Mount Si Cheerleaders Sickened After State Cheer Competition At Everett's Comcast Arena

**  Update: 2/8, 5:45PM:  Comcast Arena is undertaking a deep cleaning of all areas in accordance with the CDC (Center for Disease Control) guidelines, as a preventative measure before its next event this … [Read more...]

Fall City & Carnation Road Closures From Minor Flooding

I bet you didn't think Mother Nature had anything left to throw at the valley.  Wrong. The rain may have lightened up today, but according to the King County Department of Transportation, "Persistent rain and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Monday Morning Giggles: Mount Si High School Senior Prank

**  11:45AM:  Front doors to MSHS are all clear now.  Many students "enjoyed" the snow removal task assigned by Principal Belcher. ** Monday mornings are hard.  I am always tired as we start a new school … [Read more...]

Welcome Back To The Light Snoqualmie – Now I Am Going To Sleep

As far as I know, Snoqualmie is back in the land of power.   If your house isn't, I apologize.  This has been quite a journey.  I am glad you are all warm again.  I am happy I could help.  Thank you to PSE and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Could See Record January Snow

**  January 17th:  Latest from Komo Weather Forecasters:   "CASCADE FOOTHILLS:  The snow has been steady here all night long, giving this area 3"-6" new snow today.  Plan on an additional 5"-10" tomorrow."  … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Ready To Say Happy New Year By Opening Its Doors On Schedule

There's an expectation with big construction projects - delays; usually weather-related.  Fall in the valley traditionally means rain, wind, snow and then really windy.  This year, though, mother nature spared … [Read more...]

Cascade View Kindergarten Teacher, Mrs. Kinghorn, Honored as Teacher Of The Month

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid just announced its November Teacher of the Month, awarding Snoqualmie's Cascade View kindergarten teacher, Kalla Kinghorn, the honor.  Mrs. Kinghorn was nominated by a former … [Read more...]

Updated Snoqualmie Valley School Board November 8th Election Results – Geoff Doy Now Appears Winner

A week after the November 8th election and King County is still updating Snoqualmie Valley School Board election results. As of today, Tuesday, 11/15/2011, 11,534 out of 12,377 ballots received had been … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Wildcat Junior Football Program Sends Three Teams To Greater Eastside Championships!

This is a big year for the Sno-Valley Wildcat Junior Football program - one worthy of some bragging rights.  For the first time in its history, Wildcat Junior is sending three of its ten football teams to the … [Read more...]

Updated Snoqualmie Valley School Board and Si View MPD November 8th Election Results

Updated November 10th, 2011, at 4:45PM King County Elections counted and added more ballots to the November 8th election results.  As of today, November 10th: Director District #2:  Geoff Doy now leading … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Board and Si View MPD November 8th Election Results – Daily Update

First election results from King County Elections on November 8, 2011: **  These results will be updated here each day as King County Elections counts more ballots.  Generally that happens around 4:30 - 5PM, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ski Swap and MSHS Valley Fest On Tap This Weekend!

Did anyone notice the white stuff on the peak of Mt. Si this morning?  You guessed it, the first snow of the year, which gets skiers and snowboarders excited for the upcoming ski season.  While you wait for the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Reminders: Charter Membership Deadline And Job Fairs This Week

For any Snoqualmie Valley resident who likes to save money and is mulling over the idea of becoming a YMCA charter member - your time is running out to have the joining fee waived.  October 31st is the deadline … [Read more...]

My Apologies To Carolyn Simpson

I did some soul-searching yesterday.  I love writing. I enjoy that many of you want to read my thoughts on all things Snoqualmie. I find myself in new territory as I try to balance writing impartially about … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Middle School Annexation – Stuck Between a Rock and A Hard Spot

It was fall 2010.  For a few years, SVSD enrollment was on an up-tick.  In 2007 and 2008, three separate bond attempts to add a second high school failed.  Mt. Si High School was still growing.  Enrollment … [Read more...]