Washington coronavirus cases rising: Governor reduces phase 3 social gatherings to 10, says ‘steps backward’ could be needed

As COVID-19 cases in Washington State continue to increase, on Thursday, July 16th, a seemingly frustrated Governor Inslee held another press conference to announce another change related to the state's Safe … [Read more...]

Inside Look at new Snoqualmie Sno-King Ice Arena, anticipated opening September 2020

After a one-month work stoppage due to the statewide coronavirus pandemic shutdown, in late April Sno-King was allowed to re-start construction on its new ice rink in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business … [Read more...]

Teen dies after bridge jumping into Snoqualmie River

UPDATE | July 14th, 9:45PM City of Snoqualmie PIO Joan Pliego sadly confirmed the 17-year old male died after bridge jumping into the Snoqualmie River Tuesday afternoon. See full story below. ORIGINAL … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie MOD Pizza temporarily closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19

On Saturday, July 11, 2020 Snoqualmie residents began inquiring on social media, asking why the popular Snoqualmie Ridge MOD Pizza location was closed. As is typically the case on social media platforms, … [Read more...]

DOH: new report shows coronavirus transmission continues to accelerate in Puget Sound region

On Friday evening, July 10th, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) released its latest statewide COVID-19 situation report, which showed virus transmission still accelerating across most of … [Read more...]

Mailbox Peak: King County Search and Rescue advice to safely hike the popular, strenuous trail

Earlier this week, King County Search and Rescue (KCSAR) warned of the pitfalls of the Mailbox Peak trail near North Bend, saying it is one of the volunteer organization's most frequent search and rescue … [Read more...]

North Bend awards nearly $200,000 in COVID-19 recovery grants to local businesses, community organizations

The City of North Bend recently announced it allocated $183,000 to small businesses and community organizations in need of emergency funding due to the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...]

Construction of new ‘Tree Farm’ housing development in North Bend starts mid July

On July 10th the City of North Bend announced construction starts next week on the new Tree Farm development - a planned 58-home subdivision located on the east side of Maloney Grove and just south of SE … [Read more...]

Summertime Fun: Meadowbrook Farm to transform into Drive-in Theatre, July 23rd

If you're my age - think born in the 70's - you might remember weekend summer nights at the drive-in theater in the family station wagon. My parents used to pick double-features, grab our sleeping … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie awards $435,000 in COVID-19 recovery grants to local businesses, community organizations

The City of Snoqualmie announced it has officially allocated $435,000 to local businesses and community organizations to support recovery from the statewide coronavirus pandemic shutdown. The city … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School District announces Fall Reopening Plan

In a July 8th letter to families, Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Rob Manahan announced the district's Fall Reopening Plan. [Read earlier story First Look at Snoqualmie Valley School … [Read more...]

North Bend awarded $1.4 million grant for another roundabout at busy intersection

It's no secret that North Bend has lots of roundabout projects in its 6-year Transportation Improvement Plan. Construction is almost complete on the city's newest roundabout at North Bend Way and Park … [Read more...]

Nice Work! Snoqualmie Pop-up Blood Drive yields big results

In June, the City of Snoqualmie partnered with BloodWorks Northwest to bring a pop-up blood drive to the Snoqualmie Valley. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, BloodWorks Northwest - which provides about 95% … [Read more...]

Social Isolation is Hard: COVID-19 and Your Emotional Health

[Guest Article by Dawn Finney, Behavioral Health Therapist at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital] For many in our Snoqualmie Valley community, the current coronavirus outbreak is triggering increased anxiety.  … [Read more...]

Thomas the Tank Engine cancels popular summer stop in Snoqualmie

Last week the Northwest Railway Museum announced that Thomas the Tank Engine has cancelled his annual appearance in Snoqualmie due to concerns about COVID-19 pandemic. This is will be the first … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley reports 45 new coronavirus cases over past month

On June 28th we published an article showing very little spread of COVID-19 in the Snoqualmie Valley throughout May and June. In fact, from May 30th to June 28th, the Snoqualmie Valley - from Duvall to North … [Read more...]

Construction of new, improved North Bend skatepark starts July 9th

Si View Metropolitan Park District announced construction of its new, much-anticipated skatepark facility at Torguson Park starts on July 9th, 2020. Construction of the skatepark first involves removing the … [Read more...]

First Look at Snoqualmie Valley School District Preliminary Fall Reopening Plan

At a July 2nd Snoqualmie Valley School Board work session, preliminary information on the district's fall reopening plan was presented. An announcement to families is expected on July 8th. The district has … [Read more...]

Come Cheer them On: Snoqualmie hosts 4th of July Car Parade to honor Front Line Workers

The 4th of July looks a little different in Snoqualmie this year due to coronavirus restrictions. The community fireworks display has been postponed and ROA's big event at the park has been cancelled. … [Read more...]

Inslee announces statewide No Mask – No Service rule, phase progression halted for two weeks

Facing increasing cases of coronavirus in Washington - and surging cases in other areas of the country - on Thursday, July 2nd, Governor Inslee announced a new statewide emergency order requiring businesses to … [Read more...]