As a nurse, Cathy Westerlund, 51, never figured she’d be sitting in the waiting room as a patient. But in April of 2004 she found a lump and was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A Mount Si High School freshman is in serious condition after hitting his head on rocks Monday, June 20, at the Blue Hole, a popular swimming spot on the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River.
Cassidy Will, Tara Beyerlin and Mackenzie Will are members of the Carnation Clippers 4-H Club who participated in the Enumclaw Spring Dairy Youth Fair. The girls purchased their heifers from Carnation Farms.
FALL CITY – There’s a new sculpture in place in Fall City’s Totem Pole Garden. “Precious Moments,” a poignant piece of public artwork, was revealed during the recent Fall City Days on June 18. It was crafted by local Valley artist Victor White.
Megan Kowalski, a 2003 Mount Si High School graduate, just finished her associate of arts and sciences transfer degree from Bellevue Community College (BCC) last week, complete with honors and a grade point average of 3.6.
Mike Patterson of Mike’s Cascade Grill on Snoqualmie Ridge donated a percentage of his opening day profits to the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation (SVSF). Pictured is Roberta McFarland, president of SVSF, receiving a check from Patterson.