Madeline Coats

The diagram displays all areas of investments aimed to be addressed with the non-utility CIP in Snoqualmie. Photo courtesy of the city of Snoqualmie.

The proposed 2020-2025 non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan covers 26 projects and programs

The CIP includes approximately $45 million in expenditures.

 

King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Incumbent Ross and Armstrong lead city council race

1,429 ballots were returned out of 8,078 registered voters in Snoqualmie.

 

The Golden Heart License plate is available for free to veterans, beginning July 28. Photo courtesy of the Department of Licensing

Purple Heart license plates are now permanent and free for veterans

The bill, signed by Gov. Jay Inslee in April, went into effect on July 28.

 

The North Bend City Hall building will be officially open to the public on July 30. Madeline Coats/staff photo

North Bend City Hall is officially open to the public

The new building has been in the works for more than 25 years.

The North Bend City Hall building will be officially open to the public on July 30. Madeline Coats/staff photo
Three candidates for Snoqualmie City Council position 2 answered questions presented by Snoqualmie Casino CEO Brian Decorah. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Three candidates discuss for Snoqualmie City Council Position 2

Incumbent Katherine Ross, Anna Sotelo and Elaine Armstrong responded to questions at a candidate forum on July 22.

Three candidates for Snoqualmie City Council position 2 answered questions presented by Snoqualmie Casino CEO Brian Decorah. Madeline Coats/staff photo
Senior Long Range Planner Jesse Reynolds visited Mestia from July 3-12 for the first diagnostics trip. Photo courtesy of Jill Green

Mestia and North Bend begin a professional and cultural partnership

First diagnostics trip to Mestia is completed by Senior Long Range Planner Jessie Reynolds.

Senior Long Range Planner Jesse Reynolds visited Mestia from July 3-12 for the first diagnostics trip. Photo courtesy of Jill Green

Snoqualmie City Council approves new rules for public record request policies

The rules place limitatons on time spent on records and updates billing methods.

Three candidates compete for a seat in the Snoqualmie City Council

Katherine Ross, Elaine Armstrong and Anna Sotelo campaign for Council Position No. 2

Mayor of North Bend comes down to two candidates

Rob McFarland and Travis Bridgman explain why they want to be mayor.