Should the Tolt River Dam actually break, the current Carnation City Hall building and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will likely be reduced to a pile of rubble.
Duvall Fire 45 saw the average number of calls go down to about 73 in February, roughly 14 behind the five-year average for the same time period. While the calls related to fires may have decreased, the response to mental health challenges has remained steady.
The sound of Kody Clark’s treaded tires whirling against the dirt path could be heard well before he came into view. The late afternoon sun barely crept between the thick trees at the trail system in Snoqualmie on that Friday afternoon.
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network is launching its first annual conference on building resilience and becoming a trauma-informed community on March 17.
To ensure no one falls through a funding gap in this time of extraordinary need, the Snoqualmie Valley Local Advocacy Team (SVLAT) is working with cities and nonprofits to increase funding for human services.
Keeping active during a global pandemic is difficult enough already. Doing so while working and schooling from home is a totally new challenge for all people over the last year.
More than 110 years after the publication of Anne of Green Gables, Cascade Community Theatre is bringing the classic tale to life with the help of some recently popularized 21st century technology.
After nearly nine months without customers, the Re-In-Carnation Thrift Store will reopen at very limited capacity for two upcoming Saturdays this month.
Sno-Valley Senior Center attendees embodied the Roaring 20s and dressed to the nines in flapper dresses, sequins, boas, bow ties and three-piece suits for the center’s first-ever virtual auction and gala Saturday, Oct. 17.
Despite the major pitfalls and horrors of 2020, the Duvall Chamber of Commerce emerged stronger and more connected to the community than before.
Public health officials are investigating a COVID-19 outbreak linked to the Salish Lodge and Spa overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, according to Public Health - Seattle & King County.
When Carnation Farmers Market was readying for the season-opening on July 7, the uncertainty of pulling off a successful venue was lingering as organizers were in a state of flux.
SNOQUALMIE — Steam engine 924, built in 1889, will make its first public appearance during Snoqualmie Railroad Days on August 15. The historic locomotive is part of the Northwest Railroad Museum collection and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at the event.
From teachers looking for creative lessons to residents who’ve always wanted to check out the century-old building on Cherry Road, the Duvall Historical Society has plans to deliver. After overcoming some technical difficulties, the organization is planning on hosting virtual tours of the Do…
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