The Riverview School District Board of Directors earned Board of Distinction recognition from the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) at its annual conference, in November. This is the first time Riverview has received this honor.
In the early days of what is now east King County, priests traveled up the Snoqualmie River to celebrate Mass in communities along the river.
Most people need medical equipment such as crutches, a wheelchair or a hospital bed at some point. Yet not everyone can afford these devices and health insurance either does not cover them or charges co-pays.
Six seniors at Cedarcrest High School were honored as 2015 National Commended Merit Scholars. They are from left, Ryan Peacock, Mitchell Frimodt, Caitlin Gard, Morgan Walker, Al Knox and Wilhelmina Esary.
Seven Mount Si High School seniors from the class of 2015 have been named National Merit Scholars. They earned this distinction by earning top scores in the preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, which students across the nation take the fall of their junior year.
Sno-Valley Indoor Playground brings its 12th annual Preschool Fair to Valley families, 9 a.m., to noon, Saturday, Jan. 24 at Mount Si High School.
Valley-based Encompass has been selected by the state Department of Early Learning to participate in a pilot program known as “Executive Function Learning Communities.”
Students in the Snoqualmie Valley School District’s Transition Learning Center were named Volunteers of the Year by the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA.
Snoqualmie’s American Legion Auxiliary is raffling off a Seattle Seahawks “12th Man” quilt. Show your Seahawks pride and support American Legion veterans services by taking a chance on the 5.5 by 6.5-foot quilt.
Abigail Hamilton, 11, of North Bend recently won the title of Pre-Teen National Spokesmodel at the National American Miss Competition in Anaheim, Calif.
On Tuesday, Feb. 10, a school bond proposition in the amount of $244 million will appear on the ballot here in the Snoqualmie Valley. This proposal presents an opportunity to invest in the community, in our schools, and in the young people who attend them. It addresses district-wide necessities, severe overcrowding in our elementary and middle schools and significant needs at Mount Si High School originally constructed over 50 years ago.
Ten exchange students, visiting from Snoqualmie’s sister city of Gangjin, South Korea, will build memories, and a traditional sculpture on their visit to the Valley.
U.S. Air National Guard Airman First Class Jared R. Lettau graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
Genevieve Knoppi, a 2014 Mount Si High School graduate from Snoqualmie, was named to the fall dean’s list at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Mo.
Pasado’s Safe Haven mobile spay and neuter clinic will offer $10 surgeries to spay or neuter cats and dogs Saturday, Jan. 17, at North Bend’s Pet Place Market and Umpqua Bank, 146 West Second St.
The Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association is seeking new members to serve on its board.
In the past six years, volunteers at North Bend’s Calvary Chapel have handed out about 900 turkeys and another 900 hams for the holidays. This year, they added breakfast, too.
“Ding-dong merrily on high” reverberated through the Si View Community Center during the holiday bazaar, Dec. 6 and later at the tree lighting ceremony at the Salish Lodge. “Deck the Halls” to the Snoqualmie Train Depot greeted visitors come to see Santa Dec. 13.
Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County is hosting a homebuyer information meeting, 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, at the Koinonia Ridge Community Center, 36912 S.E. Gravenstein Court, Snoqualmie, to begin the process of selecting qualified families to purchase homes.
The city of Snoqualmie is seeking new members for vacant positions on citizen boards and commissions. Both the Parks Board and the Planning Commission have openings. Appointments are made by the Snoqualmie Mayor.