Local

Mobile DSHS heads to North Bend

NEW — 6 a.m. May 25, 2015

The Washington Department of Social and Health Services mobile office will be at in North Bend from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 3 at the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, 122 East Third St.

The mobile office helps people apply for food stamps, cash and childcare. Active clients will have an opportunity to update their accounts close to home.

Visitors can also drop off paperwork, complete an eligibility review, mid-certification review or make changes to an existing case.

Learn more by calling 1-877-501-2233 toll free.

Sports

Wildcat golfers qualify for 4A state tournament

The Mount Si High School girls golf team took a new coach, a new conference and a crop of new players and turned it into a deep playoff run that isn’t over yet as two Wildcats will head to the Class 4A state tournament.

The Wildcats finished the regular season, their first in KingCo 4A, with a league record of 5-3 before heading into the KingCo medalist tournament May 12 at the Snohomish Golf Course. Mount Si finished in third place with a score of 440, behind Eastlake (417) and champion Newport (413).

By Steve Botulinski Junior Caitlin Maralack (bottom far right) and freshman Kat Hodgson (top far left) are Mount Si High School’s two representatives from the golf team moving on to state.

By Steve Botulinski
Junior Caitlin Maralack (bottom far right) and freshman Kat Hodgson (top far left) are Mount Si High School’s two representatives from the golf team moving on to state.

Five of Mount Si’s six golfers earned a top-27 spot to advance to the second day of the tournament. Read more »

Schools

Mount Si High school photographers honored

Twelve photos shot by 11 Mount Si High School students were honored May 2 at the Washington State High School Photography Competition 2015.

By Anna Schiferl Mount Si freshman Anna Schiferl’s photo won fifth place in the color category at the state high school competition.

By Anna Schiferl
Mount Si freshman Anna Schiferl’s photo won fifth place in the color category at the state high school competition.

Freshman Anna Schiferl placed fifth in the state in the color category and sophomore Connor Bunting was a finalist in the portrait category (one of the final 18 photos in that category). Read more »

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