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The Snoqualmie Valley School District will be adding its first electric school bus to its fleet. The bus looks like the rest of the fleet,… Continue reading
Staff reports The King County Council approved a seventh round of emergency funding in response to COVID-19, this time totaling more than $631 million. The… Continue reading
The American Legion Renton-Pickering Post 79 will be hosting several activities over the Memorial Day weekend to commemorate veterans. The post will be placing flags… Continue reading
North Bend approves water rate hikes New water rates and general facilities charges were unanimously approved May 18 by the North Bend City Council from… Continue reading
Family of Kaloni Bolton, 12, seeks answers as to why staff couldn’t treat her.
Candidates have until the end of May 21 to register.
Editor’s note: This is a press release from the candidate’s campaign.
Inslee vetoed provisions that would guarantee Tribal consultation and protections for sacred sites.
After passing their own tax for affordable housing last fall instead of opting to direct their funding to King County, the cities of North Bend… Continue reading
The historic depot will get a new roof, and Habitat for Humanity will receive project funding.
ORCA cards accepted on Sound Transit, King County Metro, Washington State Ferries, and more.
Effort needed to slow the spread of COVID-19
Anyone aged 12 and older can now sign up to receive a Pfizer vaccine at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. The announcement and first day to register… Continue reading
The Record obtained a copy of a 2019 inundation map through a public records request.
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson has announced he will not be running for re-election this year. He has endorsed current Snoqualmie City Council member Katherine Ross… Continue reading
Think about it, says King County’s top doctor.
State Legislature approved $6.5 million to help fund the project.
Meanwhile, fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most places, the federal CDC said.
A new law bars people from carrying guns within 250 feet of a permitted demonstration.
Seven children in King County have been infected with E. coli, a bacteria that produces Shiga toxin. King County Public Health is currently investigating the… Continue reading