June 2020

Second serious morning accident causes semi to catch fire near Snoqualmie, closes westbound I-90 at exit 31

King County applies for Phase 2: could expand business capacity, relax social gathering restrictions by Friday

Overnight shooting leaves two men dead near Fall City

Early morning wrong-way accident brings westbound I-90 to standstill near North Bend

2020 North Bend Farmers Market open for business, but with a few changes

‘Take a Seat for Kids’ returns to the Snoqualmie Valley, features one-of-a-kind Adirondack chairs to support Encompass

DOH: New report shows increasing COVID-19 activity, some Eastern Washington counties now comparable to King County at March peak

State wants kids back in classroom this fall; Snoqualmie Valley School District reopening plan expected by early July

Fire Blotter | Drank ‘way too much’ and laid down at post office; naked and drinking from a sprinkler; duck stuck in drain

No PGA Golf in Snoqualmie this summer: 2020 Boeing Classic cancelled

Snoqualmie City Council names Rick Rudometkin permanent city administrator

Snoqualmie Casino officially reopens: capacity reduced, extensive safety protocols implemented

A Life of Impact: Dillon Garnes, the Friend Everyone called their Best Friend

Rattlesnake Lake Rec Area partially reopens June 11th; Rattlesnake Ledge Trail remains closed

North Bend taking grant applications for small business, community organization COVID-19 relief program through June 12th

Understanding the Snoqualmie Valley’s cat of many names: the cougar

Hundreds fill downtown North Bend: peacefully protest racial inequality, stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

City of North Bend, Snoqualmie Police prepare for anti-racism protest; say will provide extra officers, have additional resources on standby

King County approved for phase 1.5, immediately allows limited reopening of many businesses, activities

North Bend protest planned to bring community together to peacefully unite, stand against racism

King County submits ‘Phase 1.5’ plan to reopen more businesses, expanded to include some indoor restaurant seating

Class of 2020: a look back at the history and events that Shaped the Journey

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Superintendent condemns racist behaviors and practices; encourages conversations on violence, race, and privilege

Grant Applications for Snoqualmie’s COVID-19 small business, community organization relief program due by June 8th