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Don’t mean to brag, but... Valley Record’s 2014 awards list includes a look at changing chiefs, singalong, bikers

  • Today at 11:23AM

One of the thing we’ve accomplished at the Valley Record this past year was to pick up a slew of awards in the 2014 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s annual better newspaper contest. This year’s awards showcase not only our work, but also underscore just how special this Valley is. The personalities, passions and events that drive the news in the Snoqualmie Valley not only keep us constantly scrambling to cover everything, they also show what true community is about.

 

Community Events, December 2014

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Get in the spirit: Visit your downtowns this holiday weekend

  • Dec 5, 2014 at 3:22PM

The Christmas carols started the weekend before Thanksgiving. The holiday lights went up on the street poles last Monday. The holiday season is firmly upon us. It’s a bit funny how every Valley community this year is holding its civic tree lighting ceremonies on the very same afternoon.

Holidays are a good time to take stock of older family members’ needs

  • Nov 26, 2014 at 1:21PM

The holiday season is one of the few times that families get together. That may be both a wake-up moment when people realize an elderly loved one needs help, and an opportunity to get everyone on the same page, strategize and make a plan to care for an aging relative. So, perhaps this year, your family has the opportunity to gather around the kitchen table for both treats and a talk.

Creative thoughts for downtown during a busy road-work holiday season

  • Nov 20, 2014 at 11:05AM

Last week, the Snoqualmie City Council kept an open mind (and open pocketbook to the tune of $12,000) for the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Winter Magic festival. The plan, now in the permitting stage, is to put an artificial skating rink downtown and on the Ridge during holidays, welcoming families for ice skating and other outdoor fun. The Chamber, first under Nate Perea, now with Director Lizzy Billington, has been working for about a year to get some kind of rink downtown.

Opinion | Carnation cops vote should have been like North Bend’s

  • Nov 17, 2014 at 12:17PM

Last Tuesday’s election results show that Snoqualmie Police have earned the trust of North Bend residents in the nine months since they assumed patrol duties from King County.

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