King County and City of Seattle Announce Updates to Employee Vaccine Mandate

In alignment with updated Public Health – Seattle and King County guidance, Executive Dow Constantine and Mayor Bruce Harrell announced yesterday that King County and the City of Seattle will no longer require … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Health Board Approves Resolution to Ask Voters to Lift Levy Rate

Snoqualmie Valley Health Board of Commissioners voted last week in favor of a resolution to ask homeowners within the district to support a levy lid lift on an April 25 ballot. The district seeks to … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation to Launch New Website with Rider Alerts, Easier Access

Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Getting around Snoqualmie Valley without a car is easy with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation, a project of Mt. Si Senior Center – give them a call at … [Read more...]

Spoof it and Sleuth it in North Bend

The North Bend Theatre has just announced its monthly film series for 2023. “Our Finally Film Noir series last year was so fun and such a hit, we decided to double up this year,” states Beth Burrows, … [Read more...]

Tips to Protect Theft-Prone Vehicles, Reduce Risk of Becoming a Victim

Auto Theft continues to be a problem in King County.  Locally, in 2022, Snoqualmie had 30 auto thefts, and North Bend had 28 auto thefts. These numbers are a significant increase from the … [Read more...]

Updated: All lanes of SR 18 Closed in Both Directions after Incident near Issaquah-Hobart Road

Updated 250 am: All lanes on both directions of SR 18 at Issaquah-Hobart Road are now open. All lanes of eastbound and westbound State Route 18 have been closed following an incident Tuesday evening, … [Read more...]

Help Save a Life with CPR, AED, First Aid, and Stop the Bleed Classes

The Snoqualmie Fire Department is hosting First Aid/CPR/Automatic external defibrillator (AED) classes, CPR/AED classes, and a Stop the Bleed Class in the first half of 2023. CPR/AED Class This … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Wildlife Survival

Have you ever noticed less wildlife in the area from October through April? While we can choose to stay inside bundled up by the fire when the weather turns bad, our wild valley animals must find different ways … [Read more...]

Seattle Audubon Returns Ancestral Lands to Snoqualmie Indian Tribe: Nonprofit Supports Land Back through Donation 

Seattle Audubon and Snoqualmie Indian Tribe recently closed on a land donation in the Snoqualmie Valley area, returning land to the Snoqualmie Tribe, whose people have lived in the area since time … [Read more...]

Westbound SR 18 Truck Climbing Lane Closure in Snoqualmie, January 9-12

Travelers heading westbound on State Route 18 should plan for some additional congestion next week as drilling work continues south of the Interstate 90 interchange. From 5 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9 to 5 a.m. … [Read more...]

Detectives Seeking Information About a Pedestrian Fatality Collision

On December 28, 2022, at approximately 9:00 pm, Washington State Patrol (WSP) communications received calls from witnesses reporting a pedestrian was sitting in the roadway eastbound I-90 near milepost … [Read more...]

The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Storm (week) that Ended 2022 with a Brr, Woosh, Bang, Slip and Crack

When North Bend weather’s Mark Davis sent Living Snoqualmie a weather article entitled, Snoqualmie Valley Weather: Will we have a White Christmas, I’m not sure any of us were prepared for how the end of 2022 … [Read more...]

The Year in Review: Top Ten Living Snoqualmie Stories of 2022

As 2022 comes to an end, we thought we’d look back at the most-read stories of this past year. The list was compiled using Living Snoqualmie website traffic statistics/analytics. The list includes a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Weather: Will we have a White Christmas?

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Even though we’ll get some snow this week, it may not happen. This upcoming snow potential has been very difficult to forecast. The models kept changing back … [Read more...]

Honoring Our Valley History: Doctor Richard Burke and the Creation of the Snoqualmie Falls Hospital

William Willard Warren Asks for a Hospital for His Employees and Families Dr. Richard Burke – 1882-1927 - Burke Street in Snoqualmie is named for him Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Company mill manager W. W. … [Read more...]

Expect delays for westbound SR 18 lane closure near Tiger Mountain, Dec. 13 – Dec. 