March 2017

Acclaimed Mount Si Music program sends Jazz Band to NYC Essentially Ellington competition AGAIN, Fundraiser helps pave the way

Realizing a Vision: Partnership expands Torguson Bike Park, becomes ‘gateway’ to city park

Police Blotter | Teen alcohol poisoning; asleep on the sidewalk; needle on the tracks; ‘Turn down the Techno’

The Valley’s Famous Elk Herd and its caretaker: Upper Snoqualmie Valley Elk Management Group

Want to be on City Council? Snoqualmie to fill open seat by appointment; two open positions on November ballot

Newly released state data shows Snoqualmie Valley School District lags behind

City prevents new housing development, instead brings NEW hiking, mountain bike park to North Bend, thanks to ‘well-planned’ partnership

District takes important step to bring foreign language to middle schools, move hinges on key element

Snoqualmie’s Sister City in Peru Hit by Disaster; Donations Requested

Four-year, 42% utility rate increase goes into effect; funds improvements, operations

New Bakery ready for business in Snoqualmie, opening date announced

What’s a ‘March of the Vegetables?’ Savor Snoqualmie Valley was hoping you’d ask

Letter | Snoqualmie Valley Soccer Needs You! Ready for new season, volunteer positions open

Local student, boy scout conducts Eagle Project to help homeless youth through YouthCare

Police arrest front porch package thief with help of alert resident

New Snoqualmie retail development signs two more tenants; Ridge IGA staying put

Bev Jorgensen named North Bend Citizen of the Year, dedicated community volunteer honored

Startup Success: North Bend small business celebrates second anniversary, growth fueled by community support

Vehicle hits North Bend Post Office, location remained open Tuesday afternoon

Proposed hotel development clears hurdle; mayor has challenger; another council member will seek re-election

Want to see a Dick’s Drive In on the Eastside? Then Vote by March 24th

Tollgate Farmhouse: from dilapidated to the color of the sun; community invited to Grand Opening Celebration

Bids to build new Mount Si High School come in high, board approves nearly $6 million of additional funding

Bob Jeans announces will seek 4th city council term

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