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Passion for vintage Snoqualmie’s Joey MacArthur and Tami Smith bring finds to life | Photo gallery

Joey MacArthur and Tami Smith stock eclectic items, such as this demo street sign, at their shop, Wild Hare Vintage, in Snoqualmie’s Meadowbrook neighborhood. - Seth Truscott/Staff Photo
  • Sep 26, 2014 at 3:34PM

Joey MacArthur grits his teeth and lifts nearly 100 pounds of solid, rusty metal from atop a stack of tables. Once, perhaps a century ago, this ochre-tinged iron hay bale pulley, shuttled huge bales of hay inside a Northwest barn. Today, it’s one of the prides of the collection at the Wild Hare Vintage and Antiques in Snoqualmie, where Joey and his partner Tami Smith buy and sell finds. Like many treasures, though, it’s here today, and gone tomorrow. That’s by design, says Tami.

 

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Four-car collision injures three, closes freeway

  • Sep 29, 2014 at 4:20PM

A 28 year-old North Bend man who caused a fiery four-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon, Sept. 28, on I-90 was hospitalized at the critical-care Harborview Medical Center, and two other drivers suffered less serious injuries.

One-lane traffic continues this week through downtown Snoqualmie; School buses will be given priority

  • Sep 29, 2014 at 4:11PM

Expect traffic to back up during daytime construction in Snoqualmie this week.

Disorderly drunks make a mess in Snoqualmie; hippie gathering, donkey roundup | Valley police, fire calls

  • Sep 26, 2014 at 3:50PM

Drunk and disorderly: At 2: a.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, Snoqualmie police received noise complaints at Southeast Swenson Drive and Snoqualmie Parkway, Snoqualmie. Two men were reported standing under streetlights, vomiting, peeing on the sidewalk, then stomping in the road while making animal sounds. Police contacted the subjects, who were both of legal drinking age, and warned them about the city’s noise and disorderly conduct rules, before driving them to their home.

Get ready: Bus cuts happening Monday on Snoqualmie routes

  • Sep 25, 2014 at 1:56PM

Major reductions to Metro bus service to address a funding shortfall will affect Snoqualmie bus routes as of September 27. The city of Snoqualmie is continuing discussions with King County Metro about ways to mitigate route impacts in the future. Metro continues to accept feedback on modified route scheduling and options.

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