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City discusses police, firefighter levy on ballot at town hall; another meeting is Thursday at City Hall
Snoqualmie citizens gathered in the gymnasium of Cascade View Elementary on Thursday, Sept. 22, for the first of two Snoqualmie Town Hall events discussing Proposition 1, a public safety levy that would increase the property tax to fund the hiring of two more police officers and one additional firefighter, which will be on the ballot this November.
Shoppers in North Bend now have a new way to pick up their groceries. On Monday, Sept. 19, North Bend's QFC began operating its online ordering and pickup service.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce held the first of two candidate forums for the upcoming general election on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Snoqualmie TPC Golf Course.
After a successful first year raising more than $1,600, the Mount Si High School Key Club is organizing its second Bark for Life event.
A combination of sediment and invasive plant species have plagued farm drainage ditches in the Valley for years, but with the help of King County's Agricultural Drainage Assistance Program, farmlands are getting the maintenance they need.
In preparation for an updated Parks District System Plan, the Si View Metropolitan Parks District held an open house on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Si View Community Center to receive feedback from residents on important projects for the future of the district.
At the Sept. 12 Snoqualmie City Council meeting, Valley cities partnered to receive an economic development grant and a request for proposals for an online public park reservation system was approved.
Four Veteran hikers made their way through the Snoqualmie Pass on Labor Day, Sept. 5 as part of the Warrior Expedition program that gives veterans an opportunity to decompress from their time in the military.
Coach: Darren Brown
King County Fire Districts 10 and 38 will once again ask voters to support their proposed combination into one fire authority in order to maintain a financially viable organization.
After recently earning his designation as Chief Fire Officer for a second time, Snoqualmie Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Mark Correira has plans to implement professional credentialing tools for other firefighters in his department.
In accordance with the 2014 comprehensive plan, the city of Snoqualmie will change the land use and zoning of two areas in historic downtown Snoqualmie, from Doone Ave S.E. to Silva Avenue S.E. and from S.E. Newton Street to S.E. Delta Street.
Six Mount Si High School wrestlers traveled to compete at the Tacoma Dome for the State Championships on Feb. 19 and 20.
On Jan. 1, Eastside Fire and Rescue entered an agreement with the Snoqualmie Tribe to provide medical and fire services to the casino and tribal lands.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation has begun a senior outreach program designed to provide service to homebound seniors in need of help with various activities.
Two actors will have to play over 20 characters in one night in Valley Center Stage’s production of “Greater Tuna” opening Thursday, Feb. 4 at the theater in North Bend.
Residents of the Woody Creek and Ironwood neighborhoods in Snoqualmie have been calling for a full traffic signal to be installed at the intersection of Fisher Avenue Southeast and Snoqualmie Parkway for more than 10 years.
Downtown Snoqualmie gained a brand new restaurant last month when Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant opened its doors on Railroad Avenue.
It all happened quickly. From signing a lease to opening their doors, it took Caadxi Oaxaca, Snoqualmie’s newest Mexican restaurant, a little more than a month to open its doors.
One of the Valley’s historical cemeteries, dating back to about 1907, is in need of help. The Mount Si Memorial Cemetery in North Bend is looking for a new owner after being in the care of the late Jerry Kaasa of North Bend for more than four decades.