The Snoqualmie Valley School District is planning a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Mount Si High School, 3 p.m., Wednesday, June 8, to celebrate with the community as construction is set to begin in June.
Semi-pro baseball teams in the Valley are gearing up to begin the summer season, with the Northwest Honkers starting on Memorial Day weekend and Snoqualmie Valley Hurricanes opening on June 3.
After being indicted May 19 on charges of using excessive force while working as a Tukwila Police Officer in 2011, Snoqualmie Officer Nick Hogan was put on paid administrative leave.
Mount Si High School students Jack Mulligan, Olin Woodyard and Cody Copitzky earned awards of excellence at the 2016 Northwest High School Film Festival on Tuesday, May 17.
Snoqualmie Valley School Board members were applauded last week after approving a contract with the Sno Valley Youth Soccer Association for improvements to the soccer field at Chief Kanim Middle School.
Structural repairs have been completed to the historic Tokul Creek Trestle, and walkers, cyclists and equestrians can once again access this scenic stretch of King County Parks' Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
Two hikers who didn't return from a Thursday, May 26 hike were reported found around 11 a.m. Friday morning.
Details on the new organization Serve Snoqualmie's planned Fourth of July fireworks show, as well as the city of Snoqualmie's new firework-related laws were shared by the fire and police departments at a meeting on Thursday, May 19, at the Snoqualmie YMCA.
Residents of Wilderness Rim brought out their sneakers and umbrellas on Saturday, May 21, for the third annual Wilderness Rim 5k Run.
On Monday, the American Legion will observe Memorial Day with events at all of the Upper Valley cemeteries.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe held its annual tribal council election on Saturday, May 14. More than 200 tribal members attended and participated in the election.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
This job has it all — part-time hours but enough to earn benefits, paid training, a pay scale that starts above $19 per hour, and its very own holiday. Look it up, Feb. 7 is, throughout the U.S., officially Pretend You're a Bus Driver Day.
Live jazz in North Bend used to call Boxley's Restaurant home. Now, it's moving just a couple of blocks away, to Piccola Cellars, in the renovated old city fire station.
King County Executive Dow Constantine on May 19 proposed a new partnership with the King County Housing Authority that would develop or acquire more than 2,000 units of affordable housing with low-cost financing made possible by the county's excellent credit rating.
U.S. District Court Judge James L. Robart moved to dismiss a Snoqualmie Tribe discrimination lawsuit against the city of Snoqualmie May 16. However, Judge Robart gave the tribe 20 days to amend its complaint.
The filing period for candidates who want to run for office ended Friday, May 20. Among the offices on the ballot are local Senators and Representatives to the state and U.S. Legislature. Many incumbents will see challengers this year.
Snoqualmie Police Officer Nick Hogan, was formally charged Thursday, May 19, in federal court with using excessive force in a May 20, 2011, incident that occurred when he worked for the Tukwila Police Department.
The next King County sewer rate increase will be the lowest in 15 years under a proposal by Executive Dow Constantine.
A temporary stop in the North Bend wastewater treatment plant's processing pipeline a week ago led to a minor overflow of sewage. The leak, said city Public Works Director Mark Rigos was "very minor," and was cleaned up immediately.