October 2013

GIVE GOOD Awards Open for Nominations; Aims to Honor Inspirational Snoqualmie Valley People

School Board Candidates Answer Questions on Topics Shaping Future of Snoqualmie Valley School District

Letter: Eight Years Later, District No Better off With Incumbent Board Member

One on One: School Board President Gives Inside Look at Candidates, April School Bond, Freshman Campus

Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardeners’ Fall Advice: Saving a Favorite Plant, Fall Garden Clean up Tips

Vandals Destroy Local Business Sign; Fundraiser Launched to Help Business Owner

Issaquah’s Grand Ridge Plaza Celebrates Openings of Big Anchor Stores; Safeway, Home Goods, Marshalls All Now Open

Ben’s Breakdown: Mount Si Football Looks to Bounce Back for Homecoming, After Tough Bellevue Loss

Snoqualmie Valley Halloween Happenings, From Kid-Friendly to Totally Scary!

Growing Community Concern Over Increasing Homeless Population, Police Calls Up; North Bend Launches Online Survey about the Topic

No Grocery Store Strike! Tentative Agreement Reached

Election 2013: Meet the Snoqualmie Valley Candidates Forum Aims to Engage, Inform Local Voters

Winter Homeless Shelter Opening for Second Season in North Bend; Public Meeting Tomorrow

Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew and SnoValley Winds Community Band Seeking New Members!

Grocery Strike Update: North Bend Safeway, QFC on Strike Countdown

Ben’s Breakdown: Mount Si Faces Biggest Test of Season, Faces Nationally-Ranked Bellevue

Divers Find North Bend Man Dead in Bellevue’s Mercer Slough

What’s Happening: Fun Halloween Town for Kids; Weekend Fundraiser for Class of 2014

Four-Vehicle Collision on I-90 Snarls Afternoon Traffic, Delays Some School Buses

King County to Plow Two-Thirds Less Roads this Winter, Only Four in Snoqualmie Valley

Snoqualmie Pets 101: How to Build a Pet First Aid Kit

Strike Rumblings Heard Again in Snoqualmie Valley Schools; Mediator Requested by Classified Workers Union

Bring on Halloween! Night on a Dark Trail Returns this Weekend

Three Children Fall out Windows in Four Months; Snoqualmie Fire and Police Window Safety Tips

Living Snoqualmie