Three Snoqualmie Valley Schools earn top state achievement award

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced this week that three of its schools were named among the State’s highest performing schools, earning each a 2016 Washington Achievement Award from the Office of … [Read more...]

Carnation Farmers Markets readies to Open for 2017 season

It's that time of year again - even if it doesn't feel like it thanks to Mother Nature's insistence on keep in cool, raining and gray. Local farmers markets are starting to reopen, showcasing the farmers of … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie offers Safe Drug Disposal for National Drug Take Back Day, April 29th

The Snoqualmie Police Department will participate in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 29th, 10 am-2 pm at the Snoqualmie Fire Station located at 37600 SE … [Read more...]

Video | Newborn bear cubs stuck on a tree top – Momma bear to the rescue

Kathy Barron and her husband were walking the trail between Fall City and lower Snoqualmie Falls Park Friday evening, April 21, 2017, when they stumbled upon something they hadn't seen before - tiny bear … [Read more...]

Relax and enjoy the Valley Views – Moms Get A Free Train Ride on Mother’s Day Weekend

Looking for something local and fun to do with mom this Mother's Day?  How about riding our famous train? Celebrate mom this Mother’s Day with a scenic train excursion through our beautiful Cascade … [Read more...]

A Chance to Govern the Snoqualmie Valley School District: Two Board seats up for Election, filing date looms

Do you have an interest in our local schools? Shaping education policy, the direction and standards of the district? If so there are two positions up for election on the Snoqualmie Valley School Board in the … [Read more...]

First of its kind in Washington: Encompass new Mobile Therapy Unit hits the streets in May

Encompass announced some great news (via press release) earlier this month, which is going to help a lot of families served by the Snoqualmie Valley non-profit dedicated to kids and families. The brand-new … [Read more...]

LEARN: Innovative Suicide Prevention Workshop back at Mount Si High School, April 20th

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, more than 42,000 Americans die each year by suicide - one death approximately every 13 minutes - making it the 10th leading cause of death in the … [Read more...]

Legacy of community partnership, preservation: Meadowbrook Farm Park turns 20 with a BIG Party

Snoqualmie Valley history runs deep at Meadowbrook Farm. Keeping that history alive and promoting stewardship of the beautiful prairie land that once was a tribal home, hunting ground, a farming center takes a … [Read more...]

North Bend Rallies Community Support in Celebrating Twin Peaks season 3 premiere

Locals and tourist alike are counting down the days until the new season of Twin Peaks finally premieres on TV... and North Bend is throwing a special party. It’s a place both wonderful and strange. … [Read more...]

Bring on the Eggs! LOTS of Easter Egg Hunts on tap this Weekend

Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie are putting on some egg hunts for the kids this weekend! Kids can search for thousands of candy-filled eggs around the Snoqualmie Valley - and visit with the Easter … [Read more...]

Theatre Black Dog brings popular, classic ‘Our Town’ to Sallal Grange stage

The Black Dog Arts Coalition in association with Sallal Grange presents Theatre Black Dog’s Production of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Classic, Our Town, April 14th- April 30th at the Sallal Grange … [Read more...]

Tragic accident takes life of logger deep in Snoqualmie Tree Farm

April 11 at approximately 2PM, the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to reports of a seriously injured logging worker about 26 miles deep into the Snoqualmie Tree Farm, which encompasses 90,000 acres … [Read more...]

“It takes a village to protect children”; FBI chooses Snoqualmie for important child abduction training

FBI’s National Child Abduction Rapid Deployment (CARD) Team has been traveling the country doing child abduction trainings. Washington was the 11th state for the in-class and field-training designed to help … [Read more...]

Isolated Lake Alice community offered upcoming emergency training

The extensive wildfires in western Washington that accompanied severe droughts in 2014 and 2015 raised rural King County residents’ concerns that wildfire could overtake their communities. Members of the … [Read more...]