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Friends of the Snoqualmie River and Trail have filed an appeal against the city’s plan.
After a decade of work on his labor of love, Kirkland’s Hamed Shirzad has finished a set of Persian jewelry which will soon be on… Continue reading
We asked readers in the Snoqualmie Valley who the best businesses were. The results are in, and that list can be found on our website.… Continue reading
Salmon and orcas are in the spotlight once again as King County unveils a new strategic plan to rework its approach to protecting water quality… Continue reading
February unemployment in King County sat at 5.3%, which marked a decrease from the prior month, but was still double that when compared to February… Continue reading
Issaquah School District was ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for failing to provide adequate education to a special education student. The complaint… Continue reading
Snoqualmie Tribe, partners, to open Eastside’s first community-based mass vaccination site on April 12
Located at Lake Sammamish State Park, it has capacity for up to 300 people per day.
Wind and rain couldn’t keep more than 800 people from lining up to receive a first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at the Snoqualmie… Continue reading
The city hall flag pole is experiencing technical difficulties.
District 3 position represents much of the rural Eastside and several cities.
The lawsuit alleged the district covered for a now-convicted child molester while he was a teacher.
The number of people eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine is set to increase in King County, but the number of available doses has yet… Continue reading
The nonprofit has been working to haul dumped trash out of public land in King County.
Agencies from Snoqualmie to Mercer Island, along with the King County Sheriff’s Office and the Washington State Patrol, are slated to be part of it.
The one exception is for online remote middle school students.
High prices and a lack of available land has pushed the price per acre sky-high.
While that may sound nice, it also means more mosquito diseases and forest displacement.
North Bend’s water system plan was approved by the Washington state Department of Health on March 4. The plan allows the city to provide water… Continue reading
New guidance for those that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 have been released by the Centers for Disease Control. The guidance was released on… Continue reading
Workers at many large grocery stores in unincorporated King County will soon see a pay bump of $4 an hour after the King County Metropolitan… Continue reading