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Snoqualmie Valley Hospital received the green-light to move into its new building this afternoon, when the city of Snoqualmie's Building Division issued a temporary occupancy permit.
Ever wondered where can you legally take brass knuckles in Washington state? A steel plant is a good place to start. What might sound like a punchline is a new reality for the Snoqualmie Police Department’s updated evidence destruction technique.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
The city of Carnation walked away with top honors at the fourth annual best-tasting water competition March 11.
Jana Mabry, teacher at Twin Falls Middle School, set out in 2005 to “home-grow” some scientists in the school district.
It's finally happening. The city of Snoqualmie voted to amend its contract with Jeanne Hansen Park developer Centex and sign a bill of sale to accept early ownership of Jeanne Hansen Park at the Monday, March 23 city council meeting.
At 11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 18, the Snoqualmie Elementary School fifth-grade classes were in an unlikely place. Instead of hunkering down at their desks, they were huddled close to the ground at Oxbow Farms in Carnation.
Phase 2 of the downtown infrastructure improvement project is in full swing and making progress. The project is scheduled to be completed in early summer.
Senator Mark Mullet, of Issaquah, will host a trio of town hall meetings Saturday, March 28 to discuss the events of the 2015 legislative session so far and field questions from constituents.
The Washington State Patrol is seeking information related to vandalism to its scale house located at the intersection of Interstate 90 and S.R. 18 near Snoqualmie. Three windows of the house were smashed in the building, around 7:30 a.m., Saturday, March 21, for an estimated $2,000 in damage.
It’s a Friday evening in February and North Bend police officer Grant Boere is making his rounds through the suburban streets. When he turned off onto Main Avenue South, and merged with congested, 5 p.m. commuter traffic, I had never felt more aware of riding shotgun.
More than two years in the making, a sixth elementary school in the Snoqualmie Valley School District got a substantial start Monday, May 16, when school district officials broke ground on the new building.
Fifth District state Representatives Jay Rodne and Chad Magendanz are holding a telephone town hall meeting, 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26.
Half-day class will help small business owners learn about tax types, rules and reporting. Attendees will receive a workbook and reference guide
With the Jeanne Hanson Park’s year-late, April 1 completion deadline approaching, the Snoqualmie City Council discussed taking early ownership of the park on Monday, March 9.
Music spilled out onto the streets in North Bend Saturday Night, during the fourth annual Jazz Walk. Hundreds of musicians entertained an expected 1,700 listeners in 22 venues throughout the city.
Snoqualmie Valley School District officials are keeping students from the Wilderness Rim neighborhood in North Bend on school grounds at Opstad Elementary, Twin Falls Middle School, Mount Si High School and the freshman campus, and Two Rivers School this afternoon, while the King County Sheriff's Department addresses a hostage situation in a home in that neighborhood.
A man who held part of the Wilderness Rim neighborhood hostage for most of Tuesday has been apprehended. He sustained a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, just before King County Sheriff's deputies captured him outside a home in the area of 424th Avenue Southwest and Southeast 176th Street.
It’s time again to celebrate the best and brightest of Snoqualmie’s educators.