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Bibliophiles are in luck as the popular Valley Reads series returns this December with another installment featuring a local author. Friends of the North Bend… Continue reading
After new public health guidelines were announced for Washington state on Sunday, leaders in the valley and economists are expecting more unemployment claims and further… Continue reading
Losses in revenue from the coronavirus and other sources has led the city to dip into its rainy day fund.
North Bend held three public hearings on Nov. 3 regarding adjusting next year’s property tax levy, the proposed 2021-22 biennial budget and amending school impact… Continue reading
Cases are soaring across the state and could overlap with the flu.
In King County, voters overwhelmingly chose former Vice President Joe Biden (D) over President Donald Trump (R) in this year’s presidential election. Biden and his… Continue reading
Snoqualmie valley resident Luke Vilsmeyer retired from the Army and Green Berets after 21 years.
With preschool resuming in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, parents are wondering what’s next for students after the district decided to begin the school year… Continue reading
8th Congressional District House Seat Kim Schrier (D) - 60.87% Jesse Jensen (R) - 39.02% 5th Congressional District Senate Seat Mark Mullet (D) - 48.38%… Continue reading
Four funding packages in the valley were passing as of Tuesday evening.
Voters are approving an appointed sheriff along with other measures.
Following a Democratic sweep in 2018, the formerly Republican district seems to be solidly blue.
Who gets to supply water to a 212-unit housing complex is at the heart of the skirmish.
Plan includes a contested plot of land known as the Dahlgren property.
The concept has proven results in addressing homelessness.
The SnoValley Chamber of Commerce held a candidates forum on Oct. 22.
A proposal from a private developer seeking to build a marijuana store in North Bend will have a public hearing next month. A hearing on… Continue reading
The community theater is hoping to put on a virtual Christmas production this year.
Unemployment remained high in September.
It leaves the county with roughly $50 million a year to bond against.