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The Snoqualmie Fire Station will host a CPR class on May 8.
The car was built in 1901, was one of two train cars built to a specific design specification and is the only survivor of the two.
Work to repair and replace concrete and bridge decks begins this month.
The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and state leaders will host an opening celebration on May 19.
The Northwest Railway Museum asks for help moving a Northern Pacific parlor car 1799.
The new show will run at Valley Center Stage from May 11 to May 26.
The tour is scheduled for July 29 at 5 p.m.
The bootcamp workshops will take place on May 8 and 9.
The Snoqualmie Valley Ministerial Association’s Biker Dedication will feature live music.
State wildlife managers are extending the comment period to allow the public more time to review a draft management plan for the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area,… Continue reading
Washington’s Department of Health, Cancer Lifeline and the Korean Women’s Association were awarded.
The free event is for all children ages 5 to 14.
The firm committed to providing $100,000 in financial support to 20 college students.
County library members will now have free access to an expansive film streaming service.
Kelsey Saty is fundraising for her third Seattle Brain Cancer Walk on May 6.
The event featured both professional and student musicians and brings in a crowd of half locals and half visitors from outside the Valley.
The celebration and its numerous events will take place from May 4 to 6.
Rob Orton will continue as interim finance director until May.
Brewed Awakening honors Domestic Violence Awareness Day by donating proceeds to a local non-profit.
The market aims to provide community members with fresh, locally grown food.