Archives for March 2015

SAR Crews Perform Multiple Rescue Missions in Snoqualmie Valley over Weekend

It was a busy weekend for search and rescue crews in the Snoqualmie Valley, with three different popular hiking trails lending themselves to lost or injured hikers in just a three-day span. Seattle Mountain … [Read more...]

Have a Say in New Mount Si High School Design at Upcoming Community Meeting

It was a common question during the February school bond campaign.... "What will the high school look like when it's re-built?" There was no perfect answer because in order to move forward and fund the … [Read more...]

Bring on the EGGS! Snoqualmie Valley Easter Egg Hunts Ready for Droves of Children

If you're looking for some Easter egg hunting fun in the coming week, here are a few annual events that should have your child or pooch covered. Be warned, with so many little ones inhabiting the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Better Late than Never! Jeanne Hansen Community Park Finally, Officially Open

The fences are finally coming down! Good things are worth waiting for. Better late than never.  Those might be popular phrases for describing the 7-month journey to the official opening Snoqualmie's newest … [Read more...]

Business Comings | New Restaurant for Snoqualmie Valley

It was last summer that Bayan Mongolian at the corner of Snoqualmie Parkway and Douglas Ave regrettably announced they were closing. Now eight months later, new tenants are putting the finishing touches on a … [Read more...]

I-90/SR 18 Interchange at ‘Critical Mass,’ Mayor Heads to Olympia to Request Fix

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson could simply hit send and email the city's request that the I-90/SR 18 improvement project be added back to the State Legislature's Transportation Bill. But instead he is hand … [Read more...]

Wildcat Idol, Festival of the Arts Showcase Talented Mount Si High School Students

Feel like seeing some of the talent Mount Si High School students possess? Then head over to the high school on Thursday evening, March 26, 2015, from 5:30PM - 8:30PM for Festival of the Arts. This special … [Read more...]

I-90/SR18 Weigh Station Vandalized, Washington State Patrol Seeks Witnesses

Did you notice the boarded up windows at the truck weigh station at the I-90/SR 18 interchange? If so, they aren't closing up shop at the busy interchange. Rather, the station was damaged by vandal(s) over … [Read more...]

Stuff the Truck: Clothes for the Cause, Provides Chance to Spring Clean and Help Local Organizations

Clothes for the Cause, a fundraising company that collects clothes in exchange for cash is holding a special Stuff the Truck event to raise money for multiple local groups, including St Clare’s Episcopal … [Read more...]

Get Ready! Lane Closures on Snoqualmie Parkway for Two-Month Improvement Project

The City of Snoqualmie says residents should be prepared for temporary, one-lane closures at two busy intersections starting March 30, 2015 and lasting through May 2015. Road work at the intersections of … [Read more...]

Can You ID Theft Suspect? Stole Expensive Computer from QFC

Snoqualmie Police are asking if the public can help identify a theft suspect. The Snoqualmie Police Department stated via Twitter that the suspect stole a laptop computer worth $1000 from the North Bend … [Read more...]

Attempted Break-in of Occupied Home, Male Suspect Reportedly Carrying Crowbar

The Snoqualmie Police Department responded to an attempted break-in Monday morning, March 23, 2015 in the Forster Woods neighborhood of North Bend, located just off the I-90 exit 31 interchange. Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Weekend Fun: Night in Monte Carlo Dinner Dance, Auction to Support Mount Si High School ASB

Looking for something fun to do this weekend that will help support local students?  Then start digging through your closet and get dressed up for an adult evening out at MSHS ASB's Night in Monte Carlo Dinner … [Read more...]

POLICE BLOTTER | Car in Tree, Scanner Gun not Pistol, Over the Limit for Dog Park

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to last week in North Bend and … [Read more...]

And the Winners Are…. GIVE GOOD Awards Names 2015 Inspirational Snoqualmie Valley People

On Friday night, March 6, 2015, many Snoqualmie Valley residents attended the 3nd annual GIVE GOOD Awards for night of inspiration, recognition and celebration of some local, everyday heroes. Or as the GIVE … [Read more...]

Jeanne Hansen Park Opens Soon | No Answer When Snoqualmie Valley Trail Stairs Destroyed by Fire will be Rebuilt

It's Finally Happening - Jeanne Hansen Park to Open Soon It's been over 6 months since the City of Snoqualmie held a Grand Opening Celebration for Jeanne Hansen Park, a 16-acre park and athletic complex in the … [Read more...]

Time to Build Schools | District Breaks Ground for New Elementary School, Ready in 17 Months

As the Snoqualmie Valley School District broke ground on its 6th elementary school, March 16, 2015, a feeling of gratitude was in the air - representing a district grateful to the community for supporting a … [Read more...]

Downtown Snoqualmie Construction Continues, Improvement Project to Last Longer than Initial Estimates

The City of Snoqualmie says its Downtown Infrastructure Improvement Project is in full swing and making good progress, according to a recent press release. But when will all the construction be done? That … [Read more...]

Does your Pooch Come when Called? How to Have a Reliable Recall with your Dog

In her latest column, North Bend resident and dog trainer for Miss Lola's Academy, Melissa Grant, offers up a springtime refresher course on getting your pooch to come when … [Read more...]

North Bend Hostage Situation Ends After Nine Hour Standoff, One Injury

It was a long St. Patrick's Day for many Wilderness Rim residents as police surrounded a home, blocked off streets accessing about half of the large development and worked to defuse a volatile hostage … [Read more...]