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North Bend Parks Commission has opening

  • Jun 17, 2013 at 4:13PM

The city of North Bend has a vacancy on the Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Commission, and is now taking applications to fill the seat. Position 4 on the commission has a term expiring Dec. 31 of this year.

Letters | Kudos for a Rotary success

  • Jun 17, 2013 at 4:17PM

The President’s Cup Golf Tournament held at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge on Monday, June 3, was an enormous success. On behalf Snoqualmie Valley Rotary, I want convey my gratitude to sponsors and participants who propelled us to net $30,000 for Rotary First Harvest, the Mount Si Food Bank and other local organizations.

Bible school registration at Snoqualmie UMC

  • Jun 17, 2013 at 4:11PM

Registration is under way for Snoqualmie United Methodist Church Vacation Bible School, aimed at children age 5 to 12.

Junior Wildcat football and cheer 2013 registration closing soon

  • Jun 17, 2013 at 4:20PM

The registration deadline for Junior Wildcat Football and Cheerleading is quickly approaching.

Snoqualmie Middle School students push themselves for nat'l fitness awards

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 8:27AM

Snoqualmie Middle School students just completed their yearly Presidential Physical Fitness Testing, and a number of these youths have earned kudos for their efforts. Students are tested in the mile run for endurance; curl-ups for abdominal strength and endurance; flex arm hang (girls) and pull-ups (boys) for upper body strength and endurance; sit and reach for flexibility and the shuttle run for speed and agility. Those scoring in the 85th percentile or higher on each of the five tests earn the highest Presidential Fitness rating.

Lower Valley school science researches take world stage

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 8:30AM

Cedarcrest High School science students and Honors Science Researchers Thorsen Wehr, a sophomore, and Isaac Harper, a freshman, returned from Phoenix, Ariz., and the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair as International Winners. The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public and the world's largest international pre-college science competition, is the premier global science competition for students in grades 9–12. This year, the science collaboration provided a forum for nearly 1,700 high school finalists from 70 countries, regions, and territories to display their independent research.

Fall City's Katherine Jamerson graduates from Corban University

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 8:31AM

On May 4, Fall City resident Katherine Jamerson graduated with Corban University’s class of 2013 in Salem, Ore. Jamerson received a Bachelor of Science Degree in English and History.

Guided Greenway hikes explore Rattlesnake Mtn, Snoqualmie tunnel

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 8:32AM

Two “Explore the Greenway” trips bring hikers and bicyclists outdoors to explore some of the scenic and wonderful places in the Mountains to Sound Greenway. In the Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride and BBQ, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 29, discover the 2-mile tunnel underneath Snoqualmie Pass, a remnant of railroad history. The biking trip will take riders through the tunnel’s cool darkness onto a 20-mile stretch in Iron Horse State Park, providing majestic views of the Cascades and a barbeque at Rattlesnake Lake.

Interested in a health care career? Spacelabs hosts job fair

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 8:25AM

Spacelabs Healthcare hosts a job fair this week, 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, at 35301 S.E. Center St., Snoqualmie. This open-house style event will be informal, giving local job seekers the opportunity to talk to hiring managers, tour the business' new Snoqualmie facility and see how Spacelabs is making a difference by delivering innovative healthcare solutions to more than 100 countries around the world.

Tickets, please! Thomas the Tank Engine arriving at Train Museum in Snoqualmie

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 2:52PM

Day Out With Thomas, the very popular family event that brings Thomas the Tank Engine up close with young rail fans, chugs into Snoqualmie on two weekends, July 12 to 14 and 19 to 21. The day features a 25-minute train ride with Thomas to the top of Snoqualmie Falls. Families can meet Sir Topham Hat, enjoy live music, operating model trains, food, games, storytelling, a puppet show, motor car rides, a clown, and explore the historic depot.

Fun for all at Fall City Days: A Valley Record photo gallery

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 3:29PM

Children chomped fast and furiously during the Young Life watermelon eating contest, which returned in all its messy glory Saturday afternoon, June 15, to Olive Taylor Quigley Park, as part of a hopping Fall City Days. “It was a total success,” says Young Life staffer Michelle Carnes, who helped organize the event as part of a new crop of volunteers. “The kids that won were the kids that attacked the watermelon and had juice coming off of their nose," she said.

Back to nature: Snoqualmie Valley youth explore Olallie's ecology

  • Jun 18, 2013 at 4:00PM

It's a day out of school, but not a day off from learning. Every year, the fifth grade class of Fall City Elementary School, and the AP Biology class at Mount Si High School get together at Olallie State Park for an exploration of insects, animals, plants and all types of biodiversity, and learn together. "The kids learn so much more by listening to other kids," explained Mount Si science teacher Andrew Rapin, who coordinates the Outdoor Classroom program each year with Fall City teachers Cassie McLellan, Barb Van Oeveren, Cheryl Coleman and Melissa Danberg. Outdoor Classroom, also supported by Nature Vision, is a series of learning stations scattered throughout the park, where high school students teach groups of fifth graders about their particular subject, ecology, adaptation, survival skills, and so on.

Chamber Golf Classic returns to Sno Falls course June 28

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:52AM

Snoquamie Valley Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Snoqualmie Valley Classic Golf Tournament is 2 p.m. Friday, June 28, at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course in Fall City. The tournament is a four-player scramble. Golfers can check in beginning at 12:30 p.m., and play starts at 2 p.m. Singles and doubles are welcome, as they will be grouped into foursomes. The cost for individual players is $99, which includes green fee, a cart, dinner, and a raffle ticket.

