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A proposal from a private developer seeking to build a marijuana store in North Bend will have a public hearing next month. A hearing on… Continue reading
The community theater is hoping to put on a virtual Christmas production this year.
Unemployment remained high in September.
It leaves the county with roughly $50 million a year to bond against.
Highlights from the list of improvements.
Voters in the Snoqualmie Valley should have received their ballots for the election.
Wildfire smoke kills hundreds of WA residents A recent report by the University of Washington estimates that more than 200 people were killed by wildfire… Continue reading
Justices unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
They were extended through Dec. 31.
Local businesses and cities will be holding a scavenger hunt and candy pick up on Halloween.
A new trail and day use area is open for public use in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Camp Brown day use area is a family-friendly… Continue reading
Halloween will undoubtedly look different this year, with public health agencies warning people against traditional trick-or-treating. But there’s still plenty to do around the Snoqualmie… Continue reading
Homelessness advocates worry that suburban cities acting on their own undermine regional approach.
Republican Sue Kuehl Pederson is challenging incumbent Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz.
North Bend enters Stage 2 of water conservation North Bend entered the second stage of its water conservation ordinance on Oct. 6. It applies to… Continue reading
Investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities in WA can’t disconnect customers through April.
The recent Lost Wages Assistance program pumped an extra $625 million to Washington’s unemployed.
In their only televised match-up, the two gubernatorial candidates differed on pretty much everything.
King County and cities in the valley are preparing.
Snoqualmie has the highest number of severe repetitive loss properties in King County.