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While Bill Gates, Sr., is telling everyone in his TV ad that I-1098 is good for Washington and will only impact the very wealthy, that’s really not the case.
I met Kevin Haistings while he was doorbelling in my neighborhood. Kevin is a candidate for the State House running against the incumbent Roger Goodman.… Continue reading
I recently saw 45th District Sen. Eric Oemig’s attack ad about candidate Andy Hill. I must state here that I have personally known Andy and his family for several years. He’s been a soccer coach for years in his community.
The second Annual Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation Phonathon was held at Twin Falls Middle School on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 13 and 14. Thank you… Continue reading
While Bill Gates, Sr., is telling everyone in his TV ad that I-1098 is good for Washington and will only impact the very wealthy, that's really not the case.
Kevin Haistings has earned my vote and those who are in the 45th District to be our next State Representative from the 45th District this November.
The sun came out for the DoggieStock festival! And so did our Valley’s responsible pet owners.
There are no words to express our pain; nor words to express our gratitude. The love, support and prayers we have received from the community have been both humbling and inspiring. We have been especially moved by the students of the Valley—and beyond.
I was caught in a freak storm in late August, and pinned down by it long enough to have mobilized search and rescue teams. Those personnel were preparing to go looking for me even as I emerged, bedraggled and exhausted, into North Bend.
On September 1, 2010, a little piece of Snoqualmie Valley history slipped away, taking 20 years worth of memories and accomplishments with her.
Thank you for embracing Snoqualmie Railroad Days and helping to make it the community festival we all knew it could be!
Yep, the noise my good neighbor emits across the Snoqualmie Valley can still be heard loud and clear in my backyard. The clatter persists to encircle me in my front yard. The din my good neighbor turns out still pulsates through my closed windows four out of seven nights a week.
Bob Edwards’ August 25 column asked a very pointed question: Why is there a dedicated left turn lane northbound at Bendigo Boulevard and West Park Street?
The family of Shirley Bricker would like to express our thanks for the overwhelming love and support shown during our recent loss. It meant so… Continue reading
While the basic purpose of our schools is student learning, the safety and well-being of our students will always be of highest priority.
Fifth District candidates for the state legislature profess support for legislation favoring small business. But only David Spring has been a participant in action to actually achieve tax relief for start-up struggling small businesses to help them succeed.
Take a look at the destruction that is occuring to the beautiful old tree at Maloney Grove in North Bend.