Annual Snoqualmie Valley Children’s Safety Fair Returns to Si View

Key Kids! Are you ready? Soon Fire Trucks, Police Cruisers, Search and Rescue Vehicles & More Will Roll In To Meet the Kids of the Snoqualmie Valley. On Friday May 10th, from 9:30-11:00am, the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

New State budget allocates millions for SR 18 widening planning, new Encompass campus, Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities Center

The 2019 legislative session wrapped up last weekend, with the the newly approved budget allocating needed funding for several Snoqualmie Valley projects. The biggest news is probably the $27 million … [Read more...]

Project Grace Guild: $1.2 million raised for Seattle Children’s, big annual fundraiser happens this weekend

On Friday, May 3rd, Project Grace Guild will host its 11th annual dinner and auction benefiting Uncompensated Care and pediatric cancer research at Seattle Children's. The fundraising guild was founded in … [Read more...]

New downtown Snoqualmie infrastructure project starts soon; impacts streets around Mount Si High School

The City of Snoqualmie announced its latest downtown improvement project will begin this month. Called the Greek Streets Utility Infrastructure Improvement Project, it is slated to bring new and upgraded … [Read more...]

New $200 million Mount Si High School still on budget and on time; opens fall 2019

In a monthly update, the Snoqualmie Valley School District reported that construction of the new Mount Si High School remains on budget and on schedule to open in the fall of 2019. The state-of-the art $200 … [Read more...]

Calvary Mt. Si sets up memorial fund to support family of North Bend man killed in Seattle crane collapse

Calvary Mt. Si Church recently announced a that a benevolence fund has been set up for congregation member and North Bend resident Andrew Yoder, who perished in the tragic crane collapse in the South Lake Union … [Read more...]

Hospital District works to fill vacant commissioner position after Young resigns

King County Public Hospital District No. 4, which represents the Snoqualmie Valley, is trying to fill a vacancy on its Board of Commissioners following the resignation of Joan Young, who recently stepped down … [Read more...]

Learn about memoir writing in free, four-week workshop at Mt. Si Senior Center

Snoqualmie author and teacher Kim Pearson will lead a four-week series of classes on memoir writing, starting at 1PM. Wednesdays, May 1st to May 22nd, at Mt. Si Senior Center. Pearson’s “Making History” … [Read more...]

Locals pack North Bend Theatre for new Avengers movie that smashed box office records

Were you wondering what that line was for on Bendigo Blvd Friday night? Well, if you're a movie lover, you probably already know. Snoqualmie Valley movie fans attending the opening day of “Avengers: … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Driving with drugs in open view; looking at phone, braking too late; road rage verbal warning

Here are a few of the calls the Snoquamie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie last week. TRAFFIC STOP | BENDIGO BLVD & NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend On April 13th around 9:20PM, … [Read more...]

North Bend student named to University of Washington Husky 100

[Article by contributing writer and Snoqualmie resident, Amanda Rich] Mt. Si High School graduate ('15) and North Bend native Rachel Massey was recently named to the University of Washington’s Husky … [Read more...]

Mayor’s State of the City address includes plan for $12.5 million [mostly] city-funded YMCA expansion, pool

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson took some by surprise at the April 24th Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, when during his 'State of the City' address he announced a plan to triple the size of the … [Read more...]

North Bend marks 5-year anniversary of powerful explosion as Phoenix Plaza finally rises from the ashes

Where were you on April 25, 2014 when North Bend was rocked awake by a powerful explosion? Has it really been five years? I was in bed trying to figure out why my phone wouldn't stop buzzing at 4AM. What … [Read more...]

The Future of Wolves in Washington: Will they ever be just another critter in the woods?

[Article by contributing writer Melissa Grant,wildlife/outdoor enthusiast and pet trainer/owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] Out here in the Snoqualmie Valley we fancy ourselves as outdoor … [Read more...]

Fall City Fire merger ballot measure failing in first election results

The April 23rd King County ballot measure to merge Fall City Fire District 27 with Fire District 10 - and become part of the Eastside Fire & Rescue service area - was failing in first election … [Read more...]