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While families from the Valley and beyond would agree that Fall City Days is a great party, most people may not realize that months of work go in to making it a blast.
on the wild fish of Snoqualmie from our stock of fish,” Combs said. The abundance of hatchery steelheads around Tokul Creek has made it a popular fishing spot, luring crowds into the Valley.
Valley Animal Partners are holding their first annual “Mardi Cause” fund raiser, taking place over two days, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17, in North Bend.
Acupressure is now available at the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation.
For 35 years, the Washington State Department of Agriculture has kept the gypsy moth out of this state.
Three Valley students, joined by a Chief Kanim Middle School teacher and parent chaperones, were treated to a taste of Spain this summer during a nine-day whirlwind tour that included stops in Madrid, Bilbao and Barcelona.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and Agate Pass Transportation are cooperating to offer a new recreational shuttle service between Cedar Falls and Snoqualmie Pass on the I-90 corridor.
• Teacher’s union officials in Snoqualmie Valley School District 410, concerned about a lack of progress in contract negotiations, announced that the teachers will not return to work without a new contract. Members of the SEA voted overwhelmingly on the last day of school not to report to work without a contract.
• Open mic at Isadora’s Books and Cafe, 8062 Railroad Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie, from 7 to 10 p.m. Now serving wine and beer. Call (425) 888-1345 for information.
Sylvia R. “Peggy” Loid, 88, of Port Townsend, died Friday, July 25, of natural causes, in Bremerton, Wash.
Missing person: At 9:33 a.m., a caller who lives at the 7700 block of Fairway Avenue Southeast reported that her husband had left for a jog three and a half hours earlier and had not returned. He eventually came home safe.
Fourth grade student Shaye Hodgins of North Bend will perform with the cast of “Urinetown, The Musical,” starting Friday, Aug. 15, at the Center House Theatre at Seattle Center.
A trio of Snoqualmie Valley painters have joined forces to give locals a glimpse into their artistic lives.
Connor Burshears is looking to shake up people’s notion of the traditional summer-fun lemonade stand.
Looking to find a permanent home for Snoqualmie’s original fire engine, members of the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association are auctioning a one-of-a-kind ride in the Railroad Days parade.
In 101 years, Miriam Schodde has witnessed 18 American presidents, two world wars, the advent of the television, the computer and microwavable food.