Spring Officially on the Books, But Snow a Possibility in Snoqualmie Valley Foothills?

It's a crazy first day of spring, and it's keeping local weather forecasters busy.  If you peek at the radar right now, you might even see a thunderstorm heading toward the Snoqualmie Valley. If you look at … [Read more...]

Hoops for Hope Takes over Cascade View Gym this Saturday, Supporting World Vision Strong Women, Strong World Initiative

Its inaugural event was so successful last year, that Eastside Women of Vision, a volunteer ministry of World Vision, is bringing Hoops for Hope back to the Snoqualmie Valley, with the hope of topping the … [Read more...]

SVSD Superintendent Joel Aune Named Top 6 Candidate for Renton Superintendent Position

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent, Joel Aune, was recently named one of six finalists for the open Renton (WA) School District superintendent position. According to a press release from the … [Read more...]

Police Want to Know, Do You Recognize This Pregnant Burglar Spotted in North Bend?

Police want to know if you recognize this pregnant burglar or the vehicle she was seen leaving in following a North Bend burglary last week. On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, around 1:30PM, a red convertible … [Read more...]

Trader Joe's Opening New Sammamish Store

There's one thing Snoqualmie Valley shoppers can depend on if they shop at the Issaquah Trader's Joe's - crowds, in both the store and the parking lot.  Maneuvering through the narrow shopping isles is tough, … [Read more...]

City of Snoqualmie's Turn to Host Meeting on Low-Income Apartment Complex

Over the past two months, non-profit housing developer, Imagine Housing, held two public community outreach meetings about its proposed 160-unit affordable housing project, Timber Falls, slated for the Eagle … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Falls Show Off When the River Rises

One thing a subtropical, warm winter weather system brings to the Snoqualmie Valley is rising rivers.  This winter the Valley hasn't endured many flood threats.  The couple we've had were minor at best. The … [Read more...]

Car, Cyclist Accident in Historic Snoqualmie Reminder to Take it Slow During Busy After School Hours

If you drive Railroad Ave during that after school time of day, you know the main thoroughfare through historic Snoqualmie is a busy place. This 30MPH section of Railroad Ave/SR 202 is fairly busy just from … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Pets 101: Proper Poop Etiquette, a Satire Years in the Making

This is the latest from guest columnist, Melissa Grant, who is a pet expert and in-home dog trainer at Le Chic Pet in Issaquah. I  have to admit, this one made me giggle.  To get more training tips visit the … [Read more...]

Two Rivers School: Inside the Blue Building, Seeing the Incredible Work Being Done

What is your initial perception when you think of Snoqualmie Valley's alternative school, Two Rivers?  Before you even think it to yourself, STOP, read and learn.  There is great work being done at the small … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Teen Captures National Ski Championship Title!

** Update, 3/12/13, 6PM: Anna and Linnea placed 1st and 4th in the Super G race on Tuesday, March 12th, continuing their success at this year's championships. ** They are cheering up at Alpental, home to the … [Read more...]

Commuter Alert! State Troopers Crack Down on Left Lane Drivers Today

Drivers, ever tried using the left lane to pass only to get nowhere because other cars are just hanging out there, gingerly making their way to where ever they may be going, when they could move over and … [Read more...]

King County Sheriffs Ask for Public's Help Finding Fairwood Double-Murder Suspect

King County Sheriff’s detectives said they received information that murder suspect Michael (Chad) Boysen may be seeking to obtain firearms and is considered an extreme danger to the public and … [Read more...]

Dreaming of Sunny Summer Days? TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Offers Free Open House March 14th

It's one of those weeks where you look at the 5-day weather forecast and you begin longing for summer.  When the only weather icon you see is rain drops and hear warnings that rivers may experience minor … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie's First Frozen Yogurt Shop, Cherry de Pon, Opening Thursday, March 14th

The Snoqualmie Valley is just one week away from welcoming its first frozen yogurt store.  On Thursday, March 14th, Cherry de Pon will open its colorful doors in the Snoqualmie Ridge Marketplace on Center … [Read more...]

Multiple Car Break-ins Reported on Snoqualmie Ridge, March 7th

In the last 24 hours, the Snoqualmie Police Department has responded to multiple vehicle prowls in the Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood. These most likely occurred in the early morning hours of March 7, 2013. A … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter Fills Need; Community Cooks Provide Hundreds of Meals

The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter opened its doors December 23, 2012 at the North Bend Community Church.  Last month it moved to the Mount Si Lutheran Church at 411 NE 8th Street in North Bend. In just two … [Read more...]

What Will it Take to Bring Closure to North Bend Hit and Run Case?

If you listened to the radio yesterday you might have heard a popular talk radio show, The Ron and Don Show, discuss the unsolved North Bend New Year's Day hit and run case - and the rumor that a small … [Read more...]

NTSB Releases Report on Mount Si Plane Crash; Pilot Intoxicated

It's been a year since North Bend residents awoke to a loud explosion as a low-flying small airplane crashed into the side of Mount Si around 2AM on February 15, 2012. Hiking trails were closed for weeks as … [Read more...]

Three Days Only: Learn About QThru Mobile App Shopping and Save $5 on Your IGA Groceries

Have you seen the QThru checkout stand near the front of the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA?  Wonder what it is or how to use it instead of standing in line with a 5 items?  Well, here's your chance to figure it all out … [Read more...]