Local Elk Management Group works to repair I-90 wildlife fence, prevent deadly accidents

[Article by Melissa Grant, contributing writer, wildlife enthusiast and owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] Did you know there is fencing along I-90 to protect you and large animals from dangerous … [Read more...]

Disabled military vehicle partially closes I-90 on-ramp at SR 18 interchange, causing long delays Monday evening

A disabled military vehicle on the on-ramp to eastbound I-90 from eastbound SR 18 has caused some serious traffic headaches for Eastside commuters Monday afternoon, March 25th. The large disabled tank is … [Read more...]

Fall City Community Association to moderate debate on fire merger, March 28th

The Fall City Community Association (FCCA) will be moderating a town hall meeting regarding the upcoming April 23rd ballot measure to merge Fall City Fire District 27 into larger, Fire District 10 which … [Read more...]

Sip Suds & Si returns to downtown North Bend, March 30th

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is partnering with wineries, breweries, artists and musicians to bring the second Sip, Suds & Si to the Snoqualmie Valley. On Saturday, March 30th from 5PM - 8PM, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Snowmaggedon Heroes: City Mechanic, Young Volunteer Rescuer awarded vacations

A month ago Living Snoqualmie and the Messa Group Real Estate asked the Snoqualmie Valley to nominate a 'Snowmaggedon Hero.' Someone who went above and beyond during February's historic back-to-back snow storms … [Read more...]

Letter | Fire District merger will result in loss of community control

Dear Editor, We, the retired officers and firefighters with 25 years of service with Fall City Fire District 27 have a message for the community.  The District was formed in 1946 with a vision to … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Parachutes landing at the park; trying to pass fake bills; DUI suspect flees on foot

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two weeks. THEFT REPORT | VERIZON WIRELESS, North Bend On March 10th around 1:30PM, … [Read more...]

Serious bus, car accident near I-90/SR 18 interchange takes one life

Early Friday morning, March 22, 2019, Eastside Firefighters reported via social media that crews responded to the serious accident on westbound I-90 - about a half-mile east of the SR 18 interchange - involving … [Read more...]

Marine Rescue Expert to talk River Safety at Sallal Grange

Summer-like weather greeted us this week, letting us know the warm summer months are quickly approaching - a time of year when many start floating down the Snoqualmie River and we see kids jumping in near … [Read more...]

Large fire collapses barn in eastern North Bend Wednesday evening

Wednesday evening, March 20, 2019, crews from Eastside Fire & Rescue and Snoqualmie Fire responded to a large, fully-engulfed barn fire 46700 block of SE Edgewick Road in eastern North Bend - about a mile … [Read more...]

100 Women Who Care makes big donations supporting local seniors, female empowerment in Africa

Earlier this month the Mt. Si Senior Center was chosen as the quarterly recipient of funds from 100 Women Who Care – Greater Snoqualmie Valley. The donation, estimated at more than $10,000, is “wonderful” says … [Read more...]

Addressing Mitigation, Defining Wasteful Usage: North Bend proposes new Water Conservation Law

The City of North Bend will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 2nd, 7PM at the Mt. Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave S. to solicit public input on a draft Water Conservation Ordinance (WCO). The WCO would … [Read more...]

Snoquamie Casino makes $10,000 donation to help with Jimi Hendrix Park expansion

According to a news release, on Thursday, February 21st, Snoqualmie Casino President and CEO, Brian Decorah, presented Janie Hendrix, Executive Director of the Jimi Hendrix Park Foundation, with a $10,000 gift … [Read more...]

Chance to share thoughts and concerns as Snoqualmie City Council hosts first quarterly Town Hall, March 30th

Citizens have been asking the City of Snoqualmie to hold more town hall meetings - to give residents a different way to interact with council members and to share thoughts on city issues important to … [Read more...]

Letter | Fall City Fire Department merger will increase emergency service level, maintain local control

[Letters doe not represent the views of Living Snoqualmie or its employees. Letters supporting candidates or regarding ballot initiatives can be sent to info@livingsnoqualmie.com.] Dear Editor, Fall City … [Read more...]