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Data released at the end of June shows that Washington’s population has continued to rise in the last year, with Snoqualmie as one of the… Continue reading
A small chimney fire broke out at the Salish Lodge and Spa in Snoqualmie on the morning of July 21. The Snoqualmie and Fall City… Continue reading
Snoqualmie Tribe educates residents about ancestral lands.
In a return to normalcy, a small crowd gathered at the North Bend Theatre to watch “Swan Song,” the opening night film of this year’s… Continue reading
District 3 hopefuls meet in North Bend forum.
The City of North Bend is inviting residents to a virtual town hall meeting on July 27 regarding the construction of the Meadowbrook Utility Local… Continue reading
Following a three month national search, the Snoqualmie Valley School District Board has named Lance Gibbon the new superintendent of Snoqualmie schools. He officially began… Continue reading
New data on vaccine hesitancy collected between June 24 and July 1 shows that the Snoqualmie Valley has similar rates of hesitancy compared to the… Continue reading
At its July 12 meeting, the Snoqualmie City Council approved placing a new sales tax on this year’s general election ballot that could go into… Continue reading
For Jonathan Boysen, director of bands at Eastside Catholic High School, music has been a lifelong pursuit. As a child, Boysen began playing music on… Continue reading
A new COVID-19 relief initiative, targeting small businesses in unincorporated King County, was announced Wednesday. County Executive Dow Constantine unveiled the new “Revive and Thrive”… Continue reading
A new approach to criminal sentencing hopes to reduce incarceration and recidivism rates for nonviolent offenders in Snoqualmie. A community court program, which begins Aug.… Continue reading
North Bend residents can expect some traffic delays along North Bend Way starting July 20. The delays will occur during the construction of a new,… Continue reading
The Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved the city’s proposed Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan at its June 28 meeting. The plan is a collaboration between… Continue reading
All fireworks available for purchase at retail stands in Snoqualmie are legal for residents.