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Snoqualmie holds third highest distracted driving crash rate on the Eastside over the past decade.
Washington is the sixth state health department to join the campaign along with 18 other states.
One was caused by an improper reroofing project and the other was accidental.
Fourth annual Twilight Tour set for Aug. 31.
Snoqualmie approves transportation plan update, riverwalk studies and property sale deadline extension
The council discussed the riverwalk, downtown building height, and transportation on July 23.
Valley Animal Partners set to host Doggie Stock music festival Sept. 8.
The department is facing a $33 million shortfall and also hopes to secure future funding.
Three of the leading candidates attended the forum at Blakely Hall in Issaquah on July 24.
Scientists confirm cougar euthanized attacked two bicyclists in North Bend
The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce held their own primary election candidate forum on July 12
Ferguson argues downloadable guns make weapons easier for people to obtain.
Community event to celebrate shuttle launch set for Aug. 17
With an overhaul set by 2040, a new report shows the economic and health benefits of going electric.
Construction set to last 10 weeks beginning August 6
Snoqualmie’s Planning Commission heard comments from several members of the public on the master plan
The deceased were discovered on July 6 after not showing up to a Fourth of July party.
Isabela Laguna will serve as the AQHYA director through June 2019
Gun rights groups have threatened legal action over the measure.
State health officials issue advisory for upcoming heat wave
A video showing a trainer using a plastic bat to train a dog was not animal abuse, county says.