School Board Candidates Rivas, Simpson address sustainable budgets, increasing taxes, top education initiatives

Chelsea Rivas is challenging Carolyn Simpson for her Snoqualmie Valley School Board Director District 3 seat in the November 5th General Election. We asked the candidates three questions. Below are their … [Read more...]

School Board candidates Doy, Grez discuss possible budget cuts, balancing tax increases and education funding, how to best prepare students

Linda Hamm Grez is challenging Geoff Doy for his Snoqualmie Valley School Board Director District 2 seat in the November 5th General Election. We posed three questions to the candidates and appreciate their … [Read more...]

A Kindness Movement: 1st Annual Love Snoqualmie Valley Volunteer Day happens October 5th

Have you seen the signs around the Valley? "We ❤️Snoqualmie Valley?" Here's some info on what organizers hope becomes a local movement of kindness and community. One day. Impactful projects. All for the same … [Read more...]

Fire, loss of directors means no Night on a Dark Trail this year for Snoqualmie Valley

For those of you already thinking and planning for Halloween, there will be one little Snoqualmie Valley glitch this fall: Night on a Dark Trail will not be happening. A series of unforeseen events resulted … [Read more...]

SnoValley Chamber of Commerce hosting FREE candidate forums in October

The SnoValley Chamber of Commerce has announced a series of local Candidate Forums: Monday, October 7th, 7PM – North Bend City Council and Mayoral Candidates, Location: North Bend TheatreTuesday, October … [Read more...]

Success: local students take 1,200 FREE bus rides with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation’s Summer Freedom program

Since launching its free rides for students program in June, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation completed 1,202 trips for local schools’ students. That’s 1,200-plus trips to the lake, to skate parks and to other … [Read more...]

New Mount Si High School unveiled to community: “More than a facility. It’s our hopes for the future”

Saturday, September 7th at Mount Si High School might best be summed up as a day of celebration and thanks - and the end of a LONG journey for the Snoqualmie Valley School District. It was the day the … [Read more...]

New TV comedy ‘Three Busy Debras’ films in Snoqualmie, transforms YMCA into Lemondcurd Community Center

For the second straight day the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA was transformed into 'Lemoncurd Community Center' as filming of a new TV comedy series called Three Busy Debras continued. Windows were covered … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley school board approves $108 million operating budget, includes $1.6 million deficit

On August 27th the SVSD school board approved the district's 2019-20 [approximate] $108 million operating budget that includes some fee reductions for families, along with covering SAT testing costs for all … [Read more...]

Meadowbrook Way to get Honorary ‘Wildcat Way’ name, celebrating Mount Si High School

Mount Si High School ASB representatives worked throughout the summer to add the honorary name of 'Wildcat Way' to Meadowbrook Way, which runs in front of the newly rebuilt high school. Students told city … [Read more...]

Two Rivers students build, donate new furniture pieces to Trail Youth Coffee House

Students from Two Rivers School in North Bend recently used teamwork to build and donate furniture to nearby Trail Youth Coffee House, an innovative nonprofit dedicated to building bridges and providing … [Read more...]

Letter | Valley needs an Aquatics Facility for everyone and competitive swimming

Dear Editor, We, the undersigned, recognize the overdue need for an aquatics facility in the Snoqualmie Valley. On behalf of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, we ask Snoqualmie Valley residents to join … [Read more...]

Survey shows strong support for Snoqualmie Community Center expansion, pool addition; split support for Si View pool partnership

On Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 6:30PM the City of Snoqualmie will hold special meeting of the city council to present and discuss the mayor's proposed six-year non-utility Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and to … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School exterior demolition to start any day; new school opens in six weeks

Big changes are brewing at Mount Si High School this summer. After 4.5 years of planning and construction, in just six weeks approximately 1,700 students will begin walking the halls of the new Mount Si - a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation donates BIG for district education initiatives

The Snoqualmie Valley School District recently announced a big donation it received from the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation following the foundation's successful Spring Luncheon - its annual fundraiser … [Read more...]

New state law removes popular immunization exemption, requires more students be vaccinated for measles before new school year

A new state law may decrease the number of Washington state students attending school without MMR vaccinations. Following a measles outbreak earlier this year, the Washington State legislature passed a bill … [Read more...]

Community gives feedback on city plans to expand Snoqualmie Community Center/YMCA, add pool

The City of Snoqualmie held a community meeting on Sunday, June 9th to discuss expanding the Snoqualmie YMCA/Community Center. According to City Communications Manager Joan Pliego, about 80 people turned out to … [Read more...]

Si View Parks selects preferred pool option as works to develop Community Aquatics Center

According to a news release, driven by strong interest from Si View Parks District constituents and greater Snoqualmie Valley community members, Si View Metro Parks is exploring options for developing a new … [Read more...]

Class of 2019: History that Marked the Journey to Graduation

It's that time of year across the Snoqualmie Valley: high school graduation. As seniors get excited to put on their caps and gowns, parents are reminiscing with conflicting feelings of excitement and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police want to tackle drug issue by adding narcotics dog

On May 28th Snoqualmie Police Chief Perry Phipps asked the city council for approval to explore adding a drug dog to the department, increasing the SPD's level of service. Phipps commented, "I don't want to … [Read more...]