October 2018

Mount Si holds Homecoming Rally and Parade, Friday October 19th

Dangerous Stretch of SR 18: six fatal accidents, resulting in seven deaths during last 10 months

Snoqualmie Valley 100 Women who Care donates $12,000 to Pediatric Stroke Warriors

Fire Blotter | Malicious fire alarm pull at Mount Si; fatal accident on I-90; broken leg but not sure how

Latest deadly accident on SR 18 takes lives of mother and daughter, two ‘Best of the Best’ Snoqualmie Casino employees

Fatal Collision closes SR 18 over Tiger Mountain for five hours Friday morning

More loud explosions at Fire Training Academy next week; upcoming closure planned on Orchard Drive

SUV hauling trailer flips on eastbound I-90 near North Bend

Time to Talk Mental Health: Youth and Family Services Breakfast Supports SVSD Students

Celebration of Life Planned for Eric Sanford, October 13th

Snoqualmie Thursday garbage pick up cancelled due to British Columbia natural gas pipeline rupture

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital CEO resigns, accepts new position in California

Police Blotter | Get this squirrel out of my garage; lemon hurlers; social media pooch rescue; shoplifters return wearing stolen shoes

Snoqualmie Valley’s Polite Bird of Prey: the Turkey Vulture

Mountain Goats spotted atop Rattlesnake Ridge after state-led effort moves habituated animals from Olympic National Park to Cascades

First ever ‘Sip Suds & Si’ comes to downtown North Bend this weekend

Snoqualmie lands on top of Safest Cities in Washington ranking after coming close many times

Understanding Meadowbrook: its own thriving small town for 30 years

Former Snoqualmie mayor starts new business, aims to make things sharper in town

North Bend to Hold Town Hall meeting on Water Rights; mayor hopes will alleviate concerns

Helping Build the YAC: Thanks to BIG grant, first walls go up on new youth facility coming to Snoqualmie Valley

Meet your Local Officers as ‘Coffee with a Cop’ comes to North Bend, October 3rd

Seven months after Snoqualmie Ridge IGA closes, still no word from city on what new business might replace it

Man dies after falling 100 feet from Chair Peak at Snoqualmie Pass

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