January 2018

Be Prepared | Snoqualmie Fire Department Offers First Aid , CPR Training

Ethics Officer determines complaint against city’s Public Works Director legally sufficient, proceeds to hearing

Letter | Levies mean new curriculum, instructional coaches, nurses, counselors

Northwest Railway Museum secures landmark status for sole surviving electric railway car

North Bend Traffic Improvement: five new roundabouts possible in next five years

Police release photos of North Bend Bank of America robbery suspect

Police Blotter | stealing Salish Lodge power; too into the pool game; lovebirds talking and only talking

Major water leak means no water for some Snoqualmie Pass residents, Summit at Snoqualmie closure, drinking water warning

Serious injury collision closes eastbound I-90 in North Bend during evening commute

Letter | Apology to Community for Fireworks Disruption

In Memoriam: Kathy Ryan, Snoqualmie Valley’s Favorite Lunch Lady

Snoqualmie Valley hotbed for Sasquatch sightings, but was Bigfoot really by the Falls?

New Territory: District prepares for February levy during unique time of increased state funding

Calling all Young Artists: ‘Be The Change’ Poster Design Challenge is ON

CDC reports widespread flu across country; rougher strain prevalent this year

Police Blotter | Asleep with Christmas music playing; porn in the parking lot; possible house purchase insomnia

City Council declares emergency after landslide threatens critical water source, approves contracts to start repair work

City maintenance work may cause water discoloration, odor this week

Double Happy Ending: Story of Lost Snoqualmie Dog becomes Children’s Book

Nomination Time for Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation Educator of the Year

SVSD Hiring: population growth, reduced class size, increased graduation requirements means teacher recruitment critical for district

Have a say, learn more about NEW Tennant Trailhead Park master plan at upcoming meeting

It’s Back! 14th Annual Snoqualmie Valley Preschool Fair happens January 20th

Dogs showing up in more places: breaking down where allowed, pet friendly local businesses

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