Covid Outbreak at Nursing Facility in North Bend: 23 patients and 23 Staff Infected

Reports surfaced recently that Regency North Bend Rehabilitation & Nursing was having a significant Coronavirus outbreak. According to a Communications Specialist for Public Health – Seattle & King … [Read more...]

Good News! Christmas hasn’t been Cancelled!

It’s that time again! Time for the annual Christmas Treelot fundraiser run by Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew #115 on the corner of Snoqualmie Parkway and Railroad Ave. Like everything else, the … [Read more...]

Lessons from the past

Last week, a Crosscut article took a look into Seattle’s past and painted a familiar picture for us. It’s October 1918, and Seattle is battling pandemic flu. People are wearing face masks and staying … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – The Thanksgiving Forecast

We've seen a good round of light to moderate gap winds (expected to die out Sunday morning) in the foothills ahead of an incoming weak cold front Sunday night into Monday that should deliver light rain in … [Read more...]

North Bend Beer Runners 1st Annual Turkey Trot (Virtual Edition) to raise money for Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank

No one can argue that this is a time when we all need community, goals to look forward to and ways to help those in need. Matt Miller and Stockard Simon, founders of the North Bend Beer Runners, are looking for … [Read more...]

Accident on I90: Driver under investigation for Vehicular Assault

At 5:02 pm on November 18th, a gray SUV was traveling Westbound I90 in the area of milepost 41. The vehicle left the roadway, struck a tree on the right shoulder and came to a rest on its top in a … [Read more...]

Updated: Extended, full closure of SR 203 near Carnation for repairs begins Monday, November 30th

UPDATE | November 24th Full closure of SR 203 near Carnation is now scheduled to begin Tuesday, December 1st ______________________________________________________________ ORIGINAL … [Read more...]

Eastside Fire & Rescue Launch Annual Food & Toy Drive

Eastside Fire & Rescue (EF&R) is launching their Annual Food & Toy Drive virtually this year. Annually, Eastside Fire & Rescue partners with the Eastside Firefighters Local Union … [Read more...]

Encompass Virtual Autumn Gala – The Power of Us – Brings the Community Together for Children & Families

On November 7th, the Encompass Autumn Gala, The Power of Us, took place in a new venue - YouTube. A record 500 people came together not in a ballroom but in the comfort of their own homes to raise funds for the … [Read more...]

Inslee announces statewide restrictions until December 14th saying, “What’s at stake is life itself.”

Today, Gov. Jay Inslee announced a four-week statewide set of restrictions in response to the recent rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus in Washington and across the country. The new restrictions come … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – Watching Another Potential Windstorm, Snow Levels to Rise (briefly)

[Article by Ryan Porter of Snoqualmie Weather] After a stormy Saturday night, Sunday looks to extend that experience somewhat with rain turning to showers, but gusty conditions continue at … [Read more...]

Winter is Coming~Traction Advisory Snoqualmie Pass

UPDATE | 9:38 AM I-90/Snoqualmie: The pass is open both directions with chains required on all vehicles except AWD/4WD. UPDATE | 8:14 AM Closure on I-90 eastbound at milepost 47, five miles east of the … [Read more...]

Amidst Coronavirus Statewide Surge, Governor Inslee urges Washington Residents to skip the usual Thanksgiving

Governor Jay Inslee gave a public address tonight with his wife Trudi by his side trying to convince Washingtonians to forego social Thanksgivings and warns of coming restrictions. He is expected to announce … [Read more...]

UPDATED: I-90 closed in both directions between North Bend at MP 34 to Ellensburg at MP 106.

UPDATE | 9:48 PM FINAL UPDATE: I-90 is now open in both directions after several spinouts closed the pass from North Bend & Ellensburg UPDATE | 8:08 PM The highway is estimated to open at 10:00 … [Read more...]

Increase in COVID-19 activity statewide extremely concerning as holiday season nears; Health officials call for renewed efforts now

Today the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) released the latest statewide situation report on COVID-19 transmission, which shows disease transmission is happening at an accelerated pace … [Read more...]

Flags of Valor for Veteran’s Day

This year we observe Veterans Day on Wednesday, November 11th but did you know that this federal holiday was initially known as Armistice Day? Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – Turning Wet with Mountain Snow, and Maybe a Windstorm?

[Article by Ryan Porter of Snoqualmie Weather] It's been a chilly but at least sunny start to Sunday, however wet weather looks set to return this week.  With highs likely to run 5-8°F below normal … [Read more...]

Op-Ed: The Battle of Good vs. Evil and The Pillsbury Doughboy

[Article by Matt Pawelski- North Bend, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. Letters and op-eds may be submitted to info@livingsnoqualmie.com] Yep. No matter … [Read more...]

How do you connect with the Snoqualmie River?

The Snoqualmie Tribe is studying the river ecology and landscape processes in the Upper Snoqualmie Corridor. They will develop a plan to share how conditions are expected to change in a warming … [Read more...]

Updated Election Results: Inslee Wins a 3rd term, Mullet has a 34 vote lead over Anderson; Si View prop 1 still not getting needed supermajority

UPDATE | NOVEMBER 6, 2020, 6:53 PM With 3,936,894 ballots counted in the state and 137,239 to go, some races have been decided, and some are still ongoing. As far as the called races go, Jay Inslee (D) … [Read more...]