Celebrate Carnation Farms Summer Sundays Free Concert Series

Visit Carnation Farms’ historic grounds for an unforgettable, free summer concert series, where you can unwind, bask in the beauty of nature, and indulge in new summer traditions. The … [Read more...]

Exciting Community Sporting Event: Fun-Filled Activities for All Ages!

The Sno Valley Club is thrilled to announce an exhilarating sporting event that will captivate and entertain sports enthusiasts in the Snoqualmie Valley! Get ready to experience a blend of thrilling … [Read more...]

Opinion: Delayed Long-Term Care Tax Soon to Take Effect

Guest Opinion Post by Sen. Brad Hawkins I have received considerable correspondence in recent weeks concerning the upcoming implementation of the “Washington Cares Fund.” This 2019 law created a trust to … [Read more...]

North Bend Art & Industry Ribbon Cutting and Open House

North Bend Art and Industry (NBA&I) finally has a home! Their first location will present more classes, workshops, art showings, and small events.   NBA&I will continue to grow toward its … [Read more...]

Updated: All Lanes Blocked on Westbound SR 18 Just East of 256th Street in Maple Valley

Update: Both Eastbound lanes open now. Emergency vehicles on the left shoulder. Use caution through the area as the investigation continues. ORIGINAL STORY Westbound State Route 18 just east of 256th … [Read more...]

A Sneak Peek into PAWS New Wildlife Center in Snohomish

Loving domestic and wild animals and helping those in need whenever possible is sometimes challenging, heartbreaking, and rewarding. In my early adult years, I worked in emergency services and … [Read more...]

Officer Involved Shooting on I-90 Closes Freeway Overnight

According to Sgt. Cody Mann of the Kirkland Police Department, the Independent Force Investigation Team (IFIT), responded to Westbound I-90 near milepost 25 for an officer-involved shooting. The incident … [Read more...]

Westbound I-90 between Preston and Issaquah will reduce to one lane starting 9 p.m. June 18

Westbound Interstate 90 will be reduced to one lane at 9 p.m. Sunday, June 18, between Preston and Issaquah. The lane reduction will remain in place 24 hours a day for one week. The freeway currently … [Read more...]

Rabid Bat Found in Eastern King County: What You Should Know

In early June, an eastern King County resident and their unvaccinated puppy were exposed to rabies after potentially contacting a bat in the bushes near their home. The bat was collected and sent to the … [Read more...]

King County Metro Plans for Bus Route Changes and Updates this Fall

King County Metro will be changing several bus route schedules throughout the region this fall, with the intention of improving the reliability of trips while also working to better match staffing and fleet … [Read more...]

Week-Long Lane Reductions on Westbound I-90 East of Issaquah Start Sunday Night, June 11

The final two major lane reductions for the westbound Interstate 90 paving project will begin Sunday night, June 11. The closures will be in place 24 hours a day for two weeks. Contractor crews … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Fire Department Offers a Free Opioid Education and Overdose Reversal Training Class in June

According to King County, “By October 15, 2022, 710 overdose deaths had occurred in King County, surpassing the total number of overdose deaths that occurred in 2021. The recent surge in overdose deaths is … [Read more...]

Celebrate Pride Month in the Snoqualmie Valley

Mayor Rob McFarland is proud to proclaim June as Pride Month in North Bend. The City of North Bend recognizes how important it is for people in our community to feel safe, valued, empowered, and supported by … [Read more...]

Long-term Closure of SR 18 Truck Climbing Lanes Near Snoqualmie to Begin June 7 for Highway Widening

People who use State Route 18 near I-90 should continue to plan extra time for their trips as contractor crews work to widen the highway and redesign the interchange. SR 18 closuresTo prepare for … [Read more...]

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

Church on the Ridge has announced the highly 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...]

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 2022, fire agencies also reported 6,536 … [Read more...]

Overnight Closure of Westbound SR-18 Planned for May 25, near Maple Valley

Westbound State Route 18 will have a full nighttime closure Thursday, May 25. Eastbound lanes will remain open. Drivers should consider alternate routes during the May 25 overnight closure. There is no … [Read more...]

Election Filing Deadline has Passed: Who is running for council, mayor and more?

King County Elections week is over, which means we now know who has decided to run for the 21 positions open in the Snoqualmie Valley, including North Bend city council, Snoqualmie city council and … [Read more...]

Stranger From Venus landing in North Bend

The North Bend Theatre continues its Bad Sci-Fi film series with Stranger From Venus, a 1954 alien invasion film that lands in the North Bend Theatre on Saturday at 10 PM.  Stranger From … [Read more...]

Washington State’s Gigantic Bicycle Festival Rings in its 10th Year with Electrifying Music Line-Up

Known for its scenic road and trail bicycle rides, Washington’s premiere music, visual art and bicycle festival is scheduled in Snoqualmie, WA, on August 4th and 5th of this year. Featuring a diverse … [Read more...]

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