Lessons from the Pizza Delivery Guy: Kindness really is that simple

Yesterday a Christmas card came in the mail. As I was opening it, I kept wondering who the return address belonged to. It turns out it was from our pizza delivery guy from Uncle Si’s.  Side note: I used to … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council increases human service funding for local nonprofits

As part of a Human Services Advisory Committee strategic plan recently passed unanimously by the Snoqualmie City Council, the city is transitioning to a two-year funding cycle for local human services … [Read more...]

Stormy Day on tap, wind advisory issued for Snoqualmie Valley

Mother Nature has been pretty nice to the Snoqualmie Valley so far this fall. Typically we've had more wind events by now, but fall 2018 was pretty much absent of any major power outages or downed trees. Now … [Read more...]

Tips to keep your Pets safe during the Holiday season

[Article by contributing writer, North Bend resident and pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs, Melissa Grant] Controlling your dog around visitors can be a major problem. Holidays can be … [Read more...]

Coffee stand, car wash demolished as Huxdotter Coffee prepares for expansion into new, larger space with cafe

Huxdotter Coffee has operated out of the same small drive-thru building at the corner of Park Street and Main Street in downtown North Bend for nearly three decades, but earlier this year announced that things … [Read more...]

Ballot measure to merge Fall City Fire Department with Eastside Fire & Rescue withdrawn

The Board of Commissioners of King County Fire District 27 (Fall City) took action at a Special Meeting on December 14, 2018 to withdraw a ballot measure from the February 12, 2019 Special Election that … [Read more...]

Police make several drug-related arrests, including suspected drug sales operation in North Bend Motel room

Over the past month the Snoqualmie Police Department has been using social media to keep the public updated on some of its bigger cases/arrests.  Here is a recap on some of those incidents from the past … [Read more...]

Enjoy a Snoqualmie Valley treat this weekend: Don’t miss Carnation Farms Christmas Market

[Article by Snoqualmie resident and contributing writer, Amanda Rich] A local event that is likely to become an annual holiday tradition is the Carnation Farms Christmas Market. The market is open this … [Read more...]

Video: Snoqualmie house creates incredible holiday light display, complete with radio station

Tucked away in the Eagle Pointe neighborhood of Snoqualmie Ridge is a pretty incredible holiday light display.  My daughter and I accidentally stumbled upon it last week, but it turns out this house has a … [Read more...]

North Bend City Council bans carry-out plastic bags by 4-2 vote, adds optional surcharge for paper bags

Following two public hearings in a span of two weeks - and a long council discussion -  the North Bend City Council took action on a proposed carry-out plastic bag ban ordinance at their December 4th … [Read more...]

Celebrate with Music: 1st Annual Snoqualmie Valley Community Christmas Concert, December 15th

Let local, talented musicians get you in the holiday spirit this weekend. Organizers are asking the Snoqualmie Valley community to mark their calendars and consider attending the 1st annual Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

Popular Folk & Blues Busker PK Dwyer comes to Black Dog Arts Cafe this wekend

There's some musical fun happening at The Black Dog Arts Cafe in festive downtown Snoqualmie this weekend. Get Jolly and Make Merry with Folk & Blues Busker Extraordinaire PK Dwyer at The Black Dog Arts … [Read more...]

Fall City voters will decide whether to merge fire department with Eastside Fire & Rescue, District 10

The King County Fire Protection District 27 Board of Commissioners recently approved a resolution to merge Fire Districts 27 and 10 that will  be placed on the February 12, 2019 special election … [Read more...]

Broken truck axle causes massive back up for Monday morning commute

UPDATE | 10AM The accident scene was cleared and all lanes reopened around 9:45AM, but could take a while for the long back up to completely … [Read more...]

City considers letting River Run Apartment development exceed maximum building size regulation; would get more affordable housing, less total buildings

The City of North Bend will be holding a public hearing at the December 13th Planning Commission meeting to take comments on a proposed development agreement the city may enter into with the developer of the … [Read more...]