Oped | Why Trump

[** This piece as written by Snoqualmie resident, Rob McCann **] Please stop trying to slap an evil label on me so you can try to understand why I voted for Trump.  I didn’t do that to you when you elected … [Read more...]

Updated Election Results: Graves, Mullet, Rodne ahead; Snoqualmie levy lid lift passing, Eastside fire authority close

Here are some November 8th local race results: Fire District 38 - Eastside Regional Fire Authority Fire Districts 10 & 38 are proposing combining to create one Regional Fire Authority as a way to … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank opens Doors, invites Community to learn more at Open House

The community is invited to a special Open House - a chance to see up close the work that the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank does to help those in need right here at home. Did you know? Last year, SVFB … [Read more...]

VIDEO | Watch progress on Mount Si High School rebuild, construction update

Wondering about progress on the rebuild of Mount Si High School?  In October, the Snoqualmie Valley School District launched a video program to keep the community updated. With the help of MSHS Digital Media … [Read more...]

Mount Si students ask for switch to Weighted GPA’s, say ‘more accurate representation of senior class’

At the October 27th Snoqualmie Valley School Board Meeting, the twelve National Merit Scholars from the Mount Si High School Class of 2017 were asked to introduce themselves to the school board, share their … [Read more...]

GIVE GOOD Nominations Open! Time to Recognize those Inspirational people

Who will walk the red carpet at the 5th annual GIVE GOOD Awards? Probably some familiar names and faces as many local citizens, youth, businesses, and organizations have already been nominated for the 2017 GIVE … [Read more...]

Introducing the Great Snoqualmie Valley Treasure Hunt, join the fun and nab some prizes

A new family friendly tradition is starting on Saturday, November 5th courtesy of Savor Snoqualmie Local, a Valley-wide Local First campaign working to create a healthy, connected local economy in the … [Read more...]

Halloween Happenings: Murder Mystery Dinner, HalloweenTown, Downtown Trick-or-Treating, NEW Night on Dark Trail date Added

Boo! As the days tick down to Halloween, there's some fun happenings on tap around the Snoqualmie Valley over the next week. And remember - after your kids collect ALL that candy, the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA … [Read more...]

Waskom siblings sweep KingCo cross country championships, Now off to State

The Mount Si High School distance running duo of Hannah and Joe Waskom had a busy day Saturday, October 22, 2016. First they joined their cross-country teammates at the KingCo 4A Championship Meet, where they … [Read more...]

Making the I-90/SR 18 interchange safer while drivers wait a decade for redesign of dangerous area

While it waits for $150 million in funding from 2015 Connecting Washington Transportation Bill, the Washington State Department of Transportation continues to look at ways to improve safety around the often … [Read more...]

Preparing to help: Marine, helicopter Rescue crews practice in and over the Snoqualmie River

If you saw or heard helicopters over the Snoqualmie River Wednesday afternoon, October 19th - or saw people in the Snoqualmie River, don't fret.  What you saw was training. The King County Sheriff's Office … [Read more...]

5 most deadly driving habits: Car crashes leading cause of Death for teens

It's National Teen Driver Safety Week. Where do a lot of teens live?  The Snoqualmie Valley. Sure they roll their eyes at you, but experts say to keep hammering home the stats. Keep reminding them of their … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Coop launches ‘Thanksgiving Boxes,’ way to increase healthy, decrease stress

Forget the grocery store lines and searching for recipes this Turkey Day. For the first time, the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative is selling Thanksgiving Boxes, offering local residents and Seattle-area … [Read more...]

After weather cancels opening weekend, Night on a Dark Trail ready to spook out the Valley this weekend, may add new date

After previous years of Night on a Dark Trail being forced to cancel due to weather conditions, this year organizers decided to extend the popular Halloween event over multiple weekends in October - just in … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Career Fair spotlights local Employers with LOTS of positions to fill

Interested in a local job - maybe one where you don't have to sit in traffic every day trying to get to the Seattle-Bellevue area? Well, Snoqualmie Valley employers are hiring. In fact, A LOT of them are … [Read more...]

Round 2: Second stronger storm with potential for historic winds rolls in Saturday

A couple of weeks back we mentioned that the 'Neutral' weather pattern setting up for the Puget Sound region this fall/winter had a decent probability of producing some 'non boring' weather conditions. It … [Read more...]

Creepy Clown anxiety hits the Snoqualmie Valley, but district, police say no sightings, threats reported

It's probably safe to say that clown costumes will be the least favorite Halloween attire this October - as least far as local law enforcement is concerned. According to news reports, the creepy clown … [Read more...]

Fall Cleaning? FREE Recycle Event this weekend aims to help organizing efforts

Doing some organizing around the house?  Need a little help figuring out what to do with all that stuff that tends to accumulate? The City of Snoqualmie is hosting a FREE residential recycle event at … [Read more...]

Two NEW restaurants coming to the Snoqualmie Valley

It looks like two new restaurants will be calling North Bend home in the coming months - each on different ends of the downtown area. According to a City of North Bend 'Notice of Application' a new building … [Read more...]

District Offers Active Threat Crisis Training to students, parents

If you have a SVSD middle or high school student, tonight could be a chance for an honest conversation about a topic that is often times frightening for many students and parents to even think … [Read more...]