As the Valley Center Stage, a non-profit community theater, enters its 11th season it’s taking on a southern flair with “Steel Magnolias.”
Learn about Seattle’s high quality tap water through tours and activities.
Creativity was on display Saturday, May 16, at the Sallal Grange in North Bend. The first ever DIY and Hackers Showcase brought out 11 exhibitors.
Representatives from organizations like the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office, Kaleen Cottingham, and King County Deputy County Executive, Fred Jarrett, were few of the many who trudged through the muddy woods in Fall City to celebrate the completion of the Upper Carlson Floodplain Restoration project Thursday, May 14.
SnoValley Tilth’s annual Friends of the Fields benefit dinner and auction will be 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday, May 30, at the Cascade Club on Redmond Ridge.
The one summer event no one wants to welcome early is upon us: Wildfire season. Starting on April 15, the season sprawls until October 15, affecting private and public lands, including 13 million acres of private and state forestland under the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Join the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network for the 19th annual Rise & Shine Breakfast from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. on June 2 at the Riverview Educational Service Center in Duvall.
A confirmed case of pertussis has been reported at Cedarcrest High School. Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a contagious respiratory disease caused by bacteria. The condition is known for its uncontrollable, violent coughing, which can cause difficulty breathing.
After months of conversation, officials from Bellevue College and Washington State University are on the brink of signing a partnership agreement, bringing the former community college under the state university's wing.
When matters of national importance comes around the U.S. Flag is flown at half-staff, also known as half-mast in the Navy, here's why and how to do it properly.
Two Valley cities, North Bend and Carnation, and the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District saw strong candidate interest in last week’s filing period.
A serious issue brought Snoqualmie Valley teachers, students, staff and parents to the Snoqualmie Parkway Friday afternoon, but participants couldn’t help but make it a fun event.
Relay season is here, and Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life is planning activities leading up to the big event, July 11 in North Bend’s Torguson Park.
At Snoqualmie's May 11 meeting of the city council, officials administered the oath of office to new police officer Chris Patterson.
The city of Snoqualmie and Puget Sound Energy (PSE) have finalized a new tourism opportunity at the falls on Monday, May 11, at the city council meeting.
No one was complaining Sunday at Snoqualmie’s Centennial Field Park.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
The Renton-Pickering Post of the American Legion will conduct Memorial Day ceremonies at each cemetery in the Valley, as well as at the Valley Veteran Memorial.
The Northwest Railway Museum pays tribute to America’s service men and women and their families this Memorial Day.
Animal Planet is now warning its viewers about “Monster Week” coming soon to TV screens, but nothing will prepare viewers for the appeal of another of its shows, debuting Saturday, May 30 with a double-feature.