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Lindsey Leitch is an early riser. She has to be. Her family and her community depend on her. Lindsey begins her day at 4:30 a.m., waking in time to pack lunches for the family and kiss her 3 and 5-year-old sons goodbye before she heads out the door.
Last week’s edition of the Snoqualmie Valley Record mentioned several athletes and artists that are moving on to various colleges after finishing their studies at… Continue reading
Congressman Dave Reichert’s excuses are old, tiresome, and misleading. He said, “If Congress begins to use its powers to rummage around in the tax returns… Continue reading
I was very disheartened to hear that the Snoqualmie Mayor and City Council ignored the Snoqualmie Planning Commission’s recommendations concerning proper setbacks on the new… Continue reading
Libraries have always been the places to turn to for information, ideas and inspiration. And although the technology people use to access information has changed over time — from microfiche readers, record players, and tape recorders to today’s computers and digital formats — the King County Library System’s mission has remained the same: Helping patrons gain the knowledge they seek in whatever form suits them.
“The biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform in the history of our country” so proclaimed Mnuchin about the tax proposal from the Trump… Continue reading
In the recent months, I have heard from a number of my constituents about President Trump’s tax returns. Some believe Congress should focus on other,… Continue reading
I have just finished paying my 2017 property tax, and am concerned about how large it has become. We need to be more critical about… Continue reading
Encompass is reminded how grateful we are to our dedicated and generous volunteers who donate their time, energy and talents to us. It is our… Continue reading
I have survived into my 70s without getting involved in politics. But last week I found myself in the marble halls of Olympia. Why? I… Continue reading
Washington, along with every state in the nation, utilizes a gas tax to provide a major source of funding for roads and bridges. It has been a reliable workhorse for decades, but its future sustainability is uncertain as vehicles become more fuel-efficient and alternative fuel sources emerge.
To Representative Dave Reichert (WA-8) who chose not to attend the Town Hall held in Covington April 12 and attended by hundreds of his constituents,… Continue reading
It’s that time of year again: property tax statements have recently come out from King County. Taxes are going up, and it’s important to understand… Continue reading
King County should be embarrased at presenting the most recent attempt at a hydrology study submitted at the Sno Valley Senior Center in Carnation on… Continue reading
Our family would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Pastor Lee Carney Hartman and the congregation of the Snoqualmie United Methodist Church and Mayor… Continue reading
A big thank you to the Firewise Communities Program and Fall City Fire Chief Chris Connor for taking the initiative to protect our communities from… Continue reading
I feel lucky to have grown up in Monroe, which I consider the far north boundary of the greater Snoqualmie Valley area. After graduating from… Continue reading
Do you like plays? I do, and saw a fantastic one recently, right here in our Valley. You can enjoy “Our Town” here at the… Continue reading
Representative Reichert has voted three times to keep the Republican president’s taxes secret, putting party over national security, and failing to represent his constituents. Seventy-four… Continue reading
In November, Washington voters rejected what would have been the nation’s first carbon tax. A mix of seemingly conflicting groups attacked the measure on all… Continue reading