Archives for June 2013

Snoqualmie City Updates: Q&A with Fire and Police Chief; No Leaving Kids, Pets in Cars; Arts Commission Needs New Member

Here's a few updates from the City of Snoqualmie that have come across the wire this past week: 70 Degrees Outside Equals 100 Degrees in Your Car As the weather gets warmer, the temperature inside a … [Read more...]

Junior Wildcat Football Summer Camps, Space Still Available; 2013 Season Registration Deadline Approaching

School is out June 11th in the Snoqualmie Valley.  Do you have all your kids' summer activities and camps lined up to help avoid that dreaded summer kid phrase:  I'm bored? If football in an interest, here's … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Elementary School Special Education Teacher Honored as June Teacher of the Month

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid named Snoqualmie Elementary School Special Education teacher, Ruth Edwards, its Teacher of the Month for June 2013. Here is Ruth's nomination letter, which recognizes all of … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Class of 2013, A Look Back at What Happened Along The Way

Today, June 7, 2013, on Wildcat Stadium Field, the Mount Si High School Class of 2013 graduates. These now young adults were defined by the historical events and technological advancements that occurred during … [Read more...]

Video: Snoqualmie Bear Fence Tightrope Walk… with Pizza

For the record, I do write stories about things other than bears, but it seems for the past couple of weeks, each morning I awake to new bear photos (and now videos) in my inbox.  The Snoqualmie bears are … [Read more...]

Op-Ed: Tomorrow’s Schools Are Today’s Decisions

Ideas. Lots of ideas.  From the district and from parents.  Lots of opinions on what's needed for future education in the Snoqualmie Valley - something termed "21st century education." Opinions and ideas about … [Read more...]

This is Why Snoqualmie City Officials Plead with Residents to Put Garbage Cans Out the Morning of Pickup, NOT Night Before

There's a reason why Snoqualmie city officials ask (rather plead with) residents NOT to put out their garbage containers until the morning of their  collection day during spring and summer months. And it's a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: How to Have a Dog People Will Want to Pet Sit

Have a dog?  Planning a summer vacation and need someone else to watch him or her while you're gone?  In her latest guest column, Le Chic Pet Trainer, Melissa Grant, gives you helpful tips for a pet that … [Read more...]

Amidst Safety Concerns, Parents Push to Fully Fence North Bend Elementary Playground, District Agrees

Last Friday, the Snoqualmie Valley School District took a proactive stance regarding a large unfenced elementary school play field, a playground area that's been at issue since December when a couple of parents … [Read more...]