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Thanks and encouragement are due to the students taking a stand against bullying and harassment at Mount Si High School.The 399 signatures on their petition… Continue reading
On Saturday, June 5, the Riverview Education Foundation hosted the fifth annual Duvall 5K/10K Runs under sunny blue skies. It was a great morning of competition and camaraderie, and the REF wants to say “thank you!” to Duvall and the surrounding running communities for your participation.
The Northwest Railway Museum invites children to treat their dads to a special train ride aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad on Father’s Day weekend, June 19 and 20.
I have lived here in the Valley for almost 12 years, and love the area completely. However, I must agree that those new sculptures are totally ugly!
Those living in downtown Snoqualmie may be interested to know that an interconnecting road between Snoqualmie Ridge and town is being proposed.
I read the article on the rider thrown from a motorcycle (“Rider dies after being thrown from motorcycle,” Valley Record, May 10). If he was riding a crotch rocket, my experience with them is bad.
We are writing this letter to address the immense hatred we heard about regarding a student being severely beaten for protecting his friend.
The Kiwanis and Rotary clubs of Snoqualmie Valley extend big thanks to our community for its generous donation of items for Eastside Baby Corner.
The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Auxiliary gives thanks for all the continuing support from the North Bend, Snoqualmie, and surrounding area residents and businesses that made our annual plant sale on May 1 such a stellar success!
The Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation would like to express our sincere appreciation to the following businesses for their generous support of our Annual Spring Fundraising Luncheon.
I wish to thank the people of the Valley for showing their respect and compassion for the passing of my brother, Mike Busby, on March 5.
What do you think of the new teardrop corners? Trucks and buses have enough problems getting around without running over the curbs.
I’d like to “second,” if you will, Eric Hall’s poignant letter (“Too much divisiveness,” April 28). We moved here in early 1985, and were delighted to find ourselves smack dab in the middle of the right side (pun intended) Cedar County uprising.
Lindsey Johnson and her family would like to thank everyone who participated, attended and generously donated to her fundraiser, held March 27 at the Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge.
I wish to comment on the political cartoon run on the March 31 opinion page. The cartoon depicts a gathering of angry elephants (Republicans) who threw a brick through the office window of a donkey (Democrat).
Cub Scout Pack 452 thanks the citizens of North Bend and the surrounding community for their support during our March service projects: Scouting for Food (a BSA project) and Tents for Haiti (in conjunction with the Rotary).
As the readers of this paper are aware, the North Bend City Council voted 6-1 on April 6 to allow the construction of a 55-foot high hotel south of I-90 at the Exit 31 interchange.
The Snoqualmie Valley Rotary Club would like to thank the community for responding to our request for tents for the people of Haiti.
On behalf of the Ward and McNeal families, we want to extend our gratitude and appreciation to the Snoqualmie Valley for helping us honor our fallen U.S. Marine, Lcpl. Eric L. Ward.