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Valley grad Anna Wheeler invited to honorary society

  • Jul 15, 2013 at 10:03AM

Anna Wheeler, a 2010 graduate of Mount Si High School, has been attending the University of Washington since the summer of 2010 and is now entering her senior year. She will graduate with a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences, with a minor in Education and Diversity. On the Dean's List each year, she was recently invited to join Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest honor society.

Deciding to decide: School board agrees to 'vet' full high school remodel option for future bond measure

  • Jul 15, 2013 at 10:24AM

It's time to take action on a new school bond, said three Snoqualmie Valley School Board Directors, plus a handful of citizens at the group's July 11 meeting. By the end of a 2.5-hour discussion, they had, unofficially. Option A, the $200 million scenario that would build a new elementary school by September, 2015, and reconstruct the high school over the next seven years, was the winning choice, but only for further exploration. Board members informally agreed to add an action item to the agenda for their Aug. 15 meeting, calling for further 'vetting' of the proposal.

Letters | Rude move for parking spot

  • Jul 15, 2013 at 10:23AM

On a Monday in June, a 90-year-old friend, Chuck, his caregiver and I went to Mount Si Golf Course to enjoy a late lunch together. Chuck, having suffered numerous strokes, is physically impaired. He is unable to walk without assistance. On arrival, there was a man, in his sixties, loading his 20-pound golf bag in the back of his black BMW SUV in a clearly marked disabled parking spot. He had just finished 18 holes of golf with his pals.

Tie dye, Climbing wall, obstacle course comes to block party

  • Jul 16, 2013 at 3:46PM

Children can explore and engage at the North Bend Block Party, with a number of fun activities. A 20-foot-tall climbing wall is aimed at children 5 and up. Three kids at a time can climb into a harness and climb up the rocky surface. There will also be an inflatable obstacle course for children to explore. Kids can bounce, slide and crawl at the inflatable attraction.

North Bend Block Party | Future Jazz Heads to play

  • Jul 16, 2013 at 3:47PM

Listen to the future of jazz music as presented by talented local student musicians, when the Future Jazz Heads play at 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the Main Stage, located at North Bend Way and Main Street. Future Jazz Heads, who play most Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. at Boxleys, are students from local middle schools and Mount Si High School. They are used to being in front of a live audience, often playing alongside the pros.

'Advocate for the people': Valley Record Q&A with Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson

  • Jul 16, 2013 at 4:01PM

Even as the state tightens its belt, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson wants to do more. Ferguson shared his goals and challenges in consumer protection, privacy, a high-profile discrimination lawsuit and the latest scams, when he met with staff of the Snoqualmie Valley Record, a Sound Publishing newspaper, Wednesday, July 10.

Block Party workout: Mt Si Sports + Fitness instructor Dan Buchtal to give Zumba demos

  • Jul 16, 2013 at 3:00PM updated Jul 18, 2013 at 11:23AM

Dan Buchtal, instructor at Mount Si Sports + Fitness, will get people moving with a Zumba demonstration, 4 p.m. at the Community Stage, located at the corner of North Bend Way and Bendigo Boulevard. Zumba is great exercise, and one of the more popular formats at Mount Si Sports, says owner Ben Cockman.

Hippie style: Make tie-dye shirts at Chaplin’s during North Bend Block Party

  • Jul 16, 2013 at 3:47PM

Children are invited to make their own tie-dyed shirts at a special Block Party booth run by staff from Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet. Shirts will be supplied by Chaplin’s; All you need to do is create your own look. There is a suggested $3 donation.

Injured hiker rescued from Twin Falls after cliff fall

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 11:59AM

A man in his 20s was slightly injured but needed rescuing Monday afternoon when he fell about 40 feet from a cliff he was climbing along the Twin Falls Trail. Rescuers with Eastside Fire and King County Search & Rescue responded to the accident at about 1:40 p.m. Monday, July 14. They found the man a little over a mile from the trailhead, on the bank of the South Fork about 100 feet upstream of the Upper Falls Bridge. He was conscious, but could not hear rescuers when they tried calling his cell phone, because of the noise of the river. He indicated that he'd hurt his head and elbow.

Free chip repairs, child IDs for clients this weekend at Hauglie Insurance

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 11:58AM

Kevin Hauglie Agency will be hosting a Client Appreciation Event this Saturday, July 20, at their Fall City location. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. they will be offering free rock chip repairs in partnership with Safelite Autoglass and free M.I.L.K. digital IDs to their clients, thanking them for their continued support and patronage.

Racing against a ‘silent killer’: Valley resident Caroline Mancini battles ovarian cancer, urges awareness

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 5:17PM

In 2010, when Ames Lake resident Caroline Mancini was training for a three-day walk for breast cancer, she was short of breath and couldn’t climb. She had noticed other health problems – indigestion, bloating and backaches—but put off dealing with them.

North Bend Block Party | Mount Si Senior Center line dancers want the crowd to join in

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 5:12PM

The Mount Si Senior Center line dancing group will be performing the Dance Like No One is Watching line dance demonstration at 5 p.m. Saturday, in front of the Community Stage. Dances could include a waltz, songs from old musicals like “Hello Dolly,” country rock & roll, hip-hop and rap. Performers invite audience members to get up and dance along with them during the last two numbers, the Electric Slide and the Cupid Shuffle. “We want to get people away from the idea that you can only line dance to country,” said Deane Haugen.

