Carnation’s “annual” car show has had a checkered past, in that it has struggled with locations in previous years. Also, there was no show last year.
The city of North Bend has announced that N.W. 14th Street between S.R. 202 and Boalch Avenue N.W. will close at 7 a.m. Tuesday, July 7, through 7 a.m. Sunday, July 12, so that several large trees located near the roadway can be removed.
Snoqualmie Valley School District schools wished students and staff a happy summer Wednesday, June 17, with send-off celebrations throughout the district. At Fall City Elementary, though, there were mixed emotions.
The city of Snoqualmie Arts Commission has vacancies for two new members. Mayor Matt Larson is considering applications for appointment and confirmation by the city council.
A group of officers and cadets from the Peruvian Navy ship BAP Villavisencio sailed from Seattle on Saturday, June 13, loaded with donations of firefigher equipment, and good wishes from the city of Snoqualmie to its sister city, Chaclacayo Peru.
Tina McCollum is one of many women in the Snoqualmie Valley who is actively supporting the health of the community, both here and abroad. She is president of the Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association (SSCA) and a founding board member, cultivating sister city relationships with Gangjin, Korea and Chaclacayo, Peru.
Two men and two women in a car with an infant were arrested early Monday after an incident that began in North Bend and ended on a dead-end road following a chase down the freeway and through Issaquah.
Residents and businesses in North Bend, as well as outdoor enthusiasts, are asked to participate in a confidential online survey about North Bend parks.
Because of the Independence Day holiday, the Valley Record will set an early deadline for the following week’s issue. All news items and advertising must be submitted by noon, Thursday, July 2, for publication in the July 8 edition.
Last year, there were 432 fireworks related injuries and/or fires reported to the Office of the State Fire Marshal by fire departments and hospital emergency rooms.
Mount Si Senior Center recently welcomed a new executive director, Susan Kingsbury-Comeau.
Ingenuity, as always, won the day in Fall City Saturday, where the exceptionally low river forced a new start to the annual Ducky Derby. Volunteers dumped ducks into a floating corral in the middle of the river and then released them to float in a mass toward the waiting net of Jane Krein.
Learn how to control invasive knotweed at a series of free workshops, sponsored by King County. Participants will be eligible to borrow the county’s knotweed stem injectors for use on their own land after completing the workshop. Classes will teach property owners safe and effective control methods to eliminate this troublesome species.
He’s a comedy legend, celebrating 55 years in show business. Over those years, Bob Newhart, the button-down comedian famous for making the first comedy album to hit number one on the charts in 1960, along with TV hits like “The Bob Newhart” show from 1972 to 1978 and “Newhart” from 1982 to 1990, and numerous cameos and a guest appearance as Professor Proton in “The Big Bang Theory,” has never stopped working, never stopped honing his skills.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Part of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail north of Carnation is officially closed this week, and will be through October. It has to be closed, because right now, a small stretch of it doesn’t actually exist.
Snoqualmie officials said today (Wednesday, June 24) that the city's downtown infrastructure and improvement project is in final stages with substantial completion anticipated by July 24.
King County bridge inspection crews will completely close Meadowbrook Bridge from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, June 25, between Southeast Spruce Street and Southeast Millpond Road.
First, Fall City was known for its floaters, the hundreds of people who drift down the Snoqualmie River on sunny days in inflatable vessels of some sort. Soon, though, the little community at the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers, and the junction of State Routes 202 and 203, could be known for its Honkers.
North Bend and the city Parks Commission invite the public to attend a workshop, 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, at City Hall.