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The Mount Si gymnastics team won their meet on Thursday, Jan. 14 against Skyline and Inglemoor with a total score of 166.1.
After waiting more than 10 years, Trevor Kostanich, Peter Avolio and Dave Jordan finally took their chance to ski Mount Si from its summit.
Democrat Essie Hicks announced on Tuesday, Jan. 5, that she will be running for Position 1 State Representative in Washington’s 5th Legislative District which covers Black Diamond, Carnation, Issaquah, Maple Valley, North Bend and Snoqualmie.
Children and their parents went to the Wondering about Wildlife event at Cedar River Watershed Education Center Dec. 30 for a presentation about Karelian Bear Dogs and the work they do.
Children tried their hands at construction last week in the Fall City Library’s gingerbread house competition, Dec. 22.
Children in the Snoqualmie Valley School district got a lesson in tech the week of Dec. 10, when Mount Si High School’s Hour of Code student helpers made their way out to elementary and middle schools in the Snoqualmie Valley. High schoolers gave lessons and demos to introduce children to the world of computer science.
Reading is an essential skill, but it doesn’t come easy to everyone. Children who struggle are often frustrated and learn to dislike reading. This year, the Snoqualmie Valley School District has revamped its reading workshop to include both parents and children in order to help foster a love of reading and learning.
Snoqualmie residents could be getting a new 55,000 square foot full-service grocery store, gas station, and drive-through businesses if the city’s new agreement with EDG development is signed by the end of this month.
Chris Ballew, lead singer of Presidents of the United States of America, has taken up his guitar to play children’s music as Caspar Babypants. Ballew performed for more than 370 people Thursday, Dec. 10 at the Si View Community Center, in a free concert sponsored by the North Bend Library.
There is still time to help out families in need this year with the Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Giving Tree program.
The room was silent as the robots started up and drove themselves across the arena, making their way to the goal. Robot number 6188 reached the goal — a bucket — drew its arm back and perfectly threw plastic figures into it. The silence was shattered with the cheers from Mount Si High School students.
Persuading your parents to do something for you might be one of the hardest things to achieve as a child, but at the Frog Hollow School in Carnation, it’s part of the lesson plan.
A ventilation and cleaning truck sank into some loose soil at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday morning on Southeast Northern Street and Railroad Avenue in Snoqualmie. With the vehicle stuck on the corner, police had to slow traffic at that intersection.
Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus, and Tiny Tim are coming to North Bend on Dec. 3 as part of the Valley Center Stage’s new production, “’Tis the Season”.
A bottle full of black and white marbles is passed around the room as each person drops one into their hands. If you get a white marble, you are in. If not, you are sent home. Lee Soptich takes a marble. It’s white.
With new developments at the Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie’s 2016 Railroad Days could be significantly downsized in 2016.
Working in the food bank: Volunteers drive the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, support Valley families in need
Minutes before the doors opened, 15 volunteers, including myself, joined hands in a circle. One by one, each of the volunteers introduced themselves and the group shared a prayer for the well-being of the clientele and for everything to run smoothly for the day. This was the start of another Wednesday at the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank.
U.S. Rep talks small business: U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert meets with Valley officials at Snoqualmie City Hall
Minimum wage, small business support, and the Affordable Care Act were some of the topics discussed when Eighth District Congressman Dave Reichert came to Snoqualmie City Hall on Nov. 12 to talk about his work in Congress.
As winter rolls into North Bend, so do the mountain sport athletes for the eighth annual Mountain Film Festival, hosted by the historic North Bend Theater.
After ending 2015 with a project net loss of $5 million, the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District is projecting to end 2016 with a net income of $335,696. The board of commissioners discussed this Thursday Nov. 5, at its regular meeting at Snoqualmie City Hall.