<p>The Two Scoops Combo, featuring Hank Witherspoon, right, on saxophone, with Eric “Two Scoops” Moore on piano played for a full house at Piccola Cellars Saturday during the fourth North Bend Blues Walk.</p><p>Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo</p> -

Back for more: North Bend Blues Walk returns for record-setting fourth year

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Saturday was a night of full houses in North Bend, and live music was on the menu everywhere downtown. The festival's 21 venues filled up quickly and emptied out in trickles as Blues Walkers made their way around the city to see as many local, national and international performers as they could.


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King County Sheriff’s Office investigate student’s threat in Carnation

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On Tuesday, Sept. 20, the King County Sheriff's Office began investigating a threat made by a student of Tolt Middle School in Carnation to three other students.

State race candidates talk about education funding, transportation needs

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The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce held the first of two candidate forums for the upcoming general election on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Snoqualmie TPC Golf Course.

Developer plans athletic complex in North Bend; public hearing on development agreement is Oct. 13

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Snoqualmie Valley Athletic Association and Bendigo Properties, LLC, is proposing to develop an athletic complex on 11 acres along Boalch Avenue. The city of North Bend is taking public comments on the development agreement which will establish the rules of the project.

Fall City fire district asks voters to renew M&O levy in November

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Fall City voters in Fire District 27 will vote in the November general election on renewing the fire protection district's maintenance and operations (M&O) levy, which ends this year.

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