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North Bend City Council walks back water ordinance

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

YMCA leases 40-acre property for outdoor education programs

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

The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, built in 2011, could receive a 22,000 square foot expansion that would add an aquatics facility. File Photo

Snoqualmie YMCA expansion proposes aquatics facility and multi-use space

The city is proposing a $12.5 million expansion for the YMCA community center building.

The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, built in 2011, could receive a 22,000 square foot expansion that would add an aquatics facility. File Photo

LEO breaks ground on independent living home in Snoqualmie

Life Enrichment Options expands housing for people with developmental disabilities to Snoqualmie

North Bend renews police services agreement with Snoqualmie

North Bend unanimously voted to renew their police services agreement with Snoqualmie.

The proposed merger between Fire District 27 and Fire District 10 has sparked fierce debate surrounding the future of the Fall City Fire Department. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Fall City Fire plans for progress despite opposition to merger

While the Fall City Fire megrer failed, the district is working to make improvements on their own.

The proposed merger between Fire District 27 and Fire District 10 has sparked fierce debate surrounding the future of the Fall City Fire Department. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Snoqualmie Council discusses the role of a hearing examiner in land use decisions

Council discussed subdivision regulation changes and a date for their upcoming town hall.

WSDOT open house collects feedback from concerned valley residents

Hundreds of Valley residents got a chance to ask questions about the changes coming to I-90.

Residents offered $15,000 to relocate from river properties

City council sets a policy mimicking actions of Seattle Public Utilities acquisitions.

Snoqualmie honors the time and dedication offered by city volunteers

The time and effort many citizens put into making the city a better place was recognized on Wednesday, April 10, as the city of Snoqualmie… Continue reading

Protections for Nurses’ working conditions supported by Eastside legislators

Improvements to working conditions for nurses are closer than ever thanks to House Bill 1155.

Filing week for 2019 elections begins May 13

Registration to run for office begins next month.

Snoqualmie denies business from replacing IGA, rejects bids for park improvement

The city council denied a proposal from a local business to move into the IGA building on the Ridge.

Traditional vs Modern: Snoqualmie works to develop new tourism plan for 2020

An estimated 2 million people visit the Falls every year, but how many spend more time in the city?

WSDOT wants feedback from Snoqualmie and North Bend on I-90 interchange project

WSDOT is looking for feedback on the I-90 and SR18 interchange project this April.

The Snoqualmie Tribe donates $75,000 to I-90 west access road project

The temporary access road from Snoqualmie onto I-90 West is closer to becoming a reality.

Mayor Ken Hearing delivers his final State of the City address

Mayor Ken Hearing delivered his last State of the City address at the March 19 council meeting.

Fall City residents debate the merits of the proposed fire district merger

The Fall City Community Association held a debate on the proposed fire district merger on March 28.

The Art Gallery of SnoValley has operated as Snoqualmie’s interim visitor information center since May 2017. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Art Gallery of SnoValley receives funding for visitor information services in 2019

Snoqualmie city council approved funding for the art gallery to provide tourism services this summer

The Art Gallery of SnoValley has operated as Snoqualmie’s interim visitor information center since May 2017. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Burt Mann honored as North Bend Citizen of the Year

World War II veteran and longtime North Bend resident Burt Mann was honored as Citizen of the Year.