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Opstad elementary students share wisdom in frank talks about bullies

  • Jan 31, 2014 at 4:29PM

All of Opstad Elementary School got involved when trouble came around last fall. The whole school participated in the anti-bullying assembly, “Trouble in Fairytalezania,” by Taproot Theatre, watching the play, laughing at the jokes, summoning a fairy godmother on cue, and taking home the message. Principal Amy Wright, has worked with Taproot Theatre in the past, and knew to expect a positive student response from their show.

Learn curling Monday night at Snoqualmie Library

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 10:48AM

An introduction to the Olympic sport of curling is 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, at the Snoqualmie Library. Learn about the history and origins of the curling with members of the Granite Curling Club and how to get yourself on the ice. There will be a question and answer period along with a chance to handle some equipment, including a rock, broom and curling shoes.

Washington Filmworks to visit

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 3:40PM

Washington Filmworks will be visiting to explore the Snoqualmie Valley and talk about the future of filming movies, TV shows and commercials locally at the March luncheon of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, 11 a.m. Friday, March 21, at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.

February Chamber Luncheon: U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert to talk

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 3:39PM

In February, Congressman Dave Reichert will join the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce to talk about what is happening in Washington D.C. that will affect small business in 2014.

Free tax help through United Way

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 3:45PM

The United Way Free Tax Preparation Campaign runs through April 15. This program helps lower-income individuals and families secure all the refunds and credits that they’re eligible for, including the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Letters | Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank’s statement of principles

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 3:44PM

We are pleased to announce a new community organization, started by neighbors for neighbors. The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is a new, community-based organization dedicated to providing food and key resources to help our neighbors and our community thrive.

Letters | Levies are critical for 
maintaining our schools

  • Feb 3, 2014 at 3:42PM

As current and former members of the Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors, we are united in our endorsement of the measures being placed before voters on the February ballot. Both Proposition No. 1, the Educational Programs and Operations Levy, and Proposition No. 2, the Technology Levy, will renew our investment to support basic education and technology in our schools.

Chimney fire spreads, damages historic Snoqualmie home

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:44PM

A wood stove that was installed inappropriately caused an estimated $50,000 in damage to a single family home in the historic downtown area of Snoqualmie. According to reports from the city, the incident occurred just after noon on Monday, Feb.3 on the 38000 block of Southeast Northern Street.

STEMFEST: High school event focuses on math, science

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:30PM

STEM Fest is 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, at Mount Si High School. Annual event focuses on the high school's science, technology, engineering and math offerings, and is open to all students who will attend Mount Si in 2014-15. Learn why STEM is important, explore the initiative's artistic side, and enter for a chance to win an Xbox One. Guest speaker University of Washington Professor Hélène Martin will discuss the value of programming classes, and inspire students about the possibilities for their futures when they have the right skills.

Enhancing couples' connections topic of Lunch and Learn

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:29PM

The next Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District Lunch and Learn program is noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 6, at Snoqualmie Fire Station, 37600 Snoqualmie Ridge Trail. Speakers Carol and Edwin Morrison of Morrison Counseling Services will discuss ways to enhance the connection between you and your partner. Admission and lunch is free. Space is limited, so register early

Valley hiker killed at Headlee Pass had passion for people

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:40PM

Diane Larson, 36, of Snoqualmie was pursuing her goal of helping children when she fell to her death on a hike Saturday, Jan. 25. The experienced snow-shoer was on her first hike with Climbers with a Purpose, a group raising funds to help refugee children in Burma when she fell, in what fellow climber Will Neiss described as “just one of those freak accidents.”

Three say yes, two no: Snoqualmie school board answers its own bond question

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:39PM

After months of discussing a $216 million bond proposal and how to gauge the community’s support for it, members of the Snoqualmie Valley School Board were each asked for their own answers to their question. “Is this proposal the right one for our school district?” Superinten-dent Joel Aune asked each board member individually during an in-depth work session Jan. 23.

Snoqualmie shines in Green Power Challenge | City lands $40,000 for solar project

  • Feb 4, 2014 at 3:32PM

Snoqualmie has snagged top prize in Puget Sound Energy's yearlong "Take Charge Green Power Challenge," which lasted all of last year. The award of $40,000 will be used to install a solar project at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. The King County city also gained bragging rights as 2013’s "Greenest Town in the Puget Sound."

Snoqualmie Tribe donates $150,000 to Seattle's Daybreak Star Center

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 12:05PM

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has given $150,000 to Seattle’s Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. Daybreak Star opened in 1977, seven years after activists declared “We, the Native Americans, reclaim the land known as Fort Lawson in the name of all American Indians by right of discovery,” thus holding up the U.S.-Indian treaties promise of reversion of surplus military lands to their original owners.

