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To help the homeless population in the Valley and provide them with a safe place to sleep during the winter months, the Snoqualmie Valley Winter… Continue reading
On Nov. 2, the city of Snoqualmie identified some of the bright red mushrooms appearing on the Snoqualmie Ridge as Amanita Muscaria, otherwise known as… Continue reading
While most people are waiting until the end of November to put up holiday lights on their house, the city of Snoqualmie has been working… Continue reading
Washington veteran and artist shares his story at Snoqualmie Valley schools’ Veterans Day assemblies
After fighting in the Vietnam War, Seattle-native Michael Reagan came home and found a passion in art. Now he uses his talents to give back… Continue reading
After working until 5 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, the Mount Si Siber Defense Club claimed the title of highest-placing U.S. team in School Capture… Continue reading
For two years, Connie and Rudy Edwards have been the coordinators of community dinners held at the Snoqualmie United Methodist Church. Held on Wednesdays from… Continue reading
Snoqualmie’s Northwest Railway Museum has been awarded a John D. Spellman Award for achievement in historic preservation. Also, after designating the Northern Pacific Railroad Locomotive… Continue reading
The Empty Bowls fundraising program is coming back to the Valley, thanks to efforts from Mount Si High School’s cheer team. Empty Bowls is a… Continue reading
On Friday, Oct. 28, the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce held a Halloween-themed art reception for 10 students of the Snoqualmie-based Smart with Art after-school… Continue reading
Development on the Snoqualmie Mill Site property could be one step closer to becoming a reality this month. The Snoqualmie City Council will approve or… Continue reading
Mount Si’s cross country runners put up another strong performance at the 4A State cross country meet Saturday, Nov. 5, at Sun Willows Golf Course… Continue reading
U.S. 8th District Congressman Dave Reichert returned to Snoqualmie on Wednesday, Oct. 26, to speak at the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at… Continue reading
After skipping a year due to low turnout, the Snoqualmie Citizens Academy returned in full force this year with 24 students graduating from the seven-week… Continue reading
Representatives from King County came to the Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center in North Bend Oct. 27, to present two new maps detailing landslide hazard areas… Continue reading
Two architects shared their visions for the future of North Bend’s City Hall at a public workshop last week, bringing their ideas and concepts for… Continue reading
Mount Si runners stood at the top of the podium at the KingCo 4A Cross Country League Championships on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Lake Sammamish… Continue reading
After skipping a year due to low turnout, the Snoqualmie Citizens Academy returned in full force this year with 24 students graduating from the seven-week course on the operations of the city of Snoqualmie.
Mount Si runners stood at the top of the podium at the KingCo 4A Cross Country League Championships on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah.
As he prepared for the last home game of 2016 at Mount Si High School, senior and varsity football team captain Max Bonda looked back on the year, his four years playing football and the lessons he has learned.
The Si View Metropolitan Park District has a new cross country program on the lineup for young children. With the help of coach Dutch Siedentopf, the K-5 cross country program is up and running.