have you heard coyotes howling under the moonlight? Glimpsed a bobcat on nearby trails? If so, you’re not alone. Many Issaquah Highlands residents report increased sightings of carnivores, from bears and coyotes to bobcats and raccoons....
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Delton Mosby "Dignity"

Activism Through Art: Inside the Event

By | Connections
Art carries the power to convey meaning in a variety of ways, and to narrate stories that connect people to both the art and to one another. Art also has the ability to inspire and challenge us as individuals and as a community. Issaquah Talks: Activism Through Art is an...
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Growing up in Issaquah Highlands

Growing up in the Highlands

By | Connections
This is the third in the series by Kathryn Dean telling Issaquah Highlands’ early history through the families who live here. This installment is about those who were born here. Some move to the Highlands due to job relocation, for our award-winning schools, or for the urban village concept, but...
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Marking 5 Years of Ask Kari

Marking 5 Years of “Ask Kari”

By | Connections
Kari O’Neill is our longest standing resident volunteer writer. She came into Blakely Hall in 2012 with an idea to run an advice column in Connections. She wanted to share her social work and counseling expertise with the community. The column has been a fantastic success, bringing us touching stories...
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