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UPDATE: Interstate 90 reopened just after 5 p.m. Read more 1 The city of Snoqualmie is one step closer to adding a skateboard park to the existing 33-acre community park next to the YMCA. Read more 2 Are you looking to clear out your closet of clothes you no longer wear?

Read more 3 The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District Board of Commissioners has voted to terminate the contract of Superintendent Rodger McCollum. Read more 4 While nationwide concerns continue to rise after the severe contamination of Flint, Mich., drinking water, Snoqualmie and North Bend officials say that both cities meet the state and federal guidelines for safe drinking water. Read more 5 Here we go again.

The 23 Republicans (18 men and 5 women) have signed on to a Draconian anti-abortion HB 2294 to restrict funding in Washington State for abortion care. This is a cruel bill and the Republicans, to include Snoqualmie s Jay Rodne, have once again attacked women and their repro Read more 6 Wrestling is the toughest sport in high school and nobody acknowledges it. Read more 7 The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank continues to flourish with the outstanding support from our community.

We lead the effort to feed, educate and advocate to end hunger in the Snoqualmie Valley. Read more 8 Mount Si High School junior Jasper Chee s culinary skills earned him first place in the SkillsUSA Regional Culinary Competition at the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center in Everett on Jan.

23. Read more 9 In regards to the proposed amendements to North Bend Municipal Code 18.06.030 and 18.10.025 pertaining to commercial truck center/service areas, North Bend s city leaders are being short-sighted.

Given the increase in development, the proposed amendments regarding commercial truck centers an Read more 10 Ghouls, ghosts and long-legged beasts will haunt the music of Master Chorus Eastside when it delves into the mysterious, otherworldly and sometimes wacky Sound Imaginarium: Things That Go Bump in the Night. Read more 11 Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, students in grades 9-12 will be required by state law to receive two doses of chickenpox (varicella) vaccine. Students who have already received two doses will not need to repeat it.

Read more 12 The Snoqualmie City Council will host its annual retreat Feb.


Read more 13 Eastside Firefighters is teaming up with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in the annual Climb for a Cure campaign.

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