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Fat of the land: Forager workshop is tonight at Carnation Library

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:37PM

Meet author Langdon Cook for "Fat of the Land: Adventures of a 21st Century Forager," 7 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, Aug. 20, at Carnation Library. Take a seasonal tour through a year of wild foods in the Pacific Northwest as Cook shares images of wild greens, mushrooms, berries and shellfish and the delicious meals he makes.

Snoqualmie Chamber events: Simply Placed, Smart Cookie, Network for breakfast

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:51PM

Upgrade your business knowledge at upcoming Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce events. The Chamber joins the Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business at its luncheon, 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the North Bend Theatre.

Kidnapping, attempted murder suspect arrested near Snoqualmie Pass

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:45PM

Local sheriff’s deputies averted a tragedy Monday, Aug. 12, when they stopped a kidnapper driving westbound on I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass. Deputies were notified of the search for a man accused of kidnapping a Tukwila woman at knifepoint around 11 a.m., from the 4800 block of South 145th Street in Tukwila. Local police had responded to a reported abduction attempt, then broadcast a description of the suspect’s car throughout the state.

Fall registration begins for Si View programs

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:42PM

Fall Registration opened Friday August 16, for upcoming programs at Si View Metro Parks. Programs range from swim lessons to yoga and dance to karate. Register early to reserve a spot. Also upcoming are family outings such as The Breakdancing Ninja at September Family Night and Haunted House or Pumpkin Swim in October.

Family seeks missing Maple Valley girl, 17, in Snoqualmie

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:53PM

Friends of Sarah M. Streight, 17, of Maple Valley, hung posters in Snoqualmie Friday, Aug. 16, seeking information about the teenage runaway. Streight, who is white, five feet, three inches tall and 117 pounds, with blue eyes and dyed blond hair, was last seen in Snoqualmie with an acquaintance who is a senior at Mount Si High School. She’s been missing from her family since July 25.

Summer days at Si View camp

  • Aug 20, 2013 at 3:41PM

Lily Everett, Shelby Johnson, Delaynie Belknapp and Connor McLain chase Emma Schaff during a game of tag at Si View Community Center during the Si View summer camp. Emma’s mom Clarissa Schaff, at right, leads the children in a Zumba class. Camp programs keep children moving and busy during their break.

Y hosts family soccer events, Coerver Cup, this weekend

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 10:27AM

The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA hosts Soccer in the Park, a family event focused on the sport, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23 and 24. Come ready to play and participate in the Coerver Cup, family activities, bounce houses and skill challenges. This year players aged 8 to 17 can register with their team to participate in the Cup. For more information or to register your team, go to: www.coervercoachingnw.com/coever-cup. Coerver Cup games begin at 4 p.m. on Friday

Food, glorious food: Last weekend for Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater's Oliver!

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 10:29AM

This is the final weekend for the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater 2013 production of "Oliver!" Based the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist and with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart, this story of a lonely orphan boy is a delight for all ages. Oliver’s misadventures begin with leaving the workhouse, working for an undertaker, falling in with pick-pockets and thieves, and finally finding a good home.

Clerks, underage buyers feel the sting on the North Bend liquor sales patrol

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:40PM

Joe the Buyer (not his real name) struck out at six different North Bend stores recently when he tried to buy beer. Clerks quietly, sometimes apologetically, turned the 18-year-old away at groceries, convenience stores and gas stations time and again. The enforcement officers working with him on the sting began to have high hopes for the rest of the night. “If we get no buys tonight, that would be wonderful,” said Liquor Control Board officer Troy McCallister. He’s in street clothes, as is King County Sheriff’s Deputy Amy Jarboe, for the undercover operation, backed up by North Bend Police Chief Sgt. Mark Toner, in uniform.

Official groundbreaking is Thursday for new Jeanne Hansen Community Park

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:31PM

Construction has started for Snoqualmie’s new Jeanne Hansen Community Park at 34226 Southeast Jacobia Street on Snoqualmie Ridge. The park is named for former Snoqualmie Mayor Jeanne Hansen, who served from 1988 through 1995.

Letters | Gun store in North Bend, what’s next?

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:31PM

I was thrilled to see the grand opening of the wonderful new assault weapon boutique perched in the center of family-friendly North Bend. How I’d love to be a fly on the wall (but not in scope range, please) as daddy explains to little Hayley how these weapons are capably used to vaporize living things. Hayley presses her nose to the window and sighs, “I think I’d still rather have a puppy.”

Locals to the rescue: North Bend honors three for saving a life on Mount Si

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:34PM

Hours after her first hike to the top of Mount Si, Marina Druse was back on the mountain again. She and good friend Jake Thompson started out at around 4:30 a.m. July 14, headed again for Haystack Rock, where they’d watched the sun set the previous evening. With them this time was another friend, Adam Thalhofer, but the trio was not on a pleasure hike this time. They were on a rescue mission, to save a man’s life.

Letters | An outpouring of love from family of Melanie Busby Motland

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:33PM

I would like to thank the Valley for the outpouring of their love for my daughter, Melanie Lee Busby Motland, who is now resting in heaven. Special thanks to my brother, Brian; Steve Miller and his staff at North Bend Community Church; the Hines family; her AA family; Marci, Brianna and Missy, for putting together the slideshow; her friends at the Sno Ridge Apartments; my brother Terry, who is Melanie’s godfather; Tom and Mary.

