March 2014

Snoqualmie Asking Residents to Request Governor Inslee Veto Bill, Make Tribes Pay Property Taxes

Snoqualmie Valley Beauty, a Living Canvass

‘Wildcats Got Talent’ Crowns 2014 Winners; SnoValley Idol Junior Finals Tonight

Snoqualmie Emergency Communications, Support Team Now Assisting Oso Mudslide Rescue Operations

Snoqualmie Valley Residents Offered Priority Tickets for Popular Thomas the Train Event

Business News: New Restaurant and Pharmacy Coming to Snoqualmie; Brunello Now Delivering

Granite Mountain Avalanche Claims Life; Injuries at Mt. Si and Tiger Mountain

Pot Talk: Marijuana and Valley Teens, Learn from the Experts, Monday, March 24th

Master Gardeners Talk Gardening with Kids and Beautiful Peonies

Drama Ends For Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board, New Commissioner Finally Appointed

Alarm Sets off Sprinklers, Temporarily Closing North Bend Safeway Friday Morning

Hear Beautiful Music, Support Valley Food Banks Sunday, March 23rd

Fire in Mount Si Kiln Room Forces School-wide Evacuation

Police Confident North Bend Sexual Assault Not Random Attack, Arrested Suspect Cleared, Released from Jail

Help Mount Si Jazz Band Get to New York Essentially Ellington Competition! Dinner and Jazz Fundraiser April 2nd

Nearly Year of Negotiations, Still No Deal for SVSD Secretaries; District Gives Contract Update, which Union Says not Fully Accurate

Suspect Arrested in North Bend Stabbing, Sexual Assault Released

Police Confirm Progress Happening in North Bend Sexual Assault Case, Fundraising Continues for Victim

New Pharmacy Coming to Snoqualmie, Ridge IGA Finds Occupant for Vacant Space

Snoqualmie Listed as ‘Great Place to Live’ by 425 Magazine

First Snoqualmie Skate Park Close to Reality

Police Increase Patrols, Extensive Interviews to Aid Progress in North Bend Stabbing, Sexual Assault

Weekend Funeral Planned for Newborn Baby Girl Found Deceased near North Bend

Op-ed: District, Board so Focused on Passing School Bond, Willing to Ignore Needs of Half of Students