July 2020

Seattle Public Utilities issues apology to Carnation residents, will attend community meeting about false Tolt Dam failure system alarm

Snoqualmie Valley School District changes Fall Reopening Plan to All Remote Learning

Shoplifting incident starts police pursuit on Snoqualmie Ridge, July 29th

Living Snoqualmie Turns 10: Thank You Snoqualmie Valley

Governor Inslee indefinitely freezes counties advancing phases in state reopening plan

False Alarm: Tolt River Dam failure siren accidentally activated Tuesday afternoon in Carnation

Echoes of Snoqualmie Valley’s Segregated Past: Silver Creek neighborhood and EJ Roberts Park

Death investigation launched after deceased male found in Snoqualmie River near Fall City

Coronavirus Updates: Governor issues new restaurant restrictions, many King County school districts switch to all remote learning in fall

Safety upgrades coming to dangerous SE 104th/SR 18 intersection near Snoqualmie as part of interchange improvement project

Dangerously overheated dog rescued on Mt. Si Trail; warm-weather tips for your canine companion

Snoqualmie Falls lower park, trail, river access closed this week (story updated)

Mount Si High School Football, Girls Soccer and Volleyball seasons postponed until spring

North Bend Downtown Foundation hands out 2nd ‘Ripple Effect’ award to beloved Arby’s Employee

Recent Drownings, Hot Weather Bring Renewed Attention to Snoqualmie River Safety

RV catches fire on I-90 near North Bend, also ignites brush fire

Public Hearing: Tollgate Farmstead Improvement Project Developer Agreement proposed, would reduce project costs

Snoqualmie Valley School Board President: Reopening Schools? We Hear You

Month-long FULL Closure of SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall starts July 26th, followed by second road closure in same area

Washington coronavirus cases rising: Governor reduces phase 3 social gatherings to 10, says ‘steps backward’ could be needed

Inside Look at new Snoqualmie Sno-King Ice Arena, anticipated opening September 2020

Teen dies after bridge jumping into Snoqualmie River

Snoqualmie MOD Pizza temporarily closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19

DOH: new report shows coronavirus transmission continues to accelerate in Puget Sound region

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