Baking Memories; The Pursuit of Pie Perfection: Part 2

One of my goals in life is to be the Julia Child of Apple Pie. Now, I don't want to say that I worship Apple Pie, but in all honesty, I'm a fanatic. Non-believers would claim that Apple Pie isn't as exciting or … [Read more...]

Baking Memories; The Pursuit of Pie Perfection (part one)

Take a moment and think of Fall. Chances are if you’re like me, Apple Pie is one of the first things that come to mind. There’s festivals, parades, and even bake-offs devoted to the sweet treat, and I can see … [Read more...]

Hero of the Week; Daniel Smith, Guardian Angel to Youth Students

We’ve all had mentors; people who gently guide us through hardships, self-discovery, and new chapters in our lives. Our mentors can range from a friend, a teacher, a parent, or even a coworker, but universally, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley students back to school, families adapt to online learning

At the beginning of any other school year, students would be taking their first day of school photos, holding up chalkboard signs bearing their newest grade level, and waving to their parents from aboard the … [Read more...]

Hero of the Week: Gregory Reece, Delivering More Than Just Mail

To nominate your own local hero for the ‘Living Snoqualmie Hero of the Week Award’ fill out this form When Gregory Reece got the nomination for 'Living Snoqualmie Hero of the Week Award,' it was no … [Read more...]

Property Owners vs. North Bend City Council on Zoning for Hotels and Storage Facilities

The North Bend City Council addressed several topics at their bi-monthly meeting on September 1st, 2020. However, the meeting’s main highlight revolved around a dispute between several Council Members and … [Read more...]

Hero of the Week: Kathy Hyland, embodying compassion, empathy, and kindness

Often, it is a great tragedy that binds people together and creates a community of supporters one never knew they had. They say a true friend isn’t someone who’s there for you when life is at it’s best, but … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School District approves budget with $2 million deficit; losses could increase another $6-7 million due to Covid-19

It’s no secret that schools are struggling to figure out how to fulfill their budgets through the financial difficulties that remote instruction and decreasing student enrollment bring. These issues are hitting … [Read more...]

Hero of the Week: Bryan Carlisle, keeping Snoqualmie roadsides clean

Chances are if you’ve driven down the Snoqualmie Parkway over the span of 5 years, you’ve probably spotted a man out of the corner of your eye, picking up trash alongside the busy road.  No, he isn’t … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Local family with extensive restaurant experience rebrands, opens Mezzaluna Kitchen on Snoqualmie Ridge

There’s a new kid on the block: Mezzaluna Kitchen. Previously branded as Lorenzo’s, Mezzaluna Kitchen, officially opened its doors on July 31st, 2020. Located just off Snoqualmie Ridge’s Center Street, it's … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie Hero of the Week Award

We all know someone who has positively impacted our lives and the lives of others. Whether this person is your postman who always goes above and beyond, the teacher who took extra time to help your child or … [Read more...]

SVSD School Board adopts resolution to start year fully remote; addresses parent concerns about distance learning plan

On August 13th, the Snoqualmie Valley School District approved its official decision regarding the reopening of schools for the upcoming 2020-21 school year at its Board of Directors Meeting. Following suit of … [Read more...]