Archives for June 2015

Award-Winning Nature Adventure Camp Launches at Meadowbrook Farm this Summer

Fresh off its fourth year of being named by ParentMap as having the Best Nature Camp, Wilderness Awareness School is bringing its popular day camp to Snoqualmie for the summer of 2015. Wilderness Awareness … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie’s David Moses Heads to Big Stage at Central Park for TimberSports National Championships

On Saturday, June 20, 2015 the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Series U.S. Professional Championships will be held in Central Park, in New York City - with the largest audience TIMBERSPORTS® has probably ever seen. The … [Read more...]

TRAFFIC | ‘Significant Delays’ through Snoqualmie Possible This Week

The City of Snoqualmie warns [again] of possible significant traffic delays in downtown Snoqualmie along Railroad Ave SE from June 15th - 24th, as crews work to  finish construction work associated with … [Read more...]

Drowning Accident at Rattlesnake Lake Leaves Teen Hospitalized

King County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Stanley Seo said on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 4:30PM, KCSO received a relay call from NORCOM (North East King County Regional Public Safety Communication Agency) asking … [Read more...]

Pedestrians Asked to Practice Safety Sense, Stay off Closed Roads

There's lots of construction happening just west of Snoqualmie Parkway as land is prepped to become a new Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhoods AND the school district constructs a new elementary school. As a result, … [Read more...]

North Bend Farmers Market Launches 10th Season on June 11th,

Sunshine, warm (but not too warm) temperatures, live music, local food, friends and neighbors.... that's a pretty good combination for the opening day of the North Bend Farmer's Market, which kicks off its … [Read more...]

Congratulations Class of 2015 | A Look Back at Life that Got you Here

Thursday, June 11th is the final day of high school for about 350 Mount Si seniors.  Then on Friday, June 12th at 6:30PM, they will enter Wildcat Stadium as students and exit as graduates... waiting for life's … [Read more...]

Encompass 5th Annual ‘SipFest’ Moves Outdoors to Historic Snoqualmie

As the City of Snoqualmie works to finish a yearlong remodeling project through the downtown core, Encompass is gearing up for its big, yearly fundraiser that will use renovated Railroad Park as the backdrop.. … [Read more...]

POLICE BLOTTER | Multiple Vehicle Prowls Result in Fraudulent Credit Card Charges; Motorcycle Racing, Teen Girl Road Rage

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department recently responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie - and the report is an important reminder to lock your … [Read more...]

Jersey Mike’s Announces Opening Date for New North Bend Location, Kicks off with 5-Day Fundraiser Supporting Students

Jersey Mike’s Subs, known nationally for fresh sliced and fresh grilled subs, announced the official opening date of its new North Bend location at 249 Main Ave S, (Borgen Plaza behind Bartell Drugs)  - … [Read more...]

Serious One Car Rollover on I-90 Backs up Monday Afternoon Traffic

Around 3:30PM, June 8, 2015, a serious, one-car accident blocked two of the three eastbound lanes of I-90, just west of milepost 31 in North Bend. Around 3:50PM, a driver on eastbound I-90 said traffic came … [Read more...]

Busy Couple of Days near North Bend | Auto Thieves Chased by Police, Flee into Woods; Vehicle Erupts in Fire

It's been a busy couple of days on I-90 near exit 32 (436th Ave) in North Bend... first a large vehicle fire and then a police [and helicopter] chase. On Thursday, June 4, 2015 right as Snoqualmie Police … [Read more...]

Semi Pro Baseball Comes to the Valley | Northwest Honkers Find Home in Fall City, Home Opener June 7th

Summer, sunshine and baseball.... right here in the Snoqualmie Valley. Honkers Baseball is starting a tradition this season. Semi-pro baseball team, the Northwest Honkers, at last found a home in Fall City - … [Read more...]

City Warns of Possible Heavy Traffic on Snoqualmie Parkway for More Roadwork

Three weeks removed from a paving project that coincided with the Snoqualmie Ridge community-wide garage sale, SVSD early release Friday and teacher rally, and brought Snoqualmie Parkway to complete traffic … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Named #4 Top Town to Raise a Family in America

It seems the cat is out of the proverbial bag when it comes to the Snoqualmie Valley being an incredible place to live. For those of wanting the growth to cease... maybe don't read this. It seems small town … [Read more...]

Police Apprehend Stabbing Suspect on North Bend QFC Roof

Police activity was quite noticeable in downtown North Bend for numerous local residents, Thursday, June 4, 2015.  At one point, residents reported North Bend Elementary, where organizers were prepping for a … [Read more...]

Popular Mount Si and Snoqualmie Valley Trails Earn National Designation

In advance of National Trails Day this Saturday, June 6th, Mount Si and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail earned national recognition from U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and National Park Service … [Read more...]

Peter Pan Jr. Set to Soar at Chief Kanim Middle School June 4th – 6th

Come see the singing and acting talent of more than 50 Snoqualmie Valley 6th - 8th grade students as Chief Kanim Middle School brings Disney’s PETER PAN JR. to the stage starting Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 7PM. … [Read more...]

Summer Fun | Back by Popular Demand, Outdoor Movies & Music in the Park

Tick-tock. Tick-tock. Can you hear it?  Your child's internal clock ticking down to summer, with its long, warm days and fun with friends? If so and you're already starting to plan summer activities, the City … [Read more...]

LETTER | Aging out of Special Education Program, Young Adults with Disabilities Face Different Kind of Future, Need Community Support

My daughter Adrienne is about to ‘age out’ of the Snoqualmie Valley School District Special Education Program that she has been in since she was 3-years old. She is now 21. She has had thousands of hours of … [Read more...]