Updated: Late Morning Snoqualmie House Fire Extinguished

UPDATE: Initially the fire is being ruled as accidental, with the estimated cause being an overloaded electrical outlet. Initial estimates are a $350,000 loss to the structure and contents. Snoqualmie Fire … [Read more...]

24th Annual Rise & Shine Volunteer Celebration Event: Nominations are being accepted now!

All too often, the volunteer efforts of engaged citizens remain unseen or forgotten. The Rise & Shine Volunteer Celebration Event is an occasion to recognize so many eligible volunteers' generosity. The … [Read more...]

Finding Stubbs: A Rat Tail; the Finale

I’ll admit it, by this point I had kind of resigned myself to growing old with Stubbs. At this point, I no longer believed I could catch this little furry Mother%$#&*^. I was now just trying to … [Read more...]

Eligibility expands to everyone 16 and older in Washington state

Starting today everyone 16 and older who wants a COVID-19 vaccine can receive one in Washington. The eligibility expansion marks the four-month anniversary of vaccine rollout in our state. Since mid-December, … [Read more...]

Twenty-Seven Snoqualmie Valley Positions Open this November

The Snoqualmie Valley will have many local positions open in the 2021 general election. Applications for online candidate filing open on May 17 and close May 21. Local positions open in this year’s … [Read more...]

Burglary Suspects Arrested at Mt. Si Golf Course

On April 11, 2021, Snoqualmie Officers responded to the Mt. Si Golf Course regarding a burglary alarm.  The monitoring company could hear breaking glass and male voices inside the Pro Shop. The … [Read more...]

Serious Car vs Motorcycle Accident in Fall City Leads to Multiple Charges for One Driver

At approximately 4 pm on Tuesday, April 13th a White Chevy TrailBlazer was traveling southbound on 203 approaching 202. A motorcycle was traveling northbound 203 just north of 202. The Chevy crossed the … [Read more...]

The Washington State Department of Health’s Statement on Pausing the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

The Washington State Department of Health will pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson (J & J) vaccine statewide starting immediately, following the guidance of the FDA/CDC. Use of that vaccine will be … [Read more...]

Finding Stubbs: A Rat Tail; the Search (Part Two)

While researching rats and how to rid yourself of them, I learned they could be destructive, but until you experience a stubborn, smart one, I don’t think you really can imagine their catastrophic prowess at … [Read more...]

Mother Nature Teases us with a Wacky Weather Weekend

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] Well, It seemed that Mother Nature really had our whole Saturday well planned out for us. It started with a 2.8 magnitude earthquake at 12:38 am then finished … [Read more...]

Final Update: Pass Open Both Directions

FINAL UPDATE 12:16: I-90 is back open in both directions and traffic should start moving shortly. … [Read more...]

North Bend Special Recycling Event Happens April 24th

The City of North Bend’s annual spring Special Recycling Event happens Saturday, April 24, 2021 from 9AM to 3PM at Snoqualmie Middle School (SMS), 9200 Railroad Ave SE. This year’s event also includes free … [Read more...]

Finding Stubbs: A Rat Tail (Part One)

About a year ago, I wrote an article about the rodents who share the Snoqualmie Valley with us. I reminisced about the times we had to battle rats, saying I would “…keep trying to keep them outside and safe … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Library Reopens this Week

The Snoqualmie Library reopens this week with modified in-building services at reduced capacity. Residents may now browse collections; use computers, copiers, and printers; access Wi-Fi; and get socially … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccination Partnership to Supply Vaccines for Eligible Eastside Residents Living on Snoqualmie Tribal Ancestral Lands

The cities of Issaquah and Sammamish with Eastside Fire & Rescue have been working together for the past few months to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to East King County residents. Now, the establishment of … [Read more...]

MSHS Homecoming 2021: Different in a Pandemic, but Still an Event to Remember

Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back former students and members and celebrating an organization's existence. It is a tradition in many high schools & colleges in the United States. … [Read more...]

Eastside Catholic School Names Class of 2021 Valedictorians and Salutatorians: Including Two Snoqualmie Valley Students

Eastside Catholic is proud to announce the Class of 2021 valedictorians and salutatorians. This year, the school congratulates four valedictorians and two salutatorians. Please join them in celebrating these … [Read more...]

Training Neighbors to Restore Their Watersheds

Applications are now being accepted for a program that empowers local community members with a passion for streams, clean water, and local wildlife. The Community Action Training School(CATS) provides a free … [Read more...]

Despite Blowing Wind and Rain, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Hosts its First Mass Vaccination Clinic Outdoors

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital administered more than 800 COVID vaccines this past weekend at its first-ever mass vaccination event at the hospital. The drive-thru event was hosted in partnership with the … [Read more...]

The Snoqualmie Tribe’s Vaccination Clinic: A Firsthand Account & Gov. Jay Inslee Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands to all Washington Adults

Gov. Inslee announced today that effective April 15, all Washington residents over the age of 16 will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. I had the luck to be in the right place at the … [Read more...]