The Northwest Railway Museum invites all to take part in fall festivities at the Snoqualmie Depot, with the annual Halloween Train ride Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25 and 26.
North Bend’s Valley Center Stage is opening their upcoming season with A.R. Gurney’s unique comedy “Sylvia,” a hilarious tale about a man, his wife and the other woman, who in this case happens to be a stray dog.
25 Years Ago
Thursday, Sept. 15, 1983
• Some important money matters will face voters in three Valley cities in the primary election Tuesday. Combined with votes on a number of elected positions, it would make next Tuesday a busy day. Monetary measures are slated for police services in Carnation, fire-fighting equipment in Snoqualmie and street repairs in North Bend.
Snoqualmie photographers Greg Schatzlein and Dusty Cavaliere take their love of the outdoors and adventure sports and combine it with their devotion to photography, bringing viewers a look at the world that few ever see.
This is a remarkable story about an ordinary man who begins with a passion for mountaineering and ends up being known by the downtrodden Pakastani villagers as a “saintly” infidel. Over the course of years, he builds 55 secular schools to offer education to a population of children who would otherwise have gone without.