Ashley Hiruko

K-9 police program approved for Snoqualmie

Pooch will be used for educational purposes as well as police work


Black Friday surprise: hazmat team visits North Bend Theatre after urine misdelivery

Meanwhile packed ‘Frozen 2’ screening was happening inside theater.


For veterans, there’s no better cause to push than helping other vets

Jim Curtis and Mark Gorman are two of many veteran advocates on the Eastside.


Shelter opening late, needs donations for deficit

Missed grant has led to $50,000 in the red, could jeopardize services.

Council rejects noise exemption for needed construction

Construction on Snoqualmie Parkway will have to happen during daytime hours.

Raffle proceeds to benefit family of veteran who died in crane collapse

This year’s Mother Brundage raffle will benefit Andrew Yoder’s family.

Two head-on crashes happen days apart on Preston-Fall City Road

Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate the cause of the car collision.

Companies fined more than $100K for crane collapse that killed North Bend man

L&I determined it was a strong wind gust and removed crane pins that led to the deaths of four.

Sallal water will be chlorinated for foreseeable future

More than 250 members gathered to hear more on the E. coli situation.

Arson fires in Snoqualmie Azalea Park under investigation

$10,000 award being offered by Arson Alarm Foundation.

E. coli found in Sallal water

All association members asked to boil their drinking water until further notice.

Council votes to suspend recording of open public comment unrelated to agenda

It was a close 4-3 vote. Only non-agenda item discussion will go dark.

North Bend failed to properly mitigate water for six weeks

The mitigation error stemmed from an incorrectly installed flow meter on Centennial Well.

Suspected Tiger Mountain road rage shooter arrested

About four to five rounds were fired at the back of a Chevrolet Tahoe.

North Bend continues development push as water situation remains unclear

A recent decision means parcel marked for development was removed from Sallal’s service area.

Pushing the limits of public comment; Snoqualmie council questions candidate’s methods

Donaldson uses video of his speeches during open comments for videos appearing on his website.

Coalition for Open Government concerned by Snoqualmie public records changes

Public hearing on proposal slated for July 22.

Opposition and supporters of Drag Queen Story Hour make showing in Issaquah

A lack of police at a recent county library board meeting led some to feel intimidated.

From Olympia to Bellingham: Tiny home villages offer a path toward permanent housing

Beginning talks happening on Eastside village partnership.

Sallal Water Association rejects amendment

Board continues pursuit of North Bend water contract.