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Snoqualmie merchant groups await city progress on creation of economic development liaison | Spotlight on Business 2018

With the start of a new year, Snoqualmie businesses are looking forward to the progress they can make individually and as a group. Efforts to… Continue reading

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Snoqualmie council rejects job description for full-time events coordinator, calls for separation of roles

To address the need for events and economic development coordination, the city of Snoqualmie has been working to create a new job description for a… Continue reading

Mount Si Gymnasts take big win against Eastlake; look ahead to post season

Mount Si Gymnasts take big win against Eastlake; look ahead to post season

The Mount Si gymnastics team took their fifth win of the season in their match against Eastlake on Mount Si’s Senior Night, Thursday, Jan. 18.… Continue reading

Mount Si Gymnasts take big win against Eastlake; look ahead to post season
Snoqualmie declares emergency, acts to prevent further landslide damage to city water source

Snoqualmie declares emergency, acts to prevent further landslide damage to city water source

Updated: Jan. 22, 2018 at 11:25 a.m. After a recent discovery of possible landslide danger to one of Snoqualmie’s water sources, the Snoqualmie City Council… Continue reading

Snoqualmie declares emergency, acts to prevent further landslide damage to city water source
New Sigillo Cellars building proposed for vacant King Street Lot

New Sigillo Cellars building proposed for vacant King Street Lot

Future development of the King Street lot, located on King Street and Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie, may become a reality within the next year.… Continue reading

New Sigillo Cellars building proposed for vacant King Street Lot
Finding the spiritual path: Psychic and spiritual advice business opens in Snoqualmie

Finding the spiritual path: Psychic and spiritual advice business opens in Snoqualmie

One of Snoqualmie’s newest businesses is offering a unique service to those looking for personal and professional life advice. Sammamish resident Paris Evano has begun… Continue reading

Finding the spiritual path: Psychic and spiritual advice business opens in Snoqualmie
Mount Si defeats Woodinville, North Creek, in back-to-back home games

Mount Si defeats Woodinville, North Creek, in back-to-back home games

Mount Si’s varsity boys basketball team won two games against Woodinville and North Creek this weekend, leaving them with a three-game win streak. On Friday,… Continue reading

Mount Si defeats Woodinville, North Creek, in back-to-back home games
Mount Si wrestlers take second win of the season

Mount Si wrestlers take second win of the season

After a series of tournaments at the end of December, the Mount Si Wrestling team started off the new year with their second league match,… Continue reading

Mount Si wrestlers take second win of the season
Bob Summers, former Tolt H.S. track coach, to be named to state hall of fame

Bob Summers, former Tolt H.S. track coach, to be named to state hall of fame

A part of Carnation history will be recognized this month when Bob Summers, former track and field coach and biology teacher at Tolt High School,… Continue reading

Bob Summers, former Tolt H.S. track coach, to be named to state hall of fame
Finished Opstad mural invites students to engage and explore their world

Finished Opstad mural invites students to engage and explore their world

After many months of work, a mural for Opstad Elementary School’s gym is complete and installed, thanks to local artist Kristin Lockwood. Lockwood, a North… Continue reading

Finished Opstad mural invites students to engage and explore their world
Mount Si’s Empty Bowls fundraising dinner raises $1,000 for local food banks

Mount Si’s Empty Bowls fundraising dinner raises $1,000 for local food banks

With more than 80 people attending their annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, the Mount Si High School cheer team raised $1,000 for the Snoqualmie Valley Food… Continue reading

Mount Si’s Empty Bowls fundraising dinner raises $1,000 for local food banks

Fall City schools locked down for an hour while police pursue car theft suspects

Fall City schools went into lockdown for about an hour this afternoon, while King County Sheriff’s officers pursued suspects in a stolen car. The deputies… Continue reading

Firefighters battle two Christmas Day fires in Valley

Firefighters battle two Christmas Day fires in Valley

North Bend’s Eastside Fire and Rescue Station 87, along with other local fire departments including Snoqualmie and Fall City, worked together on Christmas Day to… Continue reading

Firefighters battle two Christmas Day fires in Valley
Snoqualmie receives Quadrant donation of four open-space properties

Snoqualmie receives Quadrant donation of four open-space properties

Quadrant, one of the developers responsible for the Snoqualmie Ridge, has offered to give the city four forested properties around the north side of the… Continue reading

Snoqualmie receives Quadrant donation of four open-space properties
Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church

Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church

Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis held their annual Giving Tree event last week, where hundreds of donations of toys were available at the North Bend Church of… Continue reading

Holiday spirit headquarters: Giving Tree program wraps up with two-day shopping event at North Bend LDS church

Snoqualmie council appoints ethics officer, amends budget, awards 2018 human services funding

At their last meeting of the year on Dec. 11, the Snoqualmie City Council pursued plans announced in October to begin an investigation into a… Continue reading

After 40 years, a new sign has been installed as part of an Eagle Scout project by Will Huestis. From left: Tess Huestis, Steve Huestis, Nick Steinrich, Will Huestis, Dawson Thomas, Mike Bateman, Wyatt Richeter. (Courtesy Photo)

Final element of Charles Peterson Memorial is completed with installation of new church sign

After 40 years, Snoqualmie United Methodist Church installed a brand new sign this November as part of Will Huestis’ Eagle Award project. The plans for… Continue reading

After 40 years, a new sign has been installed as part of an Eagle Scout project by Will Huestis. From left: Tess Huestis, Steve Huestis, Nick Steinrich, Will Huestis, Dawson Thomas, Mike Bateman, Wyatt Richeter. (Courtesy Photo)
Two Rivers students learn about history preservation with Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

Two Rivers students learn about history preservation with Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

The preservation of history in the Valley made some progress this month when Two Rivers students and Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society members met to learn… Continue reading

Two Rivers students learn about history preservation with Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

Snoqualmie council votes to take 1 percent property tax increase for 2018

In a 5-2 vote, the Snoqualmie City Council on Nov. 27 approved a property tax increase by the maximum limit of 1 percent for 2018… Continue reading

Valley organizations form coalition to improve public transportation options for residents

Valley organizations form coalition to improve public transportation options for residents

Transportation in and around the Valley continuously faces challenges, but a new group of representatives of organizations in the area is hoping to make some… Continue reading

Valley organizations form coalition to improve public transportation options for residents