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A Federal Way police officer sustained a serious leg injury from a motorcycle collision this afternoon.
I have worked with Fritz Ribary on community projects for over 40 years and deeply appreciate his lifelong commitment to making the Snoqualmie Valley a better place to live.
Snoqualmie knowingly hired a police officer with a history of using excessive force, according to two articles in the Seattle Times (July 16 and 18). They state that the officer was fired from the Tukwila Police Department after two of his arrests cost that city $275,000, and also report that four police departments subsequently turned down his application for employment. His involvement in the anti-drug group Straight Edge, “considered a gang by some law enforcement agencies” according to the articles, was a factor. If all of this is true, the why would the city hire him?
Local churches will renew their annual program of distributing school supplies, backpacks, and shoes to students in need, grades K-12, in the Snoqualmie Valley school district.
Public Hospital District 4, better known as the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District, has been through some big developments in recent years, including a short-lived exploration of a possible sale to Overlake Hospital and the construction and this spring’s opening of a state-of-the-art new hospital facility, pictured at right.