• Snoqualmie Pass - 1/19/2021 6:36:24 AM
    Snoqualmie Pass I 901/19/2021 6:36:24 AMTemperature: 27 °FElevation Feet:3022Elevation Meters:921EastboundNo restrictionsWestbound No restrictionsConditions:The roadway is bare and dry, wet in placesWeather:Overcast skies Read more »

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RECREATIONISTS: Please be careful out there.Our crew got this shot of an avalanche Tuesday that covered the old railroad snow shed and came across part of the Iron Goat Trail near US 2. These slides happen in this area (and others) every year and are a good reminder of the possible hazards so do your homework and be prepared before going out to enjoy the snow in the back country. Check nwac.us/ before heading out. ... See MoreSee Less

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In an annual tradition we began a few years back, this week's Tribune features a memorial to remember and honor those we lost in the past year. It's always nice to hear how well-received this remembrance is with our readers . We appreciate the feedback we've had, including questions about the "black arm band" bar paying respects to all lives lost to COVID-19. In that light, we would like to clarify that the bar is intended to denote that black arm band wrapped around the pages, and is not meant to be a header bar indicating a category for the names below it. We can now see how some might interpret it that way, and sincerely apologize for any confusion this may have caused, it was certainly not our intention. (The photo and text-only listings are each in alphabetical order.) Many of our own loved ones grace these pages, and we only want to join with our community in commemorating their lives and mourning their loss. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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TAKE NOTE (1/15/2021):Dear Rescue Dog Adopters,

We are desperate to find this dog. Your help is greatly appreciated, please spread the word and put this flyer out to as many spots/emails you can. If you are not located physically in WA please forward to your Seattle area contacts.

Minnie (Her official name is Abbie but she responds to "Minnie") is a 1-year-old Pit bull Mix Female, Black and white from our rescue program and went missing on Saturday January 2nd around 11pm from Alaska Airlines Cargo parking lot located at

2600 S 165th St
SeaTac, WA 98158

Thank you so much,

Allan Levy
AL-ONE Dog Rescue
(713)294-8020

www.adoptapet.com/al-onedogrescue/

www.facebook.com/alonedogrescue
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GOOD TO KNOW:The power may be out, but we're still here for you. It has been a busy morning for your C Shift Local 5180 firefighters as the storm moved through with 7 calls between 5am and 8am. Please use caution around down power lines and always assume they are live #wacff #iaff5180  ... See MoreSee Less

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GOOD ADVICE:With many out of power due to last night's wind storm, please remember these tips for preventing carbon monoxide poisoning. More info here: fireline.seattle.gov/2021/01/13/what-to-do-when-the-power-goes-out/ ... See MoreSee Less

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FyiJoin us for Supper with the Super on Wednesday evening. The link for the virtual event was emailed to families this evening. ... See MoreSee Less

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INTERESTING FACTS:While Tuesday has been mostly rainy on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass, that's a rare break from the snow we've seen. In the past 24 hours we've seen 23 inches of new snow and the current snowpack is 102 inches, an unusually high number for January. As of Jan. 12, the 236 inches that has fallen on Snoqualmie is the highest in a decade (the average for the past 10 years for this time of year is 156 inches, and the 10-year average for the season is 371 inches). Here's a look at one of our avalanche crew members for Snoqualmie, taking snowpack measurements. ... See MoreSee Less

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TRAVEL ADVISORY (1/12/2021):In an earlier post we spoke of heavy snow around the Inland Northwest, but you might be asking "Hey NWS Spokane where is it going to fall & how much? Well here's your answer. If you're in Spokane, there won't be much but for those near the Cascades and the higher mountains, there will be a lot!

Additionally, based on this heavy snow forecast on top of existing snow back The NW Avalanche Center has issued an avalanche warning for most of the northern Cascades.
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Sneak Peek at tomorrow's (Jan. 7, 2021) front page of the NKC Tribune. Download a copy - available now! nkctribune.com/shop/shop/jan-07-2021-issue-digital-single-copy-purchase/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Public Hearing on Jan. 19 Cancelled

Kittitas County, WA – The January 19, 2021 public hearing originally scheduled to consider amendments to KCC Chapter 14.04, Title 20, and Title 18 has been cancelled. The public hearing that had been scheduled for January...

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L&I offers new workers’ rights webinars in 2021

WASHINGTON – The Employment Standards program is offering a series of webinars to help businesses and workers better understand how state law and Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) rules apply...

Corrections’ COVID-19 Bulletin

Current Status On December 18, 2020, an individual incarcerated at Airway Heights Corrections Center passed away at a local healthcare facility due to COVID-19 related illness. On December 17, 2020, Governor Inslee issued...

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Fall Child Care COVID-19 Grant Now Available

Earlier this month the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) announced the Fall Child Care COVID-19 Grant for licensed child care providers. The grant will help child care providers offset increased...

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Tue 19

Nature at Home, Checkerboard Partnership

January 19 @ 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
Thu 21

Pinochle

January 21 @ 12:00 PM
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COAL’s Clothing Center

January 23 @ 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Nature at Home, Winter Wildlife Tracks

January 26 @ 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
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Friends Of Carpenter Memorial Monthly Meeting

January 26 @ 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
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Parks & Recreation Meeting

January 27 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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