Fall Pokes its Windy Nose into our Valley Spring

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] Batten down the hatches; we have a Fall wind storm coming In the Spring. If you already put your outdoor umbrella up, I’d go out and take it back down. The … [Read more...]

Football Season Concludes at MSHS due to Covid-19 Positive Test results

[EDIT: Some observant readers tell me the school's statement is not showing the full picture and that the Freshman Squad is still playing. The district tells me the statement will likely be updated on Monday as … [Read more...]

Two Finalist Candidates Selected in SVSD Superintendent Search

The Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors interviewed six semifinalists in the Superintendent Search process on Monday and Tuesday this week, March 23 and March 25.  During these … [Read more...]

Spring brings outdoor fun and bear activity

Spring is a busy time for wildlife, especially black bears, as they emerge from their winter dens hungry and in search of calories after five months of not eating. During this time of increased activity, … [Read more...]

Spring has Sprung with a Chance of Lumpy Rain and Hope for Warmer Weather Soon

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] It’s that time of the year when we transition from storms to the nicer weather. With that, we have a chance of some lumpy rain, “mixed rain/snow” at around 1000 … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie Now has an Events Calendar

Living Snoqualmie is pleased to announce a community calendar of virtual and (hopefully soon) in person events. Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash The Calendar will include city, school board, hospital and … [Read more...]

Mother of Fallen Soldier Pleads for Return of Son’s Stolen Dog Tags in Issaquah

[Guest Post by David Rose Q13 Fox] A car prowler in Issaquah stole Staff Sgt. Paul Gardner’s dog tags out of his mother’s 18-year-old vehicle Monday night.  They were precious to Claire Gardner because … [Read more...]

Governor Inslee Announces Expansion of Vaccine Eligibility & Long-Term Care Visitations May Resume

Inslee announced today that there will be upcoming vaccine eligibility expansion, including restaurant workers and Washingtonians 60 and older. He also announced that effective immediately, visitations at … [Read more...]

Mass Vaccination Clinic Announced for March 28th at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

It was just a matter of time. Each week, Annie Parker, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s Director of Clinic Operations and COVID-19 Team Lead, would order first-dose vaccines and wait. Over the past month, with … [Read more...]

Community Invited to Informational Meeting about New Habitat for Humanity Affordable Housing Project

The City of North Bend invites community members to an upcoming informational meeting about the new Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County affordable housing project. The meeting will include … [Read more...]

The Weather for the Week Ahead: A New Perspective from North Bend Weather Aficionado Mark Davis

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] The past couple of days, we have been spoiled by some nice winter weather. Can’t really complain too much when the temps reach 60° In March. We’ll be getting … [Read more...]

3/11/21 Snoqualmie Valley School Board meeting Highlights

[Guest post by Linda Grez] Superintendent Manahan gave recognition to classified employees who perform so many jobs to operate the District and schools.   Public comments covered remote … [Read more...]

Governor Inslee Announces Statewide Move to Phase 3 of Recovery Plan: Includes High School and Spectator Sports

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced that Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery will be transitioning from a regional approach to a county-by-county evaluation process. The governor also announced a new third … [Read more...]

Recreate Responsibly to Help Protect North Bend Area Trails

North Bend area trails have been a popular destination this past year as residents from near and far sought ways to exercise outdoors due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Many local trails have experienced a notable … [Read more...]

Center for Disease Control Releases New Guidance for Safe Activities for Vaccinated People

Based on what is known about COVID-19 vaccines, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things they had stopped doing because of the pandemic. Because science is still learning how … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Sweet Taste of Europe, from Beauty to Baking (and back again)

Experts say the average person changes careers three to seven times during their lifetime. So how many of us did a career pivot due to the pandemic? I know I did, along with millions of others this past … [Read more...]

Moving into Phase 1B-2: Critical workers, pregnant people eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in late March

The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Governor Jay Inslee have set a date for advancing to the next phases of vaccine eligibility, making the life-saving shot available to more people in the … [Read more...]

Spring babies — do they need your help?

Keep fawns in the crib Every year we see people who want to “help” fawns left alone in the forest. But, just because baby animals are alone does not mean they need help. Fight the urge to pick up and rescue … [Read more...]

Gov. Inslee and the Washington State Department of Health Give a Statements on Federal School and Childcare Vaccination Plan

President Biden announced today a directive to all states to get every pre-K educator, K-12 teacher, and childcare worker at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine in the month of March. “Over 30 states … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Partners with Eastside Fire & Rescue to Open Tribal Vaccination Clinic

On Saturday, February 20th, the Snoqualmie Tribe held its first Snoqualmie Tribal Vaccination Clinic on the Snoqualmie Reservation. As a sovereign nation, the Tribe is able to order COVID-19 vaccines for its … [Read more...]