District takes important step to bring foreign language to middle schools, move hinges on key element

Over the past couple of years, Snoqualmie Valley School District 'Thoughtstream' online parent survey results have shown a strong desire to bring world languages to SVSD middle schools.  In fact, it is a move … [Read more...]

What’s a ‘March of the Vegetables?’ Savor Snoqualmie Valley was hoping you’d ask

What, you say, is a March of the Vegetables?  It's a question Savor Snoqualmie Valley hoped community members might ask. A little bit of background info: Savor Snoqualmie Valley is a new, cooperative effort … [Read more...]

Letter | Snoqualmie Valley Soccer Needs You! Ready for new season, volunteer positions open

Dear Members of the Snoqualmie Valley Community, Do you love kids?  Do you love soccer?  We have both and we need YOU … grab your best friend!  The more the merrier.  Come join us.  It is not required to have … [Read more...]

Local student, boy scout conducts Eagle Project to help homeless youth through YouthCare

Snoqualmie resident and Mount Si High School senior,Nick Heinke, has been a Boy Scout for 13 years and is currently a member of Snoqualmie Troop 115. As he works his way toward Eagle rank, he must choose and … [Read more...]

Startup Success: North Bend small business celebrates second anniversary, growth fueled by community support

Two years has flown by for North Bend business BasePoint Fitness - two years that have been filled with growth and community support. BasePoint opened in January 2015 in an inconspicuous building on W. North … [Read more...]

Want to see a Dick’s Drive In on the Eastside? Then Vote by March 24th

California has In & Out. New York has Shake Shack. Seattle has Dick's Drive In. And if you want to see a Dick's Drive In closer to the Snoqualmie Valley, here's your chance to have a say. Just like when … [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...]

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...]

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...]

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...]

Snoqualmie Valley Schools on two-hour late start, February 28th

After surprise, heavy snow Monday evening, the Snoqualmie Valley School District said schools will open late, Tuesday, February 28, 2017, with buses on snow (i.e. limited transportation) routes. According to … [Read more...]

Heavy surprise snow closes Snoqualmie Parkway Mondy evening, brings traffic to halt

UPDATE | FEBRUARY 27TH, 8:30PM Snoqualmie Parkway is open now in both directions between I-90 and SR 202. Snow plows continue to work and police officers are directing traffic. WB SR 18 is closed to clear … [Read more...]