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Mount Si Senior Center's winter dinner is Saturday

  • Feb 20, 2014 at 1:07PM

Mount Si Senior Center in North Bend hosts its “Dining in Good Company” winter fundraiser dinner, 6 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 22. The menu includes a choice of beef medallions and Dexler potatoes or seafood medley, with all the trimmings, for $25. Only 75 tickets will be sold.

Giving more hope: Survivors, allies start 2014 Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life

  • Feb 20, 2014 at 1:43PM

Every story is a little different, but everyone inside this theater has got one. There’s Nell Engel of North Bend, a walker on Team Dy-No-Mites, who does Relay to make sure her two cute grandsons, Sawyer and Walker, can one day live without fear of cancer. Or Joe Dockery, behind the video camera a few rows back, who swapped stories of his video buddy, the late Bill Blakely, with me.

Learn how to keep mason bees at Fall City presentation

  • Feb 20, 2014 at 1:07PM

Missy Anderson, Master Gardener speaker and owner of Rent Mason Bees, gives a free talk on these native pollinators, 2 p.m. Sunday, February 23, at Fall City Masonic Hall. You may already have some in the shingles of your roof or holes in your fence.

District champions: Mount Si gymnastics heads for state as a team

  • Feb 20, 2014 at 1:19PM

Mount Si gymnasts took the podium as district champions in competition last weekend in their home gym. The squad now advances to the state championships this weekend in Tacoma. Hosting the SeaKing district qualifiers, the Wildcats dominated on all events, with junior Jenn Rogers claiming the top all-around score.

Bringing the heat: Season ends for legacy-setting Cedarcrest girls basketball team | Photo gallery

  • Feb 20, 2014 at 1:17PM

It’s not how the Cedarcrest Red Wolves girls basketball team wanted to end their season. Coming into districts as the number-one seed, they faced a sure-handed Bellingham team in a rousing home game. But Cedarcrest’s energy fired up too late Friday. Coupled with another loss Monday to Lake Washington, their season has ended. On Friday, Feb. 14, the girls struggled to come back from behind after Bellingham pushed to a lead, 38-25 at the half. A concerted charge against the Red Raiders had the home crowd on its feet, but the clock gave out, with the Red Wolves down by two, losing 65-63.

As seen at Snoqualmie Railroad Days 2014 | Photo Gallery

  • Aug 19, 2014 at 3:00PM updated at 5:08PM

Snoqualmie celebrated its heritage over the weekend with a parade, music, art, timber sports, classic cars, living history, and, the star of the weekend, an authentic steam-powered locomotive engine. The Santa Cruz and Portland Cement Locomotive 2 steam engine, owned and operated by Skathi Pappan, drew a crowd of photographers and admirers with every stop at the Snoqualmie Depot, and turned heads with every blast of its whistle.

Women’s outdoor workshop engages next generation, comes to camp in September

  • Aug 20, 2014 at 9:57AM

The Women and Girls Outdoor Workshop, or WOW, is planned for Friday to Sunday, Sept. 12 to 14, at Camp Waskowitz in North Bend. Now in its 17th year, WOW’s mission is to engage the next generation and pass on traditions to new generations. The camp brings together women and girls ages 9 to 12 for a weekend of fishing, hunting, and outdoor skill education. Cost is $375.

Snoqualmie skate park, downtown riverwalk among local grant proposals

  • Aug 20, 2014 at 10:00AM

Two new projects in the Snoqualmie Valley are among 13 proposals in East King County up for state funding. The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition formally announced its request that the legislature commit $97 million to fund outdoor recreation and conservation projects through the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program. Local project proposals include:

Delays expected along Snoqualmie's Railroad Avenue for bridge cleaning

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 10:12AM

Beginning Monday, Feb. 24, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will be cleaning the State Route 202 bridge along Railroad Avenue Southeast between Snoqualmie Parkway and Mill Pond Road. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., the bridge will have one lane open with a traffic control flagger on each side of the bridge.

Iron Horse Traverse coming to North Bend

  • Aug 20, 2014 at 10:19AM

The North Bend Iron Horse Traverse, a multi-sport adventure race starting on Snoqualmie Pass and finishing at the Adventure Sports Festival in downtown North Bend, is set for Saturday, Sept. 6.

Hopelink’s campaign to outfit low-income kids wraps, pick-up starts this week

  • Aug 20, 2014 at 10:46AM

As part of its annual “Kids Need School Supplies” drive during the summer months, Hopelink is collecting school supplies to distribute to schoolchildren in low-income families to help ensure they come to school ready to learn.

Out of the past: Grisly scene of fatal bludgeoning at Ames Lake; Eight fly to view North Bend outlet mall’s future

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 11:39AM

Thursday, Feb. 20, 1964: A 61-year-old widow, Mrs. Agnes M. Norman, was found bludgeoned to death in her trailer on the Ames Lake Cutoff Road Tuesday morning. Her nearly nude body was discovered by her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Sikes, of Carnation, lying against a blood-spattered bathtub. Sheriff’s investigators found a large rock on the floor and red-stained footprints on the living room carpet. Sikes last saw her sister alive Monday when she visited her home.

Thief steals the iPhone, but leaves fingerprints on the Red Bull | Snoqualmie Valley Police Blotter

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 12:15PM

He took the phone, left the drink: At 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, a store employee in the 300 block of Southwest Mount Si Boulevard reported a theft. A suspect apparently stole a $650 iPhone from the counter when the clerk left it briefly. However, the suspect left behind a Red Bull drink can, from which police were able to take fingerprints.

