Madison Miller

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.

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

SVSD introduces advisory course for middle schools

All three middle schools will have an advisory course for each grade level to help prepare students for high school and beyond.

MSHS student photoshop rendering of what the new Wildcat Way street signs may look like. Photo captured from the Aug. 26 city council meeting

Meadowbrook Way to have honorary name “Wildcat Way”

City council approved the longtime MSHS request to have new honorary street name.

MSHS student photoshop rendering of what the new Wildcat Way street signs may look like. Photo captured from the Aug. 26 city council meeting
Mount Si Montessori is celebrating 30 years in the Valley. Madison Miller / staff photo

Mount Si Montessori to celebrate 30 years in the Valley

Mount Si Montessori has served nearly 1,600 children in 30 years.

Mount Si Montessori is celebrating 30 years in the Valley. Madison Miller / staff photo
Cast trailers for “Three Busy Debras” filming at the Snoqualmie YMCA parking lot on Sept. 4. Madison Miller / staff photo

New TV show filming in Snoqualmie

“Three Busy Debras” is being filmed in cities in the Seattle area, including Snoqualmie.

Cast trailers for “Three Busy Debras” filming at the Snoqualmie YMCA parking lot on Sept. 4. Madison Miller / staff photo
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                                SVSD assistant superintendent Ryan Stokes walks through one of the multiple commons areas in the new MSHS.

MSHS on schedule for first day of school

There will be a public grand opening on Saturday, Sept. 7.

Photo by Madison Miller / staff photo
                                SVSD assistant superintendent Ryan Stokes walks through one of the multiple commons areas in the new MSHS.
Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition on Aug. 16-18. Courtesy photo

Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition

The annual festival turns 80 this weekend.

Railroad Days is celebrating 80 years of trains, timber and tradition on Aug. 16-18. Courtesy photo
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                                Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce hope the Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt will become an annual event.

Valley-wide search for Sasquatch kicks off Saturday

Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce to present first annual Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt on Aug. 10.

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                                Compass Outdoor Adventures and SnoValley Chamber of Commerce hope the Search for Sasquatch scavenger hunt will become an annual event.
Photo courtesy of City of Snoqualmie
                                2018 Winning Artwork by Tawny Fawn.

Snoqualmie to host 11th annual Plein Air Paint Out

Plein Air Paint Out will be Aug. 17 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Photo courtesy of City of Snoqualmie
                                2018 Winning Artwork by Tawny Fawn.
Photo courtesy of Governor Tom Wolf (flickr)
                                Corina Pfeil, a Kenmore parent, has spent the past three years to get the law changed to allow naloxone (better known as Narcan or Evzio) in Washington high schools to help prevent on-campus opioid overdose.

Eastside mom gets Narcan in Washington schools

Corina Pfeil has spent the past three years to make Narcan accessible to students who overdose at school.

Photo courtesy of Governor Tom Wolf (flickr)
                                Corina Pfeil, a Kenmore parent, has spent the past three years to get the law changed to allow naloxone (better known as Narcan or Evzio) in Washington high schools to help prevent on-campus opioid overdose.
Madison Miller / staff photo
                                Valley Center Stage and Si View Metro Parks are partnering to debut a new musical, “The Gingerbread Man.” From left: Natalie Collins, Rebecca Zatloukal and Meha Shah.

VCS debuts new musical, “The Gingerbread Man”

VCS and Si View Parks partner for new summer musical.

Madison Miller / staff photo
                                Valley Center Stage and Si View Metro Parks are partnering to debut a new musical, “The Gingerbread Man.” From left: Natalie Collins, Rebecca Zatloukal and Meha Shah.
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                                Richard Burhans with Sinacia Yovanovich at the Euro Lounge Cafe and crepe restaurant in downtown North Bend.

Valley artist honored for lifetime work

Richard Burhans is the man behind many of the Valley’s notable murals.

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                                Richard Burhans with Sinacia Yovanovich at the Euro Lounge Cafe and crepe restaurant in downtown North Bend.
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                                Snoqualmie hosted its first Big Truck Day on June 27.

Snoqualmie hosts first Big Truck Day

Big Truck Day showcased the city’s heroes and helpers on June 27.

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                                Snoqualmie hosted its first Big Truck Day on June 27.
Kelly Finnigan will perform at Carnation’s Timber! Outdoor Music Festival on July 12. Photo by Whitney Pelfrey

Kelly Finnigan to perform at Carnation music festival

Monophonics singer will make a stop in the PNW as part of his debut solo album tour.

Kelly Finnigan will perform at Carnation’s Timber! Outdoor Music Festival on July 12. Photo by Whitney Pelfrey
Encompass capital campaign leadership at the property site for Encompass Snoqualmie. From left: Major Gifts Officer, Rhonda Ender, Director of Development, Lisa Yamasaki, Executive Director, Nela Cumming, and Campaign Steering Committee Co-Chairs Brad Hutt and Charlotte Rempfer. Courtesy photo

Encompass secures state funds for new Snoqualmie facility

Encompass will be breaking ground for the new facility in Spring of 2020.

Encompass capital campaign leadership at the property site for Encompass Snoqualmie. From left: Major Gifts Officer, Rhonda Ender, Director of Development, Lisa Yamasaki, Executive Director, Nela Cumming, and Campaign Steering Committee Co-Chairs Brad Hutt and Charlotte Rempfer. Courtesy photo