Mount Si High School students gathered on Friday, Oct. 21 to celebrate Homecoming with a parade and to support the football team in their match against Inglemoor.
More than 150 students came to the Mount Si High School Freshman Campus on Wednesday, Aug. 24 to have their hearts screened for abnormalities that could lead to sudden cardiac arrest.
Encompass in North Bend will commemorate 50 years of providing pediatric therapy and early learning to the Snoqualmie Valley and greater Eastside with a gala dinner and auction, 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Bellevue Hyatt Regency.
In two years, Washington high school students will be required to earn 24 credits before they can graduate. That's two more credits than the classes of 2017 and 2018, today's seniors and juniors, will need. Twenty-four is also the exact number of credits that students at Mount Si School can earn right now, assuming they don't fail any classes.
Mount Si High School recognized more than 100 sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who were inducted into the National Honor Society Oct. 3.
The Encompass NW organization serving the Snoqualmie Valley is probably the most youthful 50-year-old you've ever seen. Its three locations (in North Bend and Carnation) are filled with children almost year round and with the energy needed to serve this growing population.
Three new educational signs have been installed at some of Fall City's important historic locations, with four more in the works, thanks to the efforts from the Fall City Historical Society.
Twelve Mount Si High School seniors from the Class of 2017 have been named National Merit Scholars in recognition of their outstanding academic performance. They each earned top scores in the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®), taken last fall.
The city of North Bend celebrated its 2016 Arbor Day with a community planting Oct. 8 at Tollgate Farm Park, with the help of Cub Scout Pack 466, Girl Scout Troop 40944, Girl Scout Troop 44455, and other community volunteers.
Snoqualmie will celebrate Halloween with a Treat Harvest, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 in historic downtown.
In 1985, liturgical artists, Robert and Jill Hill, created and designed the stained glass window for the former Snoqualmie Valley Hospital on Ethan Wade Way. The 12-pane window was designed for a chapel in the hospital that was financed by generous donations from the community.
The Riverview School District Food Services Department, in partnership with the Washington School Nutrition Association and the Washington State Department of Agriculture Farm-to-School Program, celebrated Washington agriculture Oct. 5 with Taste Washington Day.
On Oct. 5, representatives of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Washington honored the North Bend Unity Lodge with a visit to present 50-year awards to two North Bend Masons. Grand Master Jim Mendoza joined Grand Secretary Sam Roberts and District 7 Deputy Gene Ulrich to honor Randall Rauschmeier and Ronald Woods for their 50 years of service to Masonry and their communities.
John Bomar has been named the principal of the Riverview Learning Center. He brings 17 years of experience in education and school administration to Riverview, having previously worked as assistant principal for Daffodil Valley and Maple Lawn Elementary Schools in the Sumner School District and as a counselor, dean of students, teacher, and coach for Rainier and Olympic Middle Schools in the Auburn School District.
Forty miles from downtown Seattle lies a wilderness retreat carved by a Wild and Scenic River — the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. The river and its forested valley offer outdoor opportunities for everyone, from trails to high mountain ascents to riverside beaches.
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network's Healthy Community Coalition meets at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at Fall City Library.
The Red Oak Residence of North Bend, a senior housing development, got its first new sign since 1997, thanks to the hard work of local Mount Si High School senior, Cameron Stone.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Leeza Decker graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Cedarcrest High School's Aaron Davenport was one of eight students selected last June to join the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association's Leadership through Education, Activities, and Personal Development (LEAP) program. LEAP is a student-driven organization consisting of student leaders from WIAA-affiliated schools throughout the state.
Mount Si High School students Adya Kumar, a senior and Mallory Golic, a junior, have been appointed as student representatives to the Snoqualmie Valley School Board.