Archives for June 2016

Car Prowls, Suspected Home Prowler reported in Snoqualmie; Police say Crime isn’t really on the Rise

With reports of multiple car prowls in the Ironwood neighborhood of Snoqualmie on the night of Tuesday, June 7th, followed by the report of a suspected home prowler awakening a sleeping resident in the Edgeview … [Read more...]

Police Arrest Man considered Armed and Dangerous

UPDATE | JUNE 27, 2016, 8:30PM King County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Cindi West said 28-year old fugitive Shaun Tubbs was arrested the morning of June 27th - and that more details would be available on June 28th … [Read more...]

City says Downtown Plaza Project ‘Shovel Ready,’ but New Roundabout hits funding Snag

There are some big changes coming to downtown North Bend - and now it appears one of the major projects that will bring those changes will happen faster than the other. The City of North Bend had two major … [Read more...]

Encompass gets $100,000 Grant to Create groundbreaking Mobile Therapy Unit

Encompass shared some exciting news on June 9, 2016 - news that will allow the longtime Snoqualmie Valley non-profit to expand its reach and help more local kids and families. The Washington Women’s … [Read more...]

Congratulations Class of 2016, a Look Back at the World that Shaped your Journey

Parents of 2016 graduates... are you there yet?  Are you finding yourself looking at old pictures of your child entering kindergarten, middle school, heading off to senior prom - and wondering, as we all do, … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Trouble at the EZ Mart; Morning DUI from Rattlesnake Ridge; All toys Returned; Watch your purse

Here are a few of the calls Snoqualmie Police Officers, whose motto is 'No Call too Small,'  responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past week... POSSIBLE DUI | HEALY AVE  & PARK ST, North … [Read more...]

Car Cracks Power Pole in Half, Cuts Power to Quiet Neighborhood, Citations issued

Residents say a serious car accident in the Brookside Acres neighborhood of North Bend knocked out power and isolated residents most of Saturday, June 4, 2016. Around noon residents say a car was leaving the … [Read more...]

After arrest of Substitute on Pornography Charges, District says Safety Top Priority, all State hiring Requirements met

Following the news last week that longtime substitute teacher Sean C. Clark was arrested on charges of allegedly possessing and distributing child pornography, the Snoqualmie Valley School District released … [Read more...]

Rescuing Fido: Dedicated Volunteers respond to Rescue Pooch stuck on a Ledge after Hiking Fall

Living in the Snoqualmie Valley, where urbanites love to come to hike, climb and float, you see first hand the important work of Search and Rescue volunteers. This past Saturday, June 4, 2016, those … [Read more...]

Time to Build a School – Groundbreaking set for NEW Mount Si High School

The Snoqualmie Valley School District will break ground for the new Mount Si High School Wednesday, June 8th at 3PM. The community is invited to attend the groundbreaking celebration as the district prepares … [Read more...]

Remains Found near Snoqualmie Pass, in area where Backcountry Skier went missing

The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) said on June 4, 2016, remains were found in the Kendall Peak area of Snoqualmie Pass - this is the area where backcountry skier Monty Busbee was reported missing during a … [Read more...]

Man Flees in Vehicle, then on Foot after Police Attempt to Stop, Arrest on I-90; Still at Large

After two police search warrants executed on Snoqualmie homes this week, and a lockdown of Camp Terry due to reported gun shots in Preston, more police activity was reported in the Snoqualmie Valley late Friday … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Home Search Warrant Leads to Arrest of Local Substitute Teacher for Possessing Child Pornography

The Seattle Police Department said on Friday, June 3, 2016 that it had arrested a longtime substitute teacher and daycare worker in the Puget Sound area, including in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, … [Read more...]

As temps Soar to 90 this weekend, Snoqualmie Fire Dept. Ready to ‘Make it Rain’ at local parks

As the first mini heatwave of the summer descends on the Snoqualmie Valley - with temperatures expected around 90 on both Saturday and Sunday, June 4th & 5th - the Snoqualmie Fire Department announced it is … [Read more...]

After Camp Terry Lockdown, Police ask to speak to Anyone Shooting in Preston Area

The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) issued a press release on Thursday, June 2, 2016 following a three-hour search for the source of numerous gun shots in Preston turned up nothing. KCSO stated around … [Read more...]

Homeland Security, Police Execute Search Warrant for second Snoqualmie Home in three days

For the second time in three days, residents of a quiet Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood reported a fairly large, early morning police presence. On Tuesday, May 31, 2016, around 6:30AM neighbors reported at … [Read more...]

Lockdown, Search over after multiple Gun shots reported in Preston

UPDATE |  June 2, 2016, 1:45PM The King County Sheriff's Office stated via social media that the lockdown and search in Preston was over.  The woods were searched by Guardian 1 and KCSO Tac 30 for over two … [Read more...]

Car Drives into Fall City Roadhouse, Causes one day Closure

The Fall City Roadhouse, located at 4200 Preston-Fall City Road, is closed Thursday, June 2, 2016, after a car drove into the front of the restaurant around 6:30AM. The popular inn and restaurant sits adjacent … [Read more...]

Campaign to Stop Life-threatening Child Falls, Snoqualmie Fire Station Offers Free Window Stops

Over the past few spring and summers, the Snoqualmie Fire Department has responded to some scary calls regarding small children falling out second story windows. Luckily, those children survived. According … [Read more...]

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