<p>Evan Pappas/Staff Photo</p><p>Carnation Fourth of July Grand Marshals Tod and Linda Johnson stand inside the Carnation Storage Center, which they built and operate with their children.</p> -

Carnation Fourth of July Grand Marshals look back on 40 years in the city

  • Jun 29, 2016 at 8:30AM

Residents of Carnation for over 40 years, Tod and Linda Johnson have been named Grand Marshals of the Carnation Fourth of July parade.


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North Bend hosts open house with info on sewer rate increases, optional tour of wastewater treatment plant

  • Jun 28, 2016 at 12:00AM updated Jun 30, 2016 at 4:57PM

North Bend officials have delayed a vote to raise sewer rates and connection charges, to give citizens more opportunity to learn about the proposed changes.

Board of Health drops plan to set annual septic system fee

  • Jun 29, 2016 at 12:00AM updated at 6:22PM

King County's Board of Health announced today that it would no longer pursue its goal to establish an annual septic system fee and periodic inspection process. The proposal has drawn strong criticism from county residents on septic systems in the four public meetings held on it in the past month. The final hearing was Tuesday, June 28 in Fall City.

Fugitive felon arrested in Covington Monday

  • Jun 29, 2016 at 12:34PM

Shaun Tubbs, wanted by King County authorities on nine felony warrants for a string of crimes including unlawful possession of a firearm vehicle theft, and eluding police, was arrested Monday, June 27, in Covington. The 28 year-old man who'd been the subject of a police search in North Bend June 14, was captured after Sheriff's deputies received a tip that he was in a home in Covington.

Safeway and Bartell Drugs coming to Snoqualmie’s new business development

  • Jun 28, 2016 at 12:18PM

Safeway and Bartell Drugs announced on Friday, June 24, that they will be the primary tenants moving into a new shopping center now under development on Snoqualmie Ridge.

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