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Must See Holiday Home! North Bend Residence Creates Musical Light Show; See the Singing Reindeer, Drop off Food Bank Donations

For those who love holiday light displays, this might be considered a 'MUST SEE' home in the Snoqualmie Valley... complete with a singing reindeer, dancing lights -  LOTS of … [Read More...]

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LETTER | Muir Street Being Used as Speedway, Time for Speed Limit Signs

Dear Community Members, I would like to call out an issue with vehicular velocity on Muir St between Fairway and Douglas (Snoqualmie Ridge). I also want to give kudos to those who deserve them from the City of … [Continue Reading...]

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Holiday Lights Winners Announced, Complete with Musical Light Show and Frozen

The results of the 2014 Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest were released on December 15th. In all, ten Snoqualmie homeowners entered the competition and were evaluated on creativity, originality, thematic elements … [Continue Reading...]

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Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Gets Two Big Endorsements

City of Snoqualmie Endorses SVSD School Bond The Snoqualmie Valley School District received two big endorsements this week for its upcoming February 10th school bond, which if passed  would rebuild and enlarge Mount Si High … [Read More...]

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Editorial | Grinchy Battle with the Holiday Lights Uncovers the Truth of our Tree

I love Christmas lights. I love Christmas Trees. I am neither great, nor patient, when it comes to putting them up. A bit of the Grinch radiates through me each year when I fight with our lights. The truth is, other people … [Read More...]

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High Wind Warning Issued | Morning Power Outage Reported on Snoqualmie Ridge

Puget Sound Energy reported at 9AM, December 11, 2014, that 721 customers were without power on Snoqualmie Ridge. Luckily, PSE restored power quickly. Tanner Electric also reported scattered outages in North Bend Thursday … [Read More...]

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Footloose | Mount Si Drama Premieres Iconic, Teen Dance Drama this Thursday!

For the past few months, over 70 Mount Si High School students have been working long hours to remember lines, learn dances, build sets, practice music, and keep up with school work - all so they can present Footloose!  The … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie Falls, December 2014. Photo by Don Detrick.

Snoqualmie Named ‘Best City for Young Families’ in Washington

Many residents aren't shy about saying the Snoqualmie Valley is a great place to live. Since the early 1990's, with the addition of new home developments across the Valley, the area has been drawing young families looking … [Read More...]


Fido Wrapped up with a Bow on Top | The Do’s and Don’ts of Giving a Pet as a Holiday Gift

In her latest column, North Bend resident, pet trainer at Le Chic Pet, Melissa Grant, offers up some great advice regarding giving a pet as a holiday gift.  Yes, such a present can create great memories, but it is still a … [Read More...]

Suspect serial burglar, Jacob Wirachowsky, featured on Washington's Most Wanted on 11/27/14.

Residents say Wanted Serial Burglar Suspected in Fall City Break-in; Multiple Break-ins Reported in Past Month

According to Helene Wentink, Spring Glen Homeowners Association Board Member in Fall City, her neighborhood has experienced "three confirmed and fully-reported break-ins" in the last month between the Spring Glen neighborhood … [Read More...]


School Bond Campaign Kick-off | Chance to Learn More, Tour Mount Si High School

With just about two months until Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Proposition 1 hits the February 10, 2015 ballot, Snoqualmie Valley Citizens for Schools (non-profit organization promoting schools in the Valley) is gearing up … [Read More...]

Future boardwalk and parking area adjacent the Snoqualmie Railroad Depot on Railroad Ave

As ‘Evening Magazine’ and Big Holiday Events Head to Town, Parking Situation Improves in downtown Snoqualmie

It's been a long four months for some downtown Snoqualmie businesses, as a city infrastructure improvement project brought more construction to Railroad Ave, along with lane closures and disappearing street parking spots. But … [Read More...]

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Police Blotter | Arson at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, Outlet Mall Thefts, Vehicle Prowl on Ridge

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of November 22, 2014. Many times, police work doesn't involve sirens and lights - and sometimes, callers … [Read More...]

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Ice Climber Suffers Serious Injuries after Long Fall near Snoqualmie Pass, Source Lake Area

Search and Rescue teams from Seattle Mountain Rescue, the Ski Patrol Rescue Team (SPART) and King County Explorer Search and Rescue responded to the Source Lake area near Snoqualmie Pass, Wednesday evening, December 3, 2014, … [Read More...]

2013 Snoqualmie Holiday Lights contest winner, 36325 SE Woody Creek Lane

Annual Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest Deadline Just Days Away

Ready to go a little bit Christmas Vacation and Clark Griswold on your house this holiday season? It was such a hit in its first year that the City of Snoqualmie Parks & Recreation Department and the Snoqualmie Ridge … [Read More...]

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