May 2020

Snoqualmie Valley mayors jointly ask governor to reopen their rural small cities before rest of King County

Fire Blotter | speeding car leaves road, hits tree; river rescue; ant hill on fire; RV trailer fire

Governor’s Stay Home order expires May 31st; King County applying for ‘phase 1.5’ to reopen more businesses

Snoqualmie Mayor donates plasma to help seriously ill COVID-19 patients; pop-up blood donor center coming to city hall

Governor issues proclamation allowing Snoqualmie Tribe to use fuel sales proceeds for COVID-19 response and recovery

Encompass Rise & Thrive Breakfast virtual fundraiser raises over $100,000

Public comment period extended for Snoqualmie Mill Site development environment impact statement

Man dies after fall from Little Si climbing area in North Bend

New Snoqualmie building – Spring Plaza – close to opening, but with a few changes

Reunited: Opstad Elementary Teachers, Students pull off special reverse Car Parade on North Bend campus

Adventures in Pandemic Unemployment

The Great Scotch Broom Census: help state locate, eliminate the invasive plant species

North Bend, Snoqualmie Playgrounds, Skateparks, Bike Park Remain Closed, likely until July

50 organizations create new Washington Outdoor Coalition, share Key Tips to #RecreateResponsibly this Memorial Day

Washington expands COVID-19 contact tracing capacity, critical as state moves toward phase 2 of reopening

100 Women Who Care donate BIG to Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation; funds will support remote learning needs

Snoqualmie establishes COVID-19 Small Business, Community Relief Program using CARES Act funding

District awarded grant to add electric school bus to fleet

Election 2020: Washington State 5th District senate, house races include one primary, one unopposed

7 Snoqualmie Valley area Trails to Try for Better Physical Distancing

Emergency crews work late into night, rescue two people from Snoqualmie River in Middle Fork area

$4 million targeted to help unincorporated King County small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Snoqualmie’s popular 4th of July community fireworks display postponed

North Bend to hold virtual Town Hall to discuss Water Conservation Ordinance

Living Snoqualmie