New Middle Fork trail opens: Garfield Ledges offers ‘big pay off with minimal effort’

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust (MTSGT) recently announced a new trail opening in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley: Garfield Ledges. It was made possible through a partnership between the Mountains to … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football shocks Lake Stevens, moves into 4A State semi finals

Mount Si Football pulled off an away game upset to stun the #3 ranked Lake Stevens Vikings on Saturday afternoon, November 23rd. The 24-22 win propels the Wildcats into the 4A state tournament … [Read more...]

Multiple lost dogs in Washington wilderness is important reminder to use a leash on local trails

As someone who lives in the place where many in the Seattle area choose to recreate, I have to say, you all make me sad. First off, this is NOT about any lost dog in particular. I do understand that there are … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center celebrates service members with special Veterans Day lunch social

To honor the men and women who served in the armed forces, Mt. Si Senior Center hosted a special, free lunch for all veterans on Monday, November 11, 2019. Dozens of service people from all branches of the … [Read more...]

‘Give a Night Save a Life’ Fundraiser to support Snoqualmie Valley youth programs happens November 6th

The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network (SVCN) is pleased to announce its November 6th Give A Night Save a Life event sponsored by Infusion Bar & Grill in Snoqualmie.  Organizers say attendees can enjoy … [Read more...]

Dog Review of a Salish Lodge & Spa Pampered Paws Room: “The Ultimate in Doggie Relaxation”

Bee is my 4-year-old Schnauzer/Poodle and typically would NOT be described as relaxed. Unlike my last dog of the same breed, Bee moves through life as if her tail is on fire and only speed and noise will put it … [Read more...]

Giving Big: Snoqualmie Tribe donates over $1 million to Washington nonprofits, hosts gala to celebrate recipients

On Saturday, October 19th, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe hosted its first ever Snoqualmie Tribe Charitable Donations Gala to celebrate the nonprofits it donated funds to this year. In 2019 the Tribe donated a … [Read more...]

Getting Out with Kids: Pumpkin Picking and Fall Festivals in the Snoqualmie Valley

[Article by contributing writer and Snoqualmie resident, Amanda Rich] I don’t know about others, but I feel like Autumn arrived with a bang and a strong, chilly breeze! I wasn’t prepared for the temperatures … [Read more...]

Safety issues force closure of Snoqualmie Falls lower observation deck, boardwalk

If you're planning to take the popular, approximate 1-mile trail to the bottom of Snoqualmie Falls to enjoy in the lower viewing deck, you're going to have to wait until [at least] spring. Puget … [Read more...]

Northwest Railway Museum Launches new Program: All Aboard for Rails and Ales this weekend

Try some beer, sample some history. The Northwest Railway Museum has launched a new program - and it could be the perfect thing for craft beer and history lovers. The Rail and Ale Lecture includes a … [Read more...]

A Kindness Movement: 1st Annual Love Snoqualmie Valley Volunteer Day happens October 5th

Have you seen the signs around the Valley? "We ❤️Snoqualmie Valley?" Here's some info on what organizers hope becomes a local movement of kindness and community. One day. Impactful projects. All for the same … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert: Weekend closure of SR 18 over Tiger Mountain may cause delays

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is warning drivers of a weekend closure of SR 18 between Snoqualmie and Hobart that has the potential to create delays on nearby detour routes - … [Read more...]

Success: local students take 1,200 FREE bus rides with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation’s Summer Freedom program

Since launching its free rides for students program in June, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation completed 1,202 trips for local schools’ students. That’s 1,200-plus trips to the lake, to skate parks and to other … [Read more...]

In close vote, Snoqualmie City Council suspends video recording of open public comment portion of meetings

After setting a new limit on the amount of time city employees can spend on public records request last month, the Snoqualmie City Council threw another curve ball at citizens on Monday, September 9th. By a … [Read more...]

Was that a COUGAR? How to identify Snoqualmie Valley wildlife

[Contributing writer Melissa Grant is a North Bend resident, pet trainer for Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs and a wildlife enthusiast] Is it a bobcat? Is it a lynx? Is it a COUGAR? Recently many … [Read more...]