Traffic Alert: Weekend closure of SR 18 over Tiger Mountain may cause delays

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is warning drivers of a weekend closure of SR 18 between Snoqualmie and Hobart that has the potential to create delays on nearby detour routes - … [Read more...]

Success: local students take 1,200 FREE bus rides with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation’s Summer Freedom program

Since launching its free rides for students program in June, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation completed 1,202 trips for local schools’ students. That’s 1,200-plus trips to the lake, to skate parks and to other … [Read more...]

In close vote, Snoqualmie City Council suspends video recording of open public comment portion of meetings

After setting a new limit on the amount of time city employees can spend on public records request last month, the Snoqualmie City Council threw another curve ball at citizens on Monday, September 9th. By a … [Read more...]

Was that a COUGAR? How to identify Snoqualmie Valley wildlife

[Contributing writer Melissa Grant is a North Bend resident, pet trainer for Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs and a wildlife enthusiast] Is it a bobcat? Is it a lynx? Is it a COUGAR? Recently many … [Read more...]

New Mount Si High School unveiled to community: “More than a facility. It’s our hopes for the future”

Saturday, September 7th at Mount Si High School might best be summed up as a day of celebration and thanks - and the end of a LONG journey for the Snoqualmie Valley School District. It was the day the … [Read more...]

Organize that House: FREE recycle event offered in Snoqualmie, September 14th

Getting the kids back to school each fall inevitably leads to organization and cleaning. If you find yourself with household items that you're looking to recycle or get rid of, the City of Snoqualmie is … [Read more...]

The Harmless and Helpful snakes of the Snoqualmie Valley

One of my strongest memories of my Father is watching him walk up to the front door after work. He had his briefcase in hand, and his eyes glued to the juniper ground cover that bordered our flower beds. He had … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center presents on Food Bank, Home Repair Loans, Grants programs this week

There are a couple of important presentations at the Mt Si Senior Center this week. Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Info Session On Monday, August 26th Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Executive Director Nikki … [Read more...]

Help build the new Snoqualmie Encompass center by dining out September 15th

Local restaurants are coming together to show their support for a new Encompass pediatric therapy and early learning center in Snoqualmie, and you can, too. Dine out at a participating Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

King County warns floaters of hazard in Snoqualmie River at mile 36.1

King County recently provided a river hazards update to its website, warning boaters and floaters of hazardous conditions along the Snoqualmie, and other local rivers. On the Snoqualmie River at River Mile … [Read more...]

Festival at Mt. Si brings 3 days of jam-packed of fun to North Bend this weekend

It's that time of year - summer festival time. This weekend North Bend celebrates its small town spirit with the Festival at Mt. Si - and they do it in a big way with three jam-packed days of community … [Read more...]

Summer berries inspire special Pie Baking Class at Mt. Si Senior Center, August 15th

Some of my fondest childhood memories were learning to bake pies from my grandmother. My grandparent's home had apple and pear trees, blackberry, raspberry and blueberries bushes. I spend summers being sent to … [Read more...]

Living with Chipmunks: A look at one of Snoqualmie Valley’s day shift mammals

One of my earliest memories is driving over Snoqualmie Pass in the back of my parents VW Squareback. No seatbelts, trading off in the way back with my older sister. We played with paper dolls on the way to one … [Read more...]

Harmonizing for Health: CarePoint Free Clinic Jazz and Wine Night Benefit happens July 27th

Fall City’s CarePoint Clinic is hosting a jazz benefit concert and wine night this Saturday, July 27th, with all proceeds benefiting the clinic: Harmonizing for Health. Attendees will enjoy great wine and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley residents asked to weigh in on local transportation options

Given a choice, would you prioritize faster transportation service or more frequent service? Service that runs later or more affordable fares? A new online survey produced by the Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]