May 2020

Albert Lee Appliance eyes North Bend for new retail sales, furniture distribution center

Governor backs off requirement that restaurant patrons provide contact information during state’s phased reopening

Community invited to give public comment on Snoqualmie Mill Site Draft Environmental Impact Statement, May 20th

Snoqualmie business announces closure, says financial risk, COVID-19 capacity and safety rules make reopening not feasible

Working to Honor the Mount Si High School Class of 2020: Babies of 9/11, Graduates of the Pandemic

Fire Blotter | river rescue; semi vs car at Tiger Mt. summit; propane left on; ruptured irrigation line causing severe damage

North Bend Theatre, North Bend Film Fest and Volition Brewing Team Up for New Virtual Movie Night

Fraud reports surge for fake unemployment claims, intercepted stimulus checks; Snoqualmie Valley School district targeted

North Bend, Snoqualmie ‘Spring into Action’ with a BIG parade for seniors this Saturday

Letter | Please delay Snoqualmie Mill Site Draft EIS public review until stay home order lifts

King County’s COVID-19 Phase 2 Reality: masked up and low business occupancy

Hiking in the time of Covid-19: North Bend locals ask for more thoughtfulness

Middle Fork Road reopens after December landslide caused severe damage, forced closure

Nonprofits Innovate: Encompass takes annual Rise & Thrive Breakfast fundraiser virtual on May 19th

Snoqualmie Valley owned business releases new book inspired by daughters and dedicated to the Class of 2020

Letter | Local small business owners may lose life’s work during state Stay Home order

Iconic Twede’s Cafe sold to local Twin Peaks fans; working on few menu, interior changes

Warm Temperatures AND gusty gap winds on tap for Snoqualmie Valley this weekend

North Bend names David Miller permanent City Administrator

Trail Youth Coffee Home back open for to-go, mobile orders AND fundraising for new coffee trailer to serve community

Mount Si High School student dies of fentanyl-laced drug overdose

North Bend brings Water Conservation Ordinance back to council, if passed would take effect summer 2020

Snoqualmie Falls Park to reopen May 8th, but some areas will remain closed

Fall City Fire District temporarily changes outdoor burning rules

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