Mediated bargaining sessions between the Snoqualmie Valley School District and the teachers’ union have yielded “some progress,” according to both sides, and more sessions are scheduled for Aug. 13 and 18.
When North Bend city employees decided to tear down a tree to make room for a new signal pole at the intersection of Park Street and Bendigo Boulevard, they came across a big, buzzing obstacle: About 25,000 bees had made the tree their home.
Snoqualmie Railroad Days fans nearly had to do without the signature joy of grabbing prizes from antenna balls, dropped from the sky by a hovering helicopter.
Mediated bargaining sessions between the Snoqualmie Valley School District and the teachers’ union have yielded “some progress,” according to both sides.
Petitioners trying to leave the Snoqualmie Valley School District faced a setback last week when their request was thrown out on a technicality, but they plan to revise and re-file their petition next month.
Five months have passed since the day Mo Burshears’ home was burglarized.
Last week, she looked in her bedside drawer for a prized document to show her son. Unable to locate the decade-old piece of paper, she remembered that the entire contents of the drawer were taken from her home during a robbery last February.
Laurel Anderson’s love for teaching children was immediately obvious as she began a recent preschool swim class at the Si View Community Center pool in North Bend.
More than 100 Valley families choose to send their children to public schools outside the Snoqualmie Valley School District.
Get ready to fill that boot! North Bend firefighters will be using their boots throughout the summer to help area adults and children with neuromuscular diseases, during the 53rd annual “Fill the Boot” drive.
Snoqualmie Riders, a group of American Legion members who also ride motorcycles, are currently meeting in the Valley.