Lake Alice Road to Close all Summer, Detouring Drivers Through Snoqualmie Ridge

King County will close Lake Alice Road SE from June to August 2015 to replace a damaged culvert and avoid a complete collapse or plugging of the culvert, which would make Lake Alice Road … [Read more...]

Weekend FUN | Popular Healthy Kids Day on Tap at Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

A fun, FREE family focused event is on tap for the entire Snoqualmie Valley this Saturday, April 25th, from 10AM - 1PM, at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA - it's time again for the Y's annual Healthy Kids Day. The … [Read more...]

One Vehicle Accident Near Casino Sends Woman to Harborview; Residents Concerned about ‘Mobile Home Graveyard’

One Car Accident Sends Woman to Harborview Eastside Fire & Rescue and the King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) responded to a one-vehicle accident near the Snoqualmie Casino on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Named One of Ten WORST Commutes in Greater Seattle Region

Snoqualmie residents are getting used to seeing the small, growing city make the cut as one of the safest cities in Washington. What what they may not be accustomed to is seeing it make a list a list with the … [Read more...]

Casting Call for Movie Extras | Help Budding, Local Teen Filmmaker with New Project, ‘Dear Society’

Local 16-year old filmmaker, Wynter Rhys, who recently released her first short film, Little Red, has a film extra casting call out to the Snoqualmie Valley for her new project, Dear Society. Like Little Red, … [Read more...]

Earth Day Celebrates Student Artists, April 22nd at City Hall

Want a fun, local way to celebrate Earth Day?  Come see how local student artists envision of what recycling means to them. Recycling is a simple, environmental activity that kids can do every day to make a … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Bellevue Transplant: Learning to Live Harmoniously with Pets and Wildlife in the Valley

In her latest column, North Bend resident, Bellevue transplant and pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy, Melissa Grant, offers some advice to manage life in the Valley with pets and our local wildlife, with a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ridge Home Prices Nearing All Time High

After the roller coaster of the past few years, we have more good news to report for local homeowners. On average, Snoqualmie Ridge home prices have generally recovered from their low points. As shown in the … [Read more...]

Review | Thai Eatery Opens in Snoqualmie, Third Time Might be the Charm

Guest Post: Tess Thompson is a Snoqualmie resident and author. She will be contributing to Living Snoqualmie as a guest writer in the coming months, reviewing local restaurants and writing about other things … [Read more...]

Three Forks Dog Park: Ten Things Humans Do Wrong at the Off-Leash Dog Park

In her latest column, North Bend resident and dog trainer for Miss Lola's Academy, Melissa Grant, reminds dog owners of the rules and ins-and-outs of visiting Three Forks Dog Park in … [Read more...]

Jackknifed Semi Blocks I-90 near North Bend, Causes Big Traffic Mess to Start Holiday Weekend

The April 3rd Friday evening commute (and the start of the Easter Holiday weekend) started out on a sour note in East King County. Around 2PM, a semi truck jackknifed, blocking two of the three eastbound … [Read more...]

Stopping to Help: Kids Clean Garbage out of Stillwater Bog on Sunny Afternoon

You might remember the story about Ed Kelley from a couple of weeks ago.  In early March, Ed, a Snoqualmie resident and retired Weyerhauser employee, volunteered his time and materials to repair the educational … [Read more...]

POLICE BLOTTER | Car vs. Bicycle, Tagging at the Train Depot, Pop-Tarts on the Trail, Loitering to Borrow WiFi

These are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded two during the last two weeks of March 2015 in the North Bend and Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Mayor’s Request to Fix I-90/SR 18 Corridor ‘Well Received,’ Project Could be Added to House Transportation Bill

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson could have simply hit send and emailed the city's request that the I-90/SR 18 improvement project be added back to the State Legislature's Transportation Bill. But instead … [Read more...]

Bring on the EGGS! Snoqualmie Valley Easter Egg Hunts Ready for Droves of Children

If you're looking for some Easter egg hunting fun in the coming week, here are a few annual events that should have your child or pooch covered. Be warned, with so many little ones inhabiting the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Better Late than Never! Jeanne Hansen Community Park Finally, Officially Open

The fences are finally coming down! Good things are worth waiting for. Better late than never.  Those might be popular phrases for describing the 7-month journey to the official opening Snoqualmie's newest … [Read more...]

Stuff the Truck: Clothes for the Cause, Provides Chance to Spring Clean and Help Local Organizations

Clothes for the Cause, a fundraising company that collects clothes in exchange for cash is holding a special Stuff the Truck event to raise money for multiple local groups, including St Clare’s Episcopal … [Read more...]

POLICE BLOTTER | Car in Tree, Scanner Gun not Pistol, Over the Limit for Dog Park

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to last week in North Bend and … [Read more...]

Jeanne Hansen Park Opens Soon | No Answer When Snoqualmie Valley Trail Stairs Destroyed by Fire will be Rebuilt

It's Finally Happening - Jeanne Hansen Park to Open Soon It's been over 6 months since the City of Snoqualmie held a Grand Opening Celebration for Jeanne Hansen Park, a 16-acre park and athletic complex in the … [Read more...]

Downtown Snoqualmie Construction Continues, Improvement Project to Last Longer than Initial Estimates

The City of Snoqualmie says its Downtown Infrastructure Improvement Project is in full swing and making good progress, according to a recent press release. But when will all the construction be done? That … [Read more...]

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