UPDATED: I-90 Eastbound Reopens

FINAL UPDATE: 5:14 PM I-90 Eastbound is open with chains required in both direction on all vehicles except AWD/4WD. ________________________________________________________________________ UPDATE: … [Read more...]

6,000 Pounds of Food Collected for Food Bank during Santa Parade

The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association Santa Parade was a huge success thanks to hundreds of Snoqualmie residents. The community donated over 6,000 pounds of food for the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, … [Read more...]

Colder Air (and Snow??) Imminent!

Update: the snow potential looks good until 9-10p, after which we begin to run more of a battle between fluctuating fringe temperatures and declining precipitation rates.However, wet snow is sticking to … [Read more...]

John Zanas: Saying Goodbye and Good Luck to a Man Beloved in the MSHS Athletic Community

Admittedly I tried to ignore Charlie Kinnune, Head Football Coach at Mount Si High School, at first. The holidays are a busy time for stories, I thought, justifying myself. It soon became apparent that this is … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – Snowflakes Before Christmas?

Many out here remember the epic December snow and White Christmas of 2008, but do you remember 2017?  White Christmas 2017Looking west at The Heights neighborhood,Snoqualmie Ridge (from Douglas Ave SE … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Giving Tree provides Christmas gifts for over 300 children

 For over thirty years, members of the Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis partner with local businesses to collect gifts for children who may not otherwise receive them on Christmas. Businesses from all over the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Offers Behavioral Health Services for Community Members

Snoqualmie Tribe Health Services now provides another local option for Behavioral Health Services, including outpatient mental health and substance use disorder treatment. These services are available to Tribe … [Read more...]

Something for Everyone this Weekend in the Valley: Free meals with the Eagles, Santa and the Grinch!

This is it! The last weekend before the big day next Friday, and there is again no shortage of ways to get your Ho Ho Ho on.  The Santa Parade Is Coming to Snoqualmie Collect Food for Those in … [Read more...]

Flood Forecast for Snoqualmie River: Rising Waters Early Sunday

No significant flooding is expected; some lowland flooding may occur. The Snoqualmie River near downtown Snoqualmie is currently flowing at approximately 5,200 cubic feet per second* (cfs). Flows are … [Read more...]

Overlake Medical Center and Snoqualmie Valley Hospital are Expanding Access to Emergency Care Services

Overlake Medical Center & Clinics announced effective today it willmanage Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s emergency department. The collaboration, and long-standing relationship of the two organizations, will … [Read more...]

Vaccines arrive in Washington State, people in Phase 1a will begin to receive vaccinations this week

The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is happy to announce that COVID-19 vaccines are on the ground in Washington state, and this week, the first doses will be administered to high-risk health … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – Much Wetter, Winds of Some Kind May Return

Waking from another sleep disrupted gap wind event Saturday night. zzz :(  We typically get 6-10 of these Cascadia (gap) wind events that produce significant winds (tallied if peak gusts on … [Read more...]

Letter | Dear Snoqualmie Residents

[Letter by Chloe Hou: Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters to info@livingsnoqualmie.com] Dear Snoqualmie resident, This is Chloe, … [Read more...]

As cases surge, the first free high-volume COVID-19 test site comes to King County’s Eastside

A new free COVID-19 test site will open at Bellevue College on Tuesday, December 15. This site will expand COVID-19 testing on the Eastside and complement existing free test sites already in Renton, Auburn, … [Read more...]

Ring in the Holidays Valley Style: More Local Activities to Enjoy this Weekend!

The festivities continue this weekend in Snoqualmie and North Bend with two more fun ways to safely celebrate the season. Holiday Grinch Parade-North Bend This tradition started in 2016, when a … [Read more...]

Inslee announces extension of restrictions until January 4th, 2021

Today, Gov. Jay Inslee announced a three-week extension of the state’s current restrictions that will now be in place until January 4, 2021. Restriction extension The three-week extension of … [Read more...]

What a Windy Week! Now Something Mysterious May Fall from the Sky

Wow what a week!  All that wind with not much rain! We had three strong rounds of winds, each with a peak gust at or exceeding 40 mph 11/30 -     40 mph    … [Read more...]

North Bend Film Festival Returning July 15-18, 2021 for a Fourth Annual Celebration of all Things Strange on screen

The festival will once again occur in the historic North Bend Theatre and iconic locales around town, with a lineup of independent film premieres, live events and immersive content. North Bend Film … [Read more...]

Back to the Diamond in 2021

 [Guest post by Mike Tenhulzen, President, Falls Little League, and Pete Morisseau, President, Snoqualmie Valley Little League.  Volunteers working to ensure Snoqualmie Valley youth have a great … [Read more...]

My Top 5 Christmas Movies!

[Guest Post by French Walker] I treasure movies the way some love the NFL, and so did my Mother. She often brought me to the Cinema with her, where I enjoyed a bevy of films with adult content, such as; … [Read more...]