Wendy Thomas of Carmichael’s Hardware gets a little help from the audience as she sings “On the Boardwalk” in celebration of Snoqualmie’s nearly complete phase of work on the Historic Downtown infrastructure project, Saturday afternoon. See page 3 for more on the city’s milestone celebration. - Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Looking good: Snoqualmie celebrates 
visual transformation of 
historic downtown

  • Today at 3:29PM

There is still work to be done on Snoqualmie’s current infrastructure project, but city officials recognized the visual transformation of Historic Downtown Snoqualmie in a small, but well-attended ceremony in Railroad Park.

Wednesday rally planned at Falls

  • Today at 3:16PM

On Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m., the Snoqualmie Tribe group, Save Snoqualmie Falls Coalition will hold a rally against irresponsible development, specifically the construction of the Tokul Roundabout by the city of Snoqualmie. The date is also the sixth anniversary of Snoqualmie Falls’ placement on the National Register of Historic Places.

Save water, save salmon: Watershed officials urge efforts to support salmon in 
warm, low-flow rivers

  • Today at 3:16PM

Our region’s salmon are in hot water. The lack of snowpack and spring rain, combined with sustained high summer temperatures, have reduced the amount of water and increased temperatures in streams and rivers to lethal levels for salmon. In these conditions, many will die before reaching their spawning grounds.

Man found dead on city street Saturday

  • Today at 3:14PM

King County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating the death of a man found on the side of a road in the Edgewick neighborhood of North Bend, just after midnight Saturday, Aug. 30. The man, unidentified so far, had significant head trauma, according to Detective Jason Stanley, spokesperson for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

Clear thinking is key to effective concussion management

  • Today at 3:12PM

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. While we often hear about head injuries in athletes, most concussions happen off the playing field – in car and bicycle accidents, fights and even minor falls.

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