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Northwest Railway Museum acquires 99-year-old locomotive for 2018 exhibit

Thanks to a donation from the city of Bellingham, The Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie is now the owner of a 99-year-old steam locomotive and… Continue reading

Sister Cities Association board members resign, leaving three vacancies on all-volunteer nonprofit board

The Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association has undergone some recent changes, with three board members resigning from their positions. Members of the board will meet Tuesday,… Continue reading

Mount Si takes second loss of the season against Woodinville

Despite scoring early in the first quarter, the Mount Si Wildcats football team took their second loss of the season Sept. 22 when they played… Continue reading

Echo Glen Children’s Center celebrates 50 years of youth rehab

It’s been 50 years since Echo Glen Children’s Center began operating in the Snoqualmie Valley under the State Department of Social and Health Services as… Continue reading

JazzClubsNW prepares for fresh start with new partner

After losing its partner for food and wine service at the old North Bend Fire Station, the non-profit JazzClubsNW, previously the Boxley Music Fund, has… Continue reading

Snoqualmie company, football coach, team up to empower millions of disabled voters

In order to help the millions of U.S. voters who face challenges due to blindness, illiteracy or other disability, Charlie Kinnune, Mount Si High School’s head football coach, has joined Democracy Live as the outreach director.

Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club shuts down after 70 years

On the year of its 70th anniversary, the Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club is closing its doors and looking for another non-profit organization to donate its… Continue reading

‘Battle of Snoqualmie’ Civil War reenactment brings history to life

People from all around the state gathered in Snoqualmie to participate in the Washington Civil War Association’s third annual Battle of Snoqualmie re-enactment at Meadowbrook… Continue reading

Hospital board unhappy with affiliation proposal, sets meeting to hear more from Regional Health

Despite a negative reaction to the only affiliation proposal the hospital has received, the Public Hospital District No. 4 Board of Commissioners voted Sept. 14… Continue reading

Snoqualmie City Council increases human services funding for 2018

In a unanimous vote, the Snoqualmie City Council increased the total amount of annual human services funding from 1 percent of the city’s general fund… Continue reading

Snoqualmie swears in two new police officers

Two new officers, Evan Jones and James Kaae, have joined the ranks of the Snoqualmie Police Department and were sworn-in with their oaths of office… Continue reading

Out of the Past: Firefighters save 2-year-old boy from choking; Weyerhaeuser marks 50th anniversary with dedication of sawmill bandwheels

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

Boys tennis team is young, but experienced | Fall Sports Update

Mount Si High School boys tennis coach James Gibowski sees this year as a turn-around for the team

Mount Si swim and dive team girls are ready to compete | Fall Sports Update

Mount Si swim team breaks five school records in first meet of the year; Assistant coach Carly Petrzelka looks forward to a strong season.

Snoqualmie Brewery innovates with augmented reality beer label

As part of its 20th anniversary, the Snoqualmie Brewery and Taproom is introducing a brand new pale ale, with a high-tech label. The Sno Falls… Continue reading

DirtFish hosts community car show, celebrates drivers headed to Global RallyCross event in Monroe, Sept. 9 and 10

More than 800 people came by DirtFish Rally School on Saturday, Sept. 2, to celebrate the two DirtFish divers competing in the Red Bull Global… Continue reading

A modern look at North Bend’s history: Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society officers give guided history walk of the city

As the rain stopped and the clouds parted on the morning of Thursday, Aug. 31, more than 35 people gathered outside the North Bend Visitors… Continue reading

Snoqualmie City Council to record and live stream meetings starting this fall

Snoqualmie citizens will soon be able to follow along with all the decisions made by the city council from the comfort of their own homes.… Continue reading

Snoqualmie student works as a national youth ambassador for thoroughbred rehab

To help promote proper treatment and continued appreciation for the thoroughbred horse breed, 12-year-old Snoqualmie native Audrey Newbrey-Smith has been named one of 12 thoroughbred… Continue reading

City makes plans to fill vacant council seat

At the Aug. 28 Snoqualmie City Council meeting, council members approved a timeline to accept applications and conduct interviews to appoint a new city council… Continue reading