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As they wait to find out how much the damage from last month's sewer pipe eruption will cost, North Bend city officials are working to prevent a similar disaster from happening again.
The city of Snoqualmie will welcome Director Mun, Young Hoon of South Korea for his second visit to the Valley.
The Washington State Department of Health's disciplinary action against North Bend chiropractor Greg Pfiffner is still on square one.
It used to store valuables and cash, but the sturdy steel vault at the former Bank of America building in Snoqualmie is now a repository for wine and spirits.
Stopped for refueling at Truck Town in North Bend, trucker Paul Sporcic watched as the dial hit $598.
Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce office manager Minna Rudd, left, and executive director Karen Granger, right, are helped by Wendy Thomas of Carmichael's True Value Hardware during their move to Snoqualmie on Friday, April 11. The Chamber vacated the North Bend depot for a new spot downtown at Suite 2A, 8051 Falls Avenue, Snoqualmie.
A car crash near the westbound ramp at Interstate 90's exit 27 sent three people to the hospital, including a four month old baby, The accident happened about 5 p.m. Monday, April 14. The accident claimed the life of a four-month-old baby. Cause of the accident is still under investigation. Three patients, including the baby, were airlifted to Harborview.
The North Bend City Council will consider including the Wood River residential neighborhood in its Utility Local Improvement District (ULID) No. 6 project, which is scheduled to extend sewer service to the Tanner and Truck Town areas by 2010.
"What an honor for us to be able to influence planning in South Korea," said Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson as he welcomed that country's director of public administration and home affairs, who will study Snoqualmie's development practices over the next 18 months.
As drivers head down North Bend Way, they're likely to notice the "Welcome to North Bend" sign looking better than usual.
A downtown district beautification effort led by the North Bend Economic Development Commission (EDC) will be 7 a.m. to noon Sunday, May 18.
A new restaurant, slated to open this month in North Bend, will serve up locally- produced foods with an eye toward supporting organic growers.
Snoqualmie's Northwest Railway Museum put up a $200 reward for a brass scale model of a steam locomotive that disappeared from the new diorama at the downtown depot.
A Carnation man will serve just under two years of jail time for a car crash that killed a Klickitat County Deputy Sheriff in 2007.
A bigger, brighter, roomier Fall City Library will open to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 3, with a ribbon cutting, live music, children's events and an open house.
The Mount Si Fish and Game Club's annual children's trout derby is daylight to 10 a.m. Saturday, May 3 at the ponds behind the Snoqualmie Police Department, located at 34825 Douglas Ave. S.E. in Snoqualmie.
As some parents prepare to protest outside Mount Si High School on the Day of Silence, school administrators are assuring the community that the event, scheduled for Friday, April 25, will not endanger the school's learning environment.
The car accident that happened last Monday, April 14, at North Bend Way and Winery Road near Interstate 90 has claimed the life of a four-month-old baby.
A judge last week adjourned a hearing in the appeal of the certificate of need issued to Swedish Medical Center for a new 175-bed hospital in the Issaquah Highlands.
Training for a real rescue, Eastside Fire and Rescue firefighter Ryan Hendricks casts a "throw bag" to fellow EFR firefighter Tom Craig, as he floats down the Snoqualmie River near North Bend. A group of firefighters from EFR and a Woodinville department trained into the night on Friday, April 18, learning strategies for swiftwater rescues in the cold, rushing water.