November 2018

Peek inside new Snoqualmie Hampton Inn: owner hopes to open in 2018, new coffee company planned next door

Mount Si Musicians nab All-State Honors, selected to Honor Bands

District, Secretaries Union contract negotiations reach stalemate, mediator requested

For first time in nearly two decades, Snoqualmie City Councils say no to 1% tax increase; North Bend also says no

Fall City hosts Holiday Fun this weekend: holiday market, tree lighting, community dance

‘Find another way home’ urges Snoqualmie Police after six DUI arrests over weekend, one with serious rollover accident and foot chase

Conservation Partnership protects 80-acres of land in Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area

Local mom says ‘Thank You’ to police officers, firefighters for help during two years of homelessness in the Snoqualmie Valley

Snoqualmie Casino celebrates 10 year anniversary with renovations, new achievement

Shop Local: So many Snoqualmie Valley holiday shopping options, no freeway required

North Bend considers banning plastic shopping bags; public hearing on new ordinance November 20th

Fire Blotter | Possible squatters discovered; furnace problem send carbon monoxide into home; vandals start fire in park bathroom;

Si View Parks $14.7 million bond measure passes; more open space, trails, park improvements coming in next 4-6 years

North Bend rings in the Holidays ALL weekend long at Holly Days Festival

‘I think we should move to Snoqualmie’ she said 17 years ago

Church on the Ridge building new, large facility in Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park

Mt. Si Senior Center to buy Cascade Park Apartments to preserve affordable senior housing

Snoqualmie ‘Winter Lights’ rings in the holiday season with community tree lighting, new outdoor market

Following Friday Night Lights drama and epic comeback, Mount Si Football prepares for State Quarterfinals

Snoqualmie Valley Spiders: not so Itsy-bitsy

Local businesses ‘pay it forward’ all November with coffee on the house at Trail Youth

Snoqualmie Valley firefighters, engines deployed to fight Woolsey Fire in Southern California

Mt. Si Senior Center honors veterans with special Veterans Day luncheon

City says no to fast-growing Snoqualmie vitamin business moving to vacant IGA building

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