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Cheers, tears and miles of sticky string capped an emotional graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 12, at Mount Si High School.
Look at all our graduation photos on our website under Photo reprints
The city of Snoqualmie is all set to celebrate the start of construction on its new city hall building.
The Snoqualmie City Council has approved a change in the city's fireworks rules that makes it easier for police to crack down on the use of illegal firecrackers.
The Valley's top deputy will host a town meeting on some tough decisions to made about a shrinking King County Sheriff's Budget.
The discovery of a suspicious package caused Mount Si High School officials to cancel classes and evacuate the school Monday, June 16.
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The June 11 commencement ceremony for Two Rivers School was a emotional culmination of years of hard work and overcoming obstacles
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North Bend graduate Kathryn McFarland, currently a freshman attending Franklin College in Switzerland, recently wrote to the Valley Record, sharing her thoughts on her latest adventures abroad.
School bells around the Valley sounded for the last time this academic year as throngs of students made their way into the summer sunshine Thursday, June 19.
The Bellevue South Stake of the Church of Latter Day Saints, which includes North Bend and Snoqualmie, had 150 youth from four high schools in the region supporting Special Olympics on Saturday, May 31.
When Virginia Sharpy learned five years ago that her husband, Dave, had liver cirrhosis, she thought he had received a death sentence.
A North Bend man has been indicted on charges of wire fraud for allegedly participating in an $8.5 million mortgage fraud scheme.
The King County Council unanimously approved the transfer of about 200 acres of Tollgate Farm to the city of North Bend on Monday, June 23.
Starting August 10, North Bend residents will pay a bit more for sewer service.
Golden shovels stood at attention Monday afternoon, June 23, as a group of dignitaries, young and old, gathered to witness the big moment.
More than 50 people from the Valley's unincorporated areas attended a meeting held Monday evening, June 23, at the Fall City Fire Station, to address safety issues with King County Sheriff Sue Rahr.
Clarification - In the story "Safety in peril?" in the Valley Record's June 25 edition, Fall City resident Richard Werlein stated that unincorporated residents are at a disadvantage competing for attention from the county for limited resources. His published comments, however, were not meant to express frustration at living in an unincorporated area.
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.