State Fire Marshal’s Office Recognizes Wildfire Awareness Month

The Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office joins fire agencies around the state in recognizing the importance of being prepared for wildfire season.    In 2021, more than 1,800 wildfires … [Read more...]

Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area Draft Management Plan Now Open for Public Comment

The Greenway Trust invites feedback on the draft document, which is the product of two years of collaborative planning. The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (Greenway NHA) is a … [Read more...]

Church on the Ridge Announces Sixth Annual Professional Red, White & Boom Fourth of July Fireworks Show in Snoqualmie

Church on the Ridge has announced the anticipated return of its annual professional Fourth of July fireworks show on the 33-acre grounds of Snoqualmie Community Park in Snoqualmie, WA. Red, White … [Read more...]

Update Friday: King County Sheriff’s Office Searches for an Armed Suspect Near Duvall

Update Friday: There was a first court appearance for the man involved in the Duvall domestic violence shooting investigation. The first appearance judge found probable cause … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Unprecedented May Wind Event Possible for Wednesday

The Snoqualmie Valley has a November wind storm heading our way on May 18th. This won’t be a historic wind event, but this is an unprecedented situation for May. With this spring being the coldest … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie United Methodist Church’s Fundraiser for Ukraine

After eight years of conflict between Russia and Ukraine and following a Russian military build-up on the Russia–Ukraine border from late 2021, the conflict expanded significantly when … [Read more...]

Honoring Our Valley History: Kinsey Street on the Ridge

In his second installment of Honoring Our Valley History, Local Historian Dave Battey shares the connection of history to the street names that honor individuals and remind us of families that have been … [Read more...]

North Bend’s Princess Ursus Americanus: A Cautionary Tale

Once upon a time, in the land of the Pacific Northwest, there was a quiet, quaint kingdom of the Evergreen Valley. This valley was nestled up against a stunning snowy mountain range to the east and was far … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets: Six Boredom Busters for your Dog

Guest Post by Andrea Logan Is your dog still hyper after a long walk or game of fetch? Are you stretched for time? Instead of adding more physical exercise to your dog’s routine, add a few brain games to … [Read more...]

North Bend to Ellensburg Summer Construction – 2022 Construction Projects and Expected Delays

Cross-state travelers will need to add extra travel time to their summer and fall trips. The Washington State Department of Transportation and construction crews will be busy improving sections of Interstate 90 … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Celebrates opening Snoqualmie Ridge Urgent Care with Ribbon Cutting

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, in coordination with the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce, will celebrate the opening of Snoqualmie Ridge Urgent Care Wednesday, May 4, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. Snoqualmie Ridge … [Read more...]

Thomas the Tank Engine & Day Out with Thomas Roll Into Snoqualmie

Peep Peep – Get ready for a day of fun! Thomas the Tank Engine is rolling into Snoqualmie at the Northwest Railway Museum for a day of BIG dreams and even BIGGER smiles. Jump on board Thomas for an … [Read more...]

Coworking at Snoqualmie Pass: Pass Life Workspace – Work Where You Play

Find the balance between work and play at Snoqualmie Pass’s newly established coworking, meeting, and event space. Pass Life Workspace provides a viable place for digital nomads to be productive with … [Read more...]

Mother’s Day Weekend Steam Train Rides

Are you looking for something special and unique for mom on Mother’s Day weekend, May 7-8? Let her “blow off some steam” and give her a fun family experience of a steam train ride through the … [Read more...]

European Cherry Blossoms Announce Spring

Guest post by Snoqualmie Valley Historian -David S. Battey As a tree freak, I get pretty excited over the stunning spring blooms flooding the Northwest right now.  Most are cherry blossoms not planted … [Read more...]

Washington State Patrol Detectives Seeking Witnesses

At approximately 12:10 pm on April 15, 2022, Washington State Patrol communications received a 9-1-1 call reporting that a gray Dodge Challenger was driving erratically on Eastbound I-90 near milepost … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Wildlife: I Killed a Bear

[Guest post by Daryl Ratajczak, a black bear biologist and advocate. Daryl is the former Black Bear Program Coordinator and Chief of Wildlife for the state of Tennessee. He is also a regular wildlife instructor … [Read more...]

Updated: Monday Afternoon Fatality Accident Westbound I90

Final Update 5:30 PM: Westbound I-90 has completely reopened ________________________________________________________ Update 3:18 PM: One lane of Westbound I-90 east of Preston has reopened. The rest … [Read more...]

Hang on to Your Plants; Mother Nature isn’t Ready for Spring

The calendar says Spring, but mother nature doesn’t want us to get too far ahead. We have a lot of rain, some wind for the lowlands and possibly up to two feet of snow for the cascade … [Read more...]

Help the King County Sheriff Find a Missing Valley Woman

The King County Sheriff’s Office seeks our help in finding twenty-six-year-old Hana Amin. Hana's family has not seen her since Wednesday and they’re concerned for her wellbeing. She is known to ride … [Read more...]