SNOQUALMIE, WA (January 30, 2015) Some Make-A-Wish families will be attending the “The Big Game” this year when the Seahawks take on the Patriots in Phoenix, Arizona thanks in part to the Snoqualmie Indian
The Snoqualmie Tribal Council stands behind and endorses the bond measure placed on the February 10th 2015 ballot by the Snoqualmie School District's Board of Directors.
Since the State Legislature began their 2015 session on January 12th, there have been a number of bills introduced pertaining to tribes located within the state.  
Thank you to all who have expressed interest in Seahawks Super Bowl tickets.
By Cindy Spiry, Environmental & Natural Resources Department Director
By Lora Pennington, Snoqualmie Tribe Cultural Officer
On Tuesday, January 13th, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee delivered his 2015 State of the State Address.  
The Tribal Administration Offices will be closed from Wednesday, December 24th through Friday, January 2nd. The offices will reopen on Monday, January 5th.
Below is information about an upcoming bareroot native plant sale from King Conservation District, a partner of the Snoqualmie Tribe:  
The Snoqualmie Entertainment Authority/Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and the Snoqualmie Casino is currently requesting qualifications for an Executive Search Services Firm.