Snoqualmie Valley News

Fire Blotter |Airlift Assist; Garage Fire; Fall at the Falls

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to this past week. October 15th At 3:43 am Snoqualmie Firefighters dispatched to Snoqualmie Valley … [Read More...]

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Accessibilty of Trails and Outdoor Recreation in the Snoqualmie Valley (part one)

[Guest post by Matt Pawelski] Welcome to the first installment of our series concerning accessibility to trails and outdoor recreation in Snoqualmie Valley! You may have heard about the official opening of Camp Brown day-use area off the Middle … [Continue Reading...]

Valley Covid cases on the upswing concern that climb in overall cases means ‘fall surge’ is starting. Experts say we must act now to reverse trends

Data from the Washington State Department of Health show that case numbers in western Washington counties are climbing at an alarming rate, near or beyond previous peaks in some areas. Between October 6th and 20th, there were 31 new cases in … [Continue Reading...]

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SVSD Reopening Plans On Hold Due to Increasing COVID-19 Cases

The latest from Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Robert Manahan Dear Snoqualmie Valley families, During this pandemic school year, our school district continues to monitor and assess a number of factors … [Read More...]

Letter | Support Ingrid Anderson

[Letter by Ed Anderson- Snoqualmie, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate to] In response to the … [Read More...]

Pick Up or Plant a Tree on Arbor Day & Green Snoqualmie Day

Honor our urban forests on a combined Arbor Day & Green Snoqualmie Day event held October 17, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Community Park, located at 35016 SE Ridge Street. Socially distanced activities include a drive-thru … [Read More...]

Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Another Traffic Snarl on Wednesday

At approximately 2 pm Wednesday, October 14th Kittitas County Sheriff's Office began a pursuit of a white vehicle on westbound I-90 at milepost 63. photo credit WSP Washington State Patrol Troopers became involved at … [Read More...]

Accident on I90: Driver under arrest for vehicular assault

Just after 4pm on eastbound I-90, a serious accident occurred when a truck struck two vehicles waiting to get SR-18. Photo courtesy of WSP Twitter The initial collision launched the vehicle on its side and into another … [Read More...]

North Bend Theatre Reopens After Seven Months

After seven long months, the silver screen lights up again at the North Bend Theatre. The historic theatre closed March 16th when COVID-19 restrictions shut down theatres across the nation.    The State of … [Read More...]

Nightstream Film Festival Review of “Boys from County Hell”

[Review by local guest writer Matt Pawelski] On the North Bend Film Festival's virtual "Nightstream" lineup this month, Boys from County Hell is a must for any horror lovers due for a … [Read More...]

Dahlgren Project Anticipates Breaking Ground This Month

Even though the Friends of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail and River tried mightily to oppose the complex, after nearly 5 years of planning, the new Cedar River Partners Apartment Project is anticipated to break ground this month … [Read More...]

Holiday greenery sale supporting Mt. Si Senior Center has begun

Start thinking about your holiday decorations, and support our senior citizens, all in one step with Mt. Si Senior Center’s annual holiday greenery sale. Choose from vibrant poinsettias, abundant wreaths and lush … [Read More...]

The Week Ahead – Hawks Game Windstorm Possible! And another Tuesday, before drier conditions later in the week

[Article by Ryan Porter of Snoqualmie Weather] We're really transitioning into active Fall-like weather now, aren't we? Saturday in Snoqualmie Valley featured blustery winds with ~2" of rain that mostly fell in the … [Read More...]

October Hero of the Month: SVSD’s Incomparable Digital Learning Tech Scott Beebee

The Snoqualmie Valley School District's IT team has seen it all over the last few school weeks...WIFI connectivity issues, Zoom links that won't load and freezing video feeds. Particularly Scott Beebe, the SVSD's Executive … [Read More...]

Application Process Opens for Snoqualmie COVID-19 Winter Relief Program

Snoqualmie, WA – The application process has opened for small businesses in Snoqualmie and local community organizations impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis to request emergency funding through the City of Snoqualmie … [Read More...]

Announcing the Snoqualmie Valley Cares COVID-19 Support Event

Snoqualmie Valley community organizations come together to present a Free COVID-19 community support event, happening on Friday, October 16th.           From 10 am - 4 … [Read More...]

Letter | Support State Senator Mark Mullet

[Letter by Amanda Rich- Snoqualmie, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate to] Listening to … [Read More...]

Business Comings: North Bend Interior Designer Opens a Store Within a Store, Chez Toi Designs

I first heard about the new store within a store, from the friend of a friend touting their "sweetest softest tops and sweaters," and how their soy candles were "to die for." I mean, who doesn't love a soft top or soy candle? … [Read More...]

Camp Brown Day Use Area Opens in the Middle Fork

The Camp Brown Day Use Area is now officially open to the public, offering a family-friendly and accessible place to experience the scenic Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. The Camp Brown Day Use Area in the Middle … [Read More...]

Christensen House Saved: Structural Movers Step in, Stop Demolition

After a slight delay, clearing and grading work on the small, 12-lot Kanim Grove Subdivision has begun along Maloney Grove Ave near downtown North Bend – and with it comes some good news. Initially, it was thought … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie and North Bend Deciding to Gain Control of King County’s Proposed Sales Tax Increase

Executive Dow Constantine and King County had a plan. This plan proposed the King County Council enact a 0.1 percent sales tax increase to fund a $400 million investment in permanent housing for the homeless. He and other … [Read More...]

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