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Sportswriter Shaun Scott leaves Sound Publishing after 59 months.
Mount Si athletes push themselves with wondrous work ethic.
Mount Si grad Samuelson will play college basketball this season.
Mount Si High graduate will major in business administration.
Snoqualmie’s James Sprague recently qualified for the 2019 Reebok Crossfit Games in Madison Wisconsin, Aug. 1-4. The 17-year-old is one of 10 teenagers from around… Continue reading
Mount Si senior defender Joelle Buck calls the shots in the defensive backfield.
Peacocks roam the streets of the neighborhood I grew up in.
Mount Si playmaker thrives in open space.
Lake Sammamish State Park will be the site of an exciting extravaganza.
Pacific Lutheran University men’s soccer team lands stalwart Wildcat midfielder.
Nils Galloway, an incoming freshman at Mount Si High, is the United States points leader in slalom alpine ski racing in the U-16 category. He… Continue reading
Twelve-team event took place June 15 in Woodinville.
Mount Si graduate continues to dominate on the oval.
Edgar Martinez visits Bellevue Barnes & Noble to promote his book.
The Snoqualmie Valley North Cubs beat the Falls Cubs, 5-4, in eight innings of the Little League majors Snoqualmie Valley championship game on June 8… Continue reading
Wildcats roster is filled with playmakers.
Mount Si Wildcats senior football player Colby Botten continues family legacy.
Mount Si athlete finishes eighth at state meet.
Price tag sits at about $23 million, according to Sno-King executive director.
All local elementary schools form teams.