Eight Years in the Making, Snoqualmie’s Newest Athletic Complex, Jeanne Hansen Park, Opens Saturday


After drawing over 1,000 residents to Snoqualmie Community Park last Thursday night to watch Frozen on a gigantic, outdoor 40 foot movie screen, the City of Snoqualmie Parks Department is preparing to cut the … [Read more...]

Wildlife Sightings: Well, Hello Mr. Bear and Mr. Cougar


Bear Visit on Snoqualmie Ridge Half of my family got an up close look at a 200 - 300 pound (estimated) black bear early Thursday morning, August 28, 2014. At 4AM there was thud.  When the curtains to the back … [Read more...]

Op-Ed: District Lacking Transparency for Critical Middle School Math Placements, Can Cost Kids Future Options

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UPDATE | AUGUST 27, 2014 On Tuesday, August 26th, according to a school-wide email, the Twin Falls Middle School Administration temporarily disabled the school's online schedule as they "review math … [Read more...]

Gigantic Bike Festival Heading to Snoqualmie this Weekend; Riders, Campers, Live Music


If you notice lots of bikers heading through the Valley, zipping through the streets of downtown Snoqualmie, the sounds of live music AND multiple pop up tents at Centennial Fields this weekend, August … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley First School District in Washington to Use ‘Bus Bulletin’ Service


The Snoqualmie Valley School District Transportation Department is offering a new service for the 2014-15 school year, a service designed to give parents some piece of mind when their child's bus is running … [Read more...]

FREE Car Wash Day as Brown Bear Celebrates Anniversary


If your car's a little dirty and you're near a Brown Bear Car Wash, then Thursday, August 21st is your lucky day, as Brown Bear is giving away FREE car washes all day long as they celebrate their 57th … [Read more...]

‘We Need a Bathroom!’ Working to Bring Permanent Toilets to Shores of Snoqualmie River in Fall City

Floaters on the Snoqualmie River near Fall City. Photo; Screenshot fundraiser video.

There's one thing that's missing along the Snoqualmie River near Fall City for the thousands of floaters and fishers who visit each year.... a permanent place to "relieve yourself." Instead of the Fall City … [Read more...]

Daughter Love to Sing? Snoqualmie Valley Girls Choir Hosts ‘Meet & Greet,’ Informational Picnic


The Snoqualmie Valley Girls' Choir begins their 11th season with a summer picnic, Tuesday, August 19, 2014, introducing new director, Julie Parsons. Girls in grades 4-12 who are interested in joining for the … [Read more...]

Work Starts near North Bend Outlet Mall for Possible New Hotel; Construction Closes Snoqualmie Street for Six Weeks


Work continues in downtown Snoqualmie on a big remodeling project that will bring infrastructure improvements and a new boardwalk adjacent the historic railroad tracks.  For six weeks the work will close two … [Read more...]

Seahawks ‘Rumble at the Ridge’ Kicks off Boeing Classic Week, Monday August 18th


No rest for the weary. Right as Railroad Days wraps up a busy weekend in downtown Snoqualmie, Boeing Classic week ramps up on Snoqualmie Ridge. And.. how do you know Boeing Classic week has begun at TPC … [Read more...]