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- Sep 30, 2013 at 5:30PM
The King County Flood Warning Center opened, then closed Monday, Sept. 30, monitoring minor flood conditions on the Snoqualmie River. The Flood Warning Center opened at 11:45 a.m. Monday, following a day of steady rainfall that brought the Snoqualmie River up to a Phase II flood alert level.
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:05PM
This year marks IGNITE Dance And Yoga's third year performing in Snoqualmie Ridge's "Night On A Dark Trail." All ages come together to dance to "Thriller," and several community rehearsals are planned at IGNITE: • 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6;
Real country: Mount Si XC runners test their skills on a challenging home course | Valley Record Photo Gallery
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:26PM
The final approach through the tall grass was the biggest challenge for boys leader Devin Sharp. The senior, who finished first for Mount Si with a time of 18:36, 10th overall against Juanita and Sammamish on Wednesday, Sept. 25, had his first run on the course at Mountain Meadows Farm in North Bend. It’s the second year for the team on this scenic, rural location, and it tested Sharp and the rest of the team in many ways. At Mountain Meadows, bracing scenery competed for attention with tall grass and molehills.
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:06PM
The city of Duvall has ended contract negotiations with Carnation for shared police services between the two cities. Carnation City Manager Ken Carter confirmed Tuesday, Oct. 1, that the contract, which expires Dec. 31, will not be renegotiated. Citing an overworked police force and difficulties in recruiting new officers, Duvall Mayor Will Ibershof had recommended to the Duvall City Council at its Sept. 26 meeting to end negotiations. Several council members expressed concern that they hadn’t known earlier about the staffing difficulties, but none opposed ending the negotiations.
Taming the waters: Navigating the shifting world of flood insurance with forum organizer Angie Donaldson
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:08PM
Imagine you are holding a milkshake. Test its consistency by scooping up a spoonful and letting it drip back into the glass. Or, just dump it onto the floor and watch it splatter. What does it look like—a thick, blobby smear, or a watery splash on the floor and walls? Be specific, because your decision could be the difference between a flood insurance claim that’s covered, and one that’s rejected. Although that’s not exactly how claims are resolved, the milkshake imagery is part of flood insurance training, says Elizabeth Gildersleeve.
One stroke at a time, swimmers making gains on Wildcats’ inaugural squad | Valley Record Photo Gallery
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:13PM
Ashley Cole blasts into the water from the board, chasing the clock in this relay race. A good start means a better time for Cole, a Mount Si sophomore motivated by both team spirit, fitness and a personal drive. “I’m trying to improve,” says Cole. Like the rest of this brand new Valley swim team, she’s succeeding, one stroke at a time.
- Oct 1, 2013 at 4:15PM
Option A squared off against Plan B Thursday evening, in the school bond arena. In one corner, the eight-year, $200 million proposal to build a sixth elementary school and remodel Mount Si High School over the next decade, better known as Option A, looked like the heavyweight. In the opposite corner, challenger Plan B, at $30 million for a sixth elementary school only was no featherweight, but it looked like one in contrast.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 10:12AM
All new and expecting parents are invited to a PEPS While You Are Waiting informational session, 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8. PEPS is a 30-year-old local non profit helping parents to connect and grow as they begin their journey into parenthood. Serving thousands of families annually, PEPS parent support programs educate, inform and create community.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:28AM
Local businesses Small Threads for Kids, the CleanScapes Store, and Adventure Kids Playcare are partnering with family-friendly website Macaroni Kid Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah to bring the national event to Issaquah for the fourth year. Children get new-to-them costumes, and parents get to save money and the planet.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:24AM
In 2012, nearly 60,000 bicyclists and pedestrians using the roads and sidewalks were counted, according to volunteer counts across Washington State, but there are no records for Snoqualmie in 2012 because no one was out counting. This year, the Snoqualmie Planning Department hopes to change that.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:49AM
Salish Lodge & Spa recently unveiled The Hidden Terrace, a new space that will host Yoga by The Falls, private events and spa treatments. This temperature controlled canvas and glass enclosed tent sits atop the 268-foot waterfall and creates an outdoor experience while providing protection from the elements when necessary on that cool or wet Northwest day.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:29AM
Cedarcrest’s cross country squad competed Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Bellevue Invite at Lake Sammamish State Park. With rain falling for all six hours of the event, the grass turned to mud, puddles got big and feet got wet, and with hundreds of runners taking part, conditions got worse as the day got long.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:31AM
The Mount Si varsity volleyball squad is 4-1 in league, 8-4 overall after beating Bellevue on the road, Wednesday, Sept. 25. Mount Si won 25-22, 20-25, 25-23, 21-25, 15-13. Standout performances included Lindsay Carr’s 29 kills, three aces and 10 digs, Anna McCreadie’s 16 kills and four digs, and Courtney Carr’s two kills, 46 assists, and three digs.
