Si View Pool Past & Future: Lessons & Legacy (Part one of two)

[Guest Op/Ed Post by Mark Joselyn, Si View Metropolitan Park District Commissioner, 2003 – present, North Bend City Council since 2022. Susan Kelly, Si View Metropolitan Park District Commissioner 2003-2011, … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center to Host In-Person Classes from Bellevue College TELOS Program

Mt. Si Senior Center has been a community gathering place for celebrations, meetings and everyday activities and starting this month, it will be home to college courses for the community. In partnership … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership Releases Fall Event Lineup and Launches First Annual Leadership Resilience & Impact Retreat

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership (SVWL) recently announced registration is open for its first annual Leadership Resilience and Impact Retreat, being held on October 14 from 8:30 am-4 pm at the Cherry … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Life of Timothy David Lake: Remembering a Locals Long Courageous Life

[Guest Post by Cristy Lake] It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Timothy David Lake. He was a beloved member of the community, known by many as a neighbor, friend, mentor, uncle, … [Read more...]

Senator Brad Hawkins: Please join me for my 7th annual listening tour!

Dear Friends and Neighbors, As your state senator, it is very helpful for me to hear directly from you, but I know it can be difficult to come to Olympia during the legislative session. That is why I created … [Read more...]

National Cinema Day: The Sequel. Celebrating Movies with $4 Tickets, All Formats, All Day.

Hollywood is making an offer you can’t refuse. With its love of sequels, Hollywood is serving up another fan favorite this Sunday, bringing back the wildly popular National Cinema Day to theaters across … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part Three)

[Guest Post by Cristy Lake. See Parts One & Two here and here] Matts Peterson, who homesteaded the site of North Bend, drifted to this Valley around 1865 and settled down as a farmer. His … [Read more...]

Two Local Bus Routes Restore Service, Starting Monday, Aug. 14

Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Starting Monday, Aug. 14, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) will restore two reduced bus routes to pre-pandemic service levels. The long-suspended Cedar … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part Two)

The Indian Wars of 1855 and ‘56 brought militia and five forts to the Snoqualmie. Valley. There was concern that the Snoqualmie would join forces with the Yakima and wipe out the American … [Read more...]

Capturing Nature’s Magic: One Local Resident’s Trail Cam Journey in the Snoqualmie Valley

-Guest post by Susan Burk I grew up in a small town with many wooded areas nearby, and seeing wildlife was common. I always loved it, but it wasn’t until after I’d lived in Snoqualmie that I started getting … [Read more...]

Transportation Updates – Highway 18 and State Route 203

Guest Post by Sen. Brad Hawkins As you may know, the 12th District boundaries changed last year to include portions of Snohomish and King counties. As the new State Senator representing these areas and a … [Read more...]

Siberian Husky Archie Disappears in the Snoqualmie Valley, Sparking a Community-Wide Search Effort

On June 24, a dog owner’s worst nightmare came true for Carly Hutson. While camping, she and her dog, a Siberian Husky named Archie, were enjoying some cool down time in a very shallow area of the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part One)

Recently I attended the North Bend Citizens Academy, a seven-week interactive course designed to provide an in-depth look into city operations. The first class included a presentation by Cristy Lake, Assistant … [Read more...]

Celebrate Carnation Farms Summer Sundays Free Concert Series

Visit Carnation Farms’ historic grounds for an unforgettable, free summer concert series, where you can unwind, bask in the beauty of nature, and indulge in new summer traditions. The … [Read more...]

The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Version 2.0: We need your help

Guest post by Kevin Burrows, Board President Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society The next time you start your car, take a moment to consider your rear-view mirror.  While you focus on the road ahead, … [Read more...]

Exciting Community Sporting Event: Fun-Filled Activities for All Ages!

The Sno Valley Club is thrilled to announce an exhilarating sporting event that will captivate and entertain sports enthusiasts in the Snoqualmie Valley! Get ready to experience a blend of thrilling … [Read more...]

Opinion: Delayed Long-Term Care Tax Soon to Take Effect

Guest Opinion Post by Sen. Brad Hawkins I have received considerable correspondence in recent weeks concerning the upcoming implementation of the “Washington Cares Fund.” This 2019 law created a trust to … [Read more...]

A Sneak Peek into PAWS New Wildlife Center in Snohomish

Loving domestic and wild animals and helping those in need whenever possible is sometimes challenging, heartbreaking, and rewarding. In my early adult years, I worked in emergency services and … [Read more...]

Request for Individuals to Participate in the Fire District’s Ballot Measure For & Against Committees

King County Fire District No. 27 will submit a ballot measure requesting voter approval of a levy lid lift at the November 7 general election. If approved, the proposition will authorize the district to … [Read more...]

Community Update: Echo Glen Children’s Center

Dear friends and neighbors,  Many of you have reached out to us to share your thoughts, questions, and concerns about the recent incident at Echo Glen Children’s Center. We understand … [Read more...]

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