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A new statewide report outlines how COVID-19 outbreaks have moved through Washington schools. The report, released on Feb. 11, lists outbreaks in King County and… Continue reading
What you need to know about snow in the Snoqualmie Valley
Downtown Snoqualmie facility would have space for up to 15 guests.
Lawmakers in Olympia are considering an overhaul of Washington state’s public health system to increase access to basic services. A number of changes are expected… Continue reading
Some experts believe we’re on the cusp of discovering packs in King County.
Responsible development, changing drafts and salmon are all key concerns.
The Carnation farm is looking to get into the brew business.
Plan still requires state approval; city needs backup mitigation water source for summer months.
Ten of the 14 salmon species listed as endangered are in crisis.
The Snoqualmie City Council passed an ordinance on Jan. 25 that declares it is a property owner’s responsibility to clear snow and ice from sidewalks… Continue reading
The alarm has malfunctioned several times over the last year, concerning residents.
The shelter would run until 2024 and provide year-round housing for the valley’s homeless residents.
Lawmakers are eyeing a number of bills which could change firearm regulations in the state.
Wastewater treatment plants account for about 70% of the excess nutrients.
Chief Andy De Los Angeles of the Snoqualmie Tribe has died today. The news was announced in a post on the Tribe’s Facebook page. More… Continue reading
The right-wing social media website is not being hosted by Epik, but registered its domain.
Rains have pelted King County in recent weeks, saturating the soil and increasing the risk of landslides in the Snoqualmie Valley. Landslides are a risk… Continue reading
A statement from Manahan cited medical issues.
More Snoqualmie Valley School District students will be back in the classroom later this month, including kindergarteners and first-graders. In a Jan. 7 statement, Superintendent… Continue reading
The North Bend City Council’s first meeting of the year was marked by new committee appointments, approval of the public works employees union contract and… Continue reading