Staying sharp in Snoqualmie | Valley Record's Railroad Days Photo Gallery

  • Aug 21, 2013 at 4:00PM updated Aug 22, 2013 at 11:39AM

There’s a trick to throwing an axe—throwing it well, anyway— and it’s remembering to exhale. Sounds easy enough, but the dozen of us chosen for the honors during the timber sports demonstration put on by David and Annette Moses and family during Saturday’s Railroad Days festivities, can tell you otherwise. “Point your thumbs down the handle.” “Keep your hands together.” “Widen your stance.” “Throw on the exhale.” That’s what I got for training, then they put an axe into my inexpert hands and told me to go for it. And the audience — almost 200 people — got a good laugh, because the only thing I hit on my first two tries was dirt.

Voters approve levies with big margins

  • Feb 12, 2014 at 10:00AM updated Feb 18, 2013 at 9:34AM

All of the school levies on ballots in the Snoqualmie Valley appear to be massing with more than 60 percent support in the Feb. 11 election. In the first round of counting in this all-mail election, Snoqualmie Valley's $16 million Prop. 1, has 4,213 yes votes to 2,240 against. Prop. 2, the district's $2.7 million technology levy, had even stronger support, with 4,312 votes in favor, 2,147 against. Prop. 1's approval is at 65.3 percent, while Prop. 2 has won 66.8 percent approval.

Friends of Youth drive helps kids go back to school

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:29AM

Friends of Youth announces its annual Back-To-School Supply Drive to benefit youth in need in the Snoqualmie, Riverview and Issaquah School Districts. Having all the required supplies to begin the school year can make a tremendous difference in a young person’s confidence and success in school.

Letters | Give freshmen, center a chance to be successful

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:38AM

I am the parent of two fairly recent district graduates who have gone on to thrive in their respective colleges. I was active in my children’s schools at all levels as part of a wave of parents who created wonderful collaborations with school staff and each other to continually improve the school cultures for all involved (students, staff and parents). It was on the whole, a very positive and rewarding experience. I took this last year off to catch my breath but recently attended one of the bond focus groups and have had some conversations about what is going on in our district that seem to be the antithesis of what so many of us worked so hard to create.

Meet the Lions at info meeting, Aug. 27

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:23AM

The Mount Si Lions Club invites all comers to a presentation at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, at Boxley’s in North Bend, all about the Lions Club, its history and how club members serve the community.

Indisputably, undeniably no. 1: Eastside FC's G98 Red girls are nat'l champs

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:31AM

Not since 1996 has a girls’ soccer team from Washington taken the United States Youth Soccer National Championship title, but on July 30, 15 girls from the area did just that. They earned the right to claim the number one spot in U.S. U14 girls’ soccer. Eastside FC’s G98 Red team won the national championship in Kansas. Natalie Weidenbach, an incoming freshman at Mount Si, is a member of the team. These girls were the only Washington team at any age this year to have a shot at the US Youth Soccer national championships.

Valley runners do two-day, all-night Ragnar relay

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:37AM

Twelve young Valley runners raced all day, all night, in the 198-mile Running Relay, part of the Ragnar Relay Series, in Skagit County, Wash., July 19 and 20. Participants included Danielle Curley, Kami Nicolino, Tom Kirby, Paul Nelson, Dominick Canady, Mari Patis, Richard Carmichael, Hunter Franklin, Jason Hinman, Tyler McBride, Seth Houldridge and Spencer Ricks.

Girl Scouts to host old-world dance lessons

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:35AM

Local Girl Scouts host lessons on English country dances for children and adults, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at Sallal Grange in North Bend. Children ages 5 to 10 can get lessons between 10 a.m. and noon. Youth ages 11 to 16 get lessons from 1 to 3 p.m. and adults are welcome any time, all day.

Out of the Past: Gun bust near freeway, jumper talked to safety

  • Aug 22, 2013 at 11:32AM

August 18, 1988: King County Police arrested two men and seized several firearms, drug paraphernalia, several thousand dollars and a small amount of cocaine last Friday in North Bend. Two Whatcom County men were sitting in a 1968 primer-rust-colored Dodge Dart. The bust was due to blind luck, when a county deputy drew up in the gravel lot near the South Fork interchange.

Mount Si exchange students to see German band

  • Feb 18, 2014 at 3:36PM

Forty-five German students from Mount Si High School are going to an international concert. One of Germany’s most popular young indie pop bands, Tonbandgerät (‘Tape Recorder’), make the first stop on a four-week tour through the United States, Sunday, March 4, at Everett’s Civic Auditorium. Admission is free, but registration is required.

Seed saving, gardening event in Carnation March 1

  • Feb 18, 2014 at 3:36PM

Gardeners and small farmers will find more than seeds this year at the Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange and Garden Fair. This fourth annual exchange will be held on Saturday, March 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Sno-Valley Senior Center, 4610 Stephens Ave., Carnation. The all-volunteer event is part of a movement to preserve small-scale, regionally adapted, heirloom and open pollinated seeds.

Letters | Division undermines food bank support

  • Feb 18, 2014 at 3:39PM

As a concerned brother in the Lord and a lifelong resident of our Valley, I am disheartened by recent events pertaining to our local food bank. I do not know all that went into North Bend Community Church asking Mount Si Food Bank to leave, and regardless of whether or not it was just, it happened.

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