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The city of Snoqualmie is considering city code requiring helmets for recreation on city property.
Residents of Snoqualmie, North Bend and the Hospital and School Districts have submitted their applications to run for office this fall. In the three Snoqualmie… Continue reading
North Bend will work to improve conservation education and revise proposed ordinance.
The YMCA has leased a 40-acre property to support expanded initiatives for outdoor education
The city is proposing a $12.5 million expansion for the YMCA community center building.
Life Enrichment Options expands housing for people with developmental disabilities to Snoqualmie
North Bend unanimously voted to renew their police services agreement with Snoqualmie.
While the Fall City Fire megrer failed, the district is working to make improvements on their own.
Council discussed subdivision regulation changes and a date for their upcoming town hall.
Hundreds of Valley residents got a chance to ask questions about the changes coming to I-90.
City council sets a policy mimicking actions of Seattle Public Utilities acquisitions.
The time and effort many citizens put into making the city a better place was recognized on Wednesday, April 10, as the city of Snoqualmie… Continue reading
Improvements to working conditions for nurses are closer than ever thanks to House Bill 1155.
Registration to run for office begins next month.
The city council denied a proposal from a local business to move into the IGA building on the Ridge.
An estimated 2 million people visit the Falls every year, but how many spend more time in the city?
WSDOT is looking for feedback on the I-90 and SR18 interchange project this April.
The temporary access road from Snoqualmie onto I-90 West is closer to becoming a reality.
Mayor Ken Hearing delivered his last State of the City address at the March 19 council meeting.
The Fall City Community Association held a debate on the proposed fire district merger on March 28.