Council Controversy: Deciding if Meadowbrook Way Should Also Be Known as ‘Wildcat Way’

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In April 2013, Mount Si High School ASB member, Kelby Kilburn, went to the City of Snoqualmie Planning Commission requesting that the portion of Meadowbrook Way SE in front of Mount Si be given the honorary … [Read more...]

Brazen Car Theft, SUV Stolen from Inside Snoqualmie Ridge Garage

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Snoqualmie Police Chief Steve McCulley confirmed that a black Cadillac SUV was stolen from inside the garage of a Snoqualmie Ridge home on Thursday, April 10, 2014.  The incident occurred around 8:30PM in the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Asking Residents to Request Governor Inslee Veto Bill, Make Tribes Pay Property Taxes

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UPDATE |  APRIL 9, 2014 According to the Washington State Legislature website, HB 1287 was signed into law by Governor Jay Inslee on April 3, 2014.  The law becomes effective on June 12, … [Read more...]

New Pharmacy Coming to Snoqualmie, Ridge IGA Finds Occupant for Vacant Space

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After Village Pharmacy closed its doors in July 2013, the City of Snoqualmie has been without a place to fill prescriptions within the city limits. The Myers Group, owners of the Ridge (IGA) Supermarket, had … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Listed as ‘Great Place to Live’ by 425 Magazine

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It looks like Snoqualmie has made another list.  For those not wanting others to know how great it is to live in the Snoqualmie Valley, 425 Magazine is another publication letting the proverbial "cat out of the … [Read more...]

First Snoqualmie Skate Park Close to Reality

Space identified for future home of Snoqualmie's first skate park, located in Snoqualmie Community Park on Ridge Street.

The idea of a skate park in Snoqualmie is not a new one.  About ten years ago a group of middle school boys, led by Ryan Simpson, came to the parks board asking for such a park, providing a passionate list of … [Read more...]

More Wildlife Issues on Snoqualmie Ridge: Raccoon Attacks Family Cat in Backyard

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By dropping a large, master planned housing development in the middle of the woods, Washington State Fish and Wildlife officers say you would expect to see wildlife. There have been plenty of wildlife issues … [Read more...]