May 2019

North Bend considers resolution opposing state’s preferred site for new weigh station near Truck Town, holds public hearing June 4th

Fire Blotter | baby locked in car at golf club; spinout accident on I-90 off-ramp; panic attack after car accident

Special Memorial Day Ceremony shared gratitude one handshake at a time

Developer considers buying part of North Bend Mountain Valley Shopping Center, opening marijuana store

Popular Outdoor Green Market returns to downtown Snoqualmie starting June 7th

Police: Driver who fled, caused serious wrong way accident on I-90 will face kidnapping charge

History Made: Mount Si Boys Soccer finishes 2nd in State

Encompass secures $2 million from state for new Snoqualmie facility

Police Blotter | passed out behind the wheel; fake 20 passed at Safeway; whole street mad about construction noise

Living with Coyotes: Myths & Realities of North America’s Song Dogs

Candidates have Filed: Here’s who running for council, mayor, school board and more

Mount Si soccer, golf, track & field represent at State this week

Snoqualmie considers updated helmet law, and new penalties for kids AND parents

Snoqualmie Community Meeting on YMCA/Community Center expansion happens June 9th

Helping the Homeless: snow storms, amazing community support make Snoqualmie Valley Shelter season one to remember

Mount Si boys soccer secures spot in 4A State quarterfinals with incredible go-ahead goal

Public-Private development could bring new, large National Guard Readiness Center, hotels and restaurants to North Bend

After 4-month work stoppage, Spring Plaza construction expected to re-start soon

Sallal Grange to build tiny houses for the homeless; informational meeting happens May 20th

Two North Bend city councilmembers will not seek re-election

Loud explosions possible in North Bend area during IED Recognition Training at Fire Training Academy

Future at Risk: membership vote could lead to city ‘invasion’ of Sallal Water Association

Local Artists, Businesses collaborate to Support Encompass “Take a Seat for Kids Project”

Mayhew announces will run to retain Snoqualmie City Council seat