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The Mount Si Artist Guild’s Open Studio is beginning it’s fourth year of operation new plans.
The city council approved increased funding of local service organizations through 2019 and 2020.
The Snoqualmie Tribe is bringing back their Charitable Donations program in January of 2019.
Take a look back at 12 of stories from throughout the year.
After months of work, the city council has passed the biennial budget for 2019 and 2020.
North Bend City Council has prohibited plastic bags in retail stores beginning on Jan. 1, 2019.
The Chamber of Commerce invited citizens out to local businesses for the Christmas Open House.
Snoqualmie has completed the stabilization of the Canyon Springs water line after a 2017 landslide.
The Tolt Historical Society has moved to the Hjertoos House and plans to open to the public in 2019.
Erroneous information came from previous project amendments.
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson presented Santa with a key to the city.
Sigillo Cellars have purchased the vacant lot on the corner SE King Street in downtown Snoqualmie.
The Snoqualmie Casino and Seattle Seahawks have announced a new advertising partnership.
Mount Si Senior Center receives $2 million from King County to purchase Cascade Park Apartments.
Si View Metropolitan Park District begins planning for capital bonds projects.
Public Hospital District No. 4’s board of directors voted to approve Kim Witkop as the Interim CEO
As the holiday season approaches, several Snoqualmie Valley businesses are gearing up their offerings of Christmas tree services. The Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew 115, a… Continue reading
The Giving Tree, a Kiwanis gift donation program, is returning to the Valley this month.
The Snoqualmie City Council discussed not taking a 1 percent property tax increase for 2019.