District closer to critical High School Schedule change: 7-periods, alternating blocks, trimesters all on table

In the near future the delivery system for education at Mount Si High School will undergo a big change. Gone will be the traditional six-period school day - replaced by a daily schedule that will allow students … [Read more...]

City allocates over $100,000 to local nonprofits in 2017

The City of Snoqualmie announced on December 22,2016 that as part of its annual 1% general fund distribution to human services organizations that serve the greater Snoqualmie Valley, it will allocate $136,000 … [Read more...]

Big Changes come to Mount Si High School in January as district prepares to build new facility on current site

It takes a lot of planning and careful coordianting to build a brand new school on the same property of an exisiting high school, but the Snoqualmie Valley School District is proving it is possible. In … [Read more...]

Dreaming of a White Christmas? Winter Weather Advisory issued, then cancelled, for Snoqualmie Valley

Is it possible there could be snow on the ground on Christmas Day?  The odds started looking better for the Snoqualmie Valley on Saturday morning. Around 8AM,  December 23, 2016 the National Weather Service … [Read more...]

Holiday Lights Contests Winners Announced, enjoy a ‘Tour of Lights’

UPDATE |  Friday, December 23rd, 9PM The City of Snoqualmie announce the winners of the 2016 Holiday Lights Contest. Drum roll please.... Business Winner: Peak Sport & Spine, 7726 Center Blvd … [Read more...]

Can you help? Event planned to Support Homeless Teens in the Snoqualmie Valley

Janene Coltom wants to do something to help those in need on a local level. So in collaboration with Thrivent Financial's "Live Generously" campaign, which provides two annual opportunities for members to … [Read more...]

Snow forgot to change to rain, blankets Snoqualmie Valley; more cold temps, light snow possible next week

UPDATE |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 8:30AM If you've lived in the Puget Sound area for a while, one thing you learn quickly is that forecasting snow is VERY difficult. It takes a combination of numerous … [Read more...]

District changes some ‘Limited Transportation’ Snow Routes for Snoqualmie, Fall City

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced recently that it has adjusted some of its Limited Transportation (i.e. snow/ice) school bus routes for the 2016-17 school year. [Note: some of the changes … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley winds howl, snow on the way…maybe

UPDATE | DECEMBER 8TH, 2PM Well, as predicted, the easterly/south easterly winds started howling around the Snoqualmie Valley Wednesday evening - and pretty much haven't let up for most of Thursday, with … [Read more...]

Mount Si Drama debuts ‘Pippin’ – even offered Dinner Theater performance

UPDATE | December 10th, 12:30pm Even a snow storm can't stop this show - or at least for more than one night. After the opening night cancellation due to snow, MSHS Dram debuts Pippen today.  The dinner … [Read more...]

Fall City, North Bend brimming with Holiday Fun this weekend

There's lots of holiday happenings on Saturday, December 3, 2016. From tree lightings to holiday markets, if you weren't in the holiday spirit yet, chances are you will be by the end of the weekend! The 17th … [Read more...]

Love cycling? Snoqualmie Valley Velo club says, ‘Come Ride with Us’

Did you know the Valley has a cycling club? It does! Whether you are into recreational bicycling or racing, Snoqualmie Valley Velo Club has it all, hosting weekly rides for all abilities, participating in … [Read more...]

Winter homeless shelter opens for 5th season in Snoqualmie, community meetings planned

The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter, operated by the Valley Renewal Center, opened for its 5th season this week in downtown Snoqualmie. The shelter provides overnight shelter to the local homeless during the … [Read more...]

All Aboard! Santa Train selling out fast, special Victorian Santa train added this year

It’s almost that festive Ho, Ho, Ho season. Lights are going up all around town -  and Santa Train tickets sell out fast!  The Northwest Railway Museum doesn't want anyone to miss the chance to experience the … [Read more...]

Gap winds stream into Snoqualmie Valley Friday morning, expected to hang around through the day

Puget Sound Energy reported that power was out to about to about 650 downtown Snoqualmie area customers early Friday morning, November 18, 2016.  But as quick as it went out - it restored around … [Read more...]

Oped | Establishment Politics on School Board need to end, Simpson right choice for board president

[ ** Written by Snoqualmie resident, Brad Toft ** ] The Snoqualmie Valley School Board begins deliberations regarding service in the roles of President and Vice President for the 2017 calendar year, to be … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School to Change Bell schedule, do away with 6-period day; Parent Meeting November 30th

Mount Si High School is preparing for a big shift - a bell schedule change that will move away from the traditional six-period school day. In 2014 the state legislature ramped up the requirements to earn a … [Read more...]

Weekend Holiday Bazaar, local shopping helps build Snoqualmie Skate Park

This Sunday, November 20, 2016, from 9AM to 6PM a special Holiday Bazaar will be held at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, 38018 SE Ridge Street. The Winter Wonderland Holiday Bazaar will feature many items - like … [Read more...]

King County Metro wants Snoqualmie Valley opinions – take the survey now

Hey Snoqualmie Valley - King County Metro Transit wants your opinion for the next three weeks! Through a new transportation survey of people who live, work or go to school in Snoqualmie, Issaquah or North … [Read more...]

Post election bridge the divide: Community invited to Unity event at Centennial Fields, November 13th

This Sunday, November 13, 2016 the Snoqualmie Valley Community is being offered a chance to come together - and as North Bend photographer Mary Miller says - have some fun, too. According to event … [Read more...]