Snoqualmie school board agrees to agree on some aspects of bond proposal

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 12:12PM

A unanimous vote to put a bond on the ballot isn't essential, but it would be nice, said Snoqualmie Valley School Board members Feb. 6. What's more important, they felt, was a unified front in pitching the bond to the community. Whether they could reach unanimity on either point was the unresolved question of the night. "I don't know if this board is capable of a (split) vote and unanimous action," said board member Dan Popp.

North Bend’s Marty and Chris Fagan take life-changing journey to South Pole | Photo gallery

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 1:36PM

Marty and Chris Fagan have climbed mountains, run 30-, 50- and 100-mile races, and, last month they skied together to the South Pole, in wind chills as low as -50 degrees Fahrenheit. Extremes of the environment and endurance are familiar ground, maybe even favorites, for the North Bend couple, but what they really love, what motivates them, are simpler things: their 12-year-old son Keenan; the friends and community who helped them reach their South Pole goal; the chair that was waiting for each of them at the end.

More tips could help solve newborn's abandonment; Hospital, firefighters will accept unwanted newborns

  • Feb 21, 2014 at 1:46PM

Investigating the death of newborn child near North Bend, King County Sheriff’s Office needs the public's help in solving the case. Deputies have not yet released the sex of the baby, who was named Kimball Doe due to the proximity of the Kimball Creek bridge where the infant was found, in a wooded area close to North Bend Way, last Wednesday, February 12.

Washington State Parks have a ‘free day’ Aug. 25 | Visit Mount Si, Ollalie for no cost

  • Aug 21, 2014 at 11:41AM

Monday, August 25, is a state parks ‘free day’ in Washington. Day-use visitors will not need a Discover Pass to visit state parks. The ‘free day’ is in honor of the birthday of the National Park Service, which was established on Aug. 25, 1916. State Parks ‘free days’ are in keeping with legislation that created the Discover Pass, a $30 annual or $10 one-day permit required on lands managed by Washington State Parks, the Washington departments of Natural Resources (DNR) and Fish & Wildlife (WDFW).

National award for Fall City’s Miss Washington Teen

  • Aug 21, 2014 at 11:43AM

Claire Wright, a 16-year-old Fall City teen, represented Washington as Miss Washington Teen at the USA Ambassador National Pageant, held Monday, Aug. 4, in Tampa, Fla. Wright was third runner-up at nationals and won the “Best in Class” award for her academic achievements and activities.

Meadowbrook vintages: Bottling time arrives for Snoqualmie's Sigillo Cellars | Photo Gallery

  • Aug 21, 2014 at 12:05PM

About a dozen people spent a day in Snoqualmie last month bottling, labeling, packing and stacking roughly half of Sigillo Cellars’ output for the year. They worked steadily in the brilliant sunshine, condensing what used to be the work of days into an early morning and a long afternoon. It could almost have been a scene from the olden days, or maybe the Old World, where small family-run wineries called in all their friends and relations to help put up the vintage.

Good job, Reichert, for protecting Middle Fork | Letters

  • Aug 22, 2014 at 2:00PM

I am pleased to see my Congressman, Dave Reichert, receive recognition for a job well done for the residents of the 8th District. In late July, the House Natural Resources Committee scheduled a Reichert-sponsored bill to the floor for a vote that expands the Alpine Lakes Wilderness area and puts protections on the Middle Fork-Snoqualmie River.

North Bend receives federal grant for Torguson Park

  • Aug 22, 2014 at 1:56PM

Washington state is set to receive nearly $1 million for four local park and trail projects from the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund, or LWCF. The city of North Bend will receive $250,000 to build a plaza and loop trail in Torguson Park, unifying the city’s main athletic fields by providing a central gathering space.

Out of the Past | All hell breaks loose in Preston

  • Aug 22, 2014 at 2:06PM

To many preservation-minded Preston residents, it suddenly seems as if all hell has broken loose. In the last few weeks, they have seen a county recommendation to change zoning at the old Preston Lumber Mill from forestry to industrial;

Learn about immigrants who built Snoqualmie at Dave Battey talk

  • Aug 22, 2014 at 2:11PM

Snoqualmie historian Dave Battey tells the story of local immigrants in a special presentation, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, at the Snoqualmie YMCA. Battey tells the story of immigrant Japanese labor in the local lumber industry, and their families. He covers early challenges for Japanese immigrants, the growth of the Japanese communities at the Snoqualmie Falls and White River mills, and internment after Pearl Harbor.

Dine out of a cause: Y annual campaign dinner at Ana's

  • Feb 24, 2014 at 9:14AM

A fundraiser dinner for the Snoqualmie Y's Annual Campaign is 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb 25, at Ana's Family Style Mexican Restaurant in Snoqualmie. Diners can learn about how the Y helps people and families in need. Proceeds from Ana's red and green enchiladas are donated to the Y's 2014 campaign goal of $58,000.

Washington Filmworks to explore the Valley in March

  • Feb 24, 2014 at 9:41AM

Washington Filmworks will be visiting to explore the Snoqualmie Valley and talk about the future of filming movies, TV shows and commercials locally at the March luncheon of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, 11 a.m. Friday, March 21, at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.

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