The author of which book had a writing companion by her side throughout the writing process?
During Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2 to 6, the nonprofit WGU Washington has announced 10 scholarships available to current and aspiring teachers seeking a bachelor's or master's degree in education. The online university, which enrolls students the first day of every month, is also waiving the $65 application fee for those who apply to a WGU Teachers College program by June 30.
The King County Sheriff's Office and several of its contract city partners participated in a prescription drug take-back event Saturday, April 30, collecting more than 300 pounds of drugs.
A new web-based resource aimed at helping King County farmers is among the new tools available as part of Executive Dow Constantine's Local Food Initiative working to strengthen the local agricultural economy and improve access to healthy food.
Patience is the key to photography for Karen Schmoll, winner of the scenic category in the Valley Record's ninth annual reader photography contest.
Both police and firefighters responded to three fires within 45 minutes on Friday, April 29, on Snoqualmie Ridge. The fires damaged play equipment at a park on Stellar Way S.E. and on Fern Avenue S.E. a traffic cone and a garbage can were burned.
The North Bend City Council's planned public hearing on a proposed sewer rate increase has been postponed. The hearing had been scheduled for Tuesday, May 17.
The Washington State Department of Transportation and contractor crews will close I-90 at 7 p.m. for about an hour Thursday, May 5; the planned closure for Wednesday, May 4 has been cancelled.
The third annual National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day is scheduled for Saturday, May 7.
King County's first case of Zika infection was reported Wednesday, May 4.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Riley Haney, who won an award of excellence for work on Mount Si High School PSA entry in the 2014 Northwest High School Film Festival, has taken the number one spot in our 2016 photo contest in the People category.
Citizens from all around Snoqualmie met with city staff on Thursday, April 28 at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA for a town hall meeting which included a state-of-the-city presentation by Mayor Matt Larson and a Q&A panel with the mayor and city council.
Aggressive solicitors in Snoqualmie could be facing up to $1,000 in fines if the city council approves a new ordinance proposed by the Snoqualmie Police Department. At the April 25 Snoqualmie City Council meeting, an ordinance to prohibit coercive solicitation at 12 points along the Snoqualmie Parkway was introduced.
Spring may be the season for baby birds to leave their nests, but the subject of the winning photo in the animal category of our photo contest was clearly more of a football season bird.
The ground was obviously already broken Sunday when the Northwest Railway Museum invited guests on a special construction train, to celebrate the start of its new building. That wasn't a deterrent for Snoqualmie City Councilman Bob Jeans.
Two Valley residents were injured Saturday, April 30 when their car veered off S.R. 203 just south of 87th street near Harris Creek.
You may be tempted to forget about your taxes now that you've filed your return, but some tax planning done now may benefit you later.
May is Wildfire Awareness Month, and King County's Forestry Program is working with area fire districts and state officials to raise awareness and promote actions that keep communities safe in the event of fire.
Public testimony at several hearings in North Bend in recent months has been almost entirely in favor of an action the North Bend City Council took April 19.