Seriously Snoqualmie – Two More Weeks Of This Weather?

This weather has turned me into a big, fat whiner.  This isn't summer.  I don't care what the calendar says.  I could handle the lack of sun and warm days if spring had been something to write home about.  But … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Boy Is A YouTube Sensation – Two Million Times Over!

12-year-old, Jonah Duvall, is nearing 2.5 million YouTube views.  Doing what you ask?  Performing Michael Jackson's Thriller dance at Safeco Field two weeks ago.  During the Mariner's "80's Night" he performed … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA – Countdown to Groundbreaking

It was June 2001 when we decided to build a house on a small Snoqualmie Ridge dirt lot.  I was newly pregnant with my 4th child and had stars in my eyes, thinking of the kids playing in the cul-de-sac and a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley In The Face Of Change

There is one thing I have noticed in my 41 years.  One of the hardest things to deal with is change.  I am not just referring to a huge political or idea shift/change.   I am referring to any kind of change.  … [Read more...]

Guest Blog: Snoqualmie Needs Voices on the School Board

This guest blog is by Carolyn Simpson, friend and education advocate.  She has been intently following the SVSD redistricting process.  I asked her to share her information and opinion.  For more information on … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie YMCA Healthy Kids Day Celebrated On April 16th

Preparing for its 2011 spring Snoqualmie Valley YMCA groundbreaking, the Y is bringing its annual Healthy Kids Day event to Snoqualmie Community Park on Saturday, April 16th, from 10AM - 1PM.  All valley … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid Helps Parents Entertain, Stimulate and Exhaust Their Kids

Guest Blog by Diana Reul-Sapiro. Diana is a Snoqualmie Ridge mother and business owner.  She started Macaroni Kid as a way to keep valley parents informed of local activities for their children.  Living … [Read more...]

Heaviest Snow Predicted To Hit Snoqualmie Late February 23rd

Yes, there is a Winter Storm Warning in place for the Snoqualmie Valley.  Yes, we've already seen some snow.  But when is the REAL snow coming you ask?  According to the National Weather Service - probably … [Read more...]

Sign Of The Times? TPC Snoquamie Ridge Loosens Dress Code

In an effort to increase member satisfaction (and possibly attract new members) TPC Snoqualmie Ridge is at long-last allowing denim inside itsclubhouse.   Denim is still not allowed on the golf course or any of … [Read more...]

My Weekly Valley Pick – Favorite Person To Get My Lazy Self Up And Moving!

My answer?  Ridge Fitness class instructor, exercise guru and Zumba expert, Kelly Saunders. If you live on the Ridge and the sun is shining,  you've probably seen her running.  If you exercise at Ridge Fitness … [Read more...]

Longtime Snoqualmie Florist Moves To Revitalized Historic Business District

Longtime Snoqualmie business, Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts, recently relocated to the historic Sherman Building - right in the center of Snoqulamie's revitalized historic business core - on Railroad Ave.  … [Read more...]

My Weekly Valley Pick – Favorite Place To Take Away My Gray Winter Blahs

My answer?  Secret Sun Tanning Salon.  Yes, in a time when tanning gets bad press I am saying it out loud.  At times I go tanning.  Washington winters are long and gray.  Stretches of sunny weather are far and … [Read more...]

My Weekly Snoqualmie Valley Pick – Favorite Handyman

* This is a new series designed to highlight some of my favorite places, people and businesses in the valley.  If you have one you think is worthy then send me an email. * So the advice goes when you own an … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Supporters Harness The Power of Social Media

Gone are the days of going door to door in support of your cause.  Why go out in the cold winter rain when you can cover twice the ground in half the time sitting  at your computer utilizing social media?  This … [Read more...]

Is This Snoqualmie or Florida?

Have you stepped outside today?  If not make sure you do so you can tell all your friends what the muggiest day ever in Snoqualmie felt like.  For that matter, even what it smelled like.  Humidity does have its … [Read more...]

Historic Snoqualmie Improvement Project Nearing End of First Phase

If you've driven through downtown Snoqualmie lately, renovation progress is evident.  I drive through 8 times per day in my "mom taxi" so I've had a front row seat to each step of the remodel....  sometimes … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ridge Community-Wide Garage Sale Starts Today

If you love scouring garage sales for deals and hidden treasures, this weekend is your dream come true.  It's the annual community-wide Snoqualmie Ridge Garage Sale Weekend. If you live on Snoqualmie Ridge … [Read more...]

Community Center/YMCA Meeting Update – Programming Focus

The big focus of next Tuesday's Community Center/YMCA public input meeting will be future adult, kids and teen programming. From the city's press release: "Based on current design, YMCA of Greater Seattle … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Community Center/YMCA – Last Chance For Public Input

This is it.  Get off those couches and have your voices heard Snoqualmie! The final public meeting regarding basic building design of the new Snoqualmie Community Center/YMCA is next Tuesday, September 28th.  … [Read more...]

Oh, The View From The 12th Hole at the Boeing Classic

So have you seen the view of Snoqualmie Falls from the 12th tee of TPC Snoqualmie Ridge?  I finally have because my husband and I walked the whole course  this week.   I've been to past Boeing Classic … [Read more...]