Student Opinion | In Defense of Stress: Working Hard, Preparing for my Future

I should preface this by saying that I am fully aware that my story is not everyone’s story. A 4-year-university, most likely out-of-state, was the only post-grad option for me. Not because of anything my … [Read more...]

YMCA’s ‘Dine Out For A Cause’ Returns to Ana’s Mexican Restaurant, March 8th

Need a night off from cooking? Craving some Mexican food?  Then head to Ana's next Tuesday and have that meal out benefit local kids. The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA is teaming up with Ana's Mexican Restaurant … [Read more...]

Community Meetings Explore Improving, Expanding Bus Routes in North Bend

Socialize with Neighbors and Help Shape Future Transportation Options in North Bend. Do you or anyone in your family need public transportation access in the Cedar Falls area of North Bend? Would you like to … [Read more...]

Film Students, Professors Explain the Lure, Importance of Twin Peaks

So apparently it’s cool that I’m from the Snoqualmie Valley.  At least that’s the response I get when I tell people in my NYU film classes that I am from is where Twin Peaks was filmed—and is once again being … [Read more...]

What I Wish I’d Known When Applying to College, Mount Si Graduate Reflects

[About the Author: Paige McCall is a freshman at New York University and a 2015 Mount Si High School graduate. She is studying screenwriting at NYU's Film and TV Institute.] Acceptance Rates are … [Read more...]

Oped | As School Dress Codes Strengthen, Wrong Messages Sent to Girls AND Boys

[Paige McCall is a Mount Si High School graduate currently attending New York University who plans to pursue a career in writing. She said she was inspired to write this piece after listening to her younger … [Read more...]

Austin Jenckes Headlines This Weekend’s Festival at Mount Si

North Bend's annual Festival at Mount Si is back this weekend with fun for everyone, starting Friday, August 9th at 5PM and running through Sunday, August 11, 2014, at Si View Park, 400 SE Orchard … [Read more...]

After Nearly 100 Years, Historic Snoqualmie Valley Swenson Family Farm Sold

Today's Snoqualmie Ridge looks across the valley to a whole different, once thriving, Snoqualmie Ridge - across the river on the opposite hillside. This is where a lot of Snoqualmie's history … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Valley Hospital May Open as Overlake Medical Center; Hospital Construction

There is a lot happening with the Snoqualmie Valley's new hospital. Construction continues on the new facility near Snoqualmie Ridge, but there is now a chance it will open as Overlake Medical … [Read more...]

Annual Snoqualmie Ridge 4th of July Celebration Returns for a 15th Year

For almost as long as the Snoqualmie Ridge has existed, the Homeowner's Association has put on a 4th of July celebration for the community to enjoy.  This year, once again, they will be putting on this annual … [Read more...]