High school and elementary students examine, with varying levels of fascination and disgust, a wetland creature. - Courtesy Photo

Team science: Elementary students learn about wetlands from high schoolers

  • Jul 1, 2015 at 4:06PM

Mount Si High School AP science students and Snoqualmie Elementary School participated in a joint project to restore the Kimball Creek slough between the two school buildings.


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Westbound I-90 access blocked by collision at Preston

  • Today at 2:05PM

Shortly after 1:30 p.m., the Washington Department of Transportation reported that access to I-90 westbound is blocked, because of a collision blocking all lanes just east of Preston, near milepost 22.

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Concerts on the Green return this week

  • Today at 10:52AM

The first show features Shaggy Sweet, a mellow rock quartet.

Riverview teachers union hosts forum on state 
education funding

  • Today at 8:00AM

On May 26, the Riverview Education Association hosted a forum at the Riverview Educational Service Center focused on concerns with the state legislature and public school funding.

Game of tags: Vandals target public property as fast as state can cover it up

  • Jul 3, 2015 at 7:00AM

What takes almost a month to happen in North Bend happens almost daily in Seattle. That’s probably no surprise, but the same is true for Renton, Everett and Auburn — it can happen overnight in areas in each of these cities.

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