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Snoqualmie mill site developers accepting community feedback at open house on May 23

Snoqualmie residents will get the chance to shape the environmental review of the proposed mill site development at an open house and scoping meeting at… Continue reading

Mount Si student filmmaker earns festival praise for her first film

Mount Si High School senior Isabella Richter de Medeiros is now the winner of multiple film festival awards with her short film “Cheers and Queers.”… Continue reading

Teneriffe trailhead parking project, scheduled to be complete July 1, will ease parking burden on Mount Si Road

More parking and new trail connections around Mount Si and Mount Teneriffe will be ready for summer hikers when the Mount Teneriffe trailhead and various… Continue reading

Snoqualmie’s ‘Twin Peaks’ event brings out hundreds of fans

More than 400 people came to Snoqualmie on Saturday, May 13, for the city’s official “Twin Peaks” community event celebrating the return of the television… Continue reading

Businesses must educate for state’s future jobs: Washington Roundtable’s Neil Strege talks post-high school education at Chamber luncheon

As the future funding of K-12 education continues to be one of the biggest topics in the state Legislature this year, ways to progress the… Continue reading

Readers vote Wall to Wall Home Cleaning as best cleaners | Best of the Valley 2017

Winning for the first time, Wall to Wall Home Cleaning has been voted the winner of the Home Cleaning Service category in the Valley Record’s… Continue reading

Heather Ryan chosen as Best Licensed Massage Therapist | Best of the Valley 2017

This year’s voters in the Best of the Valley contest have voted Heather Ryan, owner of Healing Garden Day Spa in North Bend, as the… Continue reading

‘Twin Peaks’ revival can’t come soon enough for Valley cities

As the debut of the new “Twin Peaks” TV series approaches, fan anticipation is reaching a fever pitch, 27 years after the show that turned… Continue reading

Residents opposed to Snoqualmie hotel project claim city violated code

A group of Snoqualmie citizens are opposing a hotel development project on the corner of SE Center Street and the Snoqualmie Parkway. They protested the… Continue reading

Valley Center Stage finishes season with ‘Five Women Wearing the Same Dress’

The Valley Center Stage is closing out the 2016-2017 season with a production of “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” an adult comedy about five… Continue reading

Mount Si High School’s Transition Learning Center prepares older students for adult life

Since 1998, the Snoqualmie Valley School District has run a program for students with special needs, to develop job skills that can be taken into… Continue reading

‘Twin Peaks’ series revival features local talent, on camera and off the set

In 1990, the Snoqualmie Valley gained mainstream attention after being featured as the central location of the hit TV series “Twin Peaks,” but the Valley’s… Continue reading

King County investigates Friday night robbery at Cascade Golf Course

King County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the robbery of the Cascade Golf Course general store in North Bend over the weekend. The general store was… Continue reading

City signs up for all-wind power

Wind power is on the horizon for the city of Snoqualmie as soon as 2019. On Monday, April 10, the Snoqualmie City Council approved a… Continue reading

Snoqualmie woman walks to fight brain cancer

To support survivors of brain cancer and celebrate her own victory over the disease, Snoqualmie resident Kelsey Saty has raised more than $1,800 for the… Continue reading

Lake Alice community prepares for wildfire action drill at Fall City Fire Station

For residents of the Lake Alice community, a 200-home neighborhood that sits next to the Snoqualmie Ridge in unincorporated King County, preventing wildfires is a… Continue reading

North Bend artist creates mural for Opstad Elementary

With the help and generosity from the community around her, North Bend artist Kristin Lockwood is working on a year-long project to create a 25-foot… Continue reading

Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association celebrates 20th anniversary of farmland purchase April 22

The Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association will mark the 20th anniversary of the purchase of Meadowbrook Farm site from the Snoqualmie Valley Land Company, with a… Continue reading

Prepared for the worst: FBI, and Snoqualmie Police complete mock child abduction training on Snoqualmie Ridge

More than 40 police officers hit the streets of Snoqualmie on Thursday, April 6, as part a training exercise that had them searching for a… Continue reading

Savor Snoqualmie’s Jennifer McKeown discusses new projects to promote the Valley

Those attending the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce’s March luncheon got a full introduction to one of the newest programs working to promote the Valley,… Continue reading