Business Comings: Mathnasium, Transforming the Way Kids Understand and Appreciate Math

Mathnasium – the new neighborhood math-only learning center that opened recently at 7713 Center Blvd SE, Suite 100, in Snoqualmie– held a Grand Opening on August 28th to introduce itself to the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets: Pandemic Pets Put Pressure on Already Overloaded Veterinary System

As a part-time dog walker and trainer, I started noticing the pandemic pet phenomena early on. The ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order had begun on March 23rd, 2020, and by April, I was getting many calls from new … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie’s Regional Reads: Jason Stellman’s Misfit Faith

[Guest Post by Lynda Lahman] I once read a book about a loving Jesus versus a legal Jesus…is the point of Christianity to follow the teaching of ‘love thy neighbor as thyself’ or to look for and punish … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Casino Launches First Sportsbook in Washington State on Opening Day of the NFL Season

The Snoqualmie Casino made history Thursday, September 9, opening the first sportsbook in Washington State. Former Seattle SuperSonics All-Star Shawn Kemp placed the first bet to a crowd of several hundred … [Read more...]

Public Invited to Patriot Day Ceremony in Snoqualmie

On the 20th anniversary and in honor of the 2,977 civilians, firefighters, and police officers who died in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, there will be a Patriot Day remembrance ceremony … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Construction Delays

Night work on SE North Bend Way – Tuesday, Sept. 14 through the morning of Thursday, Sept. 16 Overnight lane closures will occur between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. on SE North Bend Way, on the west side … [Read more...]

Bears: The Super Sleepers

Guest Poster and Wildlife biologist Daryl Ratajczak explains why bears are extra hungry this time of year, so we can all take care with our garbage, pet food, and birdseed to help keep bears wild! As … [Read more...]

King County Announces a New Data Dashboard that Tracks Covid-19 Risk for Unvaccinated People Vs. Vaccinated People

Since July, COVID-19 cases have increased rapidly in King County. The worsening outbreak is affecting all of us. People who are not fully vaccinated are getting seriously ill and dying … [Read more...]

Obituary: Richard George Krona

Richard George Krona, “Rick,” passed away on July 29, 2021, with family at his bedside. Rick was born to Charles, “Chuck,” and Joan Krona on March 24, 1955, in Tacoma, WA. Seven days later, the family moved to … [Read more...]

Help the Snoqualmie Tribe Ancestral Land Movement by Collecting Observations While Out Hiking and Recreating

Summer is leaving us soon with colder nights and fewer visitors to our local parks and trailheads. While I will miss the longer days, I won’t miss the overflowing garbage cans & dumpsters, crowded parking … [Read more...]

Reinig Road Revetment Repair Project Lane Close Extended

King County’s Reinig Road Revetment Repair Project that began in mid-June, requiring a summer closure of Reinig Road between SE 81st Street and 428th Ave SE, will need some extra time before one lane … [Read more...]

Highlights of the SVSD School Board Meeting Aug 26, 2021: Budget was Approved for 2021-2022

[Guest Post by Linda Grez] The Minutes of the August 12, 2021 Board Meeting were approved. Communications and Recognition Superintendent Gibbon welcomed everyone back.  Some of the highlights … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Assist in Incident Involving Suspect with Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

Today at about 12:10 p.m., Snoqualmie Police Officers were asked to assist the FBI with a one-million-dollar fugitive arrest rape warrant. The FBI was following the adult male suspect, out of Louisiana, … [Read more...]

Police Incident Shuts Down Eastbound SR-18 at I90

At approximately 1 PM Friday, August 27th the Washington State Patrol (WSP) initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for suspicion of a felony warrant for rape for the driver. After the traffic stop was … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie’s Regional Reads: Lynda Lahman’s Story of Love, Loss, and Memories

I’ll admit it, I sometimes judge a (literal) book by its cover, and I really shouldn’t. In this third installment of Regional Reads, I read a book by local author Snoqualmie resident Lynda … [Read more...]

Watch Plein Air Artist Britt Greenland Paint in the Park

Artist Britt Greenland, selected as this year’s Designated Plein Air Artist, will paint on August 28 in Sandy Cove Park in honor of this year’s Railroad Days. Afterward, you can view her two … [Read more...]

The Rescue of the Rattlesnake Mountain (dog) Gang

Local residents know about the many benefits that come from living in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. Unfortunately, most of us know there are drawbacks too. Two of those drawbacks are lost and abandoned … [Read more...]

Church on the Ridge Opens New Facility in Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park

Church on the Ridge announced it recently opened the doors to a new building. The building was designed to form a more lasting presence in the heart of the greater Snoqualmie Valley and ensures the church can … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Railroad Days Returns

The 82nd Snoqualmie Railroad Days festival returns on August 28-29, 2021. This year the Grand Parade returns live and in-person on Saturday, August 28th at 11 am. The fun continues with: Steam … [Read more...]

Governor Inslee Announces the Return of the Indoor Mask Mandate and Covid Vaccine Requirement for all Educators and School Staff

On August 18th, Governor Inslee announced a vaccine mandate for ALL Washington State public, private educators and school staff at a press conference. These educators must be fully vaccinated by October 18th. … [Read more...]