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As he prepared for the last home game of 2016 at Mount Si High School, senior and varsity football team captain Max Bonda looked back… Continue reading
The Si View Metropolitan Park District has a new cross country program on the lineup for young children. With the help of coach Dutch Siedentopf,… Continue reading
After an extremely strong season for Mount Si Boys Golf, two of the team's strongest players, Jordan Lau and Drew Warford qualified for state during the league and district tournament on Oct. 10 and 11 at Snohomish Golf Course.
Mount Si High School students gathered on Friday, Oct. 21 to celebrate Homecoming with a parade and to support the football team in their match against Inglemoor.
One of Snoqualmie's oldest buildings stands on the corner of S.E. River Street and Falls Avenue S.E., it has served many purposes over the years including home to a bank, Snoqualmie City Hall, office space, and the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, but it has always remained a consistent fixture of the city.
‘Lockdowns save lives:’ Snoqualmie Valley School District brings in expert for active threat training
In an effort to inform and train students, staff and parents on safety procedures during a lockdown event, the Snoqualmie School District hired Jesus Villahermosa, president of Crisis Reality Training, to give a seminar on what to do in an active-shooter, or other emergency situation taking place in a school building.
After missing a project deadline, Black Canyon Hydro has called a stop to the project that would have built a hydroelectric dam on the North Fork of the Snoqualmie River.
The Red Oak Residence of North Bend, a senior housing development, got its first new sign since 1997, thanks to the hard work of local Mount Si High School senior, Cameron Stone.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is now looking for new office space. Its current location, on the corner of S.E. River Street and Falls Avenue S.E. has been sold by the city of Snoqualmie to Flying Pie Pizzeria, an Issaquah-based restaurant.
Baby Boomers give way to ‘silver tsunami’: Valley senior centers face membership boom as funding decreases
The post-WWII baby boom created a large increase in birth rates across the country. In 2016, the echoes of that boom are being felt through the impact on senior citizens and the services they need.
The Black Canyon project, a proposed hydroelectric dam on the North Fork of the Snoqualmie River, has missed a deadline, which could affect the future of the project.
Mount Si's golf team seemingly bucked the trend of what would normally be considered a year for rebuilding by finishing among two other schools in a three-way tie for first place in KingCo 4A.
Working on the railroad: Northwest Railway Museum marks completion of Railway Education Center and with it, the original vision for the museum
Snoqualmie's Northwest Railway Museum has completed a project more than half a century in the making on Oct. 8, with the dedication of its new Railway Education Center.
The Mount Si High School girls swim team has continued its steady growth this year, reaching 40 students in the program. That's double the participation rate of the team in 2013.
A new face is welcoming visitors in North Bend this fall. Valley native Jessica Tate has been hired as the manager of the North Bend Visitor Information Center and Art Gallery.
As a result of a new agreement between the city of Snoqualmie and the Snoqualmie Tribe to extend sewer services to the Snoqualmie Casino for the next four years, the tribe has dropped a discrimination lawsuit. The suit did not specify a damages amount when it was filed, last December.
After a successful first year, the North Bend Fan Fest is returning on Saturday, Oct. 15, to downtown North Bend.
North Bend's Valley Center Stage is gearing up for another busy season this fall with its debut of their first show on Oct. 14, "Night Must Fall."
After 31 years of teaching, Snoqualmie resident Mike McCoy has found a new passion, building guitars. McCoy started a non-profit, Tokul Creek Guitars, to build and give away guitars to children and teenagers unable to afford them.
As we get closer to election day, media coverage of national politics is getting more intense. As November approaches, the circus of national politics continues on in full force.