Archives for April 2014

Body Recovered from Base of Snoqualmie Falls

A sunny spring morning turned sad at Snoqualmie Falls Park, Wednesday, April 9, 2014. The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) received a call from Snoqualmie Police around 11:20AM, April 9th, requesting King … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Attracting Price Savvy Home Buyers From Issaquah & Bellevue

So… it’s finally happened. Many home buyers on the Eastside have reached a threshold for what they’re willing to pay for their next home. Put more bluntly… more buyers have come to the conclusion that Issaquah … [Read more...]

Business Comings and Goings: Hot Topic Replacing Sawdust Coffee at North Bend Premium Outlets

Clueless mom alert! Don't tell Hot Topic clothing store, but someone recently sent an email with the subject title, 'Hot topic.' Then the email simply said "Coming May 28th." I responded, "What is coming?" … [Read more...]

Backyard Bobcat Sighting; Whoops, NOT my Neighbor’s Cat

During our 13 years in Snoqualmie, we've seen lots of wildlife.  It's something to be expected as we moved to a subdivision carved out of the woods. Our first Snoqualmie home was more central, pack in tightly … [Read more...]

From Fall City to MIT, Mount Si Valedictorian Running Boston Marathon to Honor Murdered Friend, Police Officer

Sally Miller is a Fall City girl.  She grew up in there, attended Fall City Elementary School, Chief Kanim Middle School and then eventually headed off to Mount Si High School where she finished her four years … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets 101: ‘Little Dog’ Syndrome, Is it Real?

In her latest column, North Bend resident and pet trainer for Le Chic Pet, Melissa Grant, explores 'Little Dog Syndrome,' examining if it's real and why on earth it seems to … [Read more...]

Police Looking for Distracted Drivers, Effort to get Residents to Put Cell Phones Down

How many times have you looked at the car next to you on a city road or busy freeway and witnessed someone talking or texting? Well, here's a notice to drivers who have trouble putting their phones down … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley, the Next Wine Destination?

Obviously, the Snoqualmie Valley isn't Woodinville when it comes to wine making and tasting, but you have to start somewhere, right? When it comes to wine, it looks like two wineries are taking a chance on … [Read more...]