Archives for July 2017

Letter | City in need of Leadership change, Toft’s vision best suited for Snoqualmie

[This letter comes from Snoqualmie resident, Mark Hawkins. You can send in letters of support for your candidates to] Dear Editor: Thank you for providing this forum for public … [Read more...]

No Boat Brewing creates an outdoor oasis, delivers promised patio in big, creative way

There's an outdoor oasis hiding in an unlikely spot in Snoqualmie.... in a business park on the side of a water sports warehouse building. It's patio inspired by Napa Valley and Pinterest and constructed by … [Read more...]

Letter | Fuzzy Fletcher will listen and respond, not shut citizens down

[This letter was written by Snoqualmie resident Elaine Armstrong. You can send your letters of support for candidates to] Dear Editor, I appreciate your excellent coverage of … [Read more...]

Hey North Bend…Want more parks, open space, less development? Town Hall set to hear feedback

Following a community fundraising effort to help the city of North Bend purchase a property adjacent EJ Roberts Park for a possible expansion - an effort that looks like it will fall short of its lofty $100,000 … [Read more...]

Letter | Retain Matt Larson: strong leader, experienced voice for the region

[This letter was authored by Maria Carlson. Letters of candidate support can be sent to] Dear Editor, I am writing in support of re-electing Matt Larson as Mayor of … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Brickyard Brewing, Glass & Bottle Bistro get new names; Frankie’s comes to Snoqualmie; Optimal Health moves

Don't fret. Snoqualmie is not losing a restaurant. The closing of Glass & Bottle Bistro last month is just temporary and for a good reason. The owners are transforming it into a Gastropub. The new brand … [Read more...]

Mayor, city council candidate forums start July 11th, filled with issues-based questions

Want a chance to hear local mayoral and city council candidates answer questions about the issues facing the Snoqualmie Valley? That first opportunity is next week and the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber and the … [Read more...]

Crews busy rescuing Snoqualmie River floaters near Fall City

All the warm weather is keeping local fire crews busy - helping get folks enjoying the Snoqualmie River back to shore safely. Wednesday, July 5, 2017, was another busy day, as crews responded to the river … [Read more...]

City considers changing noise ordinance, extending outdoor concerts hours; public hearing scheduled before council vote

The Snoqualmie City Council will take public comment at a public hearing on July 10th at 7PM regarding a potential amendment to the current noise ordinance that would give a seasonal exemption to noise … [Read more...]

Important community meeting on Mental Health, July 6th

There's a community meeting this Thursday, July 6th on an important topic - mental health. King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert invites community members to join her and a group of experts to discuss … [Read more...]

191-unit Affordable Housing apartment complex proposed in Snoqualmie; July 3rd meeting offers chance to hear presentation

The Snoqualmie Valley lacks affordable housing. The City says a new project would increase housing inventory diversity in Snoqualmie. It's been the talk of Facebook for three days now, a new Affordable … [Read more...]

Letter | Toft right choice for mayor, ‘willing to be bold about raising the standard for kids’

[This letter is authored by Snoqualmie business owner Anna Sotelo. Letters can be submitted to] Dear Editor, I’m writing to express my support for Brad Toft as the next Mayor of … [Read more...]