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More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.
Sigillo Cellars have purchased the vacant lot on the corner SE King Street in downtown Snoqualmie.
Tana Senn (D-Mercer Island) is sponsoring a condo liability reform bill.
Kirk Gillock cycled across 13 states in the shape of a heart to unite Americans in love and political balance.
Mount Si Senior Center receives $2 million from King County to purchase Cascade Park Apartments.
Si View Metropolitan Park District begins planning for capital bonds projects.
King County Library System prepares for its annual Season of Stories and Songs.
Public Hospital District No. 4’s board of directors voted to approve Kim Witkop as the Interim CEO
Area governments and nonprofits purchased the remaining 80 acres of the 250 acre preservation area.
Eastside police departments spoke on the ‘porch pirate’ problem and ask locals to report the crime.
As the holiday season approaches, several Snoqualmie Valley businesses are gearing up their offerings of Christmas tree services. The Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew 115, a… Continue reading
The Giving Tree, a Kiwanis gift donation program, is returning to the Valley this month.
Firefighters from Eastside Fire & Rescue, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Duvall fire departments assisted.
23 people have been infected with a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli bacteria in 11 states.
The Snoqualmie City Council discussed not taking a 1 percent property tax increase for 2019.
The district is planning to merge with district 10 and needs pamphlet statement committee members.
Summers will continue to get warmer and drier which could affect the Snoqualmie River.
The addition is the final casino upgrade of 2018.
Holiday travelers should be prepared for snow on the state’s three main mountain passes this weekend.
North Bend city council discussed 2019 property taxes rates and a general facility charge increase.