Hauglies, Donaldson headed to Chicago conference

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:33AM

Kevin Hauglie, Fall City resident, has qualified as a championship agent by Farmers Insurance for his performance. His daughter and licensed agent, Angela Donaldson, also qualified to attend the agency's Championship Conference alongside him. She is the only agency producer to qualify in the State of Washington for this achievement.

Fall City's Drew Arenth marries Breese McIlvaine

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:39AM

Robert and Deborah Arenth announced the marriage of their son Drew Robert to Breese McIlvaine on Saturday, May 4. The ceremony took place at Longview Farm, in Accokeek, Md., home of the bride’s parents, Stevenson McIlvaine and Penelope Breese. The groomsmen included friends from Fall City Elementary days—Andrew Bishop, Dan Corlett and Benjamin Fels. The wedding was truly an international event with guests attending from Germany, France, England and Kenya.

Eastside Fire and Rescue focuses on mental health for Fire Safety Week

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:31AM

Eastside Fire and Rescue observes International Fire/EMS Safety Week this week, through June 22. This year’s theme, “Saving Our Own…An Inside Job,” focuses on the need for greater mental and emotional health efforts. According to EFR, behavioral health issues often go undetected. Suicide is the fourth-leading cause of death among caucasian men ages 35-50; it is the second leading cause of death among caucasian men ages 20-34. These are the two demographic groups in which most U.S. firefighters fall.

Finally Friday: Hitting the Snoqualmie Arts Walk

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:52AM

Downtown Snoqualmie is becoming a showcase for the arts. Above, Lanice Gillard, Kay Boyle and Laurie Hauglie admire quilts hung in the Hauglie Insurance office in downtown Snoqualmie during the May 31 Art Walk. The Snoqualmie Arts Commission holds its next Art Walk, "Finally Friday," 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 28, in downtown Snoqualmie. More than 95 artists will take part. Mount Si Artist Guild works will be up for display and sale. There will be art demos, live music and performances, and refreshment.

Shred Day: Purge the files Friday at North Bend's City Hall

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 9:54AM

The city of North Bend is hosting a free community shred event, 8 a.m. to noon, Friday, June 21, at City Hall, 211 Main Ave. N., in the parking lot at Second Avenue and Main Street. Clear out your filing cabinets, closets, home offices and basements, and help the environment at the same time. Shredding sensitive documents can help reduce your risk of becoming an identity theft victim by keeping your personal information out of the hands of criminals.

Safety concerns: Follow-up meeting is Thursday in North Bend

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 10:54AM

Following a well-attended May 16 community meeting on crime and public safety, the city of North Bend is planning to host a series of monthly meetings on related subjects. The next meeting, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Mount Si Senior Center, will focus on home security. The topics of future meetings could include many of the subjects touched on at the first meeting, including crime prevention, homeless issues and the homeless shelter, and drug use. Meetings will be the third Thursday of each month, and will conclude with a discussion of the next topic to cover.

Retirement open house for Riverview superintendent Conrad Robertson

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 10:49AM

The Riverview School District is hosting an open house, 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at the Educational Service Center in Duvall, to honor retiring superintendent Conrad Robertson. All are invited for cake and punch and to bid farewell to Robertson, who’s been with the district for 12 years.

North Bend's Save Our Theatre benefit on screen tonight

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 10:52AM

Friends and staff of North Bend Theatre host a fundraiser for the Save Our Theatre Project, starting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, at the theater. A meal and silent auction wraps up with a movie at 7 p.m.; Valley photographer Mary Miller will commemorate the occasion. Tickets are $10, and include a movie, soda and popcorn. Food includes pulled pork sandwiches and pizza by the slice.

Rise and Shine: Community Network names 33 award winners who help families, kids

  • Jun 19, 2013 at 11:06AM

Seven years ago, Bruce Robinson accidentally stepped off a two-story roof, and shattered the bones in both of his feet. His job as a construction supervisor was over. Robinson could either take a desk job or move onto something else. Robinson opted to move on, finding himself behind the wheel of a school bus. A typical day for Robinson begins at 5 a.m., when, decked out in a brightly colored shirt and Mickey Mouse watch, he drives through the Valley, taking special needs children to school. For kids who have it a bit rough, Robinson is someone who can be trusted.

North Bend to hold focus group on planned civic center

  • Jun 20, 2013 at 2:40PM

For a closer look at a proposed Civic Center project in downtown North Bend, come to the city’s first meeting on the project, 7 p.m., Monday, June 24, at the Mount Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave. S. The event is intended to gather community feedback on options for a new city hall and what it should contain, such as meeting and performance spaces. Light refreshments will be served.

Snoqualmie Council OKs housing fee delay, taller schools, new public defender, cop

  • Jun 20, 2013 at 2:00PM updated Jun 24, 2013 at 9:02AM

Taking action Monday, June 10, Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved a code change allowing for higher elementary and secondary schools in city limits. Ross Bentley, a member of the city's economic development commission, took the podium to champion the change. "We spent a lot of time talking about this subject" in committee, said Bentley. "All the members are in favor of this. If the (high) school should go away because of this issue, that would cause a big economic impact on the city. The number of people coming through town, on their way to schools, is a big part."

The fence fix? Parents call for tighter security at North Bend Elementary School

  • Jun 20, 2013 at 3:02PM

Every school building in the Snoqualmie Valley School District wants to bump up its security levels these days. From a parent-funded electric door pilot project at Fall City Elementary to a proposed fence around the North Bend Elementary School playground, “We have requests from all of the buildings, for things they’d like to do to improve safety,” says district director of business services Ryan Stokes. Granting the requests, though, is more complex than just finding the money.

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