Tollgate Farmhouse: from dilapidated to the color of the sun; community invited to Grand Opening Celebration

What a difference a year makes. That's just about how long it has been since Si View Metro Parks received a $150,000 grant through King County Saving Landmarks program and began exterior preservation work on … [Read more...]

Bids to build new Mount Si High School come in high, board approves nearly $6 million of additional funding

After roughly two years of committee, design, planning and site work, the Snoqualmie Valley School Board unanimously passed a motion at its March 9th meeting, instructing the superintendent to sign a contract … [Read more...]

Bob Jeans announces will seek 4th city council term

Snoqualmie City council member and current Mayor Pro-tem, Bob Jeans, announced his intention this week to seek his fourth council term. He has served as Mayor Pro-tem his past two years. Jeans said there are … [Read more...]

2017 Educators of the Year announced by Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017 the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation announced its 2017 Educators of the Year recipients. They were surprised at their schools with flowers and balloons. Each educator was … [Read more...]

‘Yup We’re Here’ | Beloved North Bend landscape business changes ownership, renamed

[Article co-authored with Melissa Grant] Little did Fred and Tammy Seeman know a trip to the Northwest in 2001 to visit Fred’s Stepmom would lead to 16 years in the little Snoqualmie Valley town of North Bend, … [Read more...]

Letter | One Client’s story: glimpse into why Snoqualmie Valley Shelter is committed to their program

The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter is sharing a letter from a current shelter resident reflects. Shelter Director Jennifer Kirk said the letter perfectly reflects the reason why they continue to work so hard … [Read more...]

Get Plugged in: Fall City Community Information Event happens this weekend

The Fall City Community Association and the Fall City Library will host a FREE community engagement and informational event on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 11AM - 2PM. All Fall City residents are invited to … [Read more...]

From North Bend to the Middle East: internship takes high school student across the Jordan Trail

15-year old North Bend resident and Eastside Catholic HS sophomore, Jack Mandelkorn, recently spent his mid-winter break far from the Snoqualmie Valley... in the Middle East after an invitation to intern for … [Read more...]

Tinkham Road: captures Snoqualmie Valley history with unique musical sound, records debut album

What is Tinkham Road you ask? No, it's not something you drive on - it's a diverse band made up of musicians from the Snoqualmie Valley... and they specialize in music that captures the history of the Valley, … [Read more...]

As developer eyes Snoqualmie for new hotel, city council to hear public testimony March 13th

[This article has been updated to reflect the motions of the Snoqualmie Planning commission, as reflected in their February 9th meeting minutes.]  The City of Snoqualmie will hold another public hearing … [Read more...]

Attempted burglary: man ‘forcibly’ enters Snoqualmie home, flees

The Snoqualmie Police Department said Sunday morning, March 5, at 4:40AM officers responded to the 8000 block of SE Douglas Ave in Snoqualmie where an unknown male had forcibly entered a residence. According … [Read more...]

Crews battle car fire at I-90/SR 18 interchange, recently-approved tax funds ‘making a difference’

It only took two months after a November public safety levy passed for the Snoqualmie Fire Department to hire a new firefighter, a position paid for by additional property tax funds approved by that levy. In … [Read more...]

DNR breaks ground on new Mt. Teneriffe trailhead, parking lot; addresses residents’ concerns over Mt. Si Road safety

It's been about a year since the Department of Natural Resources f(DNR) announced plans to build a new trailhead and parking lot off Mt. Si Road - and after multiple meetings with area residents, which included … [Read more...]

Twin Falls Middle School student spends week in the Washington State Senate

Nina Horn, an eighth-grade student at Twin Falls Middle School in North Bend, recently spent a week at the Capitol working as a page for the Washington State Senate. Nina was one of 27 students who served as … [Read more...]

Popular ‘Day out with Thomas’ tickets on sale March 6th, discount offered to Snoqualmie Valley residents

All aboard! Thomas the Tank Engine invites little engineers to join him for a day of friendship and family fun at Day Out with Thomas: The Friendship Tour 2017, with tickets on sale March 6th. Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]