A new high school gym was not part of the plan in the $244 million bond issue that Snoqualmie Valley School District voters approved in February, but it might be soon, depending on how the school board decides to proceed at its next meeting, Sept. 10.
On Wednesday, Sept. 2 representatives from the Snoqualmie Tribe held a rally in protest of the Tokul roundabout construction project in Snoqualmie. Wednesday was also the sixth anniversary of Snoqualmie Falls being registered at the National Register of Historic Places.
Before they could battle each other in a historic re-enactment this weekend, a group of Civil War historians had to battle the weather. The group, members of the Washington Civil War Association, putting on the first Battle of Snoqualmie at Meadowbrook Farm Saturday, were surprised by a sudden, tornado-like wind that swept away their tents, gear and supplies and forced the weekend of events to an abrupt stop.
Due to rainy weather, the outdoor movie scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 3 at Snoqualmie Community Park has been cancelled.
Ever since he was a teenager, Everett native Fahim Anwar knew he wanted to be an entertainer. But his parents told him to be practical. So he did the unthinkable and... took their advice.
Detectives with the Washington State Patrol are seeking witnesses to a hit-and-run collision that seriously injured two people on a motorcycle on Thursday, Aug. 27, on westbound I-90/SR 900 near Issaquah.
There is still work to be done on Snoqualmie’s current infrastructure project, but city officials recognized the visual transformation of Historic Downtown Snoqualmie in a small, but well-attended ceremony in Railroad Park.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Backpacks, school supplies, and brand new shoes were available for pickup last Wednesday at the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank. In collaboration with the King County Library System, local churches, and companies like Costco and Walmart, the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank hosted a day of resources for kids getting ready to go back to school.
On Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m., the Snoqualmie Tribe group, Save Snoqualmie Falls Coalition will hold a rally against irresponsible development, specifically the construction of the Tokul Roundabout by the city of Snoqualmie. The date is also the sixth anniversary of Snoqualmie Falls’ placement on the National Register of Historic Places.
Our region’s salmon are in hot water. The lack of snowpack and spring rain, combined with sustained high summer temperatures, have reduced the amount of water and increased temperatures in streams and rivers to lethal levels for salmon. In these conditions, many will die before reaching their spawning grounds.
King County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating the death of a man found on the side of a road in the Edgewick neighborhood of North Bend, just after midnight Saturday, Aug. 30. The man, unidentified so far, had significant head trauma, according to Detective Jason Stanley, spokesperson for the King County Sheriff’s Office.
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. While we often hear about head injuries in athletes, most concussions happen off the playing field – in car and bicycle accidents, fights and even minor falls.
The cities of Snoqualmie and North Bend are offering the FEMA-certified Community Emergency Response Team training program, beginning Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Snoqualmie Fire Station on Saturday, Oct. 3.
Lula Ruby Salon in Snoqualmie has teamed up with Rancho Laguna Horse Rescue, offering a “Helping HEART” red bracelet for a donation of $3, through September.The man, unidentified so far, had significant head trauma, according to Detective Jason Stanley, spokesperson for the King County Sheriff’s Office.
Now on its U.S. Tour, Matilda is currently telekinetically tickling the Seattle metro.
Re-enactors from the Washington Civil War Association lost tents, gear and supplies in an unexpected storm Saturday, while camped at Meadowbrook Farm.
A summer storm hit Western Washington Saturday, with winds causing power infrastructure to fail throughout the region.
Environmental artist Karen White teaches children how to appreciate the beauty and intricacies of nature through the craft of nest weaving.
Snoqualmie's Main Street Celebration scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 29, has been cancelled in anticipation of rainy weather in the forecast. The street festival will be rescheduled, but the Milestone Recognition Ceremony celebrating the progress of the city's infrastructure improvement project will proceed, starting at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Railroad Park.