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Out of the past: Snoqualmie officials consider four-digit addressing; North Bend pedestrians take safety matters into their own hands

The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record’s archives: Thursday, Jan. 7,… Continue reading

  • Jan 5, 2018

State Park free day set for Jan. 15, MLK holiday celebration

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is offering one more free day day this month, when visitors to state parks will not need a… Continue reading

  • Jan 3, 2018
Sno-Valley Indoor Playground’s 14th annual Preschool Fair is set for Jan. 20 at Si View

Sno-Valley Indoor Playground’s 14th annual Preschool Fair is set for Jan. 20 at Si View

The Sno-Valley Indoor Playground hosts its 14th annual Preschool Fair, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday Jan. 20 at Si View Community Center in North Bend.… Continue reading

  • Jan 3, 2018
Sno-Valley Indoor Playground’s 14th annual Preschool Fair is set for Jan. 20 at Si View

Issaquah Alps Trails Club hosts panel discussion on ‘Loving our public lands to death’ Jan. 25

The Issaquah Alps Trails Club will host a panel discussion on “Community, Conservancy & Capacity: Loving our Public Lands to Death” at its annual meeting,… Continue reading

  • Jan 3, 2018

Valley nonprofits, apply for 2018 Rotary funding now

Snoqualmie Valley Rotary is now accepting applications for grant funding for 2018. Snoqualmie Valley Rotary awards grants to non-profit organizations serving people living in the… Continue reading

  • Jan 3, 2018
Roll credits: North Bend Theatre to start new chapter in 77-year history

Roll credits: North Bend Theatre to start new chapter in 77-year history

Whenever there’s an event in downtown North Bend, there’s some element of it happening at the North Bend Theatre, on Bendigo Boulevard. It’s been a… Continue reading

Roll credits: North Bend Theatre to start new chapter in 77-year history
Vegetables and farmers marched into Duvall’s Depot Park last spring, to conclude the March of the Vegetables parade and start a community festival. This year’s March of the Vegetables is set for March 24. (File Photo)

Lantern workshop Jan. 13 starts season of creativity for March of the Vegetables

To kick off the upcoming March of the Vegetables parade in Duvall, event organizers are hosting a lantern-making workshop for families, 1 to 5 p.m.,… Continue reading

  • Jan 2, 2018
Vegetables and farmers marched into Duvall’s Depot Park last spring, to conclude the March of the Vegetables parade and start a community festival. This year’s March of the Vegetables is set for March 24. (File Photo)
Volunteers unload a truck with donations of holiday hams for the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank. (Photo courtesy of the Snoqualmie Tribe)

Snoqualmie Tribe donated holiday hams to local, regional organizations

This holiday season, the Snoqualmie Tribe worked with organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley and wider Puget Sound region to distribute 450 hams to elders, veterans… Continue reading

  • Dec 29, 2017
Volunteers unload a truck with donations of holiday hams for the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank. (Photo courtesy of the Snoqualmie Tribe)
First place in the 2017 Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest was the Tarlton home, on Silva Avenue in historic downtown Snoqualmie. (Courtesy Photo)

Snoqualmie names 2017 winners of holiday lights contest

The city of Snoqualmie has announced the winners of the Parks Department’s annual holiday lighting contest. First place in the contest went to Tarlton home,… Continue reading

  • Dec 26, 2017
First place in the 2017 Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest was the Tarlton home, on Silva Avenue in historic downtown Snoqualmie. (Courtesy Photo)
North Bend names two Employees of the Year for 2017

North Bend names two Employees of the Year for 2017

In an unprecedented tie vote, the city of North Bend chose two Employees of the Year for 2017; Jennifer Bourlin, Utilities Coordinator, and Larry Shaw,… Continue reading

  • Dec 21, 2017
North Bend names two Employees of the Year for 2017

Out of the past: Snoqualmie lands in legal trouble for cigar store Indian raffle; the Grinch cuts down 7-foot tree from local yard

The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record’s archives: Thursday, Dec. 24,… Continue reading

  • Dec 21, 2017

Arts program seeking exhibit proposals for 4Culture gallery

Gallery 4Culture is seeking solo, collaborative, and group exhibition proposals in a broad range of media for its upcoming season, running September 2018 through July… Continue reading

  • Dec 20, 2017
Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church

Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church

Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis held their annual Giving Tree event last week, where hundreds of donations of toys were available at the North Bend Church of… Continue reading

Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church
Darien Payne discusses various seeds with a participant in the 2017 Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. The event returns to Cedarcrest High School Feb. 10.

Valley seed swap event is scheduled for Feb. 10 at Cedarcrest High School

The eighth annual Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange, is set for 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at Cedarcrest High School, Duvall. This event… Continue reading

  • Dec 19, 2017
Darien Payne discusses various seeds with a participant in the 2017 Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. The event returns to Cedarcrest High School Feb. 10.

Raging River Church plans two Christmas Eve services

Raging River Community Church in Preston is hosting two Christmas Eve services, at 10:30 a.m. and a candlelight service at 8 p.m. During the regular… Continue reading

  • Dec 19, 2017
County grant to open doors for troubled Valley youth, along with the doors of The Trail Youth coffeehouse

County grant to open doors for troubled Valley youth, along with the doors of The Trail Youth coffeehouse

The Trail Youth began its outreach to troubled teens with coffee and doughnuts and now, with a Best Starts for Kids grant, it will expand that outreach into a mentorship program, nonprofit clothing bank, and naturally, a coffeehouse.

County grant to open doors for troubled Valley youth, along with the doors of The Trail Youth coffeehouse

Golf comes to Snoqualmie Casino with Northwest Indoor Golf Championship, Jan. 12-14

Snoqualmie Casino, Seattle’s closest casino, will host its first ever Northwest Indoor Golf Championship, Jan. 12 to 14, with the help of the Full Swing… Continue reading

  • Dec 19, 2017

Master Gardeners start garden talk season with Jan. 13 session on composting, healthy soil

The Master Gardeners of Snoqualmie Valley are starting their garden talks in the North Bend and Sammamish Libraries early for 2018. There are six events… Continue reading

  • Dec 19, 2017

Scouts will collect holiday trees Jan. 6 in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Preston

Snoqualmie Valley Boy Scout Troops will be collecting residents’ holiday trees on Sunday, Jan. 6, in in Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City, and Preston. To… Continue reading

  • Dec 18, 2017
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Ring in 2018 with midnight extravaganza at Snoqualmie Casino

Ring in 2018 with midnight extravaganza at Snoqualmie Casino Snoqualmie Casino is ringing in the new year with an over-the-top party featuring specialty cocktails, live… Continue reading

  • Dec 18, 2017
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