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Snoqualmie joins the ranks of only 266 agencies to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status.
Police blotter for March 29 - April 5.
If the budget passes through the State House and Senate, it would provide $26 million.
Mayor Ken Hearing delivered his last State of the City address at the March 19 council meeting.
Chirag Vedullapalli was recognized for his nonprofit, Creative Children for Charity (3C).
Oregon’s new law could lay the blueprint for other states
Rick Brater confirmed as Director of Road Services Division for the department of Local Services
The Fall City Community Association held a debate on the proposed fire district merger on March 28.
New express toll lanes from Renton to Bellevue are coming soon.
Community groups remain opposed to PSE’s planned system upgrade.
Data on inmates not being cohesively collected is needed for decision making, advocates say.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway was recently designated as a National Heritage Area.
Employees will receive wage increases and $500 bonus.
Police recover more than $10,000 in stolen goods from suspect vehicles.
Police blotter for March 26-29.
A future city council will decide if money from the lodge will be used to offset possible increases.
Funds will help enhance food bank outdoor space
B.C. struggles with many of the same problems as Washington state.
Jim Snyder directs the chilling Irish play.
Nationwide action to draw attention to climate change took place March 15.