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Mayor Ken Hearing delivered his last State of the City address at the March 19 council meeting.
The Fall City Community Association held a debate on the proposed fire district merger on March 28.
Snoqualmie city council approved funding for the art gallery to provide tourism services this summer
World War II veteran and longtime North Bend resident Burt Mann was honored as Citizen of the Year.
Fire District 27 may merge with Eastside Fire and Rescue’s District 10 after the upcoming election.
Sandy Cove Park’s riverbank stabilization was approved and the council discussed town hall meetings.
Sunset Garage is underway on its historic restoration thanks to grant funding from 4Culture.
Judge rules land use petition of Salish Expansion is “not well-grounded in fact.”
The former Snoqualmie Valley Record Editor Gloria McNeely celebrated her 100th birthday.
The Snoqualmie city council will vote on the approval of the park’s restoration project on Feb. 25.
The heavy snowfall may have subsided, but Valley cities are working to clear the way for citizens.
The city of Snoqualmie has partnered with King County to install 400 feet of riverbank stabilization
North Bend will do a cultural exchange with the town of Mestia in the European country of Georgia.
Consulting team planning multiple opportunities for feedback on potential aquatic center.
Direct Democracy for Snoqualmie has begun their petition to adopt initiative and referendum laws.
The DNR is requesting $5.5 million for road improvements near the State Fire Training Academy.
Development changes were approved by the council to save trees and promote more affordable housing.
The council discussed a $1.2 million proposal for an on-ramp from the Snoqualmie Parkway to I-90.
Council delayed the approval of visitor center funding until a long-term tourism plan is disucssed.
The East King County Chamber Coalition hosted a panel on housing and transportation on Jan. 8.