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Cities adopt increased school impact fees for 2018; district looks ahead to seventh elementary school

Snoqualmie and North Bend will be collecting higher impact fees on housing developments in 2018, due to both city council’s adoption of the Snoqualmie Valley… Continue reading

Snoqualmie council approves call for bids for wastewater facility improvements

After a fire damaged the building and equipment in 2015, Snoqualmie’s wastewater reclamation facility has been in need of a new system that would allow… Continue reading

Snoqualmie candidates discuss Tribe-city relationship, environmental concerns at Oct. 17 forum

The Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom was the center of discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 17, as the Snoqualmie Tribe held a forum for candidates in the running… Continue reading

Firefighters rescue Snoqualmie camper stranded by rising river

At 9:30 a.m., on Thursday, Oct. 19, Snoqualmie’s police and fire departments received a call from a man stranded by the Snoqualmie River due to… Continue reading

Mount Si cross country takes a win and a loss against Bothell and Inglemoor

Mount Si High School’s cross country team faced off against Inglemoor and Bothell during their only home meet of the season on Wednesday, Oct. 11,… Continue reading

Woman reports being shot in Snoqualmie Valley Trail robbery; Sheriff’s office believes incident wasn’t random, no threat to the public

A woman claims to have been shot in the hand on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail on Oct. 10, but the King County investigators are not… Continue reading

Mayhew appointed to Snoqualmie’s open City Council seat, Position 4

After multiple rounds of interviews, the Snoqualmie City Council on Oct. 9 chose James Mayhew to fill a vacant seat, at Position 4. Position 4… Continue reading

Snoqualmie’s historic siren is sounding off once again

Recently dedicated in memory of former Snoqualmie mayor and city councilman Charles Peterson, Snoqualmie’s unique siren has been a fixture on top of the Mignone… Continue reading

Carnation teen finds reward in building tiny house for homeless in Seattle

By reaching out to the Low Income Housing Institute, Carnation’s Jarred Flowers was able to use his Eagle award project as a way to help… Continue reading

City candidates take turns in hot seat: Snoqualmie candidates share similar visions for the future, differ on how to get there

Although their proposed pathways to the future may differ, the 12 candidates running for six seats on the Snoqualmie City Council agreed that the city… Continue reading

Snoqualmie sites dedicated to honor former mayor, Charles Peterson

A dedication tour of downtown Snoqualmie on Sunday celebrated the memory of former Snoqualmie Mayor and City Councilman Charles S. Peterson.

Snoqualmie city council approves changes to six-year utilities improvement plan

The city of Snoqualmie’s Utilities Capital Improvement Plan saw some changes on Monday, Sept. 25, after the city council approved ordinances to update the plan… Continue reading

Mount Si football team takes big win over Sedro-Woolley

After a loss to Woodinville, the Mount Si Football team bounced back with a big win on the road against Sedro-Woolley High School on Friday,… Continue reading

Northwest Railway Museum acquires 99-year-old locomotive for 2018 exhibit

Thanks to a donation from the city of Bellingham, The Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie is now the owner of a 99-year-old steam locomotive and… Continue reading

Sister Cities Association board members resign, leaving three vacancies on all-volunteer nonprofit board

The Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association has undergone some recent changes, with three board members resigning from their positions. Members of the board will meet Tuesday,… Continue reading

Mount Si takes second loss of the season against Woodinville

Despite scoring early in the first quarter, the Mount Si Wildcats football team took their second loss of the season Sept. 22 when they played… Continue reading

Echo Glen Children’s Center celebrates 50 years of youth rehab

It’s been 50 years since Echo Glen Children’s Center began operating in the Snoqualmie Valley under the State Department of Social and Health Services as… Continue reading

JazzClubsNW prepares for fresh start with new partner

After losing its partner for food and wine service at the old North Bend Fire Station, the non-profit JazzClubsNW, previously the Boxley Music Fund, has… Continue reading

Snoqualmie company, football coach, team up to empower millions of disabled voters

In order to help the millions of U.S. voters who face challenges due to blindness, illiteracy or other disability, Charlie Kinnune, Mount Si High School’s head football coach, has joined Democracy Live as the outreach director.

Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club shuts down after 70 years

On the year of its 70th anniversary, the Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club is closing its doors and looking for another non-profit organization to donate its… Continue reading