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Schedule set for Cedarcrest spring sports

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:29AM

Cedarcrest High School's spring sports schedule include baseball, fastpitch, track and field, boys soccer and golf

Seniors set big goals for Mount Si track and field

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:51AM

After three seasons, senior Jesse Guyer knows how the athletes around her interact. “Every year, there are different groups of people, so you can expect different outcomes,” said the four-year Mount Si track athlete. Amid the big group taking the field in track, “you find your little group.”

Dynamic duos: Mount Si girls tennis reloads with experienced partners

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:35AM

Expect seniors Peyton McCulley and Olivia Howland to secure the top doubles spot, with competition from Alaina Kinghorn and Hannah Still. McCulley started on varsity as a sophomore. A better doubles than singles player, she says that’s because of her interplay with Howland.

Mount Si girls golf team is about growth, wins

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:48AM

“I want to rock it!” That’s what Caitlyn Maralack, Mount Si girls golfer, has in mind for this year. Maralack is one of the more talented girls to come through the program. She went to state as a freshman last year and took 11th. A golfer since age 8, Maralack knows she can improve on that score.

Mayor: Tribes should play by the same rules as cities

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:36AM

In 2015, the average household in Snoqualmie may have to add $30 to its annual property tax bill in order to assume the tax burden of the Salish Lodge sitting atop Snoqualmie Falls. Is it because the Salish is struggling? No, it is a thriving business. It is because it was purchased by the Muckleshoot Tribe in 2007. And while the Salish’s typical employment and revenue numbers will remain unchanged, the State Legislature is poised to give it a tax break under the guise of economic development. Or, is it simply welfare for the rich?

Woman chokes on a carrot, firefighters and hospital staff save the day

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:42AM

On Thursday, March 13, I called 911. There was a large piece of carrot stuck in my throat from a smoothie I made at home.Within a few short minutes there was a huge fire truck and a SUV in my driveway. There was a wonderful fireman/medic in the big truck and the fire chief in the SUV. The fire chief drive me to Snoqualmie hospital, while I was gagging all the while he was cheering me up by saying what a beautiful, sunny day it was.

Growing young minds: Mount Si High School horticulture instructor Nick Kurka is Educator of the Year

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:41AM

Nick Kurka, horticulture teacher at Mount Si High School, has been teaching students for 13 years, 11 of them at Mount Si. Named one of four Educators of the Year for 2014 by the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation, Kurka below answers questions about his approach. Kurka’s original degrees were in water supply and wastewater technologies, from Green River Community College, and he received his Career and Technical Education (CTE) certification from Bates College through Pacific University.

It’s going to be all of us: Team dynamics of Mount Si boys soccer

  • Mar 24, 2014 at 9:34AM

The Mount Si boys soccer team is young this year, but has experience where it needs it. Among those with the most varsity time under their belts is center-midfielder Aaron Baumgardner, a multi-year starter who is Pacific Lutheran University-bound. A defensive player on his club team, Baumgardner does it all and expects to get up top.

One more sign of spring: studded-tire deadline looms

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 2:50PM

The Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers to remove their studded tires by midnight, March 31. Unless WSDOT grants a weather-related extension, studded tires are only legal in Washington from Nov. 1 to March 31.

Fun run, breakfast to help Carnation's summer campers

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 2:53PM

The 4th annual Camp Gilead River Run 5K & Pancake Breakfast is 9 a.m. Monday, May 26, at Camp Gilead, 30919 N.E. Carnation Farm Rd., Carnation. All proceeds benefit camper scholarships, helping children experience summer camp.

Riverview school district alerts parents to cold medicine abuse dangers

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 3:59PM

It's not a new drug, and it's not illegal, but Coricidin HBP is the subject of school officials' recent warnings to parents. According to a Feb. 11 announcement from Cedarcrest High School in the Riverview School District, three students had an adverse reaction to the then-unknown drug, after consuming it in a manner different from manufacturer's directions. Emergency services were called to treat the students, whose symptoms included nausea, dilated pupils, agitation and feeling extremely warm.

Ryan Roberts chosen as hospital commissioner

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 3:24PM

The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board of Commissioners appointed Ryan Roberts to fill its open commissioner seat in a 3 to 1 vote at the March 20 special meeting. Commissioners Joan Young, Dave Speikers and Dariel Norris voted for Roberts. Gene Pollard was opposed.

Best community volunteers chosen by Valley Record readers

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 4:02PM

The question of why never comes up in conversations with the Valley’s top volunteers. The reasons they work so hard, on Relay for Life, on Fall City Days, on the Festival at Mount Si and on preserving local organizations and activities, is simple, obvious even: It’s what you do when you live in a community.

Early-season promise, high energy for Mount Si boys soccer in pair of wins

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 3:57PM

A beaming Bruce Corrie was cheered off the field by teammates after making the key save at the net for Mount Si’s boys soccer team. With seconds left in the contest with 4A Bothell, it was all down to Corrie, the Wildcats’ junior goalkeeper, to prevent the tie. Facing him, Bothell was about to take a penalty kick.

