Overnight short-lived wind event could impact Puget Sound region

[Article by Mark Davis of www.northbendweather.com] Looks like another wind event is upon us. I’ve lost count at this point what number this storm is. This storm has the … [Read more...]

Empty Bowls Fundraiser returns to the Snoqualmie Valley January ; benefits local food banks

The annual Snoqualmie Valley Empty Bowls fundraiser supporting the Fall City and Snoqualmie Valley Food Banks returns on Friday, January 11th, from 5:30 - 7:30PM, in the Mount Si High School … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Donates Lifesaving AED’s to Eastside Fire & Rescue, City of North Bend

The City of North Bend announced that Snoqualmie Tribe generously donated 200 automated external defibrillator (AED) units to local safety and government organizations to carry with them in their emergency and … [Read more...]

Icy roads, multiple accidents close I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass Friday morning

UPDATE: JANUARY 4TH, 6PM: Westbound I-90 reopened at Ellensburg (milepost 106) at 12:30PM, but eastbound I-90 will remain closed (milepost 34 in North Bend) until approximately 8PM. WSDOT said the removal of … [Read more...]

Therapy Dog Phoebe on Duty in Snoqualmie; first fire station on West Coast to pilot program

[This article has been updated to reflect that Phoebe is technically a therapy, not service, dog.] It was announced at a city council meeting last month that the Snoqualmie Fire Department would be adopting … [Read more...]

Annual Boy Scout Christmas Tree Pickup happens January 5th

It's that time of year - packing away holiday decorations and saying goodbye to another festive season in the Snoqualmie Valley. Did you know? This time of year also happens to coincide with the biggest … [Read more...]

Serious 4-car accident near I-90/SR 18 interchange leaves one critically injured

Around 4:30PM, January 2, 2019, emergency crews responded to a serious, four-car accident on westbound I-90 near the SR 18 interchange. The accident - near milepost 26 - left a white sedan wedged between … [Read more...]

Washington’s Most Elusive Predator – The Wolverine

[Article by contributing writer Melissa Grant, wildlife enthusiast and pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] When you think of Wolverines what comes to mind? Do you … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe launches new charitable donations distribution process

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe announced on January 1, 2019 it it will begin accepting applications for its Charitable Donations fund. This year the Tribe will administer the funds on an annual basis, and the … [Read more...]

Busy New Year’s Eve for SnoPo: multiple DUI’s, suspended license arrests, creative hashtags

On New Year's Eve afternoon, the Snoqualmie Police Department [via social media] encouraged residents to find alternate transportation if they were planning to celebrate that evening. They even announced they … [Read more...]

Developer Land Swap: city gives land for parking, gets Park Street right of way

In mid October 2018, a Developer Agreement was negotiated and signed between the City of North Bend and 101 West Park, LLC - which is constructing the new retail building for Huxdotter Coffee at the corner of … [Read more...]

Si View Parks Hits Ground Running: announces multiple projects funded by recent bond sale

Si View Metropolitan Park District announced on December 28th that it had completed the first round of bond sales totaling $8.9 million to fund capital improvements to local parks and trails. Bonds will be sold … [Read more...]

911 Outage hits Snoqualmie Valley, progress being made to fully restore service in King County

UPDATE | December 28, 2018, 12PM King County says the CenturyLink network outage that affected emergency calls nationwide is being addressed. 9-1-1 calls are again getting … [Read more...]

City sells small downtown parking lot to developer

It appears the City of Snoqualmie isn't the only local municipality selling a vacant land parcel used for parking. On December 7, 2018 the City of North Bend closed on the sale of a 7,000 sq. ft. lot at the … [Read more...]

Eastside Fire & Rescue Giving Campaign, Reindeer Engine see big results in 2018

Eastside Fire & Rescue has officially wrapped up its 2018 toy, food, and clothing drives - giving campaigns that directly benefits Hopelink, the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank and the Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]