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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.
Chief Kanim Middle School students have been named to the school's honor society for spring semester. Students with an asterisk next to their name achieved a 4.0 grade point average. Honor society students include:
Ten-year-old Dylan Johnson of North Bend has serious story-spinning skills.
Valley youths who love horses can meet with like-minded peers and learn more about their favorite animal through a 4-H club that gets together in North Bend.
Summer hardly means boredom for Vacation Bible School campers at Snoqualmie United Methodist Church.
Vacation Bible School runs 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., July 21 through 25.
Newly named Eagle Scouts with Troop 466, from left, front row, Jimmy Dunn, Jeff Stockman, back row, Nick Gaudio, Shawn Paskey and Jason McClelland display mementos earned at their court of honor, held Saturday, June 28 at Tolt MacDonald Park. The new Eagles each received a frisbee in recognition of one of their favorite activities together.
The Snoqualmie Valley Record is looking for a full-time office coordinator. Please see the job description. Pay is DOE, it is an entry level position with medical, dental, vision, sick leave and vacation.
Leah Louise Meadows and Steven Richard Crabb are excited to announce their engagement.
Helping Valley Center Stage is the cause of the night at a benefit evening planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at The Nursery at Mount Si.
State rep, senate hopefuls to answer questions With the Nov. 4 election fast approaching, the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the Snoqualmie Valley School District to help residents of the 5th District get to know the candidates for the state Legislature and Senate. On Thursday, Oct. 9, from 6 to 6:45 p.m., candidates Cheryl Pflug, Phyllis Huster, Glenn Anderson, David Spring, Jay Rodne and Jon Viebrock will greet the public in Mount Si High School’s commons area. At 6:45 p.m., the candidates move to the auditorium, where they will introduce themselves and answer questions from a panel made up of community members and high school students. The forum will then open to audience questions before wrapping up at 9 p.m. King County’s 5th Legislative District is made up of east and south King County, including the Sammamish Plateau, Issaquah, Snoqualmie Valley and Maple Valley. Republican state Senate incumbent Pflug is challenged by Huster, a Democrat. Republican Position 2 See candidates at planned forum
Snoqualmie Fire Department
Speaker to discuss parents, athletics