North Bend seeking nominations for Citizen of the Year Award

Know someone making a positive impact in the City of North Bend? Here's your chance to help the spotlight shine on their good work. According to the city, "Nominations must be for a North Bend resident or … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Nurse locked in medication room; 3-year old pulls alarm, evacuates golf club; time to replace dishwasher

November 21st Around 5:10PM, Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a fire alarm at the Goddard School. On arrival there were no signs of fire, but the alarm panel showed a pulled station in room #9. Upon … [Read more...]

Traffic stop near North Bend turns up stolen car and gun, drugs and child in backseat

The King County Sheriff's Office took to social media to explain a traffic stop near Truck Town in North Bend that led to an arrest, a recovered stolen vehicle, a stolen handgun, an AR-15 rifle, drugs - and a … [Read more...]

Fog to blow out of Snoqualmie Valley soon; little rain, but relatively quiet weather until mid-December

 [Article by contributing writer Ryan Porter, who also owns Snoqualmie Weather. You can also keep up with his local weather forecasts on Twitter.].  Visibility really dropped on … [Read more...]

Finaghty’s Irish Pub sold: new local owners make changes, including enhanced menu

A recent business sale is bringing local ownership back to Finaghty's Irish Pub on Snoqualmie Ridge - along with some noticeable changes inside the Snoqualmie establishment. Snoqualmie residents Adrian Webb … [Read more...]

New Middle Fork trail opens: Garfield Ledges offers ‘big pay off with minimal effort’

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust (MTSGT) recently announced a new trail opening in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley: Garfield Ledges. It was made possible through a partnership between the Mountains to … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Parkway I-90 on-ramp lane opens, metering begins this week

UDDATE | DECEMBER 4TH, 1PM: It looks like WSDOT has pushed the metering start date back one day - to Friday, December 6th. The signs on the on-ramp were changed … [Read more...]

Upcoming open house focuses on Riverwalk Trail, Road Design in downtown Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie residents have an opportunity to learn more about the city's RiverWalk Project at an upcoming open house on Thursday, December 5th from 6:30-8PM at City Hall. Project designers Northwest … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Baby left in car while mom works out; acid trip in parking lot; hit and run car leaves bumper behind

November 27th Theft in Progress At 3:40PM officers responded to the outlet mall for a report of a female that “destroyed” the store before shoplifting and leaving. Officers caught up to the vehicle on … [Read more...]

Fall City gets festive this weekend with 20th annual Holiday Market, tree lighting

Fall City is getting into the holiday spirit this Saturday, December 7th with festive happenings all around town. The 20th annual Holiday Market happens from 10AM to 3PM in the Chief Kanim Middle School … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Gap winds kick up Saturday night, light snow possible Sunday

[Article by contributing writer Ryan Porter, who also owns Snoqualmie Weather. You can also keep up with his local weather forecasts on his website or on Twitter.] Windy Saturday into Sunday... … [Read more...]

Mislabelled package leads to hazmat response at North Bend Theatre Friday night

A strange package led to a large firefighter response, Friday, November 29, 2019 in downtown North Bend. According to a Eastside Firefighter tweet, around 6:30PM multiple units responded for a hazmat call to … [Read more...]

North Bend Film Festival announces 2020 dates; launches Film Submissions, Early-Bird Pass Sales this week

The North Bend Film Festival announced this week that they’ll be returning for a third annual celebration of boundary-pushing film, VR and immersive experiences in 2020. The first four-day festival was … [Read more...]

In close vote, Snoqualmie City council says no to small property tax increase, North Bend Council says yes

According to discussion during the November 25th council meeting, for the first time in about 20 years, the Snoqualmie City Council voted not to [slightly] increase property taxes. State law allows taxing … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | enjoying the brisk morning air; fighting over mom; stolen car with drugs; DUI crash

November 18th Warrants and Guns At 1:30PM officers responded to the 39000 Block of SE Beta Street to search for a suspect in a robbery investigation. The male was located and taken into custody without … [Read more...]