Mount Si High School – Perfecting The Art Of The Prom Invitation

When my oldest child entered Mount Si High School three years ago, I was surprised by the elaborate lengths the kids went to with their dance invitations.  Over the years, I've seen a car filled to the last … [Read more...]

Update: Suspicious North Bend Fire Claims Two Lives – Police Looking For Person Of Interest

A suspicious North Bend home fire that claimed the lives of two young women yesterday, April 22nd, it still being investigated.  Here is the latest from the King County Sheriff's Office: "Detectives from the … [Read more...]

Suspicious Fatal Morning Fire Strikes North Bend Area Home – Now Being Treated As Homicide Scene

4/23 Update:  If you are looking for current info on the investigation visit the latest Living Snoqualmie story. 6:20PM Update:  King County Sheriff's Spokesperson, Cindi West, says they recently found the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Preparing For Healthy Kids Day – Free Community Event On Saturday, April 28th

Start with simple goals.  That's the community message the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA likes to promote when it comes to integrating physical activity into our sometimes immobile,technology-based lives.  Each year … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School – There Are No Words…

I sit at my desk stunned and saddened.  My heart aching for a family I do not know and for our community's high school kids who have been through so much.  Losing someone so young is unfair.  It's a tragedy.  … [Read more...]

Cascade View's Kristin Yoshikawa Named April Teacher Of The Month

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid's Teacher of the Month program is really catching on, bringing in about 30 nominations for April's top honor.  In the end, Cascade View nabbed the title again - this time for its … [Read more...]

Mount Si Invitational Track Meet Returns To Snoqualmie After A Twenty Year Absence, Saturday April 21st

It's been a long time since Mount Si hosted an invitational track meet, specifically since 1990.  That's all about to change this Saturday, April 21st.  Some of the best local track and field high school … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley, The Freshman Learning Center Is Happening, But Can The Budget Afford It?

Last week the SVSD administration put a real number on tough budget reductions.  That number includes 14.2 teachers leaving the Snoqualmie Valley School District if the school board approves the … [Read more...]