Pavement Repair Project Will Target Damaged Sections of SR 18 Near Tiger Mountain Summit

Daytime SR 203 Single-lane Closure in Carnation starts Monday, May 13, for Guardrail Repairs

Part-time Weekend Work Now Available at Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

Daytime SR 203 Single-Lane Closure in Carnation

Last Escaped Zebra “Shug” Safely Captured After Week-long Adventure in Washington State

National Search and Rescue Week: A Tribute to Unsung Heroes

Choosing to Co-exist with Wildlife

Empower Youth Network Transitioning to New Leader Max Harrison

Lost in the Flood: The Tale of Edgewick’s Tragic Christmas of 1918

Snoqualmie Premier League: Igniting the Passion for Cricket in our Community

Infrastructure Upgrades Ahead: Duvall Announces Multiple Improvement Projects, Urges Public to Stay Informed During Construction Season

SR 202 in Fall City Reduced to a Single Lane Overnight for Three Nights Starting Monday, April 22

Join Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership’s (SVWL) Spring Connection Gathering, April 30

Senator Hawkins announces Senate re-election campaign

Snoqualmie Tribe Enters Cannabis Industry and Celebrates Grand Opening of Fireweed Cannabis Company on 4/20  

Named Fruit Varieties Immigrate to Washington

SR 18 Reduced to Single Lane with Alternating Traffic near Tiger Mountain for Pavement Repairs

Hawkins Prepares Legislation to Address Tolt Dam False Alarms

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Shares Update and Expresses Need for Bigger Space at City Council Meeting

North Bend and Snoqualmie Tribe Team Up for Recycling Event on April 27

Local Businesses to Gain from Free Tech Help Event at City Hall, May 1

Encompass Announces the 2024 Inspire Breakfast

Get Ready for a Summer Packed with Fun in The Snoqualmie Valley!

Siren Incident in Carnation: Updates on Investigation and Dam Safety Measures

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