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Valley Center Stage will perform “The Bremen Town Black Cat Band” at Si View Community Park.
The council discussed ordinances increasing building height in downtown and time for public comment.
Hundreds came out to DirtFish headquarters in Snoqualmie for the first ever SummerFest event.
The hit web-show secretly renovated the local non-profit’s new coffee house for their latest episode.
Council member Jeanne Petterson said goodbye at her final North Bend City Council meeting.
Chiropractor Tiffany Green talks growing business and working on an outdoor activites book.
Life and health coach Jacqueline Fairbrass moves to new location on Bendigo Boulevard in North Bend.
The council increased the stormwater capital facilities charge to capture utilities revenue.
Applications for vacant position now open.
The council approved a public works contract with Gridline Skateparks to build the park.
This year was the 46th annual Fall City Day.
Local farmers got a chance to speak directly with Snoqualmie citizens during the first Heirloom Cookshop Farmers Market held on June 1. Kristen Schumacher, owner… Continue reading
After more than a year of work, Si View Metro Parks and the city of North Bend held the official opening of the new Torguson… Continue reading
Snoqualmie Council approved staff to explore four partnership options.
The mock crash is held once every two years and is a collaboration to show the consequences of drinking and driving.
The event was a partnership between the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA and the Green Snoqualmie Partnership.
Five area service providers recently hosted a joint event to educate community members about the impacts of homelessness.
Snoqualmie council approves formation of salary commission and authorizes revenue bond for utility projects
The Snoqualmie City Council approved an ordinance on May 14 establishing an independent salary committee for elected officials and an ordinance authorizing the issuance of… Continue reading
New facilitiy is estimated to cost about $6.7 million.
It was the first fatal cougar attack in Washington State in 94 years.