Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation donates BIG for district education initiatives

The Snoqualmie Valley School District recently announced a big donation it received from the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation following the foundation's successful Spring Luncheon - its annual fundraiser … [Read more...]

New state law removes popular immunization exemption, requires more students be vaccinated for measles before new school year

A new state law may decrease the number of Washington state students attending school without MMR vaccinations. Following a measles outbreak earlier this year, the Washington State legislature passed a bill … [Read more...]

Community gives feedback on city plans to expand Snoqualmie Community Center/YMCA, add pool

The City of Snoqualmie held a community meeting on Sunday, June 9th to discuss expanding the Snoqualmie YMCA/Community Center. According to City Communications Manager Joan Pliego, about 80 people turned out to … [Read more...]

Si View Parks selects preferred pool option as works to develop Community Aquatics Center

According to a news release, driven by strong interest from Si View Parks District constituents and greater Snoqualmie Valley community members, Si View Metro Parks is exploring options for developing a new … [Read more...]

Class of 2019: History that Marked the Journey to Graduation

It's that time of year across the Snoqualmie Valley: high school graduation. As seniors get excited to put on their caps and gowns, parents are reminiscing with conflicting feelings of excitement and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police want to tackle drug issue by adding narcotics dog

On May 28th Snoqualmie Police Chief Perry Phipps asked the city council for approval to explore adding a drug dog to the department, increasing the SPD's level of service. Phipps commented, "I don't want to … [Read more...]

History Made: Mount Si Boys Soccer finishes 2nd in State

UPDATE | MAY 26TH, 5AM Well, it wasn't quite the storybook season ending that many were hoping for, but the Mount Si boys soccer team finished second in state. The lost a hard fought battle to Puyallup in … [Read more...]

Candidates have Filed: Here’s who running for council, mayor, school board and more

It's official. King County Elections week is over, which mean we now know who has decided to run for North Bend, Snoqualmie city council and mayor, school board and other special district seats. In North … [Read more...]

Mount Si soccer, golf, track & field represent at State this week

The Mount Si boys soccer team won another dramatic playoff game with yet another incredible winning goal. Reed Paradissis gets credit this time with a head's up play that propelled the team into the state … [Read more...]

Mount Si boys soccer secures spot in 4A State quarterfinals with incredible go-ahead goal

Wednesday night, May 15, 2019, with a incredible teamwork and an amazing go-ahead goal at the 68 minute mark, Mount Si Boys soccer secured a spot in the WIAA 4A State Quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over … [Read more...]

Mount Si boys soccer trounces Mariner, plays for District Championship May 9th

I am not sure anyone expected the one-sided goal explosion that happened Tuesday night at Wildcat Stadium in the 4A boys soccer Wes-King District playoffs, but if you're a Mount Si fan, you most likely enjoyed … [Read more...]

Fast growing Junior Wildcat Football program committed to safe environment, teaching life lessons; registration open

While baseball and lacrosse are in full swing for the youth of the Snoqualmie Valley, one group is already looking ahead and working on the 2019 Fall football season. The Board members of the Sno-Valley … [Read more...]

New downtown Snoqualmie infrastructure project starts soon; impacts streets around Mount Si High School

The City of Snoqualmie announced its latest downtown improvement project will begin this month. Called the Greek Streets Utility Infrastructure Improvement Project, it is slated to bring new and upgraded … [Read more...]

New $200 million Mount Si High School still on budget and on time; opens fall 2019

In a monthly update, the Snoqualmie Valley School District reported that construction of the new Mount Si High School remains on budget and on schedule to open in the fall of 2019. The state-of-the art $200 … [Read more...]

North Bend student named to University of Washington Husky 100

[Article by contributing writer and Snoqualmie resident, Amanda Rich] Mt. Si High School graduate ('15) and North Bend native Rachel Massey was recently named to the University of Washington’s Husky … [Read more...]