Archives for November 2018

Local businesses ‘pay it forward’ all November with coffee on the house at Trail Youth

During the month of November the members of Keep It Local Snoqualmie Valley are partnering with Trail Youth Coffee Home to pay it forward. What does that mean? Well, it's pretty simple. They are buying … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley firefighters, engines deployed to fight Woolsey Fire in Southern California

UPDATE | November 13, 2018 Snoqualmie crews at the Woolsey fire say its a smokey day, fueled by heavy winds. They are at the Camarillo Airport standing by for … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center honors veterans with special Veterans Day luncheon

Mt. Si Senior Center announced it will pay tribute to local veterans with a special Veterans Day lunch, 11:45AM to 12:45PM Monday, November 12th, at the senior center, 411 Main Ave. S. North Bend. Join the … [Read more...]

City says no to fast-growing Snoqualmie vitamin business moving to vacant IGA building

The City of Snoqualmie this week denied fast-growing, Snoqualmie-based Persona Nutrition's request to relocate to the empty, former IGA grocery store building in the Snoqualmie Ridge Neighborhood retail … [Read more...]

North Bend seeks Citizen of the Year Nominations; Coffee with a Cop comes to Trail Youth Coffee House

2018 Citizen of the Year Award Nominations Open  The City of North Bend is seeking nominations for this year's Citizen of the Year. The award is given annually to an individual or business that has gone … [Read more...]

Early Local Election Results: Issaquah Democrats leading, Si View Parks bond passing

King County Elections was expecting a large turnout in the 2018 midterm election - possibly a turnout near the level of the 2016 presidential election (81%). By Monday, November 5th, over half of voters had … [Read more...]

Teen identified, questioned in Sallal Water Tower vandalism, police say additional suspects could be outstanding

The King County Sheriff's Office said on Monday, November 6, 2018, detectives identified a 14-year old male that was believed to be involved with the trespass and vandalism of the Sallal water tower in North … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe, YMCA partner for Native American Heritage Month

As part of November’s Native American Heritage Month, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA have worked together to share information about the Tribe’s heritage and language hosted at the … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football moves on to State Playoffs, hosts Mt. Vernon November 9th

After a dominating, shutout performance against Rogers High School in a district playoff game last weekend, #4 seeded Mount Si learned it will host another home playoff game - this time against #13 seeded Mt. … [Read more...]

Appeal to stop 212-unit Cedar River Apartment complex in North Bend denied, condition about water supply added

An appeal made over the summer by opponents of the 212-unit Cedar River Apartment complex planned for the Dahlgren property along North Bend Way did little to sway a hearing examiner that the City of North … [Read more...]

Mount Si’s Waskom wins state cross country title: ‘most decorated and accomplished distance runner in school history’

You could say it was a race eight years in the making. In November 2010, 4th grader Joe Waskom decided to try out the Snoqualmie Turkey Trot Fun Run. At 9-years old he finished 12th among all … [Read more...]

Do Not Drink Order likely in place until Friday, November 9th for North Bend homes affected by vandalized water tank

UPDATE | NOVEMBER 5TH, 7PM Sallal Water Association said they discovered evidence that the vandalized water tank was contaminated with leaves, branches and debris, which was contributing to Total Coliform in … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | doorbell ringing, door pounding, then arrested; multiple DUI stops; using the not-opened skatepark

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks: JUVENILE PROBLEM | SE RIDGE STREET, Snoqualmie On October 19th around … [Read more...]

Big Changes: familiar faces announced as new Snoqualmie Middle School Principals; district adds new College, Career Director position

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced some big  administrative changes for the 2019-20 school year - the year rebuilt Mount Si High School opens and the district's Freshman Campus transitions back to … [Read more...]

Chili Showdown to Support Valley Animal Partners, November 3rd

Looking for some local fun this weekend, that includes casting a vote for a favorite food? Look no further. Back for another year - Valley Animal Partners is hosting its Ninth Annual Chili Showdown and … [Read more...]

82 North Bend homes affected by vandalized water tank; do not drink advisory likely in place until November 5th

On November 1st the Sallal Water Association reduced the number of homes impacted when a large water storage tank was vandalized to 82. The association stated it continues to work closely with authorities … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley’s fiercest animal resident: the tiny Hummingbird

[Article by North Bend resident, pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs and wildlife enthusiast, Melissa Grant] What North Bend critter weighs only 4 grams, moves at 30 miles per hour, but cannot … [Read more...]