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Separated by only 44 votes in the race for Snoqualmie City Council, Position 6, incumbent Sean Sundwall was certified as the election winner Tuesday with… Continue reading
Blotter: Police settle incident with bad tempers and bad drivers; wind storm, not vandals, trashed resident’s yard
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls: Snoqualmie-North Bend Police Department Friday, Nov. 10 Mischief: At 7:20 p.m., a… Continue reading
A woman who followed her dog into the Tolt River Saturday afternoon, Nov. 25, was rescued by firefighters from Eastside Fire and Rescue, Fall City,… Continue reading
Open water fish pens have long been criticized by conservation activists as facilities that spread disease and can have catastrophic consequences on native fish populations.… Continue reading
Thirteen projects that support salmon recovery in the Snoqualmie and South Fork Skykomish watersheds have been awarded $872,286 in Cooperative Watershed Management (CWM) grants. The… Continue reading
Snoqualmie’s City Council heard arguments in favor of increasing the city’s property tax levy by the allowed 1 percent last week, but will not vote on the issue until next week.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls: Snoqualmie Fire Department Thursday, Nov. 9 Tree fall: At 12:08 a.m., Snoqualmie… Continue reading
Auditor’s office seeking $700,000 from Washington Legislature
Schools from 34 King County cities and unincorporated areas are reducing waste, increasing recycling, conserving resources, and cutting costs with help from the King County… Continue reading
The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office charged a 25-year-old man for emailing pastors: “Time to engage the artillery and kill you all.”
The city of Carnation welcomed its newest addition to the administration in October. Amy Arrington has recently been hired as the new City Administrator. Coming… Continue reading
A miscommunication between co-workers led to an injury resulting two broken legs last week. At 6:20 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9, a man fell as… Continue reading
The Tolt Hill Bridge will be closed Monday, but only for a half day, as engineers inspect the bridge for planned repairs. Starting at 9… Continue reading
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Most incumbents ahead in election results, except Snoqualmie Valley School Board and one Snoqualmie City Council seat
Snoqualmie’s contentious election season may result in very little change on the city council, but big changes on the Snoqualmie Valley School Board.
State Patrol IDs North Bend area as preferred site for new weigh station; city, residents object at Nov. 7 town hall meeting
The Washington State Patrol, like everyone else who lives in North Bend, thinks the city will be the perfect spot to locate a future weigh station, but the plans have not received a warm welcome so far.
School board moves ahead with levy plans, finds funding for 40 teachers to expand programming, reduce class sizes
Two weeks ago, the Snoqualmie Valley School Board was considering the implications of the state’s updated education funding formula, and expecting to run a levy… Continue reading
Last week, a lawsuit was filed over the practice; this week, King County scrambled to respond.
County council approves utility franchise fee for right-of-way use; public comment period closes Dec. 7
Earlier this month, the King County Council approved a new fee for utility franchises using county right-of-way that could lead to an increase of about… Continue reading
City budget presentation earns award for meeting needs as a policy document, a financial plan, an operations guide, and communications tool.