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The Fall City Historic Signs project will have fifteen signs throughout the city by the end of 2018.
The Fall City Historical Society features their new theme
Fall City Historical Society is hosting a performance by Bob Antone and Tinkham Road on Oct. 19.
A column by Michelle Metzler, Waste Management recycling education and outreach manager
The Northwest Railway Museum is installing restored pews in Chapel Car 5
Steps to take right now rather than waiting for the new year
Donations to support health initiatives regarding tobacco and problem gambling.
Finally Friday Art and Wine Walk closes its sixth season
The Valley community celebrated 15 years of Snoqualmie Valley Transportation service.
Even though we live in a completely temperate climate, rain often keeps patients indoors
A new vision for the youth programs of the Valley is being formed by the community.
‘VOLTA’ introduces electronic music and BMX biking to tell story with universal theme.
The Dahlia Barn has concluded another summer season of farming and summer showcases in North Bend.
Greg McClellan finishes what may be the world’s longest album in dedication to his lifelong friend.
The new site details efforts and shortcomings as the county attempts to minimize inequity.
The Fall City Historical Society is sponsoring a tour of the historic Isackson sawmill on Sept. 22.
Snoqualmie residents will return to Center Boulevard on the Ridge for Snoqualmie Valley Block Party.
Si View Metro Parks will be conducting a feasibility study on upgrades to their aquatic services.
Mt. Si High School is one year away from completion.
All proceeds went to support fallen Kent police officer’s family.