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Hunting boundary changes in Snoqualmie's annexed mill area
Oct 25 2012, 1:51 PM
The Mill Planning Area annexation by the city of Snoqualmie, which became effective on September 28, has affected hunting boundaries in the area.
The familiar hunting area of Lake Borst located on Mill Pond Road between Reinig Road and Tokul Road, is now off limits for hunting.
Sabotaged car, sober crowd, eager speeder: Weekly Snoqualmie Valley police, fire calls
Oct 25 2012, 1:54 PM
On October 15, a North Bend resident reported damage to his vehicle, parked in his driveway. Someone used a sharp tool to cut the gas and brake lines on the vehicle.
The future of Metro Transit in the Valley; Discuss plan at Fall City, Duvall meetings
Oct 26 2012, 2:55 PM
The Snoqualmie Valley is the first of several rural areas where Metro is shaping future bus service as part of the County's newly adopted Transit Alternative Services Plan.
Two community meetings are planned for residents who want to improve public transit in the Valley.
The first meeting is 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at Cherry Valley Elementary School, 26701 Cherry Valley Road, Duvall.
The second meeting is 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Fall City Elementary School, 33314 SE 42nd Street, Fall City.
Preston Vasa lodge hosting Swedish meatball meal
Oct 26 2012, 3:31 PM
Vasa Lodge in Upper Preston holds its Swedish meatball dinner, noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28. The Lodge is located at 10530 324 Pl. S.E., Preston (Issaquah).
On the menu: Swedish meatballs, potatoes, green beans, baked beans, lingonberry sauce and applesauce.
60th anniversary for North Bend's Dick, Carol Ketz
Oct 26 2012, 3:32 PM
North Bend natives Dick and Carol (Cabe) Ketz celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Oct. 4.
Dick and Carol grew up as neighbors in North Bend and both attended Mount Si High School where Dick was the quarterback of the football team and Carol was a cheerleader. After high school, Dick joined the Air Force in 1951 before getting married to Carol in 1952.
Meadowbrook Farm Ale on tap at Snoqualmie Brewery
Oct 26 2012, 3:33 PM
Light and crisp, Meadowbrook Farm Ale tastes like the good late summer beer that it obviously is. By mid-October, the Sno Falls Brewery was on its last tank (“for now,” server Bridgette Kane assures) of the brew made with the wild hops that were once grown on Meadowbrook Farm.
An odyssey of hops: Wild Meadowbrook hops survive 100 years, go back in beers again
Oct 26 2012, 3:37 PM
Hops from the fields of today’s Meadowbrook Farm once traveled the globe and enlivened European beers.
But a century after time and trouble all but erased the Snoqualmie Hops Farm from the Valley, beer is once again being flavored with the wild descendants of those original Meadowbrook vines.
In September, volunteer pickers collected hops from vines preserved at the farm’s interpretive center. Those flower buds were used to flavor a special, limited edition dry-hopped Meadowbrook Farm Ale, now on tap at Snoqualmie Brewing Co. in downtown Snoqualmie.
Learn to talk to teens about marijuana at Snoqualmie Community Network meeting Monday
Oct 26 2012, 3:52 PM
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network and Friends of Youth are hosting a free meeting for parents on teen marijuana use and how to talk to their kids about drugs.
David Flack, a chemical dependency professional from Friends of Youth, will lead the presentation, with information about current substance abuse trends, realistic concerns about marijuana use in teens, and strategies for talking to teens about being drug-free.
Adopt a cat: Final days for fee-free felines in King County ends Oct. 31
Oct 26 2012, 3:58 PM
The best things in life may be free, but some very good things—free cat adoptions in King County—will soon go up in price. Until October 31, Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) is still waiving the adoption fee for cats six months and older.
“Our goal was to adopt 200 cats and kittens during this special event, and we’re very close to reaching that number,” said RASKC Manager Dr. Gene Mueller. “The clock is ticking, so we encourage anyone who is thinking about adopting a cat to stop by the Pet Adoption Center soon.”
Learn about hospital's acute care at Nov. 1 Lunch & Learn
Oct 29 2012, 9:38 AM
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s next Lunch & Learn, noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, focuses on “Hospitalization for Acute Medical Care” with Dr. Kim Witkop.
Witkop is the Vice President of Medical Affairs for the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District. The event is open to the public and held at Snoqualmie Fire Station, 37600 S.E. Snoqualmie Parkway.