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‘Absolute Miracle she’s Alive’ after falling tree crushes Snoqualmie woman’s car on I-90

Thanksgiving has a whole new meaning to one local young woman. One week ago it was just a few inches that saved her life - and spared her family from tragedy. On November 13th … [Read More...]

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Snoqualmie Tribe, YMCA Partner for Native American Heritage Month with interactive exhibit

As part of November’s Native American Heritage Month, the Snoqualmie Tribe and the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA have worked together to share information about the Tribe’s heritage and language hosted at the Snoqualmie … [Continue Reading...]

Tree Lighting Festival, Holly Jolly Downtown kick off holiday season in Snoqualmie, November 25th

Thanksgiving is almost here. Lights are starting to go up on homes. It's beginning to feel a bit like Christmas, which means an annual Snoqualmie holiday tradition - complete with thousands of twinkling lights -  is … [Continue Reading...]

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Police Blotter | Unlawful poop tossing; stranded at the Falls; bonfire approach; sneaker thief

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie in late October: SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | MELROSE LN, Snoqualmie On October 28th around 9PM two callers reported … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie Tribe awards $10,000 grant for Encompass Mobile Therapy Unit

On October 9th, Encompass received a grant of $10,000 from the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to support the Encompass Mobile Therapy Unit (MTU), a 24-foot van outfitted to bring high-tech pediatric and family therapy to underserved … [Read More...]

School Board approves maximum levy for February ballot; legislators say will not support

Even with an estimated $20 million in new education funding from the state legislature's 'Mc'Cleary Plan' - which includes a hefty tax increase set to hit Washington State property owners on January 1st 2018 - the Snoqualmie … [Read More...]

November Election results: One council race still close; school board will have two new faces

King County Elections provided another update for the November 7th general election, adding more tallied ballots to the results. With an ever-shrinking percentage of ballots left to count, most city incumbents still hold … [Read More...]

How to help passionate community members provide 250 Thanksgiving food baskets to local families in need

Sometimes all it takes is an idea - and some passionate people - for community spirit and generosity to shine, as evidenced by one long-standing, local Thanksgiving "Give Thanks" tradition. This year marks the 7th year of a … [Read More...]

Have ‘Coffee with a Cop’ this week; chance to share concerns, conversation with local police officers

Have questions for our local police officers? Here's a chance to ask them. The City of Snoqualmie announced this Friday, residents will have that opportunity. Discuss concerns or just share a friendly conversation at … [Read More...]

Ready for more Wind, Rain? Fall in full swing as High Wind Warning issued

[Article by North Bend resident Mark Davis who operates www.northbendweather.com] UPDATE |  NOVEMBER 13TH, 8:30AM The National Weather Service changed the Wind Advisory (detailed below) to High Wind Warning, which is in … [Read More...]

Each time you tell their Story: Mount Si Band, Choir honor local veterans with special concert

It's almost Veteran's Day and the Mount Si Band and Choir programs have planed a special evening to honor local military service members and veterans. All students and the general public are invited to a free concert … [Read More...]

After CFO resignation, former Chief Finance Officer appointed to fill interim role

Approximately two weeks after accepting the resignation of its Chief Financial Officer, Nicholas Lee, the Snoqualmie City Council confirmed the appointment of former CFO Rob Orton as interim CFO at a special council meeting … [Read More...]

Latest Election Results: City Incumbents hold most seats, but school board incumbents face defeat

King County Elections tallied thousands more ballots on Thursday, November 9th, but the latest batch of counted ballots didn't do much to change the initial results reported on election night. With a shrinking percentage of … [Read More...]

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