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Former Carnation Mayor Lee Grumman remembered for her dedication to the community

Memorial service planned for summer 2018.

 

North Bend approves road realignment and new traffic consultants

The city hopes to improve road safety at the intersection of SE Tanner Road and North Bend Way.

 

Snoqualmie approves $450,000 grant for riverfront property purchases

The city is acquiring property to reduce flood impacts and provide open space opportunities.

 

Mount Si students host fourth Bark for Life cancer research fundraiser

The event is a dog-themed fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s annual Relay for Life event in July.

Hundreds attend March for Our Lives rally in downtown North Bend

Hundreds of residents from around the Valley joined together in downtown North Bend on March 24 for a local March for Our Lives rally organized… Continue reading

Snoqualmie assigns disciplinary action after staff ethics violation

Parks and Public Works director involved in outside business with former city staffer

Snoqualmie approves permit for fourth story additions to affordable housing proposal

City council upholds hearing examiner’s decision in an appeal of the permit .

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank celebrates 5 years of service

Food bank serves about 300 families every week.

Snoqualmie police investigating possible assault of teen girl near Mount Si High School

Girl was walking to baseball practice when man grabbed her.

Hospital board ends affiliation process with Astria Health

Board to discuss next steps at upcoming work study.

More than 400 people attended Snoqualmie’s Twin Peaks community festival on May 13, 2017. Organizing similar community events will be part of the responsibilities of a new events coordinator. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Snoqualmie city council approves events coordinator job description

A new job description for the role of events coordinator was approved by Snoqualmie City Council at their meeting on Monday, Feb. 26. The creation… Continue reading

More than 400 people attended Snoqualmie’s Twin Peaks community festival on May 13, 2017. Organizing similar community events will be part of the responsibilities of a new events coordinator. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)
Snoqualmie City Hall (File Photo)

Ethics investigation finds Snoqualmie parks and public works director violated city’s code

An outside review of a suspected ethics violation in the city of Snoqualmie has been completed and the hearing officer conducting the review has recommended… Continue reading

Snoqualmie City Hall (File Photo)

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation names 2018 Educators of the Year

The Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation announced the four winners of the Educator of the Year awards on Thursday, March 1, surprising each winner with the… Continue reading

Northwest Railway Museum unveils art commissioned for train car restoration project

To commemorate the recent acquisition of a 110-year-old electric train car, the Northwest Railway Museum unveiled a painting titled “The Story Teller” commissioned by local… Continue reading

Snoqualmie approves push-button pedestrian crosswalk on Parkway at Fisher Avenue

At the Snoqualmie City Council meeting on Feb. 12, a High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk beacon for the intersection of Snoqualmie Parkway and Fisher Avenue SE was… Continue reading

Mount Si returns from Mat Classic with mixed results; Harrison takes fifth in state

After an incredibly successful, undefeated season, the Mount Si wrestlers had mixed results at the State Championships on Feb. 16 and 17. Head Coach Tony… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital affiliation process nears decision point

On Thursday, Feb. 8, Dariel Norris, president of the Public Hospital District No. 4 board of commissioners, gave an update on the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s… Continue reading

A map of the Canyon Springs area marking the location of the recent landslide. (Courtesy Photo)

City proceeds with plans for landslide stabilization around Canyon Springs water source

After a recent landslide put one of Snoqualmie’s water sources in danger, the Snoqualmie City Council took action to protect the spring from future risk.… Continue reading

A map of the Canyon Springs area marking the location of the recent landslide. (Courtesy Photo)

North Bend Councilman Alan Gothelf appointed to fourth term as chair of EF&R board

North Bend City Councilman Alan Gothelf was recently appointed to his fourth term as chairperson of the Eastside Fire & Rescue Board Board of directors.… Continue reading

Snoqualmie is future home of LEO’s independent living program for adults with disabilities

The non-profit Life Enrichment Options is working to bring one of its biggest projects in Issaquah to the Snoqualmie Valley. LEO has purchased a property… Continue reading