Archives for January 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation to Launch New Website with Rider Alerts, Easier Access

Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Getting around Snoqualmie Valley without a car is easy with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation, a project of Mt. Si Senior Center – give them a call at … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Asleep Behind the Wheel; Rollover Accident; Garage Fire

January 19, 2023 EMTs responded to the report of an individual asleep behind the wheel of a vehicle in a church parking lot in downtown Snoqualmie. The person woke up and declined medical … [Read more...]

Valley Center Stage Presents “I and You” by Lauren Gunderson

Valley Center Stage presents Lauren Gunderson’s ode to youth, life, love and the strange beauty of human connection. Winner of the 2014 Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award and Finalist for the Susan Smith … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Traffic Stop with Charges; Unwanted Guest; DUI Accident

January 17, 2023 An officer responded to downtown Snoqualmie to perform a welfare check on two individuals in front of a commercial building, which turned into a criminal trespass response and a warrant … [Read more...]

Expect Congestion Near the I-90/SR-18 Interchange Next Week

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is getting ready for major improvements to the I-90/SR-18 interchange beginning this spring. They're getting some preliminary sign placement and prep … [Read more...]

Spoof it and Sleuth it in North Bend

The North Bend Theatre has just announced its monthly film series for 2023. “Our Finally Film Noir series last year was so fun and such a hit, we decided to double up this year,” states Beth Burrows, … [Read more...]

Tips to Protect Theft-Prone Vehicles, Reduce Risk of Becoming a Victim

Auto Theft continues to be a problem in King County.  Locally, in 2022, Snoqualmie had 30 auto thefts, and North Bend had 28 auto thefts. These numbers are a significant increase from the … [Read more...]

Washington State Patrol Statement on the Incident that Closed SR-18 for Nine Hours

According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), vehicle one, a 2015 Freightliner Cascadia pulling a white trailer, was traveling westbound SR18 at Tiger Mountain in lane one of two. At just after 5 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Leadership Input

The Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors is partnering with GR Consulting to collect input from students, families, staff, and the community about the current strengths and challenges of the … [Read more...]

Updated: All lanes of SR 18 Closed in Both Directions after Incident near Issaquah-Hobart Road

Updated 250 am: All lanes on both directions of SR 18 at Issaquah-Hobart Road are now open. All lanes of eastbound and westbound State Route 18 have been closed following an incident Tuesday evening, … [Read more...]

Changes in Snoqualmie Valley School District Risks Reduction in Access to Highly Capable Services

The Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD) has recently undergone an expert review of its highly capable services. As part of this review, the nomination process has significantly changed. While the district … [Read more...]

Updated: Snoqualmie Police Dept Investigating Armed Robbery with Shot Fired

Update 1:49 pm Tuesday, January 24th The Snoqualmie Police Department has received the robbery video and has released the following photograph of the suspect to the media. When asked how the Chevron … [Read more...]

Help Save a Life with CPR, AED, First Aid, and Stop the Bleed Classes

The Snoqualmie Fire Department is hosting First Aid/CPR/Automatic external defibrillator (AED) classes, CPR/AED classes, and a Stop the Bleed Class in the first half of 2023. CPR/AED Class This … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Pedestrian on Side of Freeway; Fall at Golf Club; Possible Fentanyl Ingestion

January 12, 2023 EMTs responded to I-90 east of North Bend for the report of a pedestrian on the side of the roadway. Crews located the person, who was approximately 100 feet in the woods and had been since … [Read more...]

The City of North Bend is Seeking your Input: Housing Action Plan Survey and Open House

Do you live or work in North Bend? Do you want to live or work here but have encountered obstacles? The City of North Bend invites you to share your experiences by participating in a … [Read more...]

Public Asked to Help Identify Sidewalk Trip Hazards for Repair in 2023

The City of Snoqualmie is asking for residents’ assistance to identify potential sidewalk trip hazards for inclusion in the City’s 2023 Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Project.  The Public Works … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Wildlife Survival

Have you ever noticed less wildlife in the area from October through April? While we can choose to stay inside bundled up by the fire when the weather turns bad, our wild valley animals must find different ways … [Read more...]

Tennant Trailhead Park Groundbreaking Ceremony Celebrates New Recreation Opportunities in North Bend

January 11th marked the official groundbreaking ceremony celebrating North Bend’s new Tennant Trailhead Park construction. Si View Metro Parks hosted a small gathering at the site with project partners. … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Shoplifting; Welfare Check; Theft at Bartells

January 8, 2023 An employee reported the theft of backpacks from a store at the North Bend Outlet Mall. The stolen merchandise was valued at nearly $1,750. A description of the suspect, their associated … [Read more...]

Seattle Audubon Returns Ancestral Lands to Snoqualmie Indian Tribe: Nonprofit Supports Land Back through Donation 

Seattle Audubon and Snoqualmie Indian Tribe recently closed on a land donation in the Snoqualmie Valley area, returning land to the Snoqualmie Tribe, whose people have lived in the area since time … [Read more...]