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Fuel for the fireworks: As Snoqualmie debates public safety and individual rights, let’s look at the rules already on the books
However you may feel about fireworks, love them, or hate them, well, I completely agree with you.
Community Events, January 2015
Election ballots will be delivered to mailboxes in the next few days, providing residents of the Snoqualmie Valley the chance to approve a school bond measure that will yield the most significant and positive effects for our community in over 60 years.
After being editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Record for eight years, Seth Truscott recently left the helm of the Snoqualmie Valley Record to work as a public information officer for WSU’s School of Agriculture. Seth has done a stellar job epitomising the ethos of local community journalism in Snoqualmie Valley, and it has indeed been a pleasure to work alongside him. We at SVR wish Seth well in his new role.
Editor’s Note: Seth Truscott, Editor of the Valley Record for seven years, has left the Valley. Reporter Carol Ladwig is the new editor. The newspaper I started at was a classic. It fit the idea that everyone secretly harbors of life at a newspaper:
A year ago, in this column, I called for an answer to some basic questions on the latest school bond plans. Among them: Why not build a separate high school? Why not build another middle school and keep the freshman campus? How do we know this is all we’ll need?