What’s that big Blue Box? King County Elections making it easier for Snoqualmie Valley voters

King County Elections is making it easier for Snoqualmie Valley voters to cast their ballots in the upcoming November election - even giving an option that eliminates the excuse, "Crud, I don't have a stamp so … [Read more...]

Police ask for Public’s Help to identify remains found on Mount Si

The King County Sheriff's Office is still working on a case from summer 2015, when apparent 20-year old remains were found on Mount Si. Today, KCSO released a sketch of what the deceased man may have looked … [Read more...]

Fall City Roadhouse gets new owners, new name, new updates; Community invited to ‘Re-launch Celebration’

Have you stopped by the Fall City Roadhouse lately? Noticed the subtle changes - like new paint colors, recovered booth backs and an upstairs seating area - and wondered what the heck was up? It's because on … [Read more...]

Si View launches new Volleyball Class, gives local girls earlier access to popular sport

Hoping to give local girls earlier access to the sport of volleyball, Si View Parks District is excited to introduce a new class into the Snoqualmie Valley Community: Si View Recreation Volleyball … [Read more...]

Tale of two Growth Rates: district says elementary enrollment jumps, but high school drops dramatically as students flock to Running Start

It's clear looking at the first snapshot of Snoqualmie Valley School District's 2016-17 enrollment numbers that the fast growing area is producing more students in our local schools. The influx was … [Read more...]

Block Party Time in Snoqualmie this weekend, big lineup of community fun

Ready for some community and family fun? Then head to Center Blvd in Snoqualmie [Ridge] this Saturday, September 17, 2016 and enjoy food, live music stage, a 3x3 basketball tournament, kid activities … [Read more...]

Clinton vs. Trump is all the news, but how about state elections? Candidates are coming to the Valley

November’s election – it’s all you’ve heard about on TV for months, right? Getting a little tired of it?  Well, there are other candidates on the ballot, not just Trump and Clinton.  In Washington State, our … [Read more...]

WDFW seeks advisory committee candidates for the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking additional candidates to serve on a committee that advises the department on the management of the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area. WDFW manages the … [Read more...]

Community event remembers 15th Anniversary of 9/11 with special Performances

The community is invited to a special, local event this weekend honoring the September 11th anniversary. Snoqualmie Valley Alliance (SVA) is honoring the 15th anniversary of 9/11 in a special way this … [Read more...]

Start the School Year Safely: Bus stop Law refresher, speed limits, expect congestion around schools

A new school year in the Snoqualmie Valley starts this Wednesday, August 31st.  That means mornings and afternoons around the Valley will take on a different dynamic. The School's in Session traffic … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Life of Sam Saimo: Mount Si Grad, Passionate Photographer, ‘Friend to All’

Sam Saimo had an eye for angles - angles that helped capture perfectly the beauty of the place he called home... the Snoqualmie Valley. He loved his home. He climbed its mountains, hiked and biked its trails, … [Read more...]

Excessive Heat and Red Flag Fire Warning Issued, Cooling Centers opened in upper Snoqualmie Valley

Well, the first part of the summer was kind of a dud in the weather department - especially if comparing it to last summer which featured seemingly non-stop sunshine - but summer is back.  With it comes hot … [Read more...]

Bounty Week: A Celebration of Snoqualmie Valley-Grown Food, local Restaurants get into the Act

Organizers of a new unique week focused on local food say the Snoqualmie Valley has a rich history of providing food to its inhabitants, including the Snoqualmie People who gathered camas, lilies, bracken fern, … [Read more...]

Hearing Booms? Civil War ‘Battle of Snoqualmie’ back in Town

It's back for a second year - and this time bad weather shouldn't force a cancellation. If you hear some loud booms and see men in antique uniforms around the Snoqualmie Valley this weekend, August 13th … [Read more...]

Railroad Days loses Big Component: After eight years, Railroad Days Run thing of the Past

Run Snoqualmie owner and Mount Si Cross Country/Distance Track coach, Sean Sundwall, announced last week that the 9th annual running of the Snoqualmie Railroad Days had been cancelled and is not expected to … [Read more...]

18-year old suffers life threatening injuries in Serious Accident near Preston, eastbound I-90 backed up for Miles

UPDATE |  AUGUST 12, 2016, 2PM The Washington State Patrol said all lanes of eastbound I-90 are now open. It could take awhile for traffic to return to normal, though. UPDATE |  AUGUST 12, 2016, … [Read more...]

Two Rivers Teacher, students Win National, classroom Innovation award

According to a press release, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) announced the winners of the inaugural Think It Up Innovation Awards, honoring eight teams of students and teachers who exemplify the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor’s bid for State Legislature ends, Tight Primary for Magendanz, Mullet

With a good chunk of the August 2nd Primary Election Ballots counted, it appears Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson's bid for the Washington State Legislature has ended. Larson received roughly 17% of votes for … [Read more...]

Love Halloween? Night on a Dark Trail puts out Casting Call for local Talent

Do you love Halloween? Do you love to scare people? Then Night on a Dark Trail needs you! Night on a Dark Trail (NOADT) has become a Snoqualmie Valley annual tradition thanks to many dedicated, 'Halloween … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Rebuild Hits Delay, District says Timeline still Intact

It was announced at the July Snoqualmie Valley School Board meeting that the Mount Si High School rebuild project had hit a delay, but district officials said it should not affect the overall timeline of the … [Read more...]

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