Police seize gold bars, guns during Bellevue search in massive marijuana grow-op bust

Police searched 10 King County locations during investigation; 60 arrested so far.

Two Rivers students learn about history preservation with Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

The preservation of history in the Valley made some progress this month when Two Rivers students and Snoqualmie Valley Historical… Continue reading

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Good, muddy fun: Mountain biking club celebrates big season, recruits for next year

When the Mount Si Mountain Bike Club started in 2012, it was too small to actually compete. The six team… Continue reading

Robbie Tobeck talks to some of the fans and signs autographs at the 2016 12 Days of Goodnewss holiday lunch at Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Former Seattle Seahawk to visit Sno-Valley Senior Center Wednesday for 12 Days of Goodness

Answers for Elders’ 12 Days of Goodness kicks off again this year on Tuesday Dec. 12 at noon, for 12… Continue reading

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Santa and friends wave at Carnation residents from the Eastside Fire & Rescue Reindeer Engine, pulling into the Christmas in Carnation celebration Saturday evening. (Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Valley communities light up for the holidays; Saturday celebrations hosted in North Bend, Fall City and Carnation

Saturday was full of festivities in the Snoqualmie Valley, since most Valley cities hosted their annual holiday traditions during the… Continue reading

Valley organizations form coalition to improve public transportation options for residents

Transportation in and around the Valley continuously faces challenges, but a new group of representatives of organizations in the area… Continue reading

Tribe chooses casino executive and Ho-Chunk Nation member Briah Decorah as Casino’s new CEO

The Snoqualmie Tribal Council announced Dec. 13 that Brian Decorah will be joining the Tribe as the new CEO for Continue reading...

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Snoqualmie honors outgoing City Councilwomen, Kathi Prewitt and Heather Munden

Snoqualmie City Councilwomen Heather Munden and Kathi Prewitt were recognized for their service to the city in a public reception Continue reading...

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After 40 years, a new sign has been installed as part of an Eagle Scout project by Will Huestis. From left: Tess Huestis, Steve Huestis, Nick Steinrich, Will Huestis, Dawson Thomas, Mike Bateman, Wyatt Richeter. (Courtesy Photo)

Final element of Charles Peterson Memorial is completed with installation of new church sign

After 40 years, Snoqualmie United Methodist Church installed a brand new sign this November as part of Will Huestis’ Eagle Continue reading...

Some 60 community volunteers helping to remove invasive plants and plant native species at Snoqualmie Point Park and the Meadowbrook Slough at the city’s first ever Green Snoqualmie Day, Oct. 7, take a break for a group photo. (Photo courtesy of Jim Avery)

First-ever Green Snoqualmie Day marks start of successful Green City Day project.

Across the Puget Sound more than 2,200 volunteers converged at area parks and green spaces from Oct. 7 to Nov. Continue reading...

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