September 2016

Miner seriously injured by dynamite near Goldmyer Hot Springs, airlifted to Harborview

Crowded school buses highlight driver Shortage facing District, worse this year

Snoqualmie Starbucks popular for Mobile app orders, location chosen to test new curbside service

Shining partnership example brings NEW, lighted field space to Chief Kanim Middle School

Last minute agreement between City, Tribe keeps vital sewer sevice to Snoqualmie Casino

Oped | So ready for ‘Election 2016’ Reality Show to end, but still embracing the Vote

Largest wildlife crossing in country coming soon to Snoqualmie Pass

Voters to Decide the Future of Fall City Fire District 27

For second day, Emergency Roadwork backs up I-90 traffic near Snoqualmie

Community Forum tackles issue of Homeless Teens in Snoqualmie Valley, and lack of social services

Large Snoqualmie Valley Athletic Complex being Developed near North Bend

What’s that big Blue Box? King County Elections making it easier for Snoqualmie Valley voters

Music invades streets of North Bend, 4th annual Blues Walk happens this Weekend

Police Blotter | Dog attack; wolf doesn’t flinch when officer waves and says hi; not car sex, just changing

Police ask for Public’s Help to identify remains found on Mount Si

Fall City Roadhouse gets new owners, new name, new updates; Community invited to ‘Re-launch Celebration’

Clearing up Confusion: Jeanne Hansen Park NOT off-leash dog park, city leash laws apply

Si View launches new Volleyball Class, gives local girls earlier access to popular sport

Tale of two Growth Rates: district says elementary enrollment jumps, but high school drops dramatically as students flock to Running Start

City to Hold two Town Halls on November public safety ballot measure; Mayor, Chiefs to present

Snoqualmie Ridge business experiences robbery

Timber Ridge Elementary launches Watch D.O.G.S Program with informational Pizza night, September 19th

District gets permit to begin Mount Si High School rebuild; time to excavate, grade, drill

Snoqualmie Ridge IGA considers new Direction as Safeway prepares to enter the neighborhood, usability study launches