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Several Eastside agencies received flood control grants from King County. Photo courtesy of King County Flood Control District

Several Eastside agencies receive flood control grants

An erosion protection project from Redmond was recommended for capital improvement project funding.

Several Eastside agencies received flood control grants from King County. Photo courtesy of King County Flood Control District

Snoqualmie may receive additional training for public records requests

State program offers guidance and information for establishing best practices.

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Snoqualmie City Council rejects county’s solid waste plan

Councilmembers express interest in landfill alternatives.

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                                Geoff Doy and Linda Grez are competing for SVSD Director District Pos. 2.

Doy and Grez in the race for SVSD Director District Pos. 2

Candidates touch on curriculum, growth and affordability.

  • Sep 28, 2019
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                                Geoff Doy and Linda Grez are competing for SVSD Director District Pos. 2.
Dariel Norris

Pollard and Norris in the race for Pos. 2 of the Public Hospital District 4

The two candidates address budget priorities.

  • Sep 27, 2019
Dariel Norris
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                                From left, Olivia Moe and Heather Koellen. The two are vying for North Bend City Council Position 3 in the Nov. 5 General Election.
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                                From left, Olivia Moe and Heather Koellen. The two are vying for North Bend City Council Position 3 in the Nov. 5 General Election.

Sallal water will be chlorinated for foreseeable future

More than 250 members gathered to hear more on the E. coli situation.

Arson fires in Snoqualmie Azalea Park under investigation

$10,000 award being offered by Arson Alarm Foundation.

Bothell man’s bit role led to arrests in drug smuggling ring

He got a speeding ticket in California. Now he’s facing life in prison.

Snoqualmie gets safest city nod

Ranks safest in state according to website’s matrix.

Sallal well shut down, boil water advisory continues

E. coli continues to plague the Sallal Water Association system.

  • Sep 20, 2019
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$30 car tab proposal returns to ballot in November

Tim Eyman-led initiative would restrict car tabs and transportation benefit districts in Washington.

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Police find bear tracks after intruder report | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 9-13.

  • Sep 20, 2019
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                                Political signs are back up at Snoqualmie Ridge after a warning letter was sent out by the Residential Owners’ Association.

Who controls campaign signs at the Ridge?

ROA wants signs removed, however the law is unclear about jurisdiction.

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                                Political signs are back up at Snoqualmie Ridge after a warning letter was sent out by the Residential Owners’ Association.

E. coli found in Sallal water

All association members asked to boil their drinking water until further notice.

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King County alcohol production ordinance could be approved by year’s end

Update to county code has been more than a year in the making.

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                                Construction site of the new roundabout on East North Bend Way.

North Bend’s third roundabout under construction

Project is expected to be complete in late October.

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                                Construction site of the new roundabout on East North Bend Way.

KCSO found all but one of the 108 allegations of excessive or unnecessary use of force were justified

The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.

SVSD introduces advisory course for middle schools

All three middle schools will have an advisory course for each grade level to help prepare students for high school and beyond.

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                                Brenden Elwood, Jeanne Pettersen, Mayor Ken Hearing, Alan Gothelf and Ross Loudenback perform the ribbon cutting at a special ceremony at North Bend’s new City Hall Sept. 5.

North Bend’s new City Hall has ribbon cutting

City Hall is now located in the geographic center of town.

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                                Brenden Elwood, Jeanne Pettersen, Mayor Ken Hearing, Alan Gothelf and Ross Loudenback perform the ribbon cutting at a special ceremony at North Bend’s new City Hall Sept. 5.