Letter: November 30th, Small Business Saturday!

Shop smart and support small businesses on November 30th.  Small Business Saturday started in 2010 and was later recognized by U.S. Senate in 2011. The once little known campaign has become a movement that … [Read more...]

Community Events Not to Miss This Week: Local Holiday Marketplace, Fiddler on the Roof, ‘House of Hope’ Fundraiser

Snoqualmie Valley Merchants Unite to Promote Holiday Theme of Living and Giving Local, November 20th Tis the season to sip, savor, share and shop where we live; and Snoqualmie Valley merchants are making it … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Apartment Complex Ready by Spring, Defines ‘Market-rate’ Pricing

What exactly does 'market-rate' mean when it comes to apartment homes in Snoqualmie?  When it was announced earlier this year that a new apartment development was coming to Snoqualmie Ridge, the term was often … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football Knocked out of Playoffs by O’Dea, Ends Strong Season with 9-2 Record

It won't be a repeat of the 2012 season with a return trip to the Tacoma Dome for the  High School State Championships, but it was a successful, winning 2013 season for Coach Charlie Kinnune's Wildcat Football … [Read more...]

First Significant Snow Storm of Season Hits Snoqualmie Pass, Enough to Open Slopes?

Just as weather forecasters predicted, cold air and stormy conditions are creeping into the area this afternoon, November 15, 2013, bringing the first significant snow of the season to Snoqualmie Pass. Don't … [Read more...]

Ben’s Breakdown: Football Playoffs Pit #5 Mount Si vs. #2 O’Dea

Ben Evensen is a Mount Si High School senior and an aspiring sportswriter.  Look for his game analysis before each Mount Si football game throughout the 2013 season. To follow Mount Si Football visit their … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets 101: Comparing and Contrasting Cat vs. Dog Pet Parenthood

In her latest column, pet trainer for LeChic Pet and North Bend resident, Melissa Grant, helps would-be pet owners compare the differences between being a dog or a cat parent - in an effort to help you decide … [Read more...]

Crazy Traffic Morning: SR 18 Closed at I-90 for Accident Involving Semi, North Bend Way Closed for Accident

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Traffic twitter feed, at 7AM, November 12, 2013, SR 18 was closed at I-90 due to an accident blocking all lanes of traffic at the Tiger … [Read more...]

Letter: Classified Union, School District Contract Negotiation Update

The Public School Employees (PSE) Union bargaining team met with the School District’s bargaining team during the evening of October 30th. The session was overseen by the Public Employees Relation Commission … [Read more...]

Power Outage hits Parts of Snoqualmie Ridge, PSE Works to Restore Quickly

Power went out to areas of Snoqualmie Ridge around 8:30PM, November 11, 2013. The outage didn't appear to be widespread, even with the gusty winds in the area since early morning. Affected homeowners … [Read more...]

Gap Winds Predicted to Bring Breezy, Gusty Day to Foothills; Just a Normal Fall Day in the Valley

Today, Monday, November 11, 2013, will bring breezy and possible gusty conditions to the Snoqualmie Valley.  In fact, it's one of those days when if you leave the Valley and head west, you'll wonder if you left … [Read more...]

Ben’s Breakdown: Mount Si Football Starts Postseason Play Today at Oak Harbor

Ben Evensen is a Mount Si High School senior and an aspiring sportswriter.  Look for his game analysis before each Mount Si football game throughout the 2013 season. To follow Mount Si Football visit their … [Read more...]

Reports of Military Aircraft ‘Buzzing’ Rattlesnake Lake, Residents Startled; How Low Can they Actually Go?

It happened around 2PM on Monday, November 4, 2013, in the skies over North Bend.  What appeared to by a large, military aircraft, was seen flying low over Rattlesnake Lake and the Wilderness Rim neighborhood, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Early Election Results: Larson, Munden and Busby Leading

King County Elections counted a few more ballots on November 6th  and added them to the November 5th election results. On election night, about 25% of ballots had been returned county-wide, with the King County … [Read more...]

New North Bend Bartell Drugs Opens Friday, with Familiar Snoqualmie Pharmacist

Snoqualmie Valley residents will soon have one more shopping option; no longer making Issaquah the closest place to find a local drug store. And if you're a resident who misses the staff of the recently … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie area AT&T Service Disrupted by Saturday Storm, Could be Monday for Fix

Are you an AT&T customer in Snoqualmie and wondering why you are experiencing disruption in  your cell service?  Blame it on the wind. Late last night, November 2, 2013, a Living Snoqualmie reader … [Read more...]

Mount Si Volleyball Upsets Mercer Island, Wins KingCo 3A Tournament Championship!

In a shocking upset, Mount Si Volleyball won the KingCo 3A League Tournament Championships Saturday, November 2, 2013. In a close 5-game match, the Lady Wildcats knocked off rival and #2 state-ranked, Mercer … [Read more...]

Strong Fall Storm Moves in; North Bend Records 68mph Gust, Snow Predicted at Snoqualmie Pass Sunday

Update, 11/2/2013, 4PM: North Bend recorded a wind gust of 68mph and downtown Snoqualmie, at Mount Si HS, 48mph.  Tops of trees were breaking on Snoqualmie Ridge. There was a sidewalk tree down on SE … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets 101: 20 Interesting Facts about Dogs

Think you know everything there is to know about dogs?  Pet trainer for LeChic Pet and North Bend resident, Melissa Grant, debunks some myths and shares some lots of little-known facts and tid-bits about our … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Ski Swap Back, Saturday, November 2nd

It's Ski Swap time! Looking east at the mountains and hoping for snow?  Ready to ski, snowboard?  If so, the annual Snoqualmie Valley Ski Swap is ready to help supply all the gear your family needs to make … [Read more...]