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WM veterans bring safety to our community

WM veterans bring safety to our community

A column written by Hannah Scholes, Waste Management’s recycling education and outreach coordinator.

  • Dec 6, 2018
WM veterans bring safety to our community
Mark and April Bennett sharing their story with the audience. Photo courtesy of Erik Alston Photography.

Encompass gala raises more than $460K

The nonprofit partners with families to build healthy foundations for children.

  • Nov 28, 2018
Mark and April Bennett sharing their story with the audience. Photo courtesy of Erik Alston Photography.
Mount Si Senior Center honors veterans at annual luncheon

Mount Si Senior Center honors veterans at annual luncheon

Local veterans gathered at Mount Si Senior Center for the annual Veterans Day celebration.

Mount Si Senior Center honors veterans at annual luncheon
Railroad history now in kiosk on Preston-Snoqualmie Trail

Railroad history now in kiosk on Preston-Snoqualmie Trail

Folks who enjoy the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail may not remember that it is a “rails to trails” creation. The trail parking lot on Lake Alice Road… Continue reading

  • Nov 14, 2018
Railroad history now in kiosk on Preston-Snoqualmie Trail
OPINION: KCLS supports citizen engagement year-round

OPINION: KCLS supports citizen engagement year-round

Voter resources available at area libraries.

  • Nov 9, 2018
OPINION: KCLS supports citizen engagement year-round
North Bend completes full renovation of NE 12th Street

North Bend completes full renovation of NE 12th Street

North Bend has completed a long time priority project, the improvement of NE 12th Street.

North Bend completes full renovation of NE 12th Street
OPINION: Detox for your body and mind

OPINION: Detox for your body and mind

Dr. Allison Apfelbaum is a naturopathic primary care doctor in Woodinville.

  • Nov 9, 2018
OPINION: Detox for your body and mind
L-R: Annalisa Favorido, Melinda Caluori (au pair coordinator), Ellen Gunterberg, Rebekah Medlin, Darcy Shepherd and Karen Zuniga share their cultural exchange experiences. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo.

A cultural exchange experience in the Valley

Around 40 au pairs live with local families as part of a cultural exchange experience in Snoqualmie and North Bend

L-R: Annalisa Favorido, Melinda Caluori (au pair coordinator), Ellen Gunterberg, Rebekah Medlin, Darcy Shepherd and Karen Zuniga share their cultural exchange experiences. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo.
Mount Si High School Homecoming court. King and Queen, Josh York and Madyson Ford, are part of the school’s special education program. Members of the court include Joe Waskom, Bella Gerlitz, Colby Green, Emi Yoshikawa, Tatum Dalgleish, Ryan Horn, Mateo DiDomenico, Parker Wutherich and Kevin Corder. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions.

Mount Si High School honor special needs students at Homecoming game

Mount Si High School students elect Josh York and Madyson Ford as Homecoming king and queen.

Mount Si High School Homecoming court. King and Queen, Josh York and Madyson Ford, are part of the school’s special education program. Members of the court include Joe Waskom, Bella Gerlitz, Colby Green, Emi Yoshikawa, Tatum Dalgleish, Ryan Horn, Mateo DiDomenico, Parker Wutherich and Kevin Corder. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions.
Miller receives National Gold Medal

Miller receives National Gold Medal

Elaina Miller of Snoqualmie has won the award from the Royal Conservatory of Music.

  • Oct 26, 2018
Miller receives National Gold Medal

Friends of Youth Breakfast, Oct. 24 and 31

The breakfast aims to raise funds to provide counseling services to support students.

  • Oct 19, 2018
From Snoqualmie to nuclear subs, Zetec builds inspection tech

From Snoqualmie to nuclear subs, Zetec builds inspection tech

The Snoqualmie-based company builds ultrasound and eddy current testing tech.

From Snoqualmie to nuclear subs, Zetec builds inspection tech

How do you define successful aging?

A column for seniors of the Snoqualmie Valley.

  • Oct 12, 2018
Fall City Historic Signs map updated for 2018

Fall City Historic Signs map updated for 2018

The Fall City Historic Signs project will have fifteen signs throughout the city by the end of 2018.

Fall City Historic Signs map updated for 2018
Fall City Historical Society features new theme for 2019 calendar

Fall City Historical Society features new theme for 2019 calendar

The Fall City Historical Society features their new theme

  • Oct 12, 2018
Fall City Historical Society features new theme for 2019 calendar
Fall City Historical Society hosts music and history performance on Oct. 19

Fall City Historical Society hosts music and history performance on Oct. 19

Fall City Historical Society is hosting a performance by Bob Antone and Tinkham Road on Oct. 19.

  • Oct 12, 2018
Fall City Historical Society hosts music and history performance on Oct. 19
It’s time to get clear on recycling

It’s time to get clear on recycling

A column by Michelle Metzler, Waste Management recycling education and outreach manager

  • Oct 12, 2018
It’s time to get clear on recycling
Northwest Railway Musuem restores pews in chapel car

Northwest Railway Musuem restores pews in chapel car

The Northwest Railway Museum is installing restored pews in Chapel Car 5

Northwest Railway Musuem restores pews in chapel car

Fall into Wellness | Healthy living

Steps to take right now rather than waiting for the new year

  • Oct 11, 2018
Elected members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council meet with leaders from the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance to present a check for $1.4 million. From left Dr. Nancy Davidson, executive director and president SCCA, Suzanne Sailto, Snoqualmie Tribal Council, Jolene Williams, Snoqualmie Tribal secretary, Steve de los Angeles, Snoqualmie Tribal deputy secretary, Bob de los Angeles, Snoqualmie Tribal chairman, Michael Ross, Snoqualmie Tribal vice chair, Kari Glover, chair SCCA Board of Directors, Norm Hubbard, executive vice president SCCA, Linda Mattox, chair SCCA Board of Directors Development Committee, Dr. Terry McDonnell, vice president of clinical operations and chief nurse executive SCCA. Photo courtesy of the Snoqualmie Tribe.

Snoqualmie Tribe donates more than $3 million

Donations to support health initiatives regarding tobacco and problem gambling.

  • Oct 10, 2018
Elected members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council meet with leaders from the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance to present a check for $1.4 million. From left Dr. Nancy Davidson, executive director and president SCCA, Suzanne Sailto, Snoqualmie Tribal Council, Jolene Williams, Snoqualmie Tribal secretary, Steve de los Angeles, Snoqualmie Tribal deputy secretary, Bob de los Angeles, Snoqualmie Tribal chairman, Michael Ross, Snoqualmie Tribal vice chair, Kari Glover, chair SCCA Board of Directors, Norm Hubbard, executive vice president SCCA, Linda Mattox, chair SCCA Board of Directors Development Committee, Dr. Terry McDonnell, vice president of clinical operations and chief nurse executive SCCA. Photo courtesy of the Snoqualmie Tribe.