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The city hired a new events coordinator, police officer, and project engineer.
The bill would ensure families pay no more than seven percent of income toward child care
The initiative focuses on preventing pediatric window falls— a 100 percent preventable injury.
The second Trailhead Direct service starts this weekend.
The block party will take place on July 21 from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Music students represented MSHS at a Washington Music Educators Association conference.
The blotter does not represent each incident involving Snoqualmie police.
The RAD program is nationally recognized and will be offered by the Snoqualmie Police Department.
Sydney Young, a standout Wildlife Biology student from Snoqualmie, achieved multiple accolades.
The farm dinner and benefit auction will take place on July 28.
The breakfast event built on last year’s success.
The two lawmakers drafted legislation that they’ll file ahead of the 2019 legislative session.
The Relay for Life of Snoqualmie Valley on July 14 will benefit the American Cancer Society
The Eastside’s Two Men and a Truck franchise celebrates mothers with the Movers for Moms campaign.
The finish line for phase one of the all-new Mount Si High School is in sight. Scheduled to open fall 2019, the school’s construction has… Continue reading
Local artists and businesses come together to support the Encompass project.
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.