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Local nonprofit saves historic train shed and plans to create an artists workshop

North Bend Art and Industry is raising money to rebuild the historic train shed into an Art Barn.

Among 9 other candidates, Inslee gets his 6 minutes of fame

Here’s what the governor, a longshot presidential candidate, said in Miami Wednesday night.

  • Jun 27, 2019
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King County examines gun violence trends

Nearly 77 percent of shooting victims so far this year in county have been people of color.

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From Olympia to Bellingham: Tiny home villages offer a path toward permanent housing

Beginning talks happening on Eastside village partnership.

In this file photo, marchers make their way from Trinity Episcopal Church in Everett on Feb. 26, 2017. Muslim refugees’ admissions into the U.S. have declined by 85 percent since the Trump administration came into power in 2017, according to the International Rescue Committee. Sound Publishing file photo

Report: Fewer refugees settling in U.S. and Washington state

Admissions are on pace to only reach around one-fifth of their limit in 2019.

In this file photo, marchers make their way from Trinity Episcopal Church in Everett on Feb. 26, 2017. Muslim refugees’ admissions into the U.S. have declined by 85 percent since the Trump administration came into power in 2017, according to the International Rescue Committee. Sound Publishing file photo
Kelly Finnigan will perform at Carnation’s Timber! Outdoor Music Festival on July 12. Photo by Whitney Pelfrey

Kelly Finnigan to perform at Carnation music festival

Monophonics singer will make a stop in the PNW as part of his debut solo album tour.

Kelly Finnigan will perform at Carnation’s Timber! Outdoor Music Festival on July 12. Photo by Whitney Pelfrey

Initiative and Referendum campaign collects more than 1,000 signatures

The campaign for direct democracy policies in Snoqualmie is halfway to its goal.

A high tide at Raymond’s Willapa Landing Park in Grays Harbor County, Washington. Sound Publishing file photo

On the West Coast, Washington is most prone to sea level rise damage

Report by the Center for Climate Integrity shows multibillion-dollar cost of battling back the sea.

A high tide at Raymond’s Willapa Landing Park in Grays Harbor County, Washington. Sound Publishing file photo
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North Bend changes public records policies

City council approves updates due to increased number of requests.

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Congresswoman Kim Schrier with volunteers part of the Issaquah, Sammamish, and Snoqualmie Moms Demand Action group. From left: Ashlee McDonald, Jess Smolinsky, Representative Kim Schrier, Mary Newcomer Williams, Rachel Harris, Erin Sloan, Mary Harris. Photo courtesy of Moms Demand Action

Eastside cities voice their support for gun violence prevention efforts

Issaquah, Sammamish and Snoqualmie mayors make official proclamations.

Congresswoman Kim Schrier with volunteers part of the Issaquah, Sammamish, and Snoqualmie Moms Demand Action group. From left: Ashlee McDonald, Jess Smolinsky, Representative Kim Schrier, Mary Newcomer Williams, Rachel Harris, Erin Sloan, Mary Harris. Photo courtesy of Moms Demand Action
On July 4, 2017, residents of homes across from Community Park set off some fireworks before the main, city sanctioned, event. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Snoqualmie council approves fireworks stand permit

City council discussion includes concerns over safety.

On July 4, 2017, residents of homes across from Community Park set off some fireworks before the main, city sanctioned, event. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)
Two Rivers School graduated 20 students on June 5 at the Si View Community Center. Photo courtesy of SVSD

TRS graduates 20 seniors

Two Rivers School graduated 20 students on June 5 at the Si View Community Center.

  • Jun 18, 2019
Two Rivers School graduated 20 students on June 5 at the Si View Community Center. Photo courtesy of SVSD
This year, 415 seniors in the Class of 2019 earned Mount Si High School diplomas. The school’s 75th graduation ceremony was held Friday, June 7, at the Kent ShoWare Arena. Read highlights from the Class of 2019 online at valleyrecord.com.

MSHS graduates 415 seniors

The school’s 75th graduation ceremony was held Friday, June 7, at the Kent ShoWare Arena.

  • Jun 18, 2019
This year, 415 seniors in the Class of 2019 earned Mount Si High School diplomas. The school’s 75th graduation ceremony was held Friday, June 7, at the Kent ShoWare Arena. Read highlights from the Class of 2019 online at valleyrecord.com.
Snoqualmie Valley School District’s Transition Learning Center (TLC) graduated four students: Axel Smith, Nicole Yancey, Silas Palmisano and Jon Isitt. Photo courtesy of SVSD

SVSD’s Transition Learning Center graduates four seniors

The TLC ceremony was held on June 6 at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center.

  • Jun 18, 2019
Snoqualmie Valley School District’s Transition Learning Center (TLC) graduated four students: Axel Smith, Nicole Yancey, Silas Palmisano and Jon Isitt. Photo courtesy of SVSD

Bike and car collide outside post office | Police Blotter

Police blotter for June 13-14.

  • Jun 18, 2019
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Buckle up for another (likely) smoky summer

Wildfires in WA will likely roar back this year and continue into the future.

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30Bellevue offically opened for low-income individuals and families

The project was created through a partnership between Imagine Housing and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.

What’s next for Washington’s 2045 green energy goal?

The Legislature set the goal, but how does the state actually get there?

Encompass capital campaign leadership at the property site for Encompass Snoqualmie. From left: Major Gifts Officer, Rhonda Ender, Director of Development, Lisa Yamasaki, Executive Director, Nela Cumming, and Campaign Steering Committee Co-Chairs Brad Hutt and Charlotte Rempfer. Courtesy photo

Encompass secures state funds for new Snoqualmie facility

Encompass will be breaking ground for the new facility in Spring of 2020.

Encompass capital campaign leadership at the property site for Encompass Snoqualmie. From left: Major Gifts Officer, Rhonda Ender, Director of Development, Lisa Yamasaki, Executive Director, Nela Cumming, and Campaign Steering Committee Co-Chairs Brad Hutt and Charlotte Rempfer. Courtesy photo

Snoqualmie proposes changes to public records request process

Snoqualmie is looking to balance staff time spent on records requests with other city functions