Evan Pappas

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

Out of the Past: 41 accidents later, plans to improve Maskrod’s Corner in Snoqualmie are under way; Aldarra Farms’ David Abbott named to King County Fair Board

The following stories made the news in the Valley 50 and 25 years ago, as found in the Snoqualmie Valley Record archives. Thursday, July 2,… Continue reading

Last in family-owned Ole Cedar Mill, Cindy Everson moves on to new career | Women in Business 2017

North Bend’s Ole Cedar Mill Mini Storage is ending its run as a family business after more than 60 years. Cindy Everson, former owner of… Continue reading

Developers begin process to annex 250-acres to build an age restricted, 800-home development in Snoqualmie

A developer group Snoqualmie Heights Partners plans to petition the city to annex the 260-acre Snoqualmie Hills West area within the city’s Urban Growth Area… Continue reading

Valley job fair is ‘sold-out’ success: June 22 Snoqualmie Valley Community Job Fair drew more than 100 job seekers to local businesses

More than 25 Valley businesses gathered in the Umpqua Bank parking lot in North Bend Thursday, June 22, for the first Community Job Fair. Rob… Continue reading

Cool off at hospital, YMCA, or North Bend or Snoqualmie Libraries during weekend heat wave

Various air conditioned locations will be open to the public this weekend due to a heat advisory issued by the National Weather Service in Seattle.… Continue reading

Karate teacher gets life-saving donation from North Bend woman

Connections formed around community organizations can change lives. Mount Si School of Karate teacher Michael Morris knows this well, as he was the recent recipient… Continue reading

Snoqualmie man killed in accident late Tuesday night on Interstate 90, between Preston and Snoqualmie

A driver who struck and killed a Snoqualmie man, then drove into a ditch along Interstate 90 between Preston and S.R. 18 Tuesday night has… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Library kicks off summer reading with ‘Little Red Fish Legacy’ Saturday

The Snoqualmie Library and the Snoqualmie Tribe teamed up to kick off the library’s summer reading program with “The Little Red Fish Legacy” event last… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board calls for affiliation proposals; hopes to be in partnership talks by end of year

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital has passed another milestone on the path to affiliation, with the board’s OK of a Request for Proposals (RFP) June 8. Public… Continue reading

Cedarcrest High School says goodbye to the 231-student Class of 2017

Cedarcrest High School celebrated the graduation of 231 students at the Overlake Christian Church on Friday, June 16. Cedarcrest Principal Ray LaBate kicked off the… Continue reading

I-90/S.R. 18 interchange fixes moved up on state schedule; construction to start in 2019

Good news for Valley drivers, the problematic interchange between I-90 and State Route 18 has had its project timeline moved up seven years. Thanks to… Continue reading

Two Rivers students celebrate graduation with family and friends

Staff, parents, and friends gathered at Chief Kanim Middle School on Wednesday, June 7, to celebrate the graduation of 13 students from Two Rivers School.… Continue reading