February 2016

Is your Child Ready to Lose the Babysitter? New Home Alone Safety Class Offers Peace of Mind

Community Meetings Explore Improving, Expanding Bus Routes in North Bend

Rescue Crews Bring Injured Man off Mount Si after fall from Haystack, Possible Broken Back

2016 Educators of the Year Announced, Recipients Surprised at School

Parents Worried over Drugs, Alcohol at Freshman Campus; Prescription Drug Use New, Real Concern

Police Blotter | Just trying to get out of the Rain; Shut them off, Leave them off; Horses on the Run; Aggressive Solicitor

School Resource ‘Officer Kim’ Back on Regular Duty, Returns to District Next Year

Original Snoqualmie Fire Department Member becomes Lieutenant; Cedarcrest Grad newest Firefighter

Spring Cleaning? FREE Electronics Recycling Event this Weekend can Help

Crews Respond to Mailbox Peak to Rescue runner with Badly Broken Leg

Hospital Board May Have to Increase Buyout for ousted CEO, Appears Termination ‘Without Cause’

Paying it Forward: Rescued Hikers Host Party, Fundraiser to Thank King County Search and Rescue

Snoqualmie Police Department Seeks “Chief for a Day” Nominations, Honor Kids with Life threatening, Chronic illness

Waiting Game Continues for Name of new Grocery Store coming to Snoqualmie Ridge

‘Raise a Glass’ Auction Helps Launch PTSA for new Timber Ridge Elementary School

Facing Rare, Aggressive Cancer, Friends Work to Help Local Family after Life-changing Diagnosis

Act of ‘Integrity and Honesty’ Brings High Praise to Snoqualmie Valley Business

Off-duty Fire Lieutenant Saves Life at Snoqualmie Pass

Mount Si Jazz Band Heading to Elite National Competition for Third Straight Year

Break-in at the Dairy Freeze case Solved via Investigation utilizing Social Media

Business Comings | Unique New Business Fuses Pilates with Physical Therapy

To Sell or not to Sell: City Council Set to Vote on Permanently Banning of Pot Sales, Production

Winter Homeless Shelter Moving to Fall City, Holds two Upcoming Meetings

Occupied Home Burglary in Snoqualmie leads to Arrests in Kent

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