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Snoqualmie author finds success with fantasy based hiking guide, ‘Snoqualmie Strange’

After falling in love with the Snoqualmie Valley during his time in the military, author James Szubski became inspired to write book that captured the… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Fire Department brings a big breakfast to Railroad Days weekend

Along with the Railroad Days festivities on the morning of Saturday, Aug. 19, the Snoqualmie Fire Department will be hosting their annual pancake breakfast fundraiser… Continue reading

Public input will be part of process for PSRC’s Transportation 2040 update

In preparation for an update to “Transportation 2040,” the upcoming transportation master plan for King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties, the Puget Sound Regional Council… Continue reading

Snoqualmie citizens say senior housing is needed, but not through annexation

Snoqualmie citizens gave their feedback on a proposed annexation of the Snoqualmie Hills West area and potential 800-unit senior housing development at the July 24… Continue reading

North Bend Block Party and car show bring festivities to North Bend

The sun was out, and so were the crowds at North Bend’s weekend festivities, which included the Downtown Block Party Saturday (this page) and the… Continue reading

Legends Car Club closes out Block Party weekend with its third car show

The Legends Car Club is coming back to North Bend to close out the Block Party weekend with their third annual car show on Sunday,… Continue reading

North Bend hosts successful unicycling convention, championship competitions

More than 200 people from around the country came to North Bend last week for the North American Unicycle Convention and Championships. North Bend was… Continue reading

Local police plan to enforce distracted driving law with education, citations

It’s time for Valley drivers to hang up the phone while on the road. Washington State’s new distracted driving law began on Sunday, July 23,… Continue reading

Snoqualmie woman died Saturday after fall on downtown sidewalk

A 57-year-old Snoqualmie woman found lying on the ground Saturday morning at the corner of SE River Street and Falls Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, was pronounced… Continue reading

Savor Snoqualmie opens survey to collect feedback on local shopping habits

Savor Snoqualmie Valley, a program coordinated by Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, is conducting a short opinion poll on local shopping habits. Jennifer McKeown, program… Continue reading

Valley dance teacher nominated for national choreography award

Local dance teacher and choreographer Katie Black will be heading to Hollywood on Aug. 15 for the Industry Dance Awards and Cancer Benefit Show, where… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital receives trauma center designation, makes progress in affiliation process

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital is now able to provide emergency medical care to trauma patients. Hospital CEO Tom Parker announced the news that the hospital had… Continue reading

North Bend author republishes book of interviews with Russian citizens on collapse of the Soviet Union

Timed with the 25th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s collapse, in December 2016 North Bend author Joseph Fjelstad’s book “In Our Own Words,” was re-published.… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Council rejects extending noise hours on summer weekends

The Snoqualmie City Council on July 10 unanimously struck down an ordinance to increase the hours for allowable noise in the city to 11 p.m.… Continue reading

Out of the Past: Irene Scott circulates petition to save her land from county development; Couple captures would-be car thief, can’t get police to respond

The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record’s archives:

Many sports, just one wheel: North American Unicycling Championships arrive in North Bend Sunday

After 15 years, the North American Unicycling Convention and Championships are returning to the Valley. North Bend has been selected to be the host city… Continue reading

Relay for Life raises more than $79,000 for the American Cancer Society

Cancer survivors, caregivers, supporters and community members came out to Tollgate Farm Park in North Bend Saturday, July 8, to participate in the annual Relay… Continue reading

Developers discuss mill site projects at Chamber of Commerce luncheon

Members of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce got a chance to ask some questions about the proposed Snoqualmie mill site development at the June… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank focuses summer programs on Valley children

The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank has begun its summer programming for children and teenagers in the Valley. The food bank has three programs running this… Continue reading

Dairy farmer George Magnochi chosen 2017 Grand Marshal for the Great Carnation Fourth of July Celebration

Lifelong Carnation resident and dairy farmer George Magnochi has been named Grand Marshal for the Carnation Fourth of July parade, starting at 11 a.m. Tuesday,… Continue reading