New General Contractor hired for Snoqualmie Spring Plaza, hope to have finished by end of October

After its General Contractor filed for bankruptcy in January, developer Chun Lai Hospitality halted construction on Spring Plaza, adjacent the new Hampton Inn on Snoqualmie Ridge. In May Chun Lai … [Read more...]

Organize that House: FREE recycle event offered in Snoqualmie, September 14th

Getting the kids back to school each fall inevitably leads to organization and cleaning. If you find yourself with household items that you're looking to recycle or get rid of, the City of Snoqualmie is … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Peach thief; DUI times two; too loud, too late

“Sleeping Beauty” | Mitten Avenue, Snoqualmie On August 27th around 6:05am, Snoqualmie Officers were dispatched to a suspicious blue truck parked on Mitten Avenue. Upon arriving, they noticed a man who … [Read more...]

New TV comedy ‘Three Busy Debras’ films in Snoqualmie, transforms YMCA into Lemondcurd Community Center

For the second straight day the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA was transformed into 'Lemoncurd Community Center' as filming of a new TV comedy series called Three Busy Debras continued. Windows were covered … [Read more...]

Grand Opening, Ribbon cutting ceremony for new North Bend City Hall happens September 5th

This Thursday, September 5th, the City of North Bend will celebrate the opening of its brand new City Hall starting at 4:30PM with a community grand opening. The public is invited to the ceremony, which … [Read more...]

Roadwork on two-mile stretch of SE North Bend Way could cause delays

King County Road Services said guardrail maintenance work in the Snoqualmie Valley will require intermittent lane restrictions on an approximate two-mile stretch SE North Bend Way between North Bend and the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley school board approves $108 million operating budget, includes $1.6 million deficit

On August 27th the SVSD school board approved the district's 2019-20 [approximate] $108 million operating budget that includes some fee reductions for families, along with covering SAT testing costs for all … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | missing person at Snoqualmie Falls; hit and run on hydrant sends water flying; possible power line fire

August 15th Around 3:45pm, Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a report of a bark fire in the median of Snoqualmie Parkway. Nothing was found. Around 6:15pm, Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a … [Read more...]

Meadowbrook Way to get Honorary ‘Wildcat Way’ name, celebrating Mount Si High School

Mount Si High School ASB representatives worked throughout the summer to add the honorary name of 'Wildcat Way' to Meadowbrook Way, which runs in front of the newly rebuilt high school. Students told city … [Read more...]

City Error causes under mitigation of Snoqualmie River for six weeks

Via news release the City of North Bend announced that in mid-August, staff discovered an error in a critical new mitigation flow meter for its Centennial Water Well.  Interim City Administrator Mark … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | $2300 turned in by honest citizen; slumped over wheel on Mountain Ave; naked man under the bridge

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two weeks. August 12th 5:21PM – Felony Warrant North Bend officers were on patrol … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center presents on Food Bank, Home Repair Loans, Grants programs this week

There are a couple of important presentations at the Mt Si Senior Center this week. Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Info Session On Monday, August 26th Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Executive Director Nikki … [Read more...]

Police: Suspect in SR 18 Road Rage Shooting near Tiger Mt summit arrested

Via press release the Washington State Patrol said a suspect in a road rage shooting incident was recently arrested. WSP explained that around 6:15PM on August 6, 2019, they received a 911 call stating that … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley History: Understanding Why Borden Avenue Leads to the YMCA

Did you know? Many street names on Snoqualmie Ridge have historical significance. Snoqualmie Valley Historian Dave Battey and the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum share the connection of Snoqualmie's history … [Read more...]

Heads Up! Low flying jet signals start of 15th Boeing Classic in Snoqualmie, August 23rd

This is your yearly reminder that a large Boeing jet will be flying LOW over the Snoqualmie Valley, signaling the start of the 15th annual Boeing Classic golf tournament, which is a PGA Champions Tour … [Read more...]