Valley residents file for November 2019 general election

Residents of Snoqualmie, North Bend and the Hospital and School Districts have submitted their applications to run for office this… Continue reading

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Susan’s quest for ‘justice’ and the civil legal system dilemma

Susan Chen’s story begins as a criminal matter. In 2013 she paid a visit to a King County care facility… Continue reading

North Bend City Council walks back water ordinance

North Bend will work to improve conservation education and revise proposed ordinance.

Bellevue College student arrested in Duvall for allegedly sending threatening email

The school evacuated the afternoon of May 16 and remained closed the rest of the day.

The Record should be the newspaper of record | Editorial

Come have coffee with the editor 10 a.m.-11 a.m. on Friday, May 17, at The Black Dog Cafe.

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YMCA leases 40-acre property for outdoor education programs

The YMCA has leased a 40-acre property to support expanded initiatives for outdoor education

5 reasons to reface, not replace: Learn to love your kitchen again

Puget Sound countertop and backsplash experts will Transform your living spaces

Mount Si sophomore Sully Smith (No. 16) scores a goal in the 39th minute, giving Mount Si a 2-0 lead against the Issaquah Eagles. Mount Si defeated Issaquah 3-2 in the 4A state quarterfinals on May 18 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Wildcats will themselves to a monumental triumph

Mount Si defender Reed Paradissis scores two clutch goals against Eagles.

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Mount Si junior defender Jake Jimenez, right, passes the ball up field to a teammate in the first half of play against the Sumner Spartans. Mount Si defeated Sumner 2-1 in the first round of the 4A state playoffs on May 15 at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Wildcats earn comeback victory against Spartans

Mateo Didomenico hits the game winner in the 68th minute.

King County Councilman Reagan Dunn sent a letter to the FBI asking for them to help investigate Allan Thomas (pictured), who is under investigation for stealing more than $400,000 of public funds and skirting election laws in an Enumclaw drainage district. Screenshot from King 5 report

King County Council requests report on special districts in wake of fraud allegations

Small, local special districts will face more scrutiny following Enumclaw drainage district case.

Business

‘Dynamic’ housing market enters pre-summer phase

A real estate snapshot from John L. Scott Real Estate.

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The data visualized here was compiled from Apartment List’s monthly rent reports. See an interactive chart below. Kailan Manandic / data illustration

Eastside rental market could balance out with the region

Eastside rent medians increased by 2.8 in the past year, a decrease in growth from previous years.

 

Marketplace

5 reasons to reface, not replace: Learn to love your kitchen again

Puget Sound countertop and backsplash experts will Transform your living spaces

 

Comcast Uniquely Positioned to Bridge Seattle’s Digital Divide

The City of Seattle Technology Access and Adoption study showed that more Continue reading...

 

Selling the family home: Helping seniors navigate the market and the move

Engel & Völkers agent’s expertise can help you transition to the next stage of life

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Finding 4/20: A historical primer from the 1970s to today

Seattle cannabis retailer hosts its annual celebration of this counterculture holiday April 20

 

Opinion

Letter to the Editor, May 17, 2019

Fall City fire dept.

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Northwest
King County Councilman Reagan Dunn sent a letter to the FBI asking for them to help investigate Allan Thomas (pictured), who is under investigation for stealing more than $400,000 of public funds and skirting election laws in an Enumclaw drainage district. Screenshot from King 5 report

King County Council requests report on special districts in wake of fraud allegations

Small, local special districts will face more scrutiny following Enumclaw drainage district case.