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The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, built in 2011, could receive a 22,000 square foot expansion that would add an aquatics facility. File Photo

Snoqualmie explores expanding its community center

The project could cost between $12.5 to $16 million depending on features.

 

Pushing the limits of public comment; Snoqualmie council questions candidate’s methods

Donaldson uses video of his speeches during open comments for videos appearing on his website.

 

North Bend continues development push as water situation remains unclear

A recent decision means parcel marked for development was removed from Sallal’s service area.

 

Document logs highlight record requests from citizens in and around Snoqualmie

Public record request logs show what Snoqualmie residents really want to know.

  • Aug 15, 2019
Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition on Aug. 16-18. Courtesy photo

Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition

The annual festival turns 80 this weekend.

Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition on Aug. 16-18. Courtesy photo

Local project gives small farmers a big boost

SnoValley Tilth’s Experience Farming Project gives new farmers a chance to muddy their boots.

Snoqualmie wastewater plant earns award

The Washington Department of Ecology announced the winners of the annual Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance Award and named Snoqualmie as one of only nine… Continue reading

  • Aug 9, 2019

Impaired driver narrowly misses pedestrians | Police Blotter

Police blotter for July 29 - Aug. 1.

  • Aug 9, 2019
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                                Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce hope the Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt will become an annual event.

Valley-wide search for Sasquatch kicks off Saturday

Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce to present first annual Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt on Aug. 10.

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                                Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce hope the Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt will become an annual event.
The diagram displays all areas of investments aimed to be addressed with the non-utility CIP in Snoqualmie. Photo courtesy of the city of Snoqualmie.

The proposed 2020-2025 non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan covers 26 projects and programs

The CIP includes approximately $45 million in expenditures.

The diagram displays all areas of investments aimed to be addressed with the non-utility CIP in Snoqualmie. Photo courtesy of the city of Snoqualmie.
Rattlesnake Lake. Image by Google Maps

Issaquah man drowns at Rattlesnake Lake

Body recovered by dive unit on Aug. 7.

  • Aug 8, 2019
Rattlesnake Lake. Image by Google Maps
King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Incumbent Ross and Armstrong lead city council race

1,429 ballots were returned out of 8,078 registered voters in Snoqualmie.

King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Dariel Norris and Gene Pollard leading in Public Hospital District 4 Pos. 2 race

Primary results show race is close between the three candidates.

  • Aug 7, 2019

King County’s Prop. 1 parks levy is passing

Initial results from the Aug. 6 primary King County Council races are also in.

McFarland leading in the primary race for North Bend mayor

Primary results show Mary Miller and Darren Glazier likely to move on in city council race.

  • Aug 6, 2019
A consultant working with store owner in downtown Renton. In 2018, Renton hosted a several workshops called “Creating Stellar Storefronts” funded through the Economic Development Partnership program. Courtesy of the Port of Seattle

Port of Seattle grants fund economic development across the Eastside

2019 Port of Seattle funding supports economic development projects in Eastside cities.

A consultant working with store owner in downtown Renton. In 2018, Renton hosted a several workshops called “Creating Stellar Storefronts” funded through the Economic Development Partnership program. Courtesy of the Port of Seattle

Stolen police car chase ends in Snoqualmie

Washington State Patrol aided in arresting 38-year-old woman.

  • Aug 2, 2019
The Golden Heart License plate is available for free to veterans, beginning July 28. Photo courtesy of the Department of Licensing

Purple Heart license plates are now permanent and free for veterans

The bill, signed by Gov. Jay Inslee in April, went into effect on July 28.

The Golden Heart License plate is available for free to veterans, beginning July 28. Photo courtesy of the Department of Licensing