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Higher than normal snowpacks in Washington are good news for Puget Sound residents.
King County deputies will be patrolling with a dedicated focus on impaired driver detection.
Construction is set to begin on April 23.
Snoqualmie Valley farmers join together in cooperative venture.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
PSE plans to hand out thousands of seeds and seedlings at events throughout the Eastside.
The legislation is intended to prevent landlords from discriminating based on the source of a prospective tenant’s income.
Drivers need to plan for delays, slow down and pay attention through work zones this summer.
Local resident shares how community resources helped her family heal from abuse.
A carbon fee could be on November’s ballot if supporters of I-1631 gather enough signatures.
Washington’s secretary of state talks hacking, social media and more at Redmond Rotary.
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Wolf Manager Ben Maletzke will present.
City staff met with North Bend residents to talk shop about development anxiety.
All 450 deputies are slated carry the heroin overdose antidote by mid-summer.
The city hopes to improve road safety at the intersection of SE Tanner Road and North Bend Way.
One Table’s first stab at recommendations leaves some members calling for a bolder, clearly financed plan.
The officers were among the first on scene.
Panelists discussed broader trends in the epidemic, strategies for identifying addiction, and more.
The discussion will be held 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 9 at Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church.
The Greater Snoqualmie Valley organization announced a partnership with Encompass.