Archives for May 2018

Lost: Have you seen this baby Goat?

Can you help find a lost baby goat?  The owners say she is small and shy - and brown and white. A bear scared off of her owner's property - west of 356th near the PSE building at the end of Douglas Street - … [Read more...]

Just in time for Mother’s Day: Mount Si Spring Plant Sale returns, May 10th

It's an annual tradition at Mount Si High School, and this year it is timed with a perfect spring weather weekend, too! The MSHS Spring Plant Sale happens this Thursday, May 10th through Saturday, May 12th, … [Read more...]

Washington Wolves: understanding their controversial history and an update from State wolf expert

[Article by Melissa Grant, North Bend resident, animal lover/trainer and owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] Historically, before the arrival of Europeans, Native Americans in the Washington … [Read more...]

Up for Auction: Adirondack Chairs become one-of-a-kind art pieces, show up in front of local businesses for ‘Take a Seat for Kids’

For the second straight year, some beautifully painted Adirondack chairs will show up in front of Snoqualmie Valleu businesses - starting May 12th - and may leave you wondering: 'Who did that and Where can I … [Read more...]

The lasting impact of teachers: thank you for helping shape the adults my kids are becoming

It's Teacher Appreciation Week... a time-honored tradition in many schools. Back in the day when my four kids were young, it was almost a competition to see which class could spoil their teacher the … [Read more...]

‘I didn’t have a stamp’ excuse gone: King County approves prepaid postage ballots for 2018 elections

Ever used the excuse "I didn't have a stamp" as a reason for not voting? Well, it seems that excuse may be disappearing from the 'Why I Didn't Vote' playbook.... at least for 2018. On Monday May 7, 2018 the … [Read more...]

Encompass Rise & Breakfast Builds on Success; Mobile Therapy Unit featured on new King 5 series

On Tuesday, April 24th , Encompass hosted its second Rise & Thrive Breakfast, bringing together local business, community, and government leaders to support the nonprofit's vision of a community where all … [Read more...]

Caffeinate for a Cause: a Cup of Coffee Can help save Lives, May 12th at Brewed Awakening

This is the second year local business owner Maggie Kelley will be giving back to support domestic violence awareness and to help the three young children of her best friend who was lost to domestic violence in … [Read more...]

Two-year project to repair I-90 from Issaquah to North Bend starts May 7th; includes lane closures, reduced speed limit

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced a roadwork project that may impact drive times for Snoqualmie Valley commuters. The end result is a better road surface, but getting there will … [Read more...]

North Bend, Snoqualmie Valley featured on HGTV series

So way back in January, HGTV was in town, but it was 'mums the word' until what they were filming was closer airing. Flash forward three months: we're now allowed to say they were filming scenes for an … [Read more...]

Business Goings: Downtown Gift Store to get new name, new owner; inventory sell off starts May 5th

It's been over 2 1/2 years since Peggy Meyers opened Corners Gift Shop on Railroad Ave in downtown Snoqualmie, and although she says she's loved the experience and the community support, her life is taking a … [Read more...]

Kids can explore fire trucks, police cars as Snoqualmie Valley Safety Fair Returns, May 4th

It's a dream come true as Fire trucks, Police Cruisers, School Buses & More Roll In To Meet the Kids of the Snoqualmie Valley! On Friday May 4th, from 9:30-11:30AM, the Snoqualmie Valley Indoor Playground … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | ‘Banana bandit still on the loose’; tailgating driver points gun, turns self in; NOT drunk at the Dairy Freeze

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie last week: SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SATTERLEE AVE SE, Snoqualmie On April 21st around 11:15PM, a … [Read more...]

Gone Fishing! Popular Kids Trout Derby returns to Snoqualmie Valley this weekend

Feel like fishing? If so this popular family event returns for another year at the Snoqualmie Police Station, but you need to get up bright and early so you don't miss the action! The Kids’ Trout Derby - a … [Read more...]

Planned Power Outage to impact North Bend neighborhoods near Cedar Landing development, May 5th

The City of North Bend warned citizens Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is planning a power outage that will impact electric service to homes near the new Cedar Landing subdivision being built by Quadrant Homes near … [Read more...]