Ten apply for Snoqualmie Hospital Commission

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 1:27PM

Ten applicants put their names in for the vacancy on the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital district board of commissioners. Friday, Jan. 17, was the deadline for interested parties to apply for the commission. The ten are Christopher Ashton, Darryl Wright, Emma Herron, Herschel Backues, Jim Schaffer, Kevin Hauglie, Richard Weber, Robert A. Merikle, Ryan E. Roberts and Sandy Kangas.

Memorial planned for Reva Dalman, longtime North Bend resident, former cafe owner

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 1:28PM

Reva Dalman of North Bend died Saturday, Jan. 25, surrounded by her family. Reva was born January 23, 1932, to Manuel and Lillian Matthews in Rozet, Wyo., and lived there until 1940, when they moved to Cashmere, Wash. They moved to Upper Preston, Wash., in 1945. She attended school in Preston until she completed the seventh grade, then went on Issaquah to attend high school.

Relay for Life to paint the Valley purple with kickoff, Feb. 12

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 2:39PM

The people behind the Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life are enlisting local businesses in their colorful efforts to battle cancer. “Paint the Valley Purple,” a promotional competition for Relay, starts February 1, and runs until the Relay kickoff celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 12. Businesses are challenged to decorate their storefronts in purple, the official color of Relay For Life, and participate in promotional and fundraising activities in support of this year’s Relay For Life event.

Locals to show green-thumb goods at Northwest Flower and Garden Show

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 2:38PM

Valley businesses will tempt gardeners with their wares this weekend at the 26th Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle. Locals making an appearance include garden creators Adam Gorski Landscapes, Inc. of North Bend, and marketplace vendors The Dahlia Barn of North Bend, Good Medicine of Carnation and Eastside Tree Works of Fall City.

Mount Si girls building intensity, confidence, as season nears finale | Photo Gallery

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 2:55PM

The Mount Si girls got so very close to their long-sought conference win Wednesday, Jan. 29. Facing Interlake at their final home game, the Wildcats fell behind, but never by more than a few buckets, to a Saints team blessed with some strong outside shooters. “We wanted to win,” said Camryn Buck, a quiet player who brought her high intensity into battles for the ball.

Powerful new talents shine at Wildcat Idol show | Slideshow

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 3:25PM

Thirteen high school-age performers showed their vocal talents last Friday, Jan. 31, in the second round of the 11th annual Wildcat Idol competition. A vote by the audience of parents, students and community members sent three groups—soloists Sydnee Springer-Simon and Wilkins Melgaard and duo Madelynn Esteb and Emilia Glaser.

Imagine Housing's affordable housing project on Snoqualmie Ridge gets put on hold

  • Feb 5, 2014 at 3:33PM

Plans for a 160-unit affordable housing development on Snoqualmie Ridge are now on hold, indefinitely. The proponent, Imagine Housing, has informed the city of Snoqualmie that it will not be seeking design or permitting approvals for its project for an indefinite period of time.

Mount Si's Cindy Wilson honored as Assistant Principal of the Year

  • Feb 6, 2014 at 12:29PM

Mount Si High School's Cindy Wilson, Assistant Principal and Career and Technical Education (CTE) Director, was recently voted the 2013-14 KingCo 3A Assistant Principal of the Year. Wilson was nominated for her consistently positive and energetic work style. With a four-year commitment to the Freshmen Campus, she helped define its vision and demonstrates steadfast support of its principles.

Three cows die in fast-moving Fall City barn fire | Out of the Past

  • Feb 6, 2014 at 12:34PM

A barn on the Tasche-Schumacher farm, a mile out of Fall City on the Redmond road, was completely destroyed by fire. Mrs. Tasche said the children, playing in the yard just before the dinner hour, noticed smoke. The family hurriedly relocated 30 cattle. Steve, a sixth grader, tried in vain to start a tractor blocking one pen

Here’s why you should support Snoqualmie Valley's school levies

  • Feb 6, 2014 at 12:31PM

Levies are a fact of life in local school districts. For generations, they’ve been a crucial ‘secondary’ funding source for school districts. Voters in the Snoqualmie Valley School District and neighboring Riverview School District are asked to approve, renew and boost their local school levies, by voting yes and returning their ballots by mail before election day, Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Protect our children's learning; Vote yes on levies

  • Feb 6, 2014 at 12:30PM

Our Snoqualmie Valley School District depends heavily upon local funding for hiring teachers, improving their effectiveness, school supplies, and other school operational expenses. About one quarter of the district operations budget comes from our local taxpayers, and approval for that must be reapproved every six years by voters.

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