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The tribe donated 200 automated external defibrillator units to local organizations and agencies.
Set waste reduction goals with other resolutions
Put loving yourself first in 2019 and watch good changes happen.
The Tolt Historical Society has moved to the Hjertoos House and plans to open to the public in 2019.
A monthly column from Waste Management
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson presented Santa with a key to the city.
The WMEA All-State groups will meet in Portland, Ore., Feb. 15-17.
This year’s conference was held in Seattle on the weekend of Nov. 16-19.
A column written by Hannah Scholes, Waste Management’s recycling education and outreach coordinator.
The nonprofit partners with families to build healthy foundations for children.
Local veterans gathered at Mount Si Senior Center for the annual Veterans Day celebration.
Folks who enjoy the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail may not remember that it is a “rails to trails” creation. The trail parking lot on Lake Alice Road… Continue reading
Voter resources available at area libraries.
North Bend has completed a long time priority project, the improvement of NE 12th Street.
Dr. Allison Apfelbaum is a naturopathic primary care doctor in Woodinville.
Around 40 au pairs live with local families as part of a cultural exchange experience in Snoqualmie and North Bend
Mount Si High School students elect Josh York and Madyson Ford as Homecoming king and queen.
Elaina Miller of Snoqualmie has won the award from the Royal Conservatory of Music.
The breakfast aims to raise funds to provide counseling services to support students.
The Snoqualmie-based company builds ultrasound and eddy current testing tech.