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King County leaders discuss implementing a new system that aims to better reflect the will of voters
Seizure control allowed her to communicate, make friends and have unprecedented independence.
Charges were filed following an incident at home of Sherman’s in-laws in Redmond.
Following a three month national search, the Snoqualmie Valley School District Board has named Lance Gibbon the new superintendent of Snoqualmie schools. He officially began… Continue reading
New data on vaccine hesitancy collected between June 24 and July 1 shows that the Snoqualmie Valley has similar rates of hesitancy compared to the… Continue reading
The city of Snoqualmie and King County Flood Control District will be repairing an existing revetment (retaining wall) along the Snoqualmie River. The repaired revetment… Continue reading
A new report outlines crime trends in Washington state during 2020, showing a decrease in many categories of offenses and and increase in murders. The… Continue reading
At its July 12 meeting, the Snoqualmie City Council approved placing a new sales tax on this year’s general election ballot that could go into… Continue reading
For Jonathan Boysen, director of bands at Eastside Catholic High School, music has been a lifelong pursuit. As a child, Boysen began playing music on… Continue reading
A prosthetic leg arrived at the Auburn Police Department as found property over the weekend. It was found in the 100 block of 2nd Southeast.… Continue reading
Around 5:45 p.m. on June 11, an Auburn Police patrol responded to a suspicious circumstance near the area of 112th Place Southeast and Southeast 325th… Continue reading
A new COVID-19 relief initiative, targeting small businesses in unincorporated King County, was announced Wednesday. County Executive Dow Constantine unveiled the new “Revive and Thrive”… Continue reading
Ubax Gardheere is running in District 9.
A new approach to criminal sentencing hopes to reduce incarceration and recidivism rates for nonviolent offenders in Snoqualmie. A community court program, which begins Aug.… Continue reading
CITY SEEKS NORTH BEND CITIZENS FOR INPUT ON BALLOT MEASURE The City Council recently passed a resolution to place a proposition on the November 2… Continue reading
North Bend residents can expect some traffic delays along North Bend Way starting July 20. The delays will occur during the construction of a new,… Continue reading
A final extension of the Washington state utility moratorium was announced last week, meaning the ban on shut-offs will expire on Sept. 30. A press… Continue reading
A hot, dry summer could wreak havoc on the Snoqualmie River system.
Rob Manahan announced his retirement earlier this year after being hired in 2018.