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Valley Center Stage will be performing its rendition of “A Christmas Carol” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5. The cast has adapted their acting to… Continue reading
North Bend Holly Days The city of North Bend and the North Bend Downtown Foundation are working to create a safe Holly Days this year.… Continue reading
Volunteers plant North Bend trees On Nov. 6, volunteers came together at North Bend City Hall, celebrating Arbor Day by planting 40 native conifer trees.… Continue reading
Grants available for community organizations, chambers Chambers of Commerce and community-based organizations that provide marketing, technical assistance and economic development to small businesses in unincorporated… Continue reading
Voters in the Snoqualmie Valley should have received their ballots for the election.
A new trail and day use area is open for public use in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Camp Brown day use area is a family-friendly… Continue reading
Train excursions at the Northwest Railway Museum will resume on Oct. 3 in the upper Snoqualmie Valley. The popular train rides are scheduled to continue… Continue reading
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North Bend provided 50 local businesses and organizations a slice of the city’s share of the federal CARES Act. To date, the city has delivered… Continue reading
The North Bend Film Fest is returning this year, but it’s been reincarnated as a virtual festival. The third annual festival will be held from… Continue reading
The Northwest Railway Museum’s Steam Locomotive 924 will make its first public debut during the celebration of Snoqualmie Railroad Days at 11 a.m. Aug. 15.… Continue reading
The Snoqualmie Pass Fire and Rescue benefit charge is passing with 100% of the vote so far, according to early primary election results Aug. 4.… Continue reading
Habitat for Humanity is planning on building seven permanently affordable townhouse units in North Bend. The project took a step forward on July 21, with… Continue reading
After a 17-year-old teen drowned in the Snoqualmie River on July 14 near Snoqualmie, the city is reminding residents to stay safe on the river.… Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic has cut many farmers off from traditional vending locations.
A Mt. Si High School senior died in his sleep on Sunday, June 7. Dillon Garnes was on the school’s football and track teams, and… Continue reading
Temporary additional revenue to fund on-ramp.
Symptoms appeared after school closure.