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A final extension of the Washington state utility moratorium was announced last week, meaning the ban on shut-offs will expire on Sept. 30. A press… Continue reading
A hot, dry summer could wreak havoc on the Snoqualmie River system.
Rob Manahan announced his retirement earlier this year after being hired in 2018.
Seattle Public Utilities will be holding a second virtual community meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. June 30 on the Tolt Dam warning system. The… Continue reading
Thousands of people in Western Washington have lost power over the weekend, as power demand spiked during a historic heat wave. As of Monday afternoon,… Continue reading
As Puget Sound braces for potential record-breaking heat over the weekend, it’s important to find ways to stay cool. North Bend could see temperatures above… Continue reading
Washington state chapter of Wolf-PAC supports Article V constitutional convention.
The lineup for the annual festival features a wide range of movies and shorts.
The lawsuit seeking to stop the plan from being implemented will proceed.
Kokanee in Lake Washington and Sammamish are genetically unique. Over the past decades, their numbers have dwindled.
Libraries across King County will advance to Phase 4 on June 30, and all remaining library buildings will be open by July 13. After the… Continue reading
Snoqualmie Ice Cream, Chickadee Bakeshop and Heirloom Cookshop will soon be opening in Snoqualmie.
Those thick mats of vegetation floating just below the surface of Lake Sammamish are more than a nuisance to boaters and a danger to swimmers… Continue reading
North Bend’s City Council unanimously approved a form-based code to guide development in its downtown commercial zone, a roughly 20-block area. The new code was… Continue reading
The Snoqualmie Tribe is asking visitors to think about how they interact with the outdoors.
The threat of wildfires in much of Washington state is expected to be above average this summer as hot and dry conditions are predicted through… Continue reading
Included in a slate of police reform bills this session in Olympia was one that ordered police departments to get rid of surplus military weaponry.… Continue reading
Washington state Department of Natural Resources firefighters were preparing for what could have been a busy Memorial Day weekend after a record number of wildfires… Continue reading
Trevor Lane, a 2012 graduate of Mount Si High School, was selected to play on the U.S. Olympic baseball team — and could begin playing… Continue reading
Fuzzy Fletcher is no stranger to tools. He’s been a toolmaker and machinist for the past four decades, and started working in a machine shop… Continue reading