Mount Si Summer Debate Camp Returns, Learn the Art of Arguing from the Best

Fresh off its third trip to the National Speech and Debate Tournament [Public Forum Debate] in Salt Lake City, Mount Si Debate celebrates another great year. Senior Ruary Thompson headed to Utah right after … [Read more...]

Need for Speed | Challenge Series Races Give Special Drivers Chance to Navigate the Parkway

It's a very special event, with some very special people... with "a need for speed." Come Saturday, September 19, 2015 they will be flying down [a small, not too steep section of] Snoqualmie Parkway with the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Boy National Track and Field Champion Again, Next Step Mount Si Cross Country

Those who know 14-year Joe Waskom know he can run. He started competing in Snoqualmie fun runs while in elementary school. By time he was 12 he won the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Cross Country … [Read more...]

New Life Coming to North Bend Explosion Site

The massive rubble pile sat for months as a reminder of the devastating blast that leveled Last Cut East Barber Shop, a new restaurant days away from opening and small strip mall along North Bend Way during the … [Read more...]

Casting Call for Movie Extras | Help Budding, Local Teen Filmmaker with New Project, ‘Dear Society’

Local 16-year old filmmaker, Wynter Rhys, who recently released her first short film, Little Red, has a film extra casting call out to the Snoqualmie Valley for her new project, Dear Society. Like Little Red, … [Read more...]

Fire & Police News | Banned Fireworks Will Come with Hefty Fine; Police Survey Shows Increasing Citizen Satisfaction

Fire Dept: 2015 Last Year for Legal Aerial Fireworks in Snoqualmie In February, the Snoqualmie City Council voted unanimously to amend the City of Snoqualmie Fireworks Ordinance. Effective in February 2016, no … [Read more...]

Hiker Stranded in Ravine on Mt. Teneriffe Successfully Rescued

King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) Guardian 2 helicopter responded to the North Bend area, Monday, March 2, 2015, to help rescue a climber stuck in the Mt. Si area, but wasn't able to get to the mountain due … [Read more...]

Sasquatch Spotted Streetside in North Bend

As soon as Bob Antone's wood sculpture moved outside (and streetside) of the North Bend Visitors Center and Mountain View Art Gallery, the questions started. One resident asked, "What is up with the driftwood … [Read more...]

Dream Realized | Mount Si Student Signs with Prestigious University of Washington Crew Program

In 5th grade, during the first soccer practice of the year, Madison Mariani did one lap around the field and ended up in tears, saying she was going to throw up from the short run. But she didn't stop. Her … [Read more...]

Cities to State: Fix ‘Critical Deficiencies’ of I90, SR 18 Interchange, Widen HIghway

Tuesday afternoon, October 28, 2014, along the SR 18 approach to I-90, two semis and a minivan collided. It was a major accident, with one semi rear-ending the van, leaving it almost unrecognizable. The 81-year … [Read more...]

Throw on Your Dancing Shoes and Discover Contra Dance, Rural Community Spirit at the Sallal Grange

The Sallal Grange wants you to throw on your dancing shoes and join their next Contra Dance on Friday, October  17th, at 7PM in the Sallal Grange and Community Hall, 432nd Ave SE in North Bend. What's contra … [Read more...]

Ridge Pharmacy Officially Open for Business, Snoqualmie No Longer without Full-Service Pharmacy

It took a few months longer than planned, but it appears Snoqualmie has a pharmacy once again. The city had been without a pharmacy since July 2013 when Village Pharmacy closed its doors. The new Ridge … [Read more...]

North Bend Begins Two Month Improvement Project, Sprucing up Downtown

It seems both Snoqualmie and North Bend are now in the processing of improving and sprucing up the downtown areas.  Residents should get used to seeing construction crews on downtown streets in the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Class of 2014, History and Innovation that Shaped the Path to Graduation Day

Friday, June 13th (yes, Friday the 13th) the Mount Si High School Class of 2014 will enter Wildcat Stadium one last time as high school students. Parents and relatives will pack the stands, cameras in … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardener Tips: Saving the Poinsettia, Loving the Witch Hazel, Stopping Weeds Early

Save the Poinsettia? The Christmas tree is put away. The lights have been taken down. The poinsettia has dropped  its leaves and stands on naked skinny stems. Keep it, toss it, what should you do? First … [Read more...]