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The Snoqualmie Police blotter for Sept. 9 through 11.
A council committee voted to advance a last-minute “compromise” plan to fund stadium maintenance.
The Washington State Patrol asked locals for any information to identify the vehicle and suspect.
County sheriff’s office and other first responders launched a six-hour recovery mission.
Si View plans to connect trails, acquire new land and improve existing parks with additional funding.
Two vehicles crashed near Tolt Hill Road along Redmond-Fall City Road, incinerating a dump truck.
The new rules will minimize suspension and expulsions for minor offenses.
The height limit for buildings in the historic downtown district of Snoqualmie has been changed from 30 to 35 feet after a vote by the… Continue reading
The Snoqualmie Valley police blotter for Aug. 19 through 23.
YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner.
Locals should contact police immediately if they’ve seen Taylor Munro after July 16.
The Washington Rural Letter Carriers’ Association (WARLCA) announced that Snoqualmie - North Bend rural letter carrier Janie Walla is its 2018 Outstanding Member of the… Continue reading
The HopeFest has served 6,500 low-income or homeless people in King County.
After months of discussion, the council approved the land use code amendment for homeless shelters.
State Superintendent responds to Betsy Devos’ consideration to arm teachers.
Dr. Robert Manahan previously served as superintendent at the Peninsula and Lake Chelan school districts.
The sheriff’s discipline comes as the result of violent off-duty behavior.
The treatment plan received “Outstanding Performance Award.”
Former public defender Daron Morris slams incumbent Dan Satterberg for the use of bail in the county justice system.
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency urges people to take precautions.