Archives for May 2016

Big Police Presence in Quiet Snoqualmie neighborhood, Search Warrant Issued

Numerous residents of the Deer Park neighborhood of Snoqualmie Ridge reported a [somewhat] heavy police presence the morning of Tuesday, May 31, 2016. One residents said she noticed approximately 10 law … [Read more...]

Giving Back: Mount Si Football icons, Mitchell Brothers, Host Camp to fund Scholarship

The last name Mitchell and Mount Si Football go hand-in-hand, as well as share a rich history. All four Mitchell boys graduate Mount Si High School moved onto college football careers - Taylor at Humboldt … [Read more...]

Three Search and Rescue Missions in ONE day, One Lasts almost Three Days

Search and Rescue crews have been kept on their toes this Memorial Day weekend.  Friday morning, May 27, 2016 began west of Snoqualmie Pass searching for a father and son hiking Mt. Definance.  Although … [Read more...]

Small Woodinville Brewery Expands to downtown North Bend; Snoqualmie Brewery debuts New Menu

UPDATE |  JUNE 6, 2016 Brickyard Brewing has officially named the new North Bend location: Brickyard Brewing North Bend Public House and added the new menu to their Facebook page HERE. Management also … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie’s Newest Park, Athletic Complex Wins State Award

Jeanne Hansen Park may have been plagued by opening delays in 2014-2015 - including a grand opening celebration held six months before it officially opened - but once the fences came down, it has been heavily … [Read more...]

Found! Father and Son Missing near Snoqualmie Pass

As quickly as KCSO could report missing hikers, they were found. Search and Rescue has confirmed voice contact with hikers missing since yesterday. Both are okay, but stuck in some cliffs southwest of Little … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Silly String Assault; Coyote on the Tracks; Bear in the yard; Fishtailing in the Park

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle Launches NEW Route, All the way UP to an Iconic Valley View

On Monday, May 23, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) began a restructured route - the Cedar Falls Loop - that travels from downtown North Bend to the scenic and recreational Rattlesnake Lake … [Read more...]

WSDOT: Bring Patience if Driving over Snoqualmie Pass this weekend

Heading east for the Memorial Day Holiday weekend?  If so, the Washington State Department of Transportation says to bring your patience - at least  between North Bend and Cle Elum - as Snoqualmie Pass … [Read more...]

Memorial Day Ceremonies Honor Fallen Veterans across the Snoqualmie Valley

American Legion Post 79 will again this year be honoring fallen veterans at all local cemeteries. Here are some of the Memorial Day Ceremonies happening across the Snoqualmie Valley on Monday, May 30, … [Read more...]

Community Fireworks Display Coming Together, Police Ready to Ticket residents who disregard new Law, Ban

At last week's community meeting regarding Snoqualmie's new fireworks law, Police Chief McCulley said one of the compromises in establishing the law which bans aerial fireworks, was that a professional … [Read more...]

Infamous Rock in Snoqualmie Parking Lot inflicts Thousands in Damage, Property Manager installs Rock protection

It may seem unbelievable, but in the age of social media, one decorative rock has gotten a very bad reputation very quickly. Chances are, if you're a driver impacted, all you have to say is you 'hit the rock' … [Read more...]

Summer Fun | City announces Popular Movies, Music in the Park Lineup

The City of Snoqualmie has announced the lineup for the its popular summertime Movies and Music in the Park series, which runs June 23rd through September 1st. Movies in the Park was enthusiastically … [Read more...]

Big Changes Coming to Mount Si High School this Summer as Site Work Begins for new School

This summer some very noticeable changes will occur on the Mount Si High School property as the Snoqualmie Valley School District prepares to build a new Mount Si on the current site. According to a Capital … [Read more...]

Controversial Snoqualmie Police Officer placed on Administrative Leave after being Indicted on Federal charges

Via a press release the  City of Snoqualmie said it was aware that on May 19, 2016, Snoqualmie Police Officer Nicholas Hogan was charged with a federal crime based on an incident that occurred during his … [Read more...]

Judge Dismisses Snoqualmie Tribe’s Discrimination Lawsuit over Casino sewer service, Mayor says time to talk outside Court Room

According to the Associated Press (AP) a federal judge, for now, is siding with the City of Snoqualmie "in a dispute over utility services at the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe's casino." The Tribe filed a lawsuit … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert: I-90 [Westbound] Squeezed to One Lane Near Snoqualmie for ONE day, on-ramp also Closed

Snoqualmie Valley drivers should plan some alternative routes if they regularly use westbound I-90 (and SR 18) near Snoqualmie - at least for one day. The Washington State Department of Transportation … [Read more...]

Helicopter, Ground Crews Locate Missing Hiker

UPDATE |  MAY 17, 2016, 5:55PM At 5:30PM, the King County Sheriff's Office stated via twitter that that the missing man had been located, was safe and would be examined by aid crews. If you hear … [Read more...]

Live Jazz Fuses with Winery, Brings new Restaurant, keeps Music Alive in North Bend

Boxley's may have closed its restaurant doors in late April, but the mission of JazzClubsNW (sponsored by Boxley Music Fund) to support live jazz music and education in the Snoqualmie Valley [and beyond] will … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Snoqualmie Tribe to Build new Gas Station, Convenience Store near Casino

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe announced this week new details about its latest enterprise: a new convenience store and 12-pump gas station scheduled to open in late 2016. The Tribe celebrated with a … [Read more...]

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