Carnation Scenes Make it into Macklemore’s New Video; Miller’s Carnation Captured Filming with Photos

Miller's Carnation, of oh-my-gosh-Johnny-Depp-is-in-town fame, once again had some great pictures of yet another famous person who just happened to be in Carnation working. Only this time, the shop's owner … [Read more...]

Summer Might be Ending, But TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Still has Full Calendar, Holding Free Open House for Community

Summer is winding down, but not the weather.  If you're looking for something fun to do on a day that's supposed to hit 85 degrees, TPC Snoqualmie Ridge is opening its doors to the public in an effort to show … [Read more...]

Police, Aid Respond to Bendigo Blvd Bridge Thursday Night, Man Struck Crossing Roadway

Living Snoqualmie received a few inquires regarding the police and aid presence on Bendigo Blvd (SR-202) in North Bend Thursday night, September 5, 2013. Witnesses driving in the area reported flares and lane … [Read more...]

District and Teacher’s Union Reach Tentative Agreement; Teachers Ratify Contract with ‘Lukewarm’ Vote

** UPDATE, SEPTEMBER 8, 2013, 9:10PM: Although technically on strike at their 7PM union meeting, the Snoqualmie Valley teachers' contract was ratified by a "lukewarm" 59% of union members - 174 votes yes to … [Read more...]

Strike Update: Teachers, District Prepare for Strike as Negotiations Continue

Tick Tock.  Tick Tock.  The Snoqualmie Valley teacher's union strike deadline of Sunday at 3PM is quickly approaching. Following union advice, some SVSD teachers removed personal belongings from their … [Read more...]

Ben’s Breakdown: Mount Si Football Ready to Prove Last Year Was No Fluke; Open vs. Kennedy Tonight, September 6th

Thanks to Mount Si High School senior and aspiring sports writer, Ben Evensen, for this analysis of the Wildcats 2013 season and home opener, which is less than 6 hours away now.  Look for Ben's column all … [Read more...]

North Bend Hosts The Adventure Sports Festival September 6th & 7th; A Run to the Top of Mt. Si and What’s an Iron Horse Relay?

Love anything outdoors?  If so, then North Bend is where you need to be this weekend. Friday, September 6th, and Saturday, September 7th, downtown North Bend is the setting for the 2013 Adventure Sports … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Teachers Vote to Strike on Sunday if No Contract; School Year Starts on Time for Now

Snoqualmie Valley teachers overwhelmingly voted yesterday to strike on Sunday, September 8th if they couldn't reach an agreeable contract deal with the school district by that time.  The vote tally was 291-8 in … [Read more...]

Will Snoqualmie Valley Schools Open on Time? Possible Strike Vote Looms for Teachers Union

*** Update, September 2, 2013, 5;45PM:  In an interview with KOMO News, SVSD Public Information Coordinator, Carolyn Malcolm, said there is a new contract offer for teachers that will be presented tomorrow … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Road Closures Scheduled Next Week; Plan Ahead for Access to Mount Si Back Parking Lot

The Snoqualmie Valley School year is scheduled to being on Wednesday, September 4, 2013, which means more cars will be traveling through the streets of downtown Snoqualmie in the direction of both Mount Si High … [Read more...]

Teachers, District Back at Bargaining Table; Mediator Now Along for Contract Talks

With Snoqualmie Valley schools scheduled to begin in six short days and no contract in place for its teachers, negotiators for both the Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD)  and the Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

Culvert Replacement on Middle Fork Road Leads to BIG Discovery, Project Delay

The King County Roads Division closed SE Middle Fork Road in the North Bend area on August 5, 2013 and planned to re-open the road on August 30th, but that re-opening date hit one very large snag … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Teachers Overwhelming Reject District’s Latest Conceptual Contract Agreement

There are just eight days left until the Snoqualmie Valley School District begins the 2013-14 school year. Negotiations have been happening since June,  but the SVSD teachers union, SVEA, is still without a new … [Read more...]

Countdown to New School Year, But Snoqualmie Valley Teachers Need New Contract

Local kids and parents are in countdown mode as a new school year quickly approaches.  The Snoqualmie Valley School District is set to begin in nine days - on Wednesday, September 4th. But as of Monday, August … [Read more...]

Learn to Serve Community During Emergencies; CERT Training Starts Soon

Floods, snow, wind and ice storms, power outages. It seems the Snoqualmie Valley has seen a lot over the past few years. Want to be prepared to help serve the community during emergency situations?  If so, … [Read more...]

Teen Formally Arraigned for Fatal North Bend New Year’s Day Hit and Run

North Bend 19-year old, Cody Eads, who was recently charged with felony hit and run in the January 1, 2013 accident that took the life of 57-year old North Bend resident, Lucinda Pieczatkowski, was arraigned in … [Read more...]

Good News! Rogue Wanderlust Cows Captured and Returning Home Today

Apparently many local residents have seen the infamous Snoqualmie Valley runaway teenage Black Angus steers (cows) over the past few weeks, whether it be on pasture lands or wandering rural streets like Reinig … [Read more...]

Here’s a New One: Cows with Wanderlust, Reinig Road Cows on Move Again

It is not uncommon to come across deer on Snoqualmie Valley roads - even a bear or a bobcat at times, especially at night.  But cows? In broad daylight?  Just sauntering down Reinig Road? Yes, it's true. Two … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Railroad Days Celebrates 75th Anniversary, Starts Friday, August 16th

Now in its 75th year, Snoqualmie Railroad Days is produced by the Northwest Railway Museum, with family fun in mind. Volunteer firemen and their wives organized the very first Railroad Days in 1938, and the … [Read more...]

North Bend Mayor Names Life Saving Award Recipients; July Mount Si Helicopter Mystery Solved

On July 14, 2013, many Snoqualmie Valley residents reported seeing a helicopter hovering over Mount Si, even hoisting something from the mountain. The helicopter activity coincided with another rescue of an … [Read more...]