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The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, one of the first buildings visitors see as they enter North Bend from Interstate 90, will spruce up for North Bend's upcoming centennial.
Wanted: the whereabouts and phone numbers of dozens of graduates of Mount Si High School.
Law enforcement officers from the King County Sheriff's Office, Washington Department of Natural Resources, U.S.
What started as a well-intentioned gift, turned into a bomb scare last Monday, June 16, at Mount Si High School.
A 36-year-old Kirkland man, who was inner tubing without a life jacket Monday, June 30, on the Snoqualmie River, is missing and presumed drowned.
Drivers using North Bend Way could begin seeing traffic impacts this week, with construction beginning on the new roundabout at the Snoqualmie Casino entrance.
The fourth annual Greenway Days offered something for everyone, including guided hikes, bike rides and history tours among other events within the 1.4 million acres of the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
With retail fireworks stands now open in Valley communities, local cities and firefighters ask residents to celebrate safely.
At the North Bend Farmers Market's first session of the season, 4-year-old Brennan Carbonell of Snoqualmie pulls a wagon loaded with new plants. Shoppers also had their choice of fresh produce, flowers, textiles and prepared foods. The market runs Thursdays from 4 to 8 p.m. through Sept. 11 at Si View Park, located at 400 S.E. Orchard Dr. in North Bend.
The Northwest Railway Museum will celebrate the 118th birthday of the Snoqualmie Depot on Saturday and Sunday, July 5 and 6.
Snoqualmie businessman Jeff Warren had participated in Relay for Life in the past, but when his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer in January, her struggle "brought it back to the forefront of my caring," he said.
The Snoqualmie Valley School District will tap into reserve funds and make some tough cuts to reconcile its 2008-09 budget, but administrators are even more concerned about the following year's plan.
The Valley didn't quite see record-breaking heat over the weekend, but locals shopped as if it had, stocking up on water, beer and other summer essentials.
Rudy Edwards, who recently won a community activist award from the Vancouver chapter of the NAACP, uses the following question to guide his substantial community service: "How can I get this child the best opportunities and link them to something worthwhile?"
A new volunteer study group, called the North Bend/Snoqualmie Elk Roundtable, has recently been formed by concerned individuals and representatives from various governmental, business, and non-profit entities to study and assess the impact of the rapidly growing elk herd in the upper Snoqualmie Valley.
A battle is on to protect some of King County's best riverside habitat from knotweed, a tough, invasive plant.
Before the Carnation Fourth of July parade, hungry visitors can enjoy the annual pancake breakfast put on by Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ.
All that's needed for a successful Snoqualmie sidewalk sale, planned for Saturday and Sunday, July 5 and 6, is a little cooperation from the weather.
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network (SVCN) had hoped to establish a health center at the new Twin Falls Middle School.
The Snoqualmie Valley Women's Social host team includes, from left, Rhonda Treglown, Kathy Golic, Patricia Bennett, Susan Livingston, and Jeanne Acker (host Lara Currie was not pictured). The group raised over $1,000 at benefit held Friday, June 6, to help the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank. To find out more about the group, call Kathy Golic at (425) 831-5195.