Emily Hamilton: From Mount Si High School Cheerleader to Miss Washington’s Teen 2023

On June 24th, at the Capital High School Performing Arts Center, Emily Hamilton, a varsity cheerleader from Mount Si High School (MSHS), shone brightly. Initially recognized as Miss Seattle's Teen, she … [Read more...]

Updated: Expect Delays Entering and Exiting Some Snoqualmie Ridge Neighborhoods for Parkway Paving, Aug. 7-14

Updated: Due to rain, Snoq Pkwy paving scheduled for 8/7 will be delayed. It is now scheduled to begin on 8/8, weather permitting. This means intersection paving impacts for some Snoq Ridge 'hoods adjacent to … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Suspicious Male; DUI; Attempted Commercial Burglary

July 24, 2023 Officers were dispatched to a downtown North Bend business for the report of a male who was kicking the walls, pulling plants out of the planters, and spitting. The caller wanted the male … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Firefighters Association 2023 Pancake Breakfast & Silent Auction

During the City of Snoqualmie's Snoqualmie Days celebration, the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association is holding its annual fundraising Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, August 19th. It will be held from 7 to 11 AM … [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...]

North Bend and Snoqualmie Celebrate National Night Out

In the 1970s, Matt Peskin, a resident of a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, spent several years volunteering for a local community watch program. Peskin soon introduced a newsletter that represented … [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...]

The Festival at Mt. Si Kicks Off August 12th in North Bend

The annual historic Festival at Mt. Si is returning to North Bend on Saturday, August 12 and Sunday, August 13. Festival activities include the Grand Parade, fireworks, a 5k Fun Run, live music, a vendor … [Read more...]

First Primary Results Tallied for Snoqualmie City Council and Si View Commissioner Positions

As of 815 PM, August 1, 2023, King County Elections has tallied the first batch of August primary ballots for local races. Countywide, about 19.15% of votes have been returned so far. KC Elections … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Trail Rescue; E-bike Accident; Swift Water Rescue

July 21, 2023 Crews responded to the scene of a minor, one-vehicle accident at Snoqualmie Parkway and Center Blvd to evaluate a driver complaining of back pain following the collision. The person did not … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police and Fire Departments Urge Bike Riders to Wear Helmets

The Snoqualmie Police and Fire departments urge residents of all ages to wear helmets when biking this summer and year-round. Helmets protect against potential life-threatening head … [Read more...]

Pacific West Rail Model Train Museum Project Receives Opposition from Snoqualmie Tribal Council

The Snoqualmie City Council will convene for a special hybrid meeting on Monday, July 31, 2023, to discuss the potential development project of the Pacific West Rail Model Train Museum at the corner of Railroad … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Assault in Progress; Suspicious Activity; Traffic Offense

July 17, 2023 A 911 call came in from the North Bend Safeway for a juvenile female who had just been assaulted. She was bleeding from her face and had a dislocated shoulder. Officers arrived and learned the … [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...]

Snoqualmie Parkway Rehab Project Grinding and Paving Work Begins July 31

Snoqualmie residents should plan for traffic impacts as the grinding and paving portion of the Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Project is scheduled to begin on Monday, July 31, … [Read more...]

Cool Down with Council: Join your Snoqualmie City Councilmembers for Conversation and Cool Treats, on July 27

Snoqualmie residents are invited to join City Councilmembers Ethan Benson, Bryan Holloway, Jo Johnson, Louis Washington, and Rob Wotton for cool treats and conversation on Thursday, July 27, 2023, from 5-6 pm … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Rope Rescue; Smoke/Burn Complaint; Coolant Accident

July 14, 2023 Crews responded to the Snoqualmie River to assist with the rope rescue of an individual who suffered a possible hip dislocation on a rope swing near the river. A low-angle rope rescue was … [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...]

Snoqualmie Mayor Ross Collaborates with Councilmember Perry in calling an Echo Glen Safety and Security Roundtable

In early June, Snoqualmie Mayor Katherine Ross reached out to King County Councilmember Sarah Perry to request a larger conversation about cooperation and collaboration by convening an Echo Glen Children’s … [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...]

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