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                                Brenden Elwood, Jeanne Pettersen, Mayor Ken Hearing, Alan Gothelf and Ross Loudenback perform the ribbon cutting at a special ceremony at North Bend’s new City Hall Sept. 5.

North Bend’s new City Hall has ribbon cutting

City Hall is now located in the geographic center of town.

 

Report: Only one use of excessive force upheld by Sheriff’s investigations in 2018

The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.

 

Man get car stuck on sidewalk at Community Park | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 3-7.

  • Sep 13, 2019

 

Council votes to suspend recording of open public comment unrelated to agenda

It was a close 4-3 vote. Only non-agenda item discussion will go dark.

MSHS student photoshop rendering of what the new Wildcat Way street signs may look like. Photo captured from the Aug. 26 city council meeting

Meadowbrook Way to have honorary name “Wildcat Way”

City council approved the longtime MSHS request to have new honorary street name.

MSHS student photoshop rendering of what the new Wildcat Way street signs may look like. Photo captured from the Aug. 26 city council meeting
Non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan diagram. Photo courtesy of the City of Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie Council passes 2020-2025 non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan

$49 million for 27 projects, $10 million for Community Center Expansion.

Non-utilities Capital Improvement Plan diagram. Photo courtesy of the City of Snoqualmie
Mount Si Montessori is celebrating 30 years in the Valley. Madison Miller / staff photo

Mount Si Montessori to celebrate 30 years in the Valley

Mount Si Montessori has served nearly 1,600 children in 30 years.

Mount Si Montessori is celebrating 30 years in the Valley. Madison Miller / staff photo

North Bend failed to properly mitigate water for six weeks

The mitigation error stemmed from an incorrectly installed flow meter on Centennial Well.

‘Suspicious males’ seen stopping at every car | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Aug. 19-24.

  • Sep 6, 2019

More than 100 horses are being hoarded by a nonprofit in Puget Sound

Under guise of nonprofit caring for rescued horses, allegations of animal cruelty arose.

Cast trailers for “Three Busy Debras” filming at the Snoqualmie YMCA parking lot on Sept. 4. Madison Miller / staff photo

New TV show filming in Snoqualmie

“Three Busy Debras” is being filmed in cities in the Seattle area, including Snoqualmie.

Cast trailers for “Three Busy Debras” filming at the Snoqualmie YMCA parking lot on Sept. 4. Madison Miller / staff photo
U.S. Rep. Kim Schrier, D-Wash., speaks to a gathering outside HealthPoint Auburn North on Thursday afternoon. The Congresswoman talked about the importance of childhood immunizations. MARK KLAAS, Auburn Reporter

Auburn visit: Rep. Schrier urges families to vaccinate their children as schools prepare to open

No child should be left behind when it comes to immunizations. Kim Schrier has made it one of her top priorities during her first six… Continue reading

U.S. Rep. Kim Schrier, D-Wash., speaks to a gathering outside HealthPoint Auburn North on Thursday afternoon. The Congresswoman talked about the importance of childhood immunizations. MARK KLAAS, Auburn Reporter
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                                SVSD assistant superintendent Ryan Stokes walks through one of the multiple commons areas in the new MSHS.

MSHS on schedule for first day of school

There will be a public grand opening on Saturday, Sept. 7.

Photo by Madison Miller / staff photo
                                SVSD assistant superintendent Ryan Stokes walks through one of the multiple commons areas in the new MSHS.
In this January 2019 photo, Gov. Jay Inslee visited the new Children’s Home Society of Washington Highline Early Learning Center in Des Moines to applaud the benefits of early education programs and promote his funding proposal to continue to fund programs like it. Sound Publishing file photo

King County allocates $318 million for education

Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.

In this January 2019 photo, Gov. Jay Inslee visited the new Children’s Home Society of Washington Highline Early Learning Center in Des Moines to applaud the benefits of early education programs and promote his funding proposal to continue to fund programs like it. Sound Publishing file photo

King County pushes back report on for-hire driver trafficking training

The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.

Photo courtesy of the City of North Bend
                                North Bend’s Visitor Information Center and Mountain View Art Gallery to close its doors Sept. 8.
Photo courtesy of the City of North Bend
                                North Bend’s Visitor Information Center and Mountain View Art Gallery to close its doors Sept. 8.

Suspected Tiger Mountain road rage shooter arrested

About four to five rounds were fired at the back of a Chevrolet Tahoe.

The King County Courthouse. File photo

King County set to bring in tax-free housing funding

It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.

The King County Courthouse. File photo

North Bend continues development push as water situation remains unclear

A recent decision means parcel marked for development was removed from Sallal’s service area.