The City of North Bend has an open position on its parks commission, open to Valley residents age 16 to 18. Qualified applicants must live within the Snoqualmie Valley School District boundaries.
Fred and Lois Bereswill of Carnation will mark 65 years of marriage next month.
Rancho Laguna's HEART is holding its third annual summer benefit concert and barbecue, 3 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 27 at the rescue ranch, 37705 S.E. 47th St., Snoqualmie.
Firefighters from Station 85 in Carnation have done weekly spray downs from their fire engine, to help Camp Korey campers stay cool in hot weather. On Thursday Aug. 11, they did their final "Summer Spray Down."
Encompass in North Bend will manage and teach the Early Childhood Assistance Program (ECEAP) at Carnation Elementary School, starting in September, for children ages 3 and 4.
A 2014 Duke High School graduate and North Bend native, Zac Pearlstein, is serving in the U.S. Navy and participating in the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise, the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC).
A 2010 Cedarcrest High School graduate and Duvall native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world's most advanced ballistic missile submarines, the USS Henry M. Jackson.
The Si View Metro Parks fall activity guides have been sent out to the community and are available online. Registration is now open for the fall program.
One of the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA's yearly children's program, an overnight camping trip to Orcas Island, may not return in 2017.
The Snoqualmie Valley has a rich history of producing food and this Friday marks the start of a week of celebrating that history. During the week of Aug. 19 to 25, Bounty Week, 15 restaurants will serve locally grown food: Carnation Cafe; Duvall Grill and Taproom; Fall City Bistro; Fall City Roadhouse and Inn; Ixtapa Carnation; Lazy K's; Longevity Foods; North Bend Bar and Grill; Pete's Club Grill; Riverbend Cafe; Snoqualmie Brewery Taproom; The Bindlestick; The Duvall Coffeehouse; The Grange Cafe; and Zazynia.
Legends Car Club will bring its popular classic car show to Snoqualmie's main drag Sunday of Railroad Days. The annual event draws hundreds of collectors and plenty of admirers to the final day of the Snoqualmie community's home-town celebration.
United Northwest Model Railroad Club, a Seattle-based volunteer group that promotes the hobby of model railroading, is bringing its unique model railroad to Railroad Days this weekend in Snoqualmie.
Come to the Snoqualmie Depot during Railroad Days for games, activities and live music at the Children's Field of Fun events.
The Snoqualmie Arts Commission's new project, Trains Around Town, will be on display in historic downtown Snoqualmie throughout Railroad Days.
The Entertainment Industry Foundation announced Two Rivers School in North Bend as one of the winners of the Think It Up Innovation Awards. The award recognizes students and teachers for innovation in public education.
Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of sudden death in exercising and "at-play" young people and is typically the result of an undiagnosed structural or electrical problem.
Visit a working sawmill on Sunday, courtesy of the Fall City Historical Society, which is sponsoring the event, 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 21 at the Isackson Sawmill.
After spending two weeks on a trip to Korea, a group of students and chaperones representing the Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association have returned to the Valley.
The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association is holding its annual fundraising pancake breakfast Saturday, Aug. 20 during Snoqualmie's Railroad Days celebration. Breakfast will be served from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Snoqualmie Fire Station, 37600 S.E. Snoqualmie Parkway.
Several area students have been named to the Whitworth University Provost's honor roll for spring semester. They include Olivia Swanson and Elizabeth Young of North Bend, and Joshua Brown and Jerrica Kjorsvik of Duvall.