Second fatal accident in three weeks on SR 202 near Ames Lake Road

A second, early morning crash on SR 202 near Ames Lake Road in three weeks took the life a 72-year old Renton man on July 16, 2019. The man was identified a Sucha Randhawa. According to a Washington State … [Read more...]

4.6 magnitude earthquake jolts many residents awake early Friday morning

A 4.6 magnitude earthquake centered about 2 miles northwest of Monroe, WA shook many Snoqualmie Valley residents awake early Friday morning, July 12, 2019. The moderate earthquake happened at 2:51AM and only … [Read more...]

Stars and Stripes Rainbow Bingo happens Saturday at Mt. Si Senior Center

Independence Day may be gone according to the calendar, but the festivities will continue on Saturday at Mt. Si Senior Center, where the always fabulous Aunt Betty Malone is hosting Stars and Stripes Rainbow … [Read more...]

All Aboard: Popular Day out with Thomas event pulls into Snoqualmie next two weekends

The next two weekends will bring the annual family summer exodus to Snoqualmie, as Thomas the Tank Engine prepares for his yearly stop in the Valley. Some time slots are sold out, but according to the NW … [Read more...]

North Bend adventure couple takes on 750 mile Race to Alaska; rough waters turn race to rescue

After making history by successfully skiing across Antarctica five years ago, North Bend couple Chris and Marty Fagan turned their adventurous spirits toward the cold waters of the inside passage to Alaska - … [Read more...]

How to keep pets safe this 4th of July

This time of year everyone enjoys the sun, barbecues, sprinklers and fireworks! One member of the family who may not share your enthusiasm for things that go BOOM is your pet. Fireworks are a very common … [Read more...]

King County debuts app allowing residents to easily report noxious weeds to environmental specialists

King County debuted a new mobile app feature this week that makes it easy for residents to submit a photo and the precise location of noxious weeds to a team of county specialists who will quickly … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley’s newest winery opens: Orenda Winery hosts grand opening June 22

Snoqualmie Valley's newest winery has opened in Carnation on a historic farm estate at 32305 NE 8th Street. Orenda Winery will celebrate with some grand opening fun Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 12PM to 6PM. … [Read more...]

Attention Wine Lovers: SipFest returns to historic Snoqualmie this weekend, benefits local food banks

A collaboration between Seattle Uncorked and the Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley will bring over 20 wineries and breweries - along with some great local restaurants - to historic downtown Snoqualmie on … [Read more...]

Did Washington State Fish and Wildlife internal directive lead to killing of Snoqualmie Valley cougar?

[Article by contributing writer, North Bend resident and wildlife enthusiast, Melissa Grant] On April 5th 2019, a Capital Press headline read, “WDFW Director: When in doubt, remove the cougar.” This memo … [Read more...]

Fall City Days brings community FUN to town, June 8th

It's back - and it means summer is close! A day of community fun during Fall City Days, which closes streets and turns downtown Fall City into a big festival all day, Saturday, June 8th. There's no … [Read more...]

Class of 2019: History that Marked the Journey to Graduation

It's that time of year across the Snoqualmie Valley: high school graduation. As seniors get excited to put on their caps and gowns, parents are reminiscing with conflicting feelings of excitement and … [Read more...]

Dog parks and off-leash areas in the Snoqualmie Valley

[Article by contributing writer, North Bend resident and owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs.] This was a difficult article to write because some of our dog friendly areas in the Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

Getting out with Kids: Farmers Markets

[Article by contributing writer and Snoqualmie resident, Amanda Rich] It is nearly summer and with warmer weather come a lot of treats - my favorite among them? Outdoor markets! Farmers market and outdoor … [Read more...]

Helping the Homeless: snow storms, amazing community support make Snoqualmie Valley Shelter season one to remember

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services recently wrapped up its7th winter shelter season, and with the massive snow stormin February, Executive Director Jennifer Kirk said it was a season to remember. As soon as … [Read more...]