Cedarcrest newcomers show good marks at track jamboree

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 3:23PM

The Cedarcrest High School track team opened its season Thursday, March 20, with a jamboree meet at Bothell High School. “We have quite a bunch of rookies, freshmen and others, this season,” said coach Bruce McDowell in an e-mail. “First meets are always a good opportunity to see what we got. For today’s meet, they certainly didn’t disappoint.”

Meet the new North Bend cops: Dramatic beginning for Snoqualmie Police’s expanded Valley role

  • Mar 26, 2014 at 3:28PM

For the new cops in North Bend, there’s no substitute for boots on the ground. So Snoqualmie Police Chief Steve McCulley had the six officers assigned to his department’s inaugural North Bend police patrol, plus extra officers from the home station, park their cars whenever possible and hit the streets and shops for some old-fashioned community policing.

Mount Si ASB auction is Saturday at Si View

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:26PM

Mount Si High School’s Associated Student Body (ASB) annual fundraiser auction is Saturday, March 29, at Si View Community Center. All the money raised toward the $60,000 goal will go to Mount Si ASB, sports, and clubs. A portion of the price of each ticket sold will benefit the buyers’ designated team or club. All of the auction proceeds will go to ASB, which gets 20 percent, and designated teams or clubs, which get 80 percent.

Valley AIDS Quilt, new park at Tolt; Wearin' of the green once again for Leo Kelley | Out of the Past

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:25PM

• Mother and daughter Margaret and Stephanie McDonald of Carnation have made a panel for the National AIDS Quilt for their late ex-husband and father Bob McDonald, who died of AIDS. He died the previous September, but the women have had a hard time grieving openly, because most people aren’t comfortable talking about AIDS.

'Bat Lady' bringing winged friends to garden meeting

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:23PM

The Wildflowers garden club hosts Barbara the Bat Lady, 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 29 at the Mount Si Senior Center. The club will introduce Barbara Ogaard and several of her bats, in hopes of boosting local understanding of the beneficial animals.

'Laramie Project' play brings powerful aftermath of Shepard killing to Snoqualmie's Black Dog

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:30PM

Snoqualmie’s Theatre Black Dog presents “The Laramie Project,” a play about the reaction to the 1998 beating and murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming. The play’s authors conducted more than 200 interviews with the people of the town of Laramie, in the aftermath of Shepard’s death. “The Laramie Project” is a breathtaking theatrical collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which people are capable.

Snoqualmie's emergency communications team is helping at Oso Mudslide

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:36PM

Members of the Snoqualmie Emergency Communications and Support Team, also known as SECAST, are helping in rescue and recovery operations at the Oso mudslide disaster near Darrington. Volunteers from the Valley are helping with communication support, from the city's Department of Emergency Management communications van. SECAST is part of the large multi-jurisdictional rescue and recovering operation in Snohomish County.

Over the river, through the woods at Valley Center Stage

  • Mar 27, 2014 at 3:31PM

The poignant comedy “Over the River and Through the Woods” opens Thursday, March 27, at Valley Center Stage, and runs through April 12. Nick is a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey. His parents retired and moved to Florida. That doesn’t mean his family isn’t still in Jersey. In fact, he sees both set of his grandparents every Sunday for dinner. But he’s just been offered a dream job. The job he’s been waiting for as a marketing executive would take him to Seatttle and away from his beloved, but annoying, grandparents. The news doesn’t sit so well with them. Thus begins a series of schemes to keep Nick around.

Valley food bank seeks volunteer rescue drivers, distribution help

  • Mar 28, 2014 at 10:41AM

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is looking for two kinds of volunteers. Grocery rescue drivers use their own vehicles to collect food from local grocery stores and bring donations back to the food bank. Distribution volunteers help distribute food to clients on Wednesdays.

The community approach: Former North Bend chief Mark Toner voted top cop

  • Mar 28, 2014 at 11:24AM

This year’s top-rated police officer is a repeat offender, former North Bend Police Chief Mark Toner. Earlier this month, North Bend transitioned to a Snoqualmie Police contract, and Sgt. Toner was reassigned to a patrol area. He’s been in law enforcement for 29 years, the last four and a half in North Bend, and he shared his thoughts on community policing from a vacation beach spot last week:

Open communicator: Sally Rankin-Gabel, of North Bend Montessori, voted Best Teacher in the Valley

  • Mar 28, 2014 at 11:22AM

“I’m just shocked,” Sally Rankin-Gabel said when she learned that she has won both Best Preschool again, as well as Best Teacher in the Valley, beating out teachers at local elementary, middle and high schools. Rankin-Gabel takes a moment to ponder where all this devotion from her families at North Bend Montessori, where she’s taught for 17 years, comes from.

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