Snoqualmie Mayor seeking 4th term, says experience vital as city council could turnover by five members

During the February 13th City Council meeting, Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson announced that he plans to seek a 4th term in the November 2017 general election. He listed a number of issues that influenced the … [Read more...]

‘Color me Mine,’ new pottery painting studio opens in Snoqualmie this weekend

Back in November we told you about a new business coming to Snoqualmie... Color me Mine, a pottery painting studio. In recent weeks, lots has been happening inside the studio's new home on Center Blvd in the … [Read more...]

Carjacking leads to Serious Accident in North Bend, two arrested

Multiple residents reported a serious accident in North Bend on February 15, 2017 - one that closed North Bend Way near SE 140th for approximately an hour. Wednesday evening, the City of Snoqualmie reported … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie YMCA ready to expand, add pool: out of space to meet all community needs

Tick tock. Different year. Same conversation. At least when it comes to expansion plans for the busy and often packed Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. But this time a bond may materialize. At the February 9th … [Read more...]

Mount Si Cheer places 8th at National Championships

UPDATE | February 12th, 7:30PM Mount Si Cheer [red squad] placed 8th in the final round of the UCA  High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, FL Congratulations!   ORIGINAL … [Read more...]

In uncommon daylight attack, family goat killed in Snoqualmie

It was just a normal Tuesday evening - except for nearly a foot of snow on the ground - when Tina Laguna pulled up to her home in the Tokul Road area of Snoqualmie. It was around 5:30PM and still light out.  In … [Read more...]

Dinner & Music: ‘Small but mighty’ Snoqualmie Valley Girls Choir perform at local restaurants, February 11th

Have you heard of the Snoqualmie Valley Girls Choir? Founded in 2004, SVGC has been filling the Valley with song for over a decade. Founders say the choir focuses on a high quality musicianship and … [Read more...]

Developer proposes 800-unit retirement community in Snoqualmie, large land annexation needed

At the February 9, 2017 Snoqualmie City Council Retreat, a local real estate development group, Snoqualmie Heights Master Plan, LLC, announced their plans to bring an planned 'active-adult' retirement community … [Read more...]

City sells historic downtown building: Snoqualmie Valley Chamber relocates, hires familiar face

The City of Snoqualmie is closing its visitor center in the historic brick building at the corner of River Street and Falls Ave - and with that comes some changes for the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | goats on the lamb; teens on the egging; asleep in the bushes; ‘appears to be the work of the wind’

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two … [Read more...]

Snow Day Encore! District explains decision to close schools February 7th

UPDATE |  February 7th, 5:40PM Many people were asking what drove the seemingly last minute change regarding the status of SVSD schools on Tuesday, February 7th - from a two-hour delay to a full closure … [Read more...]

National Signing Day, eight Mount Si seniors ready to become college student athletes

On Wednesday, February 1, 2017, Mount Si High School held its annual 'National Signing Day' event for seniors who have signed letters of intent to play various college sports across the country next year. This … [Read more...]

Morning snow, freezing rain cause icy roads: SVSD buses slide into each other, several collisions on I-90

Snow, ice and sleet greeted drivers Friday morning, February 3, 2017 as they headed out for the day. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Snoqualmie Valley area around 6AM, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Sister City Association welcomes Peruvian Exchange students

The Snoqualmie Sister City Association (SCCA) was busy in 2016 and says it will be even busier in 2017. According to a recent press release, the SCCA seeks to promote what former President Dwight Eisenhower … [Read more...]

High Wind Warning Thursday; chance of snow, freezing rain Friday morning

The National Weather Service (NWS) extended a High Wind Warning for Cascade foothill areas until 12AM, February 3rd, saying  the pressure gradients that cause gap wind events (low pressure off shore and high … [Read more...]