Aurora Chasing with North Bend Local Photographer Travis Wetherbee (Part One)

Living Snoqualmie's number one clicked photo on Instagram in 2021 was a photo of the Aurora Borealis by local photographer, Travis Wetherbee. When we saw he was going to write up his experience that night, … [Read more...]

Hook Them with Your Big Idea: Never Disappoint Your Readers

Iron Horse Writers, a local writers’ group sponsored by North Bend Art and Industry, has announced their first presentation of 2022 by proudly presenting “The Fundamentals of Story Structure” by local … [Read more...]

If You’re Sick of Snow, Do NOT Read this Forecast aka the Last Forecast of 2021

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] Nothing like ending the year with another round of snow heading our way.  There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 1 AM to 7 PM … [Read more...]

Will the Snoqualmie Valley Get a White Christmas?

[Guest post by Mark Davis] I’m sure by now everyone has heard about the cold temperatures and the possibility of snow heading our way.   I’m going to talk about the temperatures first, cause … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School – Fall Musical Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella

[Guest Post by Emma Parker] The recent musical production of Cinderella was much anticipated both by those who are regularly connected with the High School drama offerings and the wider, local community. … [Read more...]

Local Historian Cristy Lake Receives Prestigious Award

Cristy Lake, Assistant Director of the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum and Collections Registrar at the Northwest Railway Museum, was honored with the Jim Ellis Spirit Award at the annual … [Read more...]

From Christmas Presents to the Giving Tree

Christmas joy has been in the capable hands of Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis, dating back to the misty beginnings of the early 1940s. What began as “Christmas Presents” for Valley children is now called … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie’s Regional Reads: Doug Walsh’s Shadows of Kalalau

[Guest Post by Lynda Lahman] “Still reeling from her mother’s death, Malia refuses to spend the summer before college walking on eggshells around her overbearing father. So, hoping to reconnect with her … [Read more...]

Another Windy Weekend Possible for the Snoqualmie Valley

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] If you have any inflatable Christmas decorations outside, you may want to secure them better or remove them today. We have a Wind Advisory in effect from 7 pm … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Concerned with Unregulated Air Traffic at Snoqualmie Falls

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has appealed to the Department of the Interior, Department of Transportation and the FAA to uphold their trust obligation by introducing flight restrictions over sacred Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Another Officer-Involved Shooting

Many new to the Snoqualmie Valley move here for its relative safety, natural beauty and warm community. It is always shocking when an act of violence happens here, in part because such acts are so infrequent. … [Read more...]

North Bend Film Festival to Return for Fifth Annual Edition August 4-7, 2022

North Bend Film Festival (NBFF) has put passes on sale, including their annual cyber week early-bird flash sale, and opened film submissions for the 2022 festival. The fest will return with new films and … [Read more...]

Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail Reopens After a Three-Year Closure

If you’re a seasoned recreationist within the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area and a fan of the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley, you may recall the tumultuous history of the Middle … [Read more...]

No Damaging Flood but a Wet Couple of Days Coming for the Snoqualmie Valley

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] The biggest weather topic lately has been flooding. We saw some minor flooding around the area, mainly our normal roads were closed due to water covering them. … [Read more...]

Updated: Snoqualmie River Flood Watch in Effect until Saturday

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] Updated Thursday 10:30 AM: The Snoqualmie river above the falls forecast is now showing major flooding. The flooding should start Friday morning. … [Read more...]

Day of the Dead in the Snoqualmie Valley

[Guest article by Nati De Paso author Women of Fire and Snow] The Seattle area is alive with color, not only because of the changing leaves, but from the bright orange pumpkins and decorated skeletons, … [Read more...]

Letter | You Should Vote for Sarah Perry

[Letter by Roger Ledbetter– Snoqualmie, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate … [Read more...]

COVID‐19 and Flu Vaccination Clinic in Fall City, Sunday, November 7th, 10 am‐4 pm

Discovery Health MD, the Fall City Fire Department, and the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital will be hosting a vaccination clinic at the Fall City Fire Department, located at 4301‐334th PL SE, Fall City, WA 98024, on … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie’s Regional Reads: Gail Folkins Light in the Trees

[Guest Post by Lynda Lahman] How much does where we live define us? Is homesickness about a sense of place or the people we miss? For Snoqualmie resident and author Gail Folkins, it's the land, … [Read more...]

Is a ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Going to Make it to the Snoqualmie Valley?

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] I'm sure by now most of you have heard of the "Bomb Cyclone" out in the pacific headed our way. A storm gets the name "Bomb Cyclone" when the storm's pressure … [Read more...]