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MSHS continues to remember the fallen

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

On Sept. 8, 1967, an American flag and memorial were installed at the end of the football field at Mount Si High School to honor three of the school's alumni who had fallen during the Vietnam War. If you would like to make donations to this project, please send your tax-deductible donation to Mount Si High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 1755, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

MSHS continues to remember the fallen

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

On Sept. 8, 1967, an American flag and memorial were installed at the end of the football field at Mount Si High School to honor three of the school's alumni who had fallen during the Vietnam War. If you would like to make donations to this project, please send your tax-deductible donation to Mount Si High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 1755, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

MSHS continues to remember the fallen

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

On Sept. 8, 1967, an American flag and memorial were installed at the end of the football field at Mount Si High School to honor three of the school's alumni who had fallen during the Vietnam War. If you would like to make donations to this project, please send your tax-deductible donation to Mount Si High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 1755, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

MSHS continues to remember the fallen

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

On Sept. 8, 1967, an American flag and memorial were installed at the end of the football field at Mount Si High School to honor three of the school's alumni who had fallen during the Vietnam War. If you would like to make donations to this project, please send your tax-deductible donation to Mount Si High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 1755, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

MSHS continues to remember the fallen

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

On Sept. 8, 1967, an American flag and memorial were installed at the end of the football field at Mount Si High School to honor three of the school's alumni who had fallen during the Vietnam War. If you would like to make donations to this project, please send your tax-deductible donation to Mount Si High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 1755, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

Two small earthquakes shake the Valley

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

Two short, small earthquakes rattled the Valley last week.
Just before 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, residents across the Valley felt a small, brief rumbling.

Park-and-ride proposal

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:32AM

Ron Garrow, North Bend's public works director, looks at a map of potential alternate locations for the proposed park-and-ride lot in the city. North Bend held an open house at the Mount Si Senior Center on Monday, Feb. 6, for citizens to comment on the proposal for a lot. Garrow and other representatives from the city moved their presentation out to the bus stop by the senior center to catch bus passengers as they got off the bus. Garrow said the maps will be displayed at North Bend City Hall prior to a public hearing that will be held at the North Bend City Council meeting on Feb. 21.
The site that is currently proposed for the lot is at the intersection of West North Bend Way and Sydney Avenue North.

City may up water, sewer rates

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

The North Bend City Council is considering an increase in water and sewer utility rates.

Initial results show three school levies passing

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Initial results from the Feb. 7 special election indicate that all three levies proposed by the school district will pass. Final results will be available Feb. 17.

Salish chef to appear on KCTS fund-raising show

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Infused with chestnuts, candied apples, vanilla and cinnamon, Salish Lodge & Spa executive chef Roy Breiman called his chestnut apple soup soothing and romantic with a nutty, earthy and spicy flavor perfect for the winter weather.

Huge 'loss' for Mount Si grad

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

At about 6 feet and 251 pounds, former North Bend resident Nick Keeler knew he had to do something about his weight.
His fiance Lael, carrying 164 pounds on her tiny frame and having a family history of high cholesterol, felt the same way.

Gypsy swing is on the 'menu' for Arts Live

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

"Hot Club" is a genre of swing music made famous by hot jazz string bands in the early decades of the 20th Century.

Huge 'loss' for Mount Si grad

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

At about 6 feet and 251 pounds, former North Bend resident Nick Keeler knew he had to do something about his weight.
His fiance Lael, carrying 164 pounds on her tiny frame and having a family history of high cholesterol, felt the same way.

Railroad museum right on track

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

The foundation has been poured and the walls will soon be going up on the Northwest Railway Museum's Conservation and Restoration Center.

Railroad museum right on track

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

The foundation has been poured and the walls will soon be going up on the Northwest Railway Museum's Conservation and Restoration Center.

Once lost, but now found

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Star Roestel of North Bend stands with her horse, Jocko. On Feb. 9, Roestel was riding Jocko, who is a colt, and was planning to meet some friends near Rattlesnake Lake. Jocko got spooked and bucked her into a puddle. When she was able to stand up, Jocko was gone and she couldn't tell which direction he had gone. She called the friends she had planned to meet, Kathleen Durham, Robin Dale and Susie Presnell, and they looked for him for most of the day but wouldn't let Roestel help because she had hurt herself when she fell. That night, Roestel went out and looked for him with the help of a full moon. She spent the next two days searching. Finally, on the third day that Jocko was missing, Roestel ran across three mountain bikers from Minnesota who had seen Jocko. They helped her look and they found Jocko shortly thereafter, looking thinner but still healthy. Jocko still had his bit, bridle and saddle. Roestel said, "I just thank [the bikers] so much."

Relay team keeps woman's memory alive

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

When the playground project at Opstad Elementary first began to develop a few years ago, project manager Caroline Loudenback wanted student input, so she asked the Opstad teachers to ask their students what they liked to do at recess.

Longtime resident reaches 104th

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Snoqualmie resident Izetta Marie Renton bought her first home in the Valley for $900. Purchased in the 1920s, the house still stands in Snoqualmie today, though she hasn't lived there for years.

Longtime public servant steps down from her most recent post

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

After more than 20 years devoted to public service, Snoqualmie resident Colleen Johnson stepped down from the most recent post that she has held for the past three years on the Snoqualmie Planning Commission on Dec. 5. Her term officially ended in October 2005.

Playing Cupid

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Jane Stanley delivers Valentine's Day balloon bouquets on Feb. 14. Stanley delivered the balloons for $3 to anyone in North Bend in order to raise money for the resident council fund at Mount Si Transitional Health Center in North Bend. The council will use the $327 raised to help purchase a new large-screen television for the facility.

Commemorative sign gets fixed up

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:31AM

Meadowbrook Farm board member Dave Olson stands with the Mountains to Sound Greenway sign at the site of the Riverside community of the old mill town of Snoqualmie Falls, which is within the Sycamore Corridor on Reinig Road. The board rescued the sign, which had snapped off at the base, and added new legs.

Open for business

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:30AM

Valley residents can now shop at new Village Foods IGA

Open for business

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:30AM

Valley residents can now shop at new Village Foods IGA

Open for business

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:30AM

Valley residents can now shop at new Village Foods IGA

Bring on the tourists!

  • Oct 2, 2008 at 10:30AM

For the city of Snoqualmie, tourism is quickly becoming a hot topic - if it wasn't one already - as it continues to expand its resources to draw in tourists and keep them in the city.

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