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Margaret Zatloukal, Ryan Hartwell, Peter Cook, Michael Schmidt, and Chris Clark rehearse for VCS’s production of “Murder on the Orient Express.” Madison Miller/staff photo

Murder and mystery comes to the Valley

“Murder on the Orient Express” debuts at Valley Center Stage Feb. 14.

 

Posteroanterior and Lateral Chest Radiographs, January 19, 2020 (Illness Day 4).No thoracic abnormalities were noted (Snohomish Health District)

How is the 2019 novel Coronavirus impacting the Eastside?

Low risk, misinformation, racial profiling and North Bend quarantine.

 

A collision on SR 18 resulted in the fatality of North Bend woman Angela Wilson on Jan. 25. Photo courtesy of Eastside Fire & Rescue Twitter

North Bend woman dies in crash on SR 18

Angela Wilson crossed the double yellow line and caused a head-on collision with a semi truck. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

Nite Wave plays at the Showbox Dec. 20 Paul Twibell Photography

Nite Wave debuts at Bellevue Meydenbauer Center Theatre Feb. 28.

Now in their ninth year, Nite Wave will debut at a new Eastside venue and play with ’80s icon Tiffany.

Nite Wave plays at the Showbox Dec. 20 Paul Twibell Photography
A conceptual rendering of a classroom space at the new Encompass facility. Created by Signal Architecture + Research

Encompass secures $350K grant for new Snoqualmie facility

Encompass plans to break ground this summer with the hope of opening in the fall of 2021.

A conceptual rendering of a classroom space at the new Encompass facility. Created by Signal Architecture + Research
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                                Eric Ankrim and Allison Standley star as George and Amalia in Village Theatre’s production of “She Loves Me.”

“She Loves Me” set to debut at Village Theatre

The story that inspired “You’ve Got Mail” debuts Jan. 16.

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                                Eric Ankrim and Allison Standley star as George and Amalia in Village Theatre’s production of “She Loves Me.”

Washington doesn’t know true vaccination data

New auditor’s report shows schools have not reported accurate vaccination data.

A weekly influenza surveillance report prepared by the influenza division by the CDC. Photo courtesy of CDC.

King County child dies from flu; increasing number of flu-like illnesses in Washington State

Influenza B virus is the predominant strain circulating now, which is unusual for this time of year according to CDC.

A weekly influenza surveillance report prepared by the influenza division by the CDC. Photo courtesy of CDC.
Tim Platt rehearses his role as Scrooge for VCS’s production of “A Christmas Carol” on Nov. 19. Madison Miller / staff photo

VCS’s “A Christmas Carol” honors tradition

First time VCS director Tony Leininger takes “A Christmas Carol” back to its roots.

Tim Platt rehearses his role as Scrooge for VCS’s production of “A Christmas Carol” on Nov. 19. Madison Miller / staff photo
The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) and King County 4Culture are sponsoring a free Youth Improv Workshop on November 22, 6-8 p.m., at the Big Star Performing Arts Studio. Courtesy photo

Free youth improv class comes to the Valley

SAC and 4Culture are sponsoring a free youth improv workshop on Nov. 22, 6-8 p.m.

The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) and King County 4Culture are sponsoring a free Youth Improv Workshop on November 22, 6-8 p.m., at the Big Star Performing Arts Studio. Courtesy photo
Desi Cuddihy’s fourth-grade students welcome veterans, including Navy veterans Mark and Angie Kennedy (center) as they enter the Snoqualmie Elementary Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 8. Madison Miller / staff photo

Snoqualmie Elementary fourth graders honor veterans with annual assembly

Desi Cuddihy’s fourth graders host a Veterans Day breakfast and assembly for the 11th year.

Desi Cuddihy’s fourth-grade students welcome veterans, including Navy veterans Mark and Angie Kennedy (center) as they enter the Snoqualmie Elementary Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 8. Madison Miller / staff photo
Mary-Lee Johnson’s North Bend Elementary kindergarten class of 1998 made a message in a bottle. It was found 21 years later. Photo courtesy of Mary-Lee Johnson

Message in a bottle found 21 years later

The bottle traveled over 3,000 miles; found off the coast of Bird Island 21 years later.

Mary-Lee Johnson’s North Bend Elementary kindergarten class of 1998 made a message in a bottle. It was found 21 years later. Photo courtesy of Mary-Lee Johnson
Incumbent Eric Hollis and Brandon Bothwell are running for a spot on Fire District 27. Photos courtesy of candidates

Hollis leads Fire District 27 race

King County Elections released election results at 8 p.m., Nov. 5. Of 3,868 registered voters, 960 returned their ballots as of election night. King County… Continue reading

Incumbent Eric Hollis and Brandon Bothwell are running for a spot on Fire District 27. Photos courtesy of candidates

Doy leads SVSD Pos. 2; Simpson leads SVSD Pos. 3

Preliminary results came in Tuesday night.

SVSD bus driver shortage affects 20 routes Friday

Eight bus drivers called in from work resulting in remaining drivers to make double runs Oct. 25.

Jacoba Niepoort, a world-traveling Copenhagen-based muralist, makes a stop in Carnation to paint a new mural on the side of Christa and David St.Pierre’s barn. Madison Miller / staff photo

World-traveling muralist comes to Carnation

Jacoba Niepoort, a Copenhagen-based muralist, is painting a mural on the side of a barn that will be turned into a medicinal herb farm and store.

Jacoba Niepoort, a world-traveling Copenhagen-based muralist, makes a stop in Carnation to paint a new mural on the side of Christa and David St.Pierre’s barn. Madison Miller / staff photo
John Williams Lynch (Lennie) and Tom Stewart (George) rehearse for VCS’s upcoming production of “Of Mice and Men” Oct. 10. Madison Miller / staff photo

VCS brings Steinbeck to the Valley

“Of Mice and Men” will debut Valley Center Stage’s 17th season on Oct. 17.

John Williams Lynch (Lennie) and Tom Stewart (George) rehearse for VCS’s upcoming production of “Of Mice and Men” Oct. 10. Madison Miller / staff photo

Coming down to the wire: Student MMR vaccine deadline approaches

Students have limited time to show compliance with new MMR vaccination law before being barred from school.

Photo courtesy of King County Executive Office
                                King County Executive Dow Constantine announces the new Creative Economy Initiative in September.

New Creative Economy initiative will promote film production in King County

KC Executive Dow Constantine announced it at Twede’s Cafe in North Bend.

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                                King County Executive Dow Constantine announces the new Creative Economy Initiative in September.