A full day of fun: North Bend Block Party Schedule

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 5:07PM

Events and activities are planned on two stages and throughout the downtown block of North Bend for the fourth annual North Bend Block Party. Main Stage, at North Bend Way and Main Ave. • Noon, The Mysterious Fatmen

North Bend Block Party | Protect your family with free child IDs at party booth

  • Jul 17, 2013 at 5:08PM

Families can leave the North Bend Block Party with more than memories—they can come away with tools for safety: My I.D. Club cards. Families can create free laminated identification cards for children, up to age 18, noon to 8 p.m. at the party. My ID Club is a free program of the King County Police Union, in partnership with the North Bend Montessori school.

Minute to win it: Sterling Saving Bank’s goofy games coming to North Bend Block Party

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 9:44AM

Sterling Savings Bank will be presenting the Minute to Win It games at 1 p.m., Saturday at the community stage. Children ages 6 to 12 are welcome to compete in a variety of games including Try Mummy Me, Face the Cookie, This Blows, Extreme Hanky Panky and Junk in the Trunk.

Family doctor: Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic welcomes Tricia Nielson

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 12:00PM updated Jul 19, 2013 at 10:40AM

Dr. Tricia Nielsen has joined the Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic team and will be seeing patients starting July 22. Nielsen is board-certified in family medicine. “Three of the most important attributes a physician can have are the ability to listen, to communicate effectively and to empathize,” she stated. “As a primary care provider, I strive to model these attributes. I believe that by developing a teamwork approach with my patients, we can better accomplish mutual goals in both preventive care and in the treatment of long-term medical issues.”

Opinion | Go to Block Party, learn about your downtown: What better way?

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:51PM

It’s hard to believe that North Bend’s Block Party is already in its fourth summer. It feels like that inaugural party in 2010 as just yesterday. It’s evolved so much already. More than just a ‘staycation’ day for Valley families, events like the Block Party are inexpensive ways for local businesses to showcase themselves and what they do. While it’s a departure from the normal routine for the downtown businesses, these festivals are about more than just making sales the day of.

North Bend crime prevention meeting tonight, focuses on illegal drugs

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:33PM

Learn more about illegal drug use and its effect on crime locally at the next community meeting on crime prevention, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 18, at the Mount Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave. S. This month’s meeting, the third in a series launched by the city of North Bend to address citizens’ concerns about crime in the city, will focus on one of the top issues citizens have raised, illegal drugs.

Block Party Artist Alley: Children's community art project is just around the corner

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:53PM

The Artists Alley at this year’s Block Party is one for the kids—and grown-ups, too. Come around the corner on North Bend Way, behind the antique mall and the Bank of America, and you’ll discover an oasis of creativity. Local artists will be showing off their works, both hung up for viewing and in progress. Painters will be working on canvasses, live. And this year, there’s a special interactive project aimed at the younger set.

Out of the Past: Illegal fireworks, Book drop, Climb Mount Si | This week in Valley history

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:31PM

Stories from 25 and 50 years ago in the Snoqualmie, as reported in the pages of the Valley Record: Thursday, July 18, 1988 • A Snoqualmie Fire Department officer observed a juvenile subject exploding fireworks at a residence on Silva Street, obviously illegal in type.

Homegrown roots: North Bend's Cindy Walker on running a downtown business

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:43PM

When Cindy Walker bought the North Bend Theatre in 2006, she planted herself in the heart of historic downtown. The theater, which was built in 1941, is one of the oldest businesses in the city and one of the classic icons of the community. “I still hear stories about people who had their first kiss in the theater during the 1940s,” said Walker. “Sixth and seventh graders have been riding their bikes to the movie theater for the last 60 years.”

Digging African wells and selling old TVs: North Bend man's yard sale fundraising for humanitarian work

  • Jul 18, 2013 at 1:46PM

North Bend residents should be prepared for another party. Next weekend, North Bend resident Don Baunsgard and the Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church are throwing a large scale yard sale from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27, at North Bend Elementary School, to raise money for humanitarian efforts in Uganda. Baunsgard began planning and collecting donations for the yard sale in early January. Currently he has 10 full storage units of hand-selected and sorted donations. Items for sale include 20 TVs, 20 bikes, dozens of musical instruments, multiple hardwood dining-room tables and chairs, 50 bags of new and used clothing and a 1946 stand-up piano.

Bunnies in boats: Animals, children can chill together at Block Party petting zoo

  • Jul 19, 2013 at 10:54AM

Rabbits may just be magical. It sure seemed that way during last year’s Block Party, when John and Kim Connolly saw excited youngsters simply settle down and bond with baby bunnies—or cavies, guinea pigs, wallabies or chinchillas—at their Animal Encounters booth. “For some kids, just holding a rabbit for an hour is a super-positive experience,” says John Connolly, and that’s what he and his wife set out to create when they launched their business just over a year ago.

North Bend's new Fire Station 87 opens doors during Block Party Saturday | Photo gallery

  • Jul 19, 2013 at 11:09AM

North Bend firefighters moved into the shiny new Station 87 last week and were happy to find they had lost some things in the move. No rat pictures hanging from the ceilings to indicate where the traps were, and no stairs anywhere in the building. No cramped quarters in the sleeping area, or in the equipment bays, and no more nagging worries about what an earthquake or flood might do to their station. The feeling of the old station was missing, though, too.

North Bend Block Party: IGNITE Dance and Yoga to show off award-winning routines on Main Stage

  • Jul 19, 2013 at 10:47AM

Performing at 3 p.m. on the Main Stage, IGNITE Dance and Yoga’s nationally recognized team dancers are going to share some of their award-winning routines at the North Bend Block Party. Dancers ages 6 to 19 will demonstrate jazz, tap, lyrical, contemporary, and hip- hop styles. Many of these dancers are just back from nationals in Seaside, Ore., bringing home awards including “Outstanding Choreography,” “Creative Concept,” Spotlight’s “Technical Award,” and even scoring in the top of the overall event.

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