One Idea Can Sprout Many: Be the Change Poster Design Winner named

A few weeks ago we told you about the contest for budding artists sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network. Well this week they announced the winner of the Be The Change Poster Design Challenge... … [Read more...]

Wind and then maybe Snow as Winter Weather Advisory Issued

[Article by Mark Davis of www.northbendweather.com] Just when we may have been thinking we were out of the woods for some snow In the Valley - after hitting almost 60° about 8 days ago, - we now have a … [Read more...]

Duvall’s Year Long Housing Development Moratorium to End

On February 22, 2018 the City of Duvall’s year-long residential development moratorium will be over. Duvall has been in moratorium since February of 2017, when the city council approved a 60-day emergency … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Safeway to temporarily close main driveway for repairs next week

Safeway is warning customers of its Snoqualmie Ridge store that beginning on Monday, February 19th through Wednesday, February 21st, the main driveway into Safeway from Douglas Street will temporarily close for … [Read more...]

Council approves contract for controversial HAWK signal at Fisher Ave & Snoqualmie Parkway

It was contentious city council meeting Monday night as numerous residents filled Snoqualmie City Council Chambers as the council prepared to vote on a resolution to award a contract to install a HAWK … [Read more...]

Updated election results show Snoqualmie Valley Schools levies now passing

UPDATE | February 14th, 4:15PM With King County's first election result update, the two Snoqualmie Valley School District levies that were narrowly being defeated on election night had reversed course and … [Read more...]

Mount Si Cheer nails it at National Championships: wins bronze medal and places 2nd in World Competition

Over the weekend, Mount Si High School Cheer had its best result ever at the Universal Cheerleading Association's (UCA) National High School Cheerleading Championships on Orlando, Florida. Because it placed … [Read more...]

Conditional Use Permit approved for new special needs group home in Snoqualmie

Last week a Hearing Examiner approved a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) allowing Life Enrichment Options (LEO) Homes to build a new special needs group home on 384th Ave SE near SE 86th PL in downtown … [Read more...]

Popular Day of with Thomas tickets on sale now, Snoqualmie Valley resident discount offered

It's that time of year again. It may still be winter, but if you want to secure a good train ride for the annual Day out with Thomas event when Thomas the Tank Engine makes his Snoqualmie Valley stop this … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Ridge IGA closing: liquidating, evaluating ‘opportunity to bring a different kind of business’

Rumors have been circulating via social media all week: the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA was closing...no, just the meat department is closing... no, they're just closing to remodel. On February 9, 2018 the Ridge … [Read more...]

National Signing Day | Seven Mount Si student athletes honored, commit to play college sports next year

Across the United States, February 7th was National Signing Day for high school seniors who signed commitment letters to play collegiate athletics. Early Wednesday, Mount Si High School held its ceremony to … [Read more...]

SWINGIN’ FOR SHELTER: Learn to swing dance, help homeless in the Snoqualmie Valley

Feel like doing a little dancing this weekend? Well, here's your chance. The whole community is invited! The Mount Si Band Program is holding its 2nd annual “Swingin’ for Shelter” swing dance event benefitting … [Read more...]

Si View Parks secures big grant to restore Tollgate Farmhouse interior, transform into Community Space

The iconic Tollgate Farmhouse is one step closer to a complete makeover that will transform it into a community space for the Snoqualmie Valley community to enjoy. Two years ago, a $150,000 grant from the … [Read more...]

Head-on, fatal accident closes SR 18 over Tiger Mt. for hours Monday night

On Monday evening, February 5, 2018, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said a serious accident had both directions of SR 18 blocked just east of Issaquah-Hobart near milepost 20. The … [Read more...]

Mystery solved: Is that a BIGFOOT trap at Meadowbrook Farm?

[Article by contributing writer Melissa Grant, owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] Ha! Made you look. Everyone enjoyed my Bigfoot article so much I thought I’d use that enjoyment to get our Upper … [Read more...]