Cut the ribbon on Snoqualmie’s improved Ironwood Park Oct. 25

  • Monday, October 23, 2017 3:02pm
  • News

As part of Snoqualmie’s 2017 Playground Replacement Program, the newly renovated Ironwood Park will be open for play at its official grand re-opening at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 36200 SE Isley Street, Snoqualmie.

The park has been upgraded with new play equipment including a new swing set and net climber. The event will start with a short ceremony and ribbon cutting while officers from the Snoqualmie Police Department grill up hot dogs for attendees.

More in News

Snoqualmie police investigating possible assault of teen girl near Mount Si High School

Girl was walking to baseball practice when man grabbed her.

As PSE moves away from coal, one community scrambles to build a new economy

Lewis County has long relied on the energy needs of consumers throughout the region. That’s all about to change.

Students throughout the region take part in National School Walkout, call for gun control

The March 14 demonstrations marked the one month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting.

More than 400 people attended Snoqualmie’s Twin Peaks community festival on May 13, 2017. Organizing similar community events will be part of the responsibilities of a new events coordinator. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)
Snoqualmie city council approves events coordinator job description

A new job description for the role of events coordinator was approved… Continue reading

Auburn group hosts 8th District candidate forum for Democrats running for Reichert’s seat

Grassroots organization Auburn WA Flip Congressional District 8 will host a candidate… Continue reading

Unknown man found dead on Duvall city property Wednesday

The Duvall Police Department, Coalition of Small Police Agencies partners, and the… Continue reading

Blotter: Police retrieve wandering nursing home resident, investigate teen with air gun

Snoqualmie-North Bend Police Dept. Saturday, Feb. 24 Unwanted subject: At 7:01 p.m.,… Continue reading

Legislature strengthens safe-surrender laws for newborns, inspired by 2014 death of infant near North Bend

Legislation seeking to prevent newborn abandonment, inspired by a tragic incident in… Continue reading

Schools Superintendent Joel Aune to leave district for executive directorship of state organization

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Superintendent Joel Aune will leave the district June 30,… Continue reading

Des Moines teenager dies from fall from Rattlesnake Ledge

Des Moines teenager Eddie Petrik was killed Saturday, March 3, after he… Continue reading

Rally in North Bend March 24 to join national March for Our Lives movement

In conjunction with the national March for Our Lives, Snoqualmie Valley Indivisibles… Continue reading