February 2020

Fire Blotter | oven fire causes $1500 in damage; semi over embankment on SR 18; chicken nugget choking incident

Snoqualmie Valley School Board ok’s moving Two Rivers to Mount Si High School campus, approval comes with stipulations

Police seek witnesses to hit-and-run that critically injured man near Snoqualmie

SR 203 closed between Carnation and Duvall this weekend for geotechnical work

Community invited to Snoqualmie Valley 4-H Club’s first Rabbit Show, February 29th

SnoPo Officers honored with Air National Guard and 425 Magazine ‘Best Police Officer’ awards

Snoqualmie city council considers car tab increase to pay for new I-90 on-ramp lane

Mid-Summer likely the earliest Middle Fork Road could reopen after December landslide

I-90/SR 18 interchange project costs increase, state changes weigh station site, SR 18 lane expansion to trim budget

Mount Si High School named runner up for Building of the Year Award; community invited to March 9th open house

No Boat Brewing hosts special Fundraiser for Snoqualmie Valley Firefighters, February 29th

William Grassie Wine Estates officially opens new Snoqualmie tasting room

Fire Blotter | put out the fire pit; nose bleed help; uncontrolled arm bleed

State confirms Fire Training Academy near North Bend no longer a designated coronavirus quarantine site

Searching for Equitable Student Access: Principal proposes moving Two Rivers High School into Mount Si High School

Slow moving landslide damages road, closes one lane of SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall

The Story of Robert and Jaxx: understanding what living homeless in the Snoqualmie Valley can be like

County says 356th Drive in Fall City will remain open, warns still slide risk under roadway

Snoqualmie City Council to hold Public Safety Open House, February 29th

Couldn’t Let Go of their Dream: BasePoint Fitness owners find new space, re-open in downtown North Bend

Flooding Update: Cedar River Watershed Education Center re-opens, Rattlesnake Lake Recreation area remains closed

Encompass Rocks the Valley: Family Concert Series benefits new Snoqualmie facility

Mount Si High School finalist for Building of the Year award; public vote decides winner

Police Blotter | bathroom issues; lost python snake; ‘Offer Up’ meet up leads to car theft

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