Archives for December 2012

Approaching Storm Could Bring Strongest Winds of Year, Possible Blizzard Conditions for Snoqualmie Pass

** Updated 12/16/12, 11:30AM:  Looks like the storm is tracking further to the south, making this not a major wind event in the Seattle area - but a big one for SE Washington and NW Oregon.  However, the latest … [Read more...]

Lula Ruby and Nothing to Wear Open Doors in Snoqualmie

Lula Ruby On Wednesday, December 12th, in a tucked-away location on Better Way SE, near the Snoqualmie Fire Station, Lula Ruby opened its doors.  The new Snoqualmie hair salon specializes in organic … [Read more...]

Letter from Snoqualmie Valley School Superintendent Regarding Tragic Connecticut School Shooting

Living Snoqualmie would like to share this letter from SVSD Superintendent, Joel Aune, regarding today's tragic school shooting in Connecticut.  It offers some good advice for parents pertaining to the event … [Read more...]

School Board Work Session Tonight, Architect Update on Mount Si Expansion Feasibility Report

At a Snoqualmie Valley School Board Work Session scheduled for 5:30PM today, December 13th, Matt Rumbaugh and Greg Stack of Seattle NAC Architecture will do the second part of a progress report on the … [Read more...]

After Fast-Paced Remodel and Expansion, Ana's Mexican Restaurant Reopening 1,000 Feet Bigger!

Well, the remodel took a few days longer than owner Anna Sotelo wanted, but if all goes as planned, Ana's Mexican Restaurant will open its doors again tomorrow, December 14th, to patrons.  Anna said they needed … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets 101: Different Types of Dog Barks

This is the latest from guest columnist, Melissa, who is a Pet-ology Expert and In-home Dog Trainer at Le Chic Pet in Issaquah.  To get more training tips visit the LeChic website. Birds sing, cows moo and … [Read more...]

New Law Requires Snoqualmie Valley Landlords Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors by Jan. 1st

Do you own a Snoqualmie Valley rental property?  If so, you've got about three weeks to get carbon monoxide detectors installed in it, or you'll be in violation of a new state law about to hit the … [Read more...]

Lifelong Valley Girl Takes the Helm of Jerry Main's Snoqualmie Barbershop

Snoqualmie may have lost longtime barber, Jerry Main, in September, but his barbershop is living on with a new owner. This fall, Janna Filippi purchased the historic shop from Jerry's wife, Sue, thus continuing … [Read more...]

911 Call Leads to Fatal Shooting in Fall City

A King County Sheriff’s Deputy shot a man this morning after the man took the deputy’s taser gun during an altercation. The incident started just before 7:00AM today, December 10th, when the deputy responded … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Officals Struggle with Snoqualmie Tribe 20-Story Hillside Hotel Plan

According to Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson, it is customary to end Snoqualmie Valley Governments Association Dinners with respective mayors giving brief reports about what's going on in their communities. At … [Read more...]

Skiers and Snowboarders, Saturday is Finally Time to Hit the Snoqualmie Summit Slopes

**Update, 12/7/2012, 8AM:  The Summit at Snoqualmie ski slopes officially open for this year's ski and snowboarding season on Saturday, December 8th, from 9AM-4PM. ** In case you hadn't already heard, it's … [Read more...]

Mulitple Police Departments Execute Warrant Operation in Snoqualmie, Connected to Eastern WA Crimes

There was some noticeable police activity in downtown Snoqualmie late this morning through the afternoon hours.  The operation, which involved multiple area police departments, is all wrapped up now. According … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Business Opens, Simply Anne Offers Jewelry You Can Buy or Design Yourself, With a Little Help from Anne

As of December 1st, here's a new store in downtown Snoqualmie, Simply Anne Party Boutique; a store three years in the making and launched when a nervous second grader asked his mom to make him a cool necklace … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ridge IGA Hosting Italian Wine Tasting

Like wine?  Love everything Italian?  Since traveling to Italy last year, I do... especially Prosecco. You can get an Italian wine fix by stopping at the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA tomorrow, December 6th, for a wine … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Businesses Means Nearly 600 Jobs to Support Local Economy

Over the past few months, Living Snoqualmie has reported on some new businesses relocating their headquarters to Snoqualmie.  Time has marched on and we are now nearing the move in dates for Motion Water Sports … [Read more...]

I-90 Lanes Near Issaquah Reopen; Months of Work to Improve Salmon Traffic

If you live in the Snoqualmie Valley and regularly commute to Issaquah, Bellevue and/or Seattle,  you may have noticed something different along I-90 the past couple weeks - no more I-90 lane closures near the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Falls, Live Webcam Just One Click Away

UPDATE | Puget Sound Energy has removed the live Snoqualmie Falls webcam, but if you're looking for video of the Falls during a Snoqualmie River flood event, here is Snoqualmie Falls from the morning of … [Read more...]