The red-lit panels at the side of interior doors are new this year at the Mount Si High School Freshman Campus. Maybe it’s because they’re new, but they’re also a little intimidating.
From tree lightings to bazaars, skating rinks to sing-alongs, the Valley has a host of holiday events to delight everyone.
The rules of the contest were few, but not simple. Photographers were asked to submit scenic photos of local places, but also photos that inspired preservation of the Snoqualmie River Watershed and its surrounding farms, wildlife and people.
With new developments at the Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie’s 2016 Railroad Days could be significantly downsized in 2016.
Minutes before the doors opened, 15 volunteers, including myself, joined hands in a circle. One by one, each of the volunteers introduced themselves and the group shared a prayer for the well-being of the clientele and for everything to run smoothly for the day. This was the start of another Wednesday at the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
North Bend residents are now able to dispose of more debris from the recent windstorm, at a small additional cost. The city of North Bend has arranged for Republic Services, the city’s trash services provider, to pick up yard debris in addition to its regular service.
The city of Snoqualmie Planning Commission will take public input on scheduled land use regulations concerning the production, processing, and retail sale of marijuana in Snoqualmie.
More information about the two Snoqualmie officers who were put on administrative leave has been obtained by the Valley Record through a public records request with the city of Snoqualmie.
Public health officials urge people who recently bought Costco’s “chicken salad made with rotisserie chicken” to toss it out.
It’s a good thing that Village Theatre has delivered a cast that can tend the flame with wit, energy and rat-a-tat comic timing.
Washington 5th District Representative Jay Rodne of Snoqualmie said his comments on social media following the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris were “taken out of context” but he did not retreat from his position that the U.S. should not allow entry to Syrian refugees.
The Riverview School District will accept nominations to its Program for the Academically Talented (PAT) for the 2015-16 school year, Nov. 30 through Dec. 17.
King County Fire Protection District 10 is accepting applications for a vacant seat on the Fire Commission. Position 2 will be vacated as of Jan. 1, with a term ending Dec. 31, 2016.
Starting the morning of Nov. 27, Eastside Firefighters’ Benevolent Fund members will hold their fifth annual food and clothing drive, a three-day event to bring awareness and support for underprivileged families in the area.
What do you think the new elementary school should be named? The community is invited to submit ideas for naming Snoqualmie Valley School District’s sixth elementary school, now under construction on Snoqualmie Ridge. The school is scheduled to open next fall.
Join the community for a Thanksgiving dinner of turkey and all the trimmings, 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25, at the Mount Si Senior Center. Proceeds from the event go to the senior center.
Valley attorney O.W. (Bill) Hollowell is retiring after nearly 30 years in his Carnation office. Attorney Nancy Gass will take over Hollowell’s practice.
Rio Bravo, a new restaurant serving street tacos, has opened in North Bend. Owner Broc Thomson serves authentic, traditional and New Mexican specialties, inspired by his childhood in Las Vegas and with Southwest-style cooking.
North Bend Visitor Information Center and Art Gallery is hiring a lead ambassador to staff the center.