- Oct 2, 2013 at 11:25AM
Robert Coats, of Kinsey Street Online Marketing, is the newest Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce member. Kinsey Street Online Marketing is a full-service pay per click management agency serving non-profits, government agencies and businesses
- Oct 2, 2013 at 2:15PM
The Mount Si Senior Center in North Bend will host a remembrance event, 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, for the center's former director BJ Libby. Libby, died Sept. 21. She had been the director of the center since November, 2011. Libby died on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Opinion | Trading convenience for security at Valley schools, or why North Bend Elementary’s Claggett Field was fenced
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:33AM
Times change, even for what is, for me, North Bend’s coolest place. Back when I lived in downtown North Bend, the open field between Two Rivers School and North Bend Elementary, also known as Claggett Field, was the most idyllic spot in town. True, it didn’t have EJ Roberts’ dry creek or walking path, or Si View’s public amenities. But it was closer to home, and its row of stately firs beckoned for book reads and Frisbee games on summer afternoons.
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:45AM
North Bend artist Leslie Nan Moon is showing her works at the Sammamish Arts Fair, the weekend of October 12 and 13 at Sammamish City Hall and Library. She will set up a demo area to teach people about her medium, printmaking, allowing visitors to try their hand at carving into a block. Admission is free.
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:31AM
The following stories made the news in the Valley 50 and 25 years ago, as found in the Snoqualmie Valley Record archives: • Somewhere, nine flags that should be flying over Mount Si Golf Course are stashed where they shouldn’t be. The flags and poles were stolen Saturday night and hastily replaced to give golfers their targets.
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:32AM
Valley Animal Partners hosts its fourth annual Chili Showdown, Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Snoqualmie Eagles Lodge. Locals are invited to enter their six quarts of their homemade chili into the cookoff. All proceeds from the nonprofit event benefit pets of Valley residents.
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:40AM
PlayOn!, a new area chamber music ensemble, hosts a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, at Snoqualmie United Methodist Church, 38701 S.E. River St., Snoqualmie. Hear music by Schubert, Mahler, Milhaud, Barber and Barab. Mary Jo DuGaw as vocalist, Mary Cantor on clarinet, Kristoff Iverson on piano, Martha Garrett on violin, and RoseMarie Tamburri on piano, all interspersed with poetry read by actor David Ketter.
- Oct 3, 2013 at 10:48AM
Success is less about having the right answers than it is about asking the right questions. Doubters, just take a look at Julie Steil. She started filming her own television show this spring. The Fall City woman wholesales most of her specialty cheeses to chefs in Seattle-area restaurants, and opens a retail shop on weekends. She sells out anyway, since she teaches cheese-making and students clear the shelves of, among other things, cheese-making supplies and her home-made cheesecake.
Fast hands, faster eyes: Wildcat volleyball's foundation focus earns a win in hard battle with Patriots | Photo gallery
- Oct 3, 2013 at 1:22PM
The Mount Si varsity volleyball team found the strength to overcome early struggles against a physical Liberty team and battle to a hard-fought win last night, Wednesday, Oct. 2. Team leader Lindsay Carr got the final kill for 15 points in the last, fifth round at home against the Patriots.
- Apr 1, 2014 at 1:30PM
The Sno-Valley Senior Center offers a free caregiver support group on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting date is April 10. If you are caring for someone with memory loss, you can learn, share and gain emotional support at this group.
- Apr 1, 2014 at 1:36PM
The next Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District Lunch and Learn, at noon Thursday, April 3, will focus on ways to “Lighten the Emotional Load.”
- Apr 1, 2014 at 1:36PM
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has recently made another round of donations in support of Snoqualmie Valley organizations. Among donations, $12,500 went to the Mount Si High School Boosters Clubs, shared among the softball, PTSA, sheer squad, girls soccer, and football clubs. To date, the Mount Si High School Boosters Clubs have received over $74,000 in charitable donations from the Tribe.