Snoqualmie Valley School District, local restaurants giving back to healthcare workers on the front lines

Joining organizations and school districts around the region, this week the Snoqualmie Valley School District donated extra personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies to help with the ongoing novel … [Read more...]

Salish Lodge adapts to New Normal with enhanced To-Go Menu, complete with Easy Valet Pick-up

[Sponsored Content] For generations, Salish Lodge & Spa has been a place where people go to celebrate a special anniversary in The Dining Room, gather with friends for cocktails in The Attic, and enjoy … [Read more...]

Sallal Water Association to hold important annual meeting remotely, March 30th

The Sallal Water Association is reminding members that its March 30th annual meeting will still happen remotely using Zoom. Per the Sallal meeting announcement, "With the current outbreak of COVID-19 and … [Read more...]

They’ve earn retirement: North Bend Theatre launches capital campaign to replace 80-year old seats

They were there on opening day, April 9, 1941. Let that sink in for a minute. They comforted Snoqualmie Valley community members and provided escape as the country fought battles, won wars, mourned … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Safeway to start special shopping hours for community members at-risk for COVID-19, will hold back items for those shoppers

Safeway (and stores owned by Albertsons Companies) announced yesterday that it will begin special shopping hours for people considered most vulnerable to COVID-19, which includes those 60 and over, pregnant and … [Read more...]

Tribe to temporarily close Snoqualmie Casino, will continue to pay employees

The Snoqualmie Tribe said late Monday, March 16th that "to protect the health and well-being of the community and the casino team members," it has decided to temporarily suspend all casino operations through … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Business Guide during COVID-19 restrictions

As the Snoqualmie Valley moves into a new normal during the COVID-19 outbreak, we thought we'd share with you some of the things your favorite local establishments are doing to continue serving their customers. … [Read more...]

Governor’s emergency proclamation closes local restaurants, bars; Snoqualmie Valley Hospital suspends coronavirus testing center

UPDATE | MARCH 16th, 5:30PM Snoqualmie Valley Hospital's COVID-19 Testing Site is temporarily suspending sample collections due to national manufacturer back-orders on collection supplies.  SVH stated, … [Read more...]

No Boat Brewing hosts special Fundraiser for Snoqualmie Valley Firefighters, February 29th

On Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 4-8PM, No Boat Brewing in Snoqualmie is holding a special event to help Snoqualmie Firefighters raise money as they 'gear up' to participate in the March 8th Firefighter … [Read more...]

Couldn’t Let Go of their Dream: BasePoint Fitness owners find new space, re-open in downtown North Bend

After losing their lease last April, things looked a bleak for BasePoint Fitness, with owners Paul and Kim Goldenberger thinking it was the end of the line for the small business they'd spent four years … [Read more...]

Just a regular person doing what she can for the town she loves: Beth Burrows named North Bend Citizen of the Year

One thing is very clear when it comes to Beth Burrows: she is devoted to North Bend and making it a thriving place to live, work and visit. Her dedication was recognized Tuesday night, February 4, 2020 when … [Read more...]

Go ahead, use that phone to vote: Snoqualmie company’s technology at center of largest mobile voting pilot in country

There's an upcoming - and somewhat obscure - King County election in which you can vote using your cell phone or computer, and the company making that possible is headquartered right here in the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Casino employees save man after heart attack, honored with Eastside Fire & Rescue Lifesaving Award

There were some special guests at the January 22nd Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Eastside Fire & Rescue firefighters attended the luncheon to honor three members of the Snoqualmie Casino … [Read more...]

Heirloom Cookshop closing Snoqualmie location, looking for new home

Heirloom Cookshop owner Kristen Schumacher announced that a rent increase for the historic Snoqualmie building that houses her 3-year old business is what triggered the tough decision to look for a new … [Read more...]

North Bend Downtown Foundation launches Ripple Effect Award, honors beloved Bartell’s employee

The New Year has brought a new award to North Bend, designed specifically to recognize people who make a difference in your day; people who "make a gloomy day brighter, lighten our load, and make us smile." … [Read more...]