Mother Nature Tries, and Fails, to Wrestle New 12th Man Flag Away from its Hillside Home

After a dramatic Seahawks win 27-26 win over the Minnesota Vikings, Dr. Mike Treuting and his new 12th man flag had an even MORE eventful early morning after the game. As you may remember, Dr. Mike had … [Read more...]

Pick Up or Plant a Tree on Arbor Day & Green Snoqualmie Day

Honor our urban forests on a combined Arbor Day & Green Snoqualmie Day event held October 17, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Community Park, located at 35016 SE Ridge Street. Socially distanced activities include … [Read more...]

Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Another Traffic Snarl on Wednesday

At approximately 2 pm Wednesday, October 14th Kittitas County Sheriff's Office began a pursuit of a white vehicle on westbound I-90 at milepost 63. photo credit WSP Washington State Patrol Troopers became … [Read more...]

Accident on I90: Driver under arrest for vehicular assault

Just after 4pm on eastbound I-90, a serious accident occurred when a truck struck two vehicles waiting to get SR-18. Photo courtesy of WSP Twitter The initial collision launched the vehicle on its side … [Read more...]

North Bend Theatre Reopens After Seven Months

After seven long months, the silver screen lights up again at the North Bend Theatre. The historic theatre closed March 16th when COVID-19 restrictions shut down theatres across the nation.    … [Read more...]

Dahlgren Project Anticipates Breaking Ground This Month

Even though the Friends of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail and River tried mightily to oppose the complex, after nearly 5 years of planning, the new Cedar River Partners Apartment Project is anticipated to break … [Read more...]

Application Process Opens for Snoqualmie COVID-19 Winter Relief Program

Snoqualmie, WA – The application process has opened for small businesses in Snoqualmie and local community organizations impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis to request emergency funding through the City of … [Read more...]

Announcing the Snoqualmie Valley Cares COVID-19 Support Event

Snoqualmie Valley community organizations come together to present a Free COVID-19 community support event, happening on Friday, October 16th.           … [Read more...]

Business Comings: North Bend Interior Designer Opens a Store Within a Store, Chez Toi Designs

I first heard about the new store within a store, from the friend of a friend touting their "sweetest softest tops and sweaters," and how their soy candles were "to die for." I mean, who doesn't love a soft top … [Read more...]

Camp Brown Day Use Area Opens in the Middle Fork

The Camp Brown Day Use Area is now officially open to the public, offering a family-friendly and accessible place to experience the scenic Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. The Camp Brown Day Use Area … [Read more...]

Christensen House Saved: Structural Movers Step in, Stop Demolition

After a slight delay, clearing and grading work on the small, 12-lot Kanim Grove Subdivision has begun along Maloney Grove Ave near downtown North Bend – and with it comes some good news. Initially, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie and North Bend Deciding to Gain Control of King County’s Proposed Sales Tax Increase

Executive Dow Constantine and King County had a plan. This plan proposed the King County Council enact a 0.1 percent sales tax increase to fund a $400 million investment in permanent housing for the homeless. … [Read more...]

Inslee announces updates to Safe Start reopening plan

On Tuesday, October 6th Gov. Jay Inslee announced several updates to Washington's Safe Start reopening plan. The changes seek to align guidance and adjustments to regulations of several … [Read more...]

SR 18 over Tiger Mountain Proves Fatal again last Friday

Highway 18 has been the site of yet another fatal accident. According to North Bend PIO, Danna McCall, Eastside Fire & Rescue responded to an accident near the summit of Tiger Mountain on October … [Read more...]

Give a Night, Save a Life

Please join the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network for their second annual Give A Night Save A Life virtual fundraiser. This event supports SVCN’s suicide prevention programs: #BeKindSV, How to Help a Friend … [Read more...]

Business Update: Swedish Primary Care Snoqualmie Clinic

The Swedish Primary Care Snoqualmie clinic is undergoing maintenance due to recent, and unforeseen, water damage.    Their providers will continue to see … [Read more...]

Caregiver, grief support groups start in October

Mt. Si Senior Center has launched two new online support groups that will begin meeting the first week of October, and both are welcoming people who are struggling with the challenges of pandemic … [Read more...]

New Veterans Memorial Dedicated at North Bend City Hall

On Thursday morning, October 1st, in a very small outdoor ceremony, the City of North Bend, along with representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), the American Legion, the Snoqualmie Tribe and the … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Assault; False Alarm; Bike Accident on Tiger Mountain

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to this past week. September 24thAt 5:38 pm, Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to the residence of a 43-year-old female who had experienced the … [Read more...]

[Story Updated] Public Health investigates COVID-19 outbreak associated with Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie

UPDATE |October 1st I spoke to Alan Stephens, the General Manager/Area Manager of the Salish Lodge & Spa, briefly last night on the phone. He wanted to personally affirm to everyone that the Lodge is … [Read more...]