Archives for August 2013

Rare ‘Fire Weather Watch’ Issued for Snoqualmie Valley

The National Weather Service (NOAA) issued a rare type of weather advisory for the Eastern Puget Sound area - a 'Fire Weather Watch." It's been a very dry summer, but a low pressure system spinning off the … [Read more...]

North Bend 19-year old Charged in Fatal New Year’s Day Hit and Run of Lucinda Pieczatkowski

It's been 7 months since Lucinda Pieczatkowski was killed by a hit and run driver early New Year's Day on Stone Quarry Road. On August 21, 2013, 19-year old Cody Eads, a 2012 Mount Si High School graduate, … [Read more...]

Early School Board Primary Results Point to Busby, Spring Showdown in November

The August 6th SVSD School Board District 4 early primary election results are in, and as of 8:15PM tonight, North Bend incumbent Marci Busby has the most votes, followed by David Spring, incumbent Scott … [Read more...]

Successful Snoqualmie Valley Rotary Golf Tournament Results in Large Mt Si Food Bank Donation

Last Thursday, August 1, 2013, Heidi Dukich, Executive Director of the Mt. Si Food Bank in North Bend, WA, accepted a check for $5,000 courtesy of the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary. The donation was made possible … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Host Fun Event, Night Out at the Police Department – August 6th

Have you noticed the big sign on the corner in front of the Snoqualmie Police Department?  It's there for a good reason. It's been 30 years since the national "Night out Against Crime" campaign launched.  In … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: Traveling with your Pet

In her latest post, guest columnist and pet trainer, Melissa Grant, at Le Chic Pet in Issaquah talks traveling with your pet – by air or car – with some great tips for your big adventure. Summer vacation … [Read more...]

Construction Starts on New 16-Acre Snoqualmie Park; First Park with Synthetic Turf Fields

Good things are worth the wait.  Isn't that the saying?  In the case of Snoqualmie's newest park in the Eagle Point neighborhood, and speaking as a former Snoqualmie Parks Board member, it is. More … [Read more...]

Mount Si Trails, Except Boulder Loop, Reopen After 5 Day Closure for Wildfire

Eastside Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Bud Backer notified City North Bend officials that the Mount Si trails have been reopened, with the exception of the Boulder Loop Trail. The whole trail system was … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardeners: All About Blueberries! Growing, U-Pick Farms, Recipes

It's that time of year.  A time when local blueberries are abundant - ready for picking, eating, cooking and creating recipes.  The Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardeners share their blueberry knowledge with … [Read more...]