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Valley seniors' favorite paintings, drawings on display in Carnation
Jan 03 2013, 11:07 AM
See an exhibit of seniors' art this winter at the Snoqualmie Valley Senior Center in Carnation.
Each participant has submitted their first, most recent and favorite painting or drawing.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center is located at 4610 Stephens Ave., Carnation.
County plans investigation of Fall City man's death
Jan 03 2013, 11:08 AM
The shooting death of a 42 year-old Fall City man will be the subject of an inquest ordered by King County Executive Dow Constantine.
A six-member panel will review the details of the Dec. 10 incident, in which the man, identified as Eric Todd Berg, with no permanent address, was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy.
John Belcher named KingCo's 'Distinguished Principal of the Year'
Jan 03 2013, 11:10 AM
Mount Si High School Principal John H. Belcher has been named the KingCo League Distinguished Principal of the Year. The award, presented by the Washington Association of Secondary School Principals (WASSP), recognizes principals with deep commitments to students, academic excellence and positive school-community relations.
"In the past year and a half since John came on board here in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, there have been several significant initiatives and positive developments that expand upon past successes and many achievements at Mount Si High School," said Superintendent Joel Aune. "He brings tremendous energy, a strong focus on student voice, tireless commitment to raising achievement, and pervasive PRIDE for all things Mount Si."
When you're missing your animal companion, Pet Bereavement Support Group can help
Jan 03 2013, 11:17 AM
Pets aren’t just part of our lives. Often, they’re part of our family. And when a beloved companion animal dies, the pain can be nearly overwhelming.
Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) has organized a Pet Bereavement Support Group to help those who have lost a beloved friend. The group is peer-based, facilitated by RASKC volunteers. They share stories, provide each other with an understanding heart, and a shoulder to lean on.
Valley Chamber Awards honor Hauglie Insurance, Boxley's, Dirtfish, Scouts
Jan 15 2013, 2:35 PM
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce recognized outstanding businesses and individuals at its December meeting.
Awards presented included:
• President's Award: Kevin Hauglie, Hauglie Insurance Agency, Inc. - Farmers' Insurance
• CEO Recognition Award: Danny Kolke, Boxley Music Fund and Boxley's Place
Fatal truck found in New Year's hit-and-run
Jan 08 2013, 4:52 PM
Police have located the vehicle, but not the driver, believed to be involved in the Jan. 1 death of a North Bend woman. The victim, identified by the King County Medical Examiner as 57-year-old Lucinda Fisher, was killed by an apparent hit-and-run around 3 a.m. New Year's Day.
King County Sheriff spokesperson Sgt. Cindi West reported finding the vehicle around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 2, but said there was no suspect yet. The white full-size pickup truck had some front-end damage and was missing its right-side headlight. The damage was consistent with debris found at the site of the accident, which included , which is consistent with debris found at the site of the accident.
Looking for drugs: Snoqualmie Ridge break-in suspects searched bathrooms, drove a U-Haul
Jan 04 2013, 9:04 AM
Drugs are the likely motivation behind two daytime burglary attempts on Snoqualmie Ridge around noon on Wednesday, Jan. 2.
Searchers comb Mount Si for missing skydiver
Jan 04 2013, 1:12 PM
Searchers are combing Mount Si for signs of a skydiver who went missing Thursday afternoon after jumping out of a helicopter near the peak's summit.
Around 2:30 p.m., a helicopter pilot called for help, reporting that a man had skydived out of his helicopter and did not show up at the landing zone after the jump. The pilot said a group of three men were alternately going up in the helicopter to jump. One would jump while the others waited at the landing zone.
Artificial intelligence: Robot challenges spark potential for five Valley youth clubs
Jan 04 2013, 10:40 AM
Crossing generational divides, no problem. Sparking 10 to 12 year-olds’ interest in how arthritis and Alzheimer’s Disease affect the body, simple. Getting a diverse group of students to work together—and work hard—outside of school hours so they can compete for little more than bragging rights, just as easy.
None of these things were too difficult for the four Upper Valley elementary- and middle-school teams to enter the Washington FIRST (FIRSTWA) “Senior Solutions” competition in Bellevue Dec. 8 and 9. What they did have problems with were weak robotic arms, sensors that needed frequent recalibration, and dozens of other programming tricks to make their robots behave as needed, not to mention the expense of hologram technology.
'A real team effort': Cedarcrest girls keep up the pressure as second half of season begins | Slideshow
Jan 08 2013, 5:13 PM
The clock was in continuous mode, the Red Wolves enjoying a 50 point lead over the Tigers, but neither team was easing up.
Both the Cedarcrest and Granite Falls girls squads battled for the ball down to the bell. It rang on a lopsided 72-16 win for Cedarcrest, now 9-2 and positioned for a strong run into the second half of the winter season.
Pressing defensively and keeping the ball on the run are the strengths for this team, and while head coach Brad Knowles called off the press, with a huge lead, at the half, "We can't stop running."