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File photo. Snoqualmie City Clerk Jodi Warren swears in re-elected councilmembers Katherine Ross and Sean Sundwall in 2020 city council meeting.

Snoqualmie City Council looks to appoint new member

The Snoqualmie City Council will have a vacant position to fill beginning in 2022, as Councilmember Katherine Ross will leave her seat Jan. 1 to… Continue reading

 

NE Tolt Hill Road in Carnation closed due to flooding. File photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

National Weather Service Extends Flood Warning near Carnation

The National Weather Service has extended its flood warning for the Snoqualmie River near Carnation until just after midnight Tuesday. Minor flooding is in the… Continue reading

 

NE Tolt Hill Road closed due to flooding. File photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

National Weather Service issues Flood Watch beginning Thursday night

Western Washington will be under a flood watch beginning Thursday evening, as heavy rains are expected to continue to hit the region over the next… Continue reading

 

Photo courtesy of Eastridge Church
Turkeys purchased with the help of donations received form the community were given out on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Eastridge Church in Issaquah.

Eastside church to give away 1,500 turkeys for those in need

Eastridge Church will provide 1,500 free Thanksgiving turkeys and bags of groceries to families in need on Saturday, Nov. 20, at its Issaquah and West… Continue reading

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Turkeys purchased with the help of donations received form the community were given out on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Eastridge Church in Issaquah.
Photo courtesy of Seattle Public Utilities
Rattlesnake Lake.

Nonprofits bring trail improvements to Rattlesnake Ledge

A team of Washington agencies has combined forces to deliver much-needed improvements to the Rattlesnake Ledge hiking trail. Owned and operated by Seattle Public Utilities… Continue reading

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Rattlesnake Lake.
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson. File Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie lays off eight city staff due to vaccine mandate

The City of Snoqualmie announced it has fired eight employees, two weeks after its vaccination mandate went into effect. City staff were required to get… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson. File Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.
The Snoqualmie Casino. File Photo

Snoqualmie Valley, Issaquah chambers to host job fair

The Snoqualmie Valley and Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting a job fair at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom Nov. 4. The Eastside Job Fair… Continue reading

The Snoqualmie Casino. File Photo
Workers prepare to move Locomotive 201 from the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie on Nov. 3. The locomotive is being moved to the Nevada Northern Railway Foundation, near where it operated until the 1980s. Photo William Shaw/Valley Record.

Northwest Railway Museum moves two 330,000-pound locomotives

After more than 10 years of work, the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie is moving one of its locomotives back to its home railroad. The… Continue reading

Workers prepare to move Locomotive 201 from the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie on Nov. 3. The locomotive is being moved to the Nevada Northern Railway Foundation, near where it operated until the 1980s. Photo William Shaw/Valley Record.
Photo courtesy of Fall City Fire Department.

Fall City Fire Department to host vaccine clinic Nov. 7

A COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be held at the Fall City Fire Department on Sunday, Nov. 7, between 10 a.m. to 4. The clinic is… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Fall City Fire Department.
A road closure due to flooding on SE Park Street, Snoqualmie, during the 2016 flood. File photo

King County issues flood alert for Snoqualmie River

King County has issued a phase 2 flood alert for the Snoqualmie and Tolt River Thursday afternoon, with minor flooding expected in low-lying areas. During… Continue reading

A road closure due to flooding on SE Park Street, Snoqualmie, during the 2016 flood. File photo
A car is struck by a fallen tree near Preston Sunday, Oct. 24. Photo courtesy of Eastside Fire & Rescue.

Two dead after tree strikes car near Preston

Two people were killed Sunday, Oct. 24, after a fallen tree struck their car near Preston, according to Eastside Fire & Rescue. The incident occurred… Continue reading

A car is struck by a fallen tree near Preston Sunday, Oct. 24. Photo courtesy of Eastside Fire & Rescue.
Snow Lake, located near Snoqualmie Pass in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. File photo
File photo
Snow Lake, located near Snoqualmie Pass in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

Federal funding to support maintenance in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, a nonprofit organization that works to restore and protect natural areas between Seattle and the Cascade Mountains, and the… Continue reading

Snow Lake, located near Snoqualmie Pass in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. File photo
File photo
Snow Lake, located near Snoqualmie Pass in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Snoqualmie City Hall. Photo courtesy of the City of Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie opens another round of COVID-19 relief funding

The City of Snoqualmie is offering another round of COVID-19 relief grants for small businesses, community organizations and households. The grants are provided by the… Continue reading

Snoqualmie City Hall. Photo courtesy of the City of Snoqualmie
Snoqualmie Police Department houses a surplus military mine-resistant armored personnel carrier. It is seen here during a 2016 parade in Algona, one of the coalition member cities. Courtesy photo

Snoqualmie Valley Record wins two awards for news reporting

The 2021 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s Better Newspaper Contest winners were announced during a virtual convention Oct. 8. Several titles in Sound Publishing’s King County… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Police Department houses a surplus military mine-resistant armored personnel carrier. It is seen here during a 2016 parade in Algona, one of the coalition member cities. Courtesy photo
Lambert’s flyer depicting her opponent, Sarah Perry, as a “socialist puppet” (tweeted by KC Councilmember Girmay Zahilay)

North Bend mayor, Snoqualmie councilmember condemn county councilmember in joint-statement

North Bend Mayor Rob McFarland and Snoqualmie Councilmember James Mayhew, alongside three other councilmembers, have issued a joint-statement condemning a political flyer mailed by King… Continue reading

Lambert’s flyer depicting her opponent, Sarah Perry, as a “socialist puppet” (tweeted by KC Councilmember Girmay Zahilay)
Snoqualmie City Councilmembers and mayoral candidates Peggy Shepard (left) and Katherine Ross. Courtesy photo.

Chamber to host candidate forum for Snoqualmie Valley

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a mayoral and council candidate forum at 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Mount Si High School, giving… Continue reading

Snoqualmie City Councilmembers and mayoral candidates Peggy Shepard (left) and Katherine Ross. Courtesy photo.
Photo courtesy of Calder Productions
The Mount Si High School varsity football team lost the Oct. 1 home conference game against Bothell High School by a score of 16-10. The game put the Wildcats at 3-2 for the season. The Wildcats will take on Issaquah High School on Oct. 8. Pictured: Mount Si quarterback Avery Walker looks to pass during the game vs. Bothell.

Prep football: Mount Si loses battle with Bothell

The Mount Si High School varsity football team lost the Oct. 1 home conference game against Bothell High School by a score of 16-10. The… Continue reading

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The Mount Si High School varsity football team lost the Oct. 1 home conference game against Bothell High School by a score of 16-10. The game put the Wildcats at 3-2 for the season. The Wildcats will take on Issaquah High School on Oct. 8. Pictured: Mount Si quarterback Avery Walker looks to pass during the game vs. Bothell.
Snoqualmie Tribal Chairman Robert de los Angeles. File photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Tribe’s Vaccine Partnership wins county award for community resilience

As of Sept. 28, East King County and the cities of Sammamish and Issaquah have some of the highest vaccination rates in the state.

Snoqualmie Tribal Chairman Robert de los Angeles. File photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.
Courtesy of Fall City Community Association.

Fall City Fire Department to host vaccine clinic

The Fall City Fire Department will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Sunday, Oct. 3, at its department building located at 4301 334th place SE.… Continue reading

Courtesy of Fall City Community Association.
File Photo Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
Cars lined up at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital on March 26 as people awaited their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as part of the hospital’s first mass vaccination event.

COVID-19 cases in Valley remain near county average

COVID-19 cases have varied across the Snoqualmie Valley over the last two weeks as case rates begin to level off in the county and state.… Continue reading

File Photo Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
Cars lined up at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital on March 26 as people awaited their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as part of the hospital’s first mass vaccination event.