<p>North Bend’s City Hall building dates back to 1939. A new city hall has been a part of city discussions for the last 30 years. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo</p> -

New $5 million city hall considered for North Bend

  • Today at 4:47PM

A new city hall for North Bend is not a new idea, but the approach now being considered by the city council to get one built is definitely novel. Council members authorized an expenditure of $40,000 Aug. 16 to pay two architectural firms, TCA of Seattle, and Lawhead Architects of Bellevue, $20,000 each for their work on preliminary designs for a modern, but inexpensive, city hall located on city land near the current fire station.

Boeing Classic brings golfers back to the Valley

  • Today at 6:03PM

The Boeing Classic officially began Friday, Aug. 26, as pros and fans alike came out to the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge for the tournament.

Learn about city government from the inside in Snoqualmie’s Citizens Academy, starting Sept. 7

  • Today at 5:24PM

Snoqualmie's new session of the Snoqualmie Citizens Academy starts Wednesday, Sept. 7.

Find all your Fall City Pokéstops online

  • Today at 5:17PM

Fans of the game Pokémon Go are getting a little help from the Fall City Historical Society.

Reconstruction of North Bend’s N.W. 14th Street starts Sept. 6

  • Today at 5:06PM

Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday, Sept. 6, on reconstruction of N.W. 14th Street between Bendigo Boulevard N.W. (SR 202) and Boalch Avenue N.W. in North Bend. The city of North Bend has contracted with Lakeridge Paving on the project, which will include storm drainage improvements, cement treated base, and overlay.

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