Archives for October 2018

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

Home security and safety company Safewise - which provides annual rankings of the safest cities in states across the country - recently released its 2018 Safest Cities in Washington list where Snoqualmie landed … [Read more...]

Understanding Meadowbrook: its own thriving small town for 30 years

It wasn't always just North Bend and Snoqualmie in the upper Snoqualmie Valley.  Almost 100 years ago a husband and wife decided there should be another town and created it. They named it Meadowbrook. If you … [Read more...]

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

Ever since he was a teenager, former Snoqualmie mayor Fuzzy Fletcher said he has been interested in cutlery and metalworking. In fact, he spent 30+ years of his working life machining, tool making and … [Read more...]

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

The City of North Bend is preparing to talk water.... water rights that is... and hoping to calms residents' concerns that it is running out of water. The city is inviting community members to a Town Hall … [Read more...]

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

So have you seen the "Help Build the YAC" signs all around the Snoqualmie Valley and wondered what was being built and what organization was doing it? The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community … [Read more...]

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

The Snoqualmie Police Department is offering residents a chance to get to know their local officers, ask a questions or two, share concerns... or maybe just say hello during their latest installment of Coffee … [Read more...]

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

It's been seven months since the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA closed, leaving plenty of speculation in its wake as to what might take its place in the approximate 21,000 sq. ft. space. On September 28th, IGA owner … [Read more...]

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

The King County Sheriff's Office said search and rescue crews performed a recovery mission over the weekend after receiving a call Friday evening, September 28th, reporting that a 61-year old man had failed to … [Read more...]

Haunted Halloween Adventure: Night on a Dark Trail returns for 8th Season

Ready for some spooky Halloween Fun? Snoqualmie's own Night on a Dark Trail is back for its 8th season, turning trails on the east campus of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital - located at 34500 SE 99th Street - … [Read more...]