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Chief Chris Connor started with the department in February 1981.
Fall City, Kent libraries among six selected for partial reopening.
Representatives from both utilities have said they’re talking again.
A top UW doctor talks new strains, masks and when normal could return.
Both the Snoqualmie and Tolt rivers reached minor flooding phases on Monday afternon after heavy rainfall pushed water levels higher. The King County Flood Warning… Continue reading
A Senate bill takes aim at a state law requiring anyone seeking elected office to be a citizen.
The North Bend park has been in the works for years.
Two months after the COVID vaccine landed in Washington, many still struggle to secure their shots.
Scientists say viruses reproduce and mutate at higher rates, creating viral variants.
The federal funds will go to fight COVID, aid renters and reopen shuttered schools and businesses.
The Snoqualmie City Council approved an ordinance on Feb. 8 to partner with the state to receive reimbursement for expenses from providing emergency medical transportation… Continue reading
Mount Si High band students honored Thirteen Mount Si High School band students were recently honored for their dedication by being named to 2021 All… Continue reading
Study shows infection rates to be two to four times higher than expected among minority groups.
From Seattle Public Utilities Join Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) on Wednesday, February 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. to learn more about the replacement project… Continue reading
Heavy snowfall in the Snoqualmie Valley and Puget Sound over the weekend created the ideal conditions for both winter fun and a traffic mess over… Continue reading
Todd Peterman-Dishion of Everett, let go by Boeing and addicted, turned to dark internet commerce.
A new statewide report outlines how COVID-19 outbreaks have moved through Washington schools. The report, released on Feb. 11, lists outbreaks in King County and… Continue reading
What you need to know about snow in the Snoqualmie Valley
Downtown Snoqualmie facility would have space for up to 15 guests.
Lawmakers in Olympia are considering an overhaul of Washington state’s public health system to increase access to basic services. A number of changes are expected… Continue reading