Opening Day 2023 Boeing Classic Jet Flyover Video – In Case You Missed It!

If you had to work today or just forgot it was happening until you saw the large, blue Boeing jetliner buzz your Valley home, here is some video of today’s (August 11th) flyover.  The flyover … [Read more...]

Updated: Weekly Rock Blasting Closures Resume August 16 on I-90 East of Snoqualmie Pass

 Rock blasting closures will resume on Wednesday, Aug 16, on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass. The Washington State Department of Transportation and contractor crews will close I-90 for … [Read more...]

Boeing Jet Flyovers Will Kick Off and Close Boeing Classic Tournament

Be sure to look up in the sky for the famous flyovers on August 11 and August 13! For the second year in a row, the Boeing Classic will feature two jet flyovers marking the start and end of the tournament. … [Read more...]

Temporary Speed Reductions on SR 18 Between Tiger Mountain and I-90 begin Monday, Aug. 7

Construction along State Route 18 near Tiger Mountain has slowed traffic through the area since it began. With temporary speed limit reductions on the way next week, travelers should plan now for a little … [Read more...]

Vehicle Fire Blocking all Lanes Westbound I90 at Milepost 22

Update 412 pm: Westbound I-90, west of Preston-Fall City Rd SE, has two lanes now open. Plan for some delays as emergency vehicles are still in the area. Update 250 pm: All lanes of Westbound I90 are closed … [Read more...]

Swim Safety Tips from the King County Sheriff’s Office

The King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) would like to remind us all about the importance of water safety. Recent incidents in the Snoqualmie River have resulted in tragedy. Swimming in pools or … [Read more...]

A Weekend in Review: Panic, Traffic, Italian Food, Six: The Musical, Swifties and More!

Little did my sister and I know when we got tickets to see Six: The Musical, that we had booked them on the BUSIEST weekend so far this year in Seattle. Other than watching the funny Tik Toks of … [Read more...]

SR 202 Reduced to One Lane Monday, July 24, North of Snoqualmie for Fish Passage Work 

State Route 202 north of Snoqualmie will be reduced to one lane Monday, July 24, for daytime geotechnical work ahead of an upcoming fish passage improvement project. Flaggers will alternate traffic through the … [Read more...]

Washington State Patrol Urges Drivers to Make Good Choices After Deadly Weekend on State Highways

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is urging drivers to make good choices behind the wheel this summer following an alarming number of fatality collisions over the past week. The reminder comes amid … [Read more...]

More Upcoming I-90 Lane Reductions Near Preston

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has been reducing lanes on sections of westbound I-90 between Preston and Issaquah for about a year now, but this should be the last multi-day … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part Two)

The Indian Wars of 1855 and ‘56 brought militia and five forts to the Snoqualmie. Valley. There was concern that the Snoqualmie would join forces with the Yakima and wipe out the American … [Read more...]

Capturing Nature’s Magic: One Local Resident’s Trail Cam Journey in the Snoqualmie Valley

-Guest post by Susan Burk I grew up in a small town with many wooded areas nearby, and seeing wildlife was common. I always loved it, but it wasn’t until after I’d lived in Snoqualmie that I started getting … [Read more...]

SR 18 Between I-90 and Issaquah-Hobart Road to Close for Annual Maintenance Work July 21-23

Both directions of State Route 18 will close for annual maintenance the weekend of July 21-23. Beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, July 21, through noon Sunday, July 23, SR 18 will close to eastbound and … [Read more...]

Friend or Foe? A Guide to the Bee-wildering Array of Black and Yellow Flying Insects

As you may know, my name is Melissa. Because of this, I’ve always been interested in the story surrounding the mythological character. There are several versions of the tale, my personal favorite being … [Read more...]

Transportation Updates – Highway 18 and State Route 203

Guest Post by Sen. Brad Hawkins As you may know, the 12th District boundaries changed last year to include portions of Snohomish and King counties. As the new State Senator representing these areas and a … [Read more...]

Siberian Husky Archie Disappears in the Snoqualmie Valley, Sparking a Community-Wide Search Effort

On June 24, a dog owner’s worst nightmare came true for Carly Hutson. While camping, she and her dog, a Siberian Husky named Archie, were enjoying some cool down time in a very shallow area of the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

SR 18 Reduced to One Lane, July 8 North of Tiger Mountain for Emergency Repair

 People who use State Route 18 should expect increased congestion early Saturday morning, July 8, so emergency pavement repairs can be made north of Tiger Mountain.  From 4 to 9 a.m. Saturday, July … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Fireworks Show from 250 Feet

In case you missed it, here is the Red, White & Boom show on July 4th, produced by the Church on the Ridge in Snoqualmie. The video was taken by … [Read more...]

See You at Movies and Music in the Park this Summer

Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars for the Summer Movies and Music in the Park series in Snoqualmie! Music in the Park events will be held at Snoqualmie Community Park at … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Fire Dept. Offers Free Opioid Education and Overdose Reversal Training Class, July 11, 2023

With the dramatic rise in opioid use, addiction, and overdoses across our region, the Snoqualmie Fire Dept. will offer a new Opioid Education and Opioid Overdose Reversal Training Class on Tuesday, July 11, … [Read more...]

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