787 Dreamliner Signals Start Of TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Boeing Classic Today, August 26th

It happens every year.  Snoqualmie residents unaware of the Boeing Classic Golf Tournament are surprised by the thunderous, low-level fly over that signals the tournament's start.  So here's my warning for you … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie – The First Year In Review

Amazing how fast a year passes.  It seems like it was just July 2010 and I  started my blog - and was struggling for topics.  It's been a lazy writing summer.  Normal "mom" excuses.  Mainly 4 kids home which … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Boy Is A YouTube Sensation – Two Million Times Over!

12-year-old, Jonah Duvall, is nearing 2.5 million YouTube views.  Doing what you ask?  Performing Michael Jackson's Thriller dance at Safeco Field two weeks ago.  During the Mariner's "80's Night" he performed … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ridge Community Wide Garage Sale, May 20th & 21st

It's a tradition that many residents and deal-hunters look forward to each May.  The Snoqualmie Ridge Community Wide Garage sale begins today, May 20th, at 9AM sharp.  Participating homes are identified with … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA – Countdown to Groundbreaking

It was June 2001 when we decided to build a house on a small Snoqualmie Ridge dirt lot.  I was newly pregnant with my 4th child and had stars in my eyes, thinking of the kids playing in the cul-de-sac and a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Board Redistricting – Important Facts and Links

Just a quick post in hopes of giving valley residents a few, important links containing information/facts about the redistricting of our school board seats. Snoqualmie Valley School District Director District … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie's Big Saturday Happenings

There are two big events happening at Snoqualmie's two biggest parks tomorrow, Saturday, April 16th.  If you are looking for a quiet park day, you may want to avoid Snoqualmie Community Park and Centennial … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie YMCA Healthy Kids Day Celebrated On April 16th

Preparing for its 2011 spring Snoqualmie Valley YMCA groundbreaking, the Y is bringing its annual Healthy Kids Day event to Snoqualmie Community Park on Saturday, April 16th, from 10AM - 1PM.  All valley … [Read more...]

Easing Traffic Problems At Snoqualmie's Cascade View Elementary School

There are serious traffic and safety issues around Snoqualmie Ridge's only elementary school.  Cascade View has two designated student drop-off areas.  One is behind the school off Douglas Ave.  The other uses … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie and North Bend February 24th Garbage/Recycle Pick Up Canceled

Allied Waste announced it will not collect garbage and recycle in Snoqualmie and North Bend today, February 24th. Snoqualmie Valley's icy and snowy roads were deemed unsafe for drivers according to Allied Waste … [Read more...]

City Of Snoqualmie Snow Update – Snow Plowing and Garbage Pickup Schedules

True to form, the City of Snoqualmie Public Works Department is actively plowing roads after yesterday's snow.  The city is also monitoring weather forecasts.  With more snow forecast for later today, all city … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie's Improved Fire Protection Rating May Help Lower Residents' Insurance Premiums

Want some extra money in your pocket?  Starting this April if you live or operate a business within the Snoqualmie city limits your property insurance rates may go down.  That's because the City of Snoqualmie's … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Melting Away Evidence Of Blizzard-Like Overnight Storm

You had to be wearing earplugs to not know what was going on in the Snoqualmie weather department last night.  Heavy snow coupled by strong east winds created almost blizzard-like conditions overnight - and a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Point Park and Centennial Fields Damaged By Vandals

Cars driving in two Snoqualmie parks during recent snow storms caused considerable damage to heavily-used sports fields and a popular wedding rental site. The melted snow fully exposed the damage at Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Right In Time For Its Snoqualmie Y Spring Groundbreaking – YMCA of Seattle Rebrands Itself

For years most people who mention their local YMCA have called it the "Y."  Starting this new year, that is how the YMCA of Greater Seattle, along with 2,600 Y's nationwide, will officially refer to itself.  … [Read more...]