Carol Ladwig

Tolt Hill Bridge to stay closed at least two weeks; engineers to examine if bridge can re-open to small vehicles

When the new Tolt Hill Bridge was built in 2008, it was built exactly according to the plans, King County Roads officials say, only the… Continue reading

Valley homeless shelter to become nonprofit Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services

Five years ago, a group of citizens came together and created the Snoqualmie Valley’s first shelter for the homeless. The seasonal and travelling Snoqualmie Valley… Continue reading

Road work starts Monday on North Bend Way; Downtown plaza project scheduled in July

North Bend Way entered the construction zone Monday, June 12, when work began on a new sidewalk for two blocks on the north side of… Continue reading

Saying good-bye to Mount Si: Class of 2017 celebrates graduation from Mount Si High School Friday

The Class of 2017 is a stellar class, Mount Si High School Principal John Belcher announced Friday night, just before the seniors in that class… Continue reading

What do you want to know? Send us your questions for Valley candidates

The surprise has faded a little, now that I’ve had a few weeks to get used to the idea, but my first thought is still… Continue reading

Snoqualmie man sentenced to three years in prison on federal fraud charges

Darryl Lee Wright of Snoqualmie was sentenced Thursday, June 1, in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to three years in prison, three years of supervised… Continue reading

Northwest Railway Museum celebrates 60-, 50- and 10-year anniversaries Sunday

“To another 50 years,” Bill Petitjean announced as he cut the ribbon Sunday at the Northwest Railway Museum. His role in the event, celebrating 60… Continue reading

Column: What’s a Question of the Week, and why do we care?

It’s been a while since we posed our weekly questions, sometimes complex, sometimes utterly straightforward, to audiences in the Snoqualmie Valley, and I’m sad to… Continue reading

Mt. Si Senior Center expands role for growing population: Executive Director talks about living well into the future, Older Americans Month

Today’s Mt. Si Senior Center in North Bend is, like the multiple generations of senior citizens it now serves, easier to define by what it… Continue reading

Train museum celebrates Memorial Day, 60th anniversary, and 50th year of train rides in one big weekend

Fifty years ago in May, the Northwest Railway Museum began offering a new, old experience, train rides in the Snoqualmie Valley. Train transportation changed everything… Continue reading

Open house on Monday will review planned housing development on Dahlgren property

Cedar River Partners, a developer planning a new 212-unit housing project in North Bend, will host an open house on the project, from 6 to… Continue reading

River Street sinkhole repairs in Snoqualmie are nearly complete

A week after a small sinkhole opened up next to the offices of the Snoqualmie Valley Record and MK Properties in downtown Snoqualmie, there’s hardly… Continue reading

Snoqualmie’s Black Dog Cafe wins for Best Live Music venue | Best of the Valley 2017

Like a lot of places in the Valley, The Black Dog Cafe in Snoqualmie features live music. What makes the downtown Snoqualmie restaurant, and this… Continue reading

Carnation Farmers Market opens for another season of food and fun

The Carnation Farmers Market celebrated opening day with all of the usual market festivities, plus a traditional Maypole dance. The market operates from 3 to… Continue reading

Sno Falls Credit Union chosen by readers as best place to save money, and to earn it | Best of the Valley 2017

Service is the secret of Sno Falls Credit Union’s annual appearance in the finalists for Best Financial Institution in the Valley Record’s Best of the… Continue reading

Girls golf team takes fourth in Suncadia, defeats Skyline on Senior Night

A hailstorm and a 233-256 win over rival Skyline made the Mount Si High School girls golf team’s Senior Night, Thursday, April 27 memorable. It… Continue reading

Aging parents town hall meeting is Tuesday, May 2 at Umpqua Bank in North Bend

One of the great, but largely unfulfilled needs in the Snoqualmie Valley is for a broad range of senior care and services, from affordable housing… Continue reading

Mount Si track teams defeat Eastlake Thursday, host Saturday invite

On a finally sunny few days last week, Mount Si High School hosted Eastlake in a track meet that added a win to both the… Continue reading

Carnation hires interim city manager, recruits for permanent candidate

Following the retirement of City Manager Phil Messina March 27, the city of Carnation welcomed interim city manager Bob Jean to the staff on Monday,… Continue reading

Former Snoqualmie Police Chief leaves Valley to serve as police chief in Atherton, Calif.

Former Snoqualmie Police Chief Steve McCulley is leaving the Valley to serve a California community. McCulley, who retired from the Snoqualmie Police Department last June,… Continue reading