Spurred by new state legislation, the Snoqualmie Valley School District this year launched its new science, technology, reading, engineering, arts, and math (STREAM) program for gifted children.
A plane crashed early Friday evening in Fall City, near the S.R. 202/203 roundabout, in a field behind the Fall City Bistro. The pilot, a 40-year-old man, was transported to a hospital with significant, but not life-threatening injuries.
The King County Sheriff’s Office warned county residents Tuesday about an ongoing phone scam defrauding victims out of money to make phony arrest warrants disappear — and the perpetrators are using sheriff’s office and court phone numbers to do it, a sheriff’s spokesperson said.
The parking lot at Torguson Park will be closed on Monday, Oct. 5, for pavement sealing. During the work, the park will remain open, but accessible only from the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, or from N.E. Third Street. The parking lot will reopen on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
It's Thursday again, which means it's the beginning of another three days of headlining standup performances at the Eastside's comedy clubs. This week we've got Mitch Fatel at Parlor Live in Bellevue and Sam Morril at Kirkland's Laughs Comedy Spot.
Downtown North Bend, and most of the 1,700 people in it were all about the music — and the walking —Saturday during the third annual Blues Walk event, hosted by, and benefitting Boxley Music Fund.
Girls’ names are surprisingly popular among King County pets, according to the data collected by Regional Animal Services of King County. Bella and Lucy were the number-one names for dogs and cats, respectively, licensed last year, and Lucy was the second most common dog name, while Bella was fourth in the cats category.
The Fall City Learning Garden hosts a free hands-on workshop, Oct. 18.
North Bend’s community theater, Valley Center Stage, will present a stage show of the TV series “The Twilight Zone,” weekends, Oct. 8 to 24. The first of its kind performance will feature four eerie episodes of the classic show.
The festival's inaugural carnival "was a huge success" in 2014, organizer Brian Twiggs said. "For the 'tweeners ... the 10- to 14-year-old crowd, there isn't a whole lot to do for them at Salmon Days. The carnival gave them a place to go."
West Snoqualmie Valley Road Northeast was undermined following a landslide, caused by heavy rains in March, 2014. County maintenance crews made temporary repairs to the road, to begin planning for full reconstruction of the road.
This weekend, Oct. 3 and 4, drivers who use State Route 18 near Tiger Mountain State Forest and Auburn should plan for major detours. The highway will be closed in both directions, Oct. 3 and 4, and again Oct. 17 and 18, for paving, guardrail and tree removal work, weather permitting.
Mayors from across the Eastside helped welcome the incoming Leadership Eastside classes during a luncheon at Cascade Community College in Bothell on Friday, Sept. 11.
North Bend bakery owners Steve and Georgia Teodosiadis received King County’s John D. Spellman award for Historic Preservation last Thursday, for the restoration of Georgia’s Bakery.
Marilyn McKenna writes about her life-changing weight loss in the new book "Eat Like it Matters: How I Lost 120 Pounds and Found My Inner Badass (And How You Can Too!)"
The Record continues its coverage from last week on the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce candidate forum held Sept. 18 for candidates for Snoqualmie and North Bend City Council.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
The grand opening of Fisher Creek Park in Snoqualmie has been set for Friday, Oct. 2 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
On Sunday Sept. 27 a 58-year-old man died from a fall while hiking with his dog in Twin Falls State Park.
A community wide affordable housing forum starts Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Umpqua Bank in North Bend. The event, organized by Umpqua Manager Rob Wotton, will bring together city leaders, developers, Valley employers and transportation experts for a discussion on all aspects of the issue.