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...]

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...]

When it Comes to School Bond Planning, Maybe Leaders Should Look to Latest Election Results for Guidance?

The Snoqualmie Valley School District had a 4-way school board primary on August 6th.  Approximately 25% of registered voters mailed in their ballots - about equal to the 2009 SVSD school board primary … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: Traveling with your Pet

In her latest post, guest columnist and pet trainer, Melissa Grant, at Le Chic Pet in Issaquah talks traveling with your pet – by air or car – with some great tips for your big adventure. Summer vacation … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: 5 of the Most Rare or Unusual Dog Breeds

In her latest post, guest columnist and pet trainer, Melissa Grant, at Le Chic Pet in Issaquah introduces readers to some of the most unusual dog breeds to be found at local dog parks. When you go to your … [Read more...]

School Board Zeroes in on Future Bond, Agrees to Focus on Option A

SVSD school board members have specific thoughts and opinions when it comes to three possible future bond options, and they got a chance share their thoughts and  examine recent bond focus group results during … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Forms New Drumline; Fundraising Effort Needs Two More Drums to Complete the Line

Can you help?  Mount Si Music Boosters have been actively fundraising since school let out in early June.  They are trying to help newly hired MSHS band director, Matt Wenman, launch his drumline, something to … [Read more...]

First Snoqualmie Valley Teacher Honored with Naming of Thompson Avenue, a Short Hop from Today’s Cascade View Elementary

When Snoqualmie Ridge developed over 15 years ago, great thought went into the naming of its streets.  City officials wanted those new streets to have historical meaning.  To accomplish that, the help of Dave … [Read more...]

Halloween Anyone? Night on a Dark Trail Holding Song Writing Contest with Cash Prize!

Night on a Dark Trail is gearing up for its third annual Snoqualmie Valley Halloween community event, incorporating local acting and musical talent (and multitudes of volunteers) for the 2013 interactive … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: All about Dog Food – History and Pros and Cons of Kibble, Canned, Dehydrated and Raw

In her bi-weekly guest column, LeChic Pet Trainer, Melissa Grant, runs down the history of dog food and helps you understand which type might be best for your furry friend - as well as your family. The first … [Read more...]

A Father’s Day Surprise, Do You Know this Father and Son? Help a Photographer Find Them

** JUNE 17, 2013 UPDATE:  Thanks to everyone for their help in getting Manju and Walt in touch.  The two exchanged emails yesterday and it was reported the Walt was "over the moon" after looking at the … [Read more...]

Favorite Valley Handyman Retiring, Hanging up the Toolbelt and Removed from “The List”

It's not everyday a business owner tells you they have "too much business," but that's exactly what has happened to my favorite handyman listed on the Living Snoqualmie recommended contractor page. I met … [Read more...]

Junior Wildcat Football Summer Camps, Space Still Available; 2013 Season Registration Deadline Approaching

School is out June 11th in the Snoqualmie Valley.  Do you have all your kids' summer activities and camps lined up to help avoid that dreaded summer kid phrase:  I'm bored? If football in an interest, here's … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Elementary School Special Education Teacher Honored as June Teacher of the Month

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid named Snoqualmie Elementary School Special Education teacher, Ruth Edwards, its Teacher of the Month for June 2013. Here is Ruth's nomination letter, which recognizes all of … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: How to Have a Dog People Will Want to Pet Sit

Have a dog?  Planning a summer vacation and need someone else to watch him or her while you're gone?  In her latest guest column, Le Chic Pet Trainer, Melissa Grant, gives you helpful tips for a pet that … [Read more...]

Popular Snoqualmie Pet Sitter Loses Thousands in Car Break-in, Client Steps in to Help

Jenny Mathison, popular Snoqualmie pet sitter and owner of Jenny’s Animal Care, had her car burglarized last week.  It was supposed to be a regular outing to Rattlesnake Lake.  Instead, her car window was … [Read more...]

Boxley’s presents Valley Center Stage Annual Fundraiser, Murder Mystery Game Show Dinner – Tonight and Tomorrow

Boxley’s in North Bend presents Valley Center Stage’s annual fundraiser; an interactive murder mystery dinner theater, featuring the Valley Center Stage performers accompanied by Danny Kolke. Tonight, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: Top Ten Reasons why Senior Dogs are better!

This is the latest guest column from Melissa Grant, dog trainer for LeChic Pet in Issaquah.  It's a cute post, advocating for senior dogs just waiting to be adopted in area shelters.  There really are great … [Read more...]

Be a Part of Valley Photography History, Fill the Heart at Centennial Fields May 19th

North Bend photographer, Mary Miller, is on a mission... a mission to connect people, capturing community spirit forever in pictures. You may have seen the picture last year. Hundreds of  Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

Anytime Fitness Transforms from Ridge Fitness, Becomes First 24-hour Workout Facility in Snoqualmie Valley

No longer do gym members just walk in the door to Anytime Fitness (formerly Ridge Fitness) on Snoqualmie Ridge and check in at the front desk. There is no front desk.  Instead, 24-hours a day, a key-card swipe … [Read more...]

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