LETTER | Weather Halts Halloween Production, Doesn’t Damper Amazing Spirts

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Dear Editor, Sometimes in shared adversity, we learn more about the people around us versus the good times. Last Friday night, in a new location for our production, Night on a Dark Trail, we were challenged … [Read more...]

Crews Search for Missing Man in Rattlesnake Ridge Area

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014, the Renton Police Department asked for the public's help in locating a missing 42-year old man, Teang Ie, who suffers from mental health issues. Mr. le was last seen Monday, … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Man Defends Home, Bear Takes out Fence for Apples, Knock out Threatened for Parking Spot

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Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of October 18th - October … [Read more...]

Propositions to Increase Police Service in North Bend, Preserve Si View Parks Funding on November 4th Ballot

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Residents of North Bend and those within the Si View Parks District boundaries (City of North Bend and residents living in Fire District 38) have a couple of important propositions waiting for their vote on the … [Read more...]

PSE Works to Restore Power after Strong Storm, Sends Helicopter to Assess Transmission Line Damage

Trees at Riveview Park in Snoqualmie were hit hard by storm on 10/25/14. Pic: Dorothy Ottinger

UPDATE |  Sunday, 10/26/14 Puget Sound Energy released power restoration estimates for customers. In North King County they said the last customer will be restored by 11:59PM Monday and in South King County by … [Read more...]

LETTER | Student Response to Marysville-Pilchuck Shootings

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In the wake of the shootings and tragic deaths at nearby Marysville Pilchuck High School, kids discussed; some worried; some admitted school shootings were a fear of going to high school. Someone responded … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert | Lanes Closures, Possible Backups Continue in Downtown Snoqualmie until May 2015

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As construction progresses on the Downtown Snoqualmie Infrastructure project, traffic headaches for drivers continue, especially during school commute times when Railroad Ave is heavily traveled. This week, … [Read more...]

The Halloween ‘Do’s-and-Don’ts’ for Dogs and Cats

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In her latest column, North Bend resident and pet trainer at Le Chic Pet, Melissa Grant, offers tips for keeping your pets happy, safe and without stress this Halloween night - and shares some … [Read more...]

LETTER | I-594 and Impact on Gun Owners

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Every gun owner in the State of Washington should be concerned with and vote against the passage of Initiative 594. Every friend of a gun owner should think long and hard about the implications of this … [Read more...]

Tsunami: Snoqualmie Cattle Company Wins Big for Valley-Raised Texas Longhorn

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Did you know the Upper Snoqualmie Valley is home to a cattle company? If you didn't, you do now. And it's not just any run of the mill cattle being raised here - it's the iconic Texas Longhorn. The Snoqualmie … [Read more...]