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Passion for vintage Snoqualmie’s Joey MacArthur and Tami Smith bring finds to life | Photo gallery

  • Sep 26, 2014 at 3:34PM

Joey MacArthur grits his teeth and lifts nearly 100 pounds of solid, rusty metal from atop a stack of tables. Once, perhaps a century ago, this ochre-tinged iron hay bale pulley, shuttled huge bales of hay inside a Northwest barn. Today, it’s one of the prides of the collection at the Wild Hare Vintage and Antiques in Snoqualmie, where Joey and his partner Tami Smith buy and sell finds. Like many treasures, though, it’s here today, and gone tomorrow. That’s by design, says Tami.

Disorderly drunks make a mess in Snoqualmie; hippie gathering, donkey roundup | Valley police, fire calls

  • Sep 26, 2014 at 3:50PM

Drunk and disorderly: At 2: a.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, Snoqualmie police received noise complaints at Southeast Swenson Drive and Snoqualmie Parkway, Snoqualmie. Two men were reported standing under streetlights, vomiting, peeing on the sidewalk, then stomping in the road while making animal sounds. Police contacted the subjects, who were both of legal drinking age, and warned them about the city’s noise and disorderly conduct rules, before driving them to their home.

Public workshop for Snoqualmie watershed planning efforts

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 1:37PM

King County is hosting a public workshop, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3, at the Preston Community Center to inform and invite comments on the progress of its collaborative watershed planning efforts.

Hospital Lunch and Learn lightens emotional load

  • 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.”

Lower Valley support group helps caregivers

  • 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.

What makes a business ‘the best’? Go behind the votes in the annual ‘Best of the Valley’ competition

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 2:18PM

It’s that time again, when I break out the pen and sign dozens of ‘Best of the Valley’ prize certificates. It’s great how people take our annual contest so seriously, and interesting to see how the results change, year to year.

Tribe announces donations to Valley organizations

  • 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.

Valley cops, families take part in Polar Plunge

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 2:21PM

Valley police and their family members, including, from left, Megan McCulley, Peyton McCulley, Lynn McCulley, Chief McCulley, Officer James Sherwood, and his wife Rebecca Sherwood take part in the Washington Special Olympics Polar Plunge at Lake Sammamish, Saturday, March 15, at Idylwood Park in Redmond.

Mount Si girls golf growing experience; Dorn, Maralack co-medal at jamboree | Photo Gallery

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 2:53PM

The Mount Si High School girls golf team got a taste of competition last week, competing in early-season jamborees. Mount Si won on Thursday, March 27, in a four-team round robin at Mount Si Golf Course. The Wildcats led on points, 240 to Interlake’s 265, Liberty’s 259 and Mercer Island’s 278. Sophomore Caitlin Maralack tied with senior Tabitha Dorn for a score of 43 on the par-36 nine holes. Bianca Backman shot a 47, Kara Murray shot a 48, Ashley Miller shot 59 and Rachel Warnke shot for 71.

Relief for Oso: Valley comes together to help massive mudslide’s victims

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 2:39PM

Child fundraisers and adult volunteers in the Valley are trying to help victims of the Oso mudslide in Snohomish County. At least 27 have died and 22 people are still believed missing following the slide, which happened at 10:37 a.m. on Saturday, March 22. A hillside above a neighborhood about four miles east of the town gave way, burying 50 properties over a square mile in earth and debris.

Public worker: Snoqualmie’s Dan Marcinko gets nod for Best City Employee

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 2:22PM

Dan Marcinko, Snoqualmie’s friendly, enthusiastic Public Works Director, was named Best City Employee in the 2014 Best of the Valley poll. The ex-Midwesterner joined the city team in March of 2009, and has overseen the ongoing transformation of the historic downtown, among many projects and duties. Below, he shares his approach and philosophy.

Little Town Blues dinner helps send band to NY

  • Apr 1, 2014 at 4:14PM

A fundraiser event helps send 20 Mount Si Jazz Band students to New York City for the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival, 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, at Boxley’s Place in North Bend.

McLauchlin’s rowing team takes second

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 12:50PM

Abigail McLauchlin, a college rower and 2013 graduate of Mount Si High School, competed in the Longhorn Invitational over the March 22 weekend for the University of San Diego Women’s Rowing Team. McLauchlin, who is a freshman, rowed in the First Varsity 4. Her team finished second at the event, six seconds behind first place Yale, who is ranked sixth in the country.

Cedarcrest girls basketball team's all-league selections

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 12:50PM

Cedarcrest’s varsity girls team received plentiful inclusion in their league’s All-Cascade team selections this winter. Senior guard Susan Kenney was chosen as most valuable player of the league, senior guard Kalee Fowler was picked for the first-team all league and junior guard Megan Ditore was selected for the second-team all league.

Whoa, already, with the road rage

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 12:51PM

The calls are starting to stand out. If you pay attention to the police blotter, maybe you’ve noticed that a few folks need to take a chill pill before hitting the gas. On Tuesday, March 11, a man got out of his car in North Bend and chased another driver with a 2X4, after the person in front didn’t let him through a locking security gate at a local storage facility. The caller managed to outrun his lumber-brandishing pursuer.

REF awards record $69,000 to RSD schools

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 12:51PM

The Riverview Education Foundation (REF) recently awarded 39 grants to the Riverview School District, totaling nearly $55,000 and bringing the combined grants over the past year to $69,169, the most money ever awarded by the foundation in a fiscal year.

Vantage points: Shutterbugs find new ways to see the Valley’s scenic beauty

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 1:50PM

As caretaker of the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, Brian Scott has a special vantage point on Snoqualmie Falls and the surrounding Valley. “From the scenic to wildlife to the yearly productions the theater puts on,” he says, “having a camera on hand opens the eye to see what it might not normally.” From the small hill behind his house, he snapped the winning photo in this year’s Amateur Photo Contest—a view of winter color on Snoqualmie Falls.

Best of the Valley 2014 | Full results, winners

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 2:05PM

The residents have voted, and the results are out. The 2014 Best of the Valley winners and finalists include:

Capturing memories: Contest winners reflect on people photography

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 2:49PM

Fall City native Cathy Harris won first place in the people category for the photo of her son John, pond-skimming on skis at the Summit at Snoqualmie. “Last year my older son did it and made it across,” Harris told the Record. “This year, my younger son had to try it. He too made it across! Bragging rights!”

A brief encounter: Amateur Photo Contest's animal snapshots

  • Apr 2, 2014 at 3:00PM

Alan Hendrickson of North Bend won first place in the animal category for his shot, above, of a snowshoe rabbit on Stevens Pass. “We are beginner snowshoe enthusiasts, and normally go to Snoqualmie Pass,” Hendrickson told the Record in an e-mail. “But rain in the pass sent us toward Stevens for a new adventure. My new Nikon D7100 around my neck, we had just stopped for a sip of water, and this little cutie crawled out from under a tree.

Volunteers needed for Camp Korey 5K

  • Sep 29, 2014 at 4:07PM

Volunteers are needed to help staff the new Color Me Rad 5K race, coming to Camp Korey in Carnation on Saturday, Oct. 4.

Letters | Slaughter of horses 
from U.S. must stop

  • Sep 29, 2014 at 4:09PM

I am writing to raise awareness of the brutal, unsafe, and irresponsible practice of horse slaughter.

Welcome, everyone: Official opening for the new North Bend Visitor Information Center | Photo gallery

  • Oct 2, 2014 at 1:00PM

North Bend’s new Visitor Information Center was officially unveiled on Saturday, Sept. 13. The new tourist stop and art gallery won’t just stoke newcomers’ interests in the city and its natural attractions. It’s also part of downtown’s new outlook.

Halloween fun for cheap: Costume Swap Day in Carnation, Duvall is this weekend, next

  • Oct 2, 2014 at 1:34PM

Halloween comes just once a year. As a result Halloween costumes, well, they get worn one time— maybe twice if there’s a younger sibling willing to wear it another year. Chances are your costumes are still in good enough shape to pass them along to another child. From that simple idea, every kid’s favorite holiday just got more parent- and planet-friendly, thanks to Costume Swap Day, hosted by local businesses and Macaroni Kid.

Snoqualmie Elementary students get ready for big Walkathon

  • Oct 3, 2014 at 8:00AM

Snoqualmie Elementary School is getting prepared for their annual Walk-A-Thon, Thursday, Oct. 16. This event is filled with school spirit and friendly competition, as children walk as many laps as they can, and raise money doing it. Last year, students raised over $43,000 for the school. Local businesses are asked to help and donate.

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