Pedestrians take over downtown Streets as North Bend Block Party returns for weekend fun

Are you ready for North Bend’s biggest festival? The countdown is on to the 11th annual Downtown Block Party and 5th annual Legends Car Show. The Block Party happens from Noon to 11PM on Saturday, July … [Read more...]

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...]

FREE outdoor Movies in the Park come to North Bend, Snoqualmie this Week

Summer Movies in the Park return to North Bend and Snoqualmie this week, where residents have two opportunities to take in a FREE family movies on gigantic inflatable screens under the stars. On Thursday, … [Read more...]

Summer 2019 brings New breakfast, brunch options to Snoqualmie Valley

Summer 2019 is bringing new breakfast and brunch options to the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Well, at least on weekends. In May the Salish Lodge announced that the Attic will now serve breakfast on Saturday and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater: The Valley’s best kept secret

[Article by contributing writer and Snoqualmie resident, Amanda Rich.] Adjacent to Snoqualmie Ridge a hidden oasis lies along the Snoqualmie River at the base of Snoqualmie Falls. Even longtime Valley … [Read more...]

Driver loses control, Waste Management truck careens backward downhill on narrow Snoqualmie street

A frightening incident occurred in Snoqualmie Thursday afternoon, July 11, 2019 when a large Waste Management collection truck and its driver careened backwards down narrow Oakmont Ave SE near the Club at … [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...]

Fall takes life of hiker near Snow Lake Trail, Snoqualmie Pass

On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, the King County Sheriff's Office said search and rescue crews located a man who died after going hiking alone in the Snow Lake trailhead area of Snoqualmie Pass on July 4th. KCSO … [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...]

Police Blotter | just sitting in car eating cheesecake; ding-dong ditchers escorted home; fireworks, fireworks and more fireworks

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past couple of weeks. DOMESTIC DISPUTE | HEALY AVE S, North Bend On June 13th around 9:40PM, … [Read more...]

New on-ramp to westbound I-90 from Snoqualmie Parkway could open by end of 2019

At the July 8th Snoqualmie City Council meeting, the council approved an agreement with the Washington State Department of Transportation that officially paves the way for a temporary on-ramp to westbound I-90 … [Read more...]

Marijuana Store NOT coming to Mountain Valley Shopping Center in North Bend

It looks like there will not a be a marijuana shop moving into the Mountain Valley Shopping Center in North Bend. Clifford Gehrett, who owns Issaquah Cannabis, had proposed buying a portion of the Mountain … [Read more...]

New Skatepark brings New Rules: law now requires helmets in Snoqualmie parks

Reminder to bike, scooter and skateboard riders in the city limits of Snoqualmie, the city council recently updated its 'Wheeled Recreational Devices and Motorized Foot Scooters' law, requiring helmets now be … [Read more...]

Fire Chief: Brush fire near Ernie’s Grove could’ve been way worse; 8 units respond to contain slash pile blaze

According to Eastside Fire and Rescue Chief Richard Burke, a brush fire near Ernie's Grove in Snoqualmie could've been way worse if it hadn't happened in the calm of the night. Around 1AM, Tuesday, July 2nd, … [Read more...]