Sue McGrew and Bethany Fackrell, two local artists, sculpted the two sides to depict the culture of the Snoqualmie people.
They argued that the dams have had a disastrous impact on the Chinook salmon population, as well as other species that rely on salmon for food.
Live music performances, a variety of food options, organization booths, and bouncy houses accompanied the classic fireworks on July 4.
The seven sports-based summer programs include boys and girls basketball, coed cross country, football, girls soccer, girls volleyball, and wrestling.
The program provides free one-on-one coaching sessions to help people achieve life goals.
Three rising juniors shared their passions for making a positive impact to the community this summer.
The student-run event will work to combat homelessness by providing supplies and services to those in need.
Community members will be able to donate used snow gear that will be sold at the Ski & Sport Swap event, with proceeds going to charity.
Clark is the youngest and first openly LGBTQ mayor in city history, while Lam is the first Asian American.
After 23 years of hard work, Amy Everson became the first woman outside the school’s founding family to earn a fifth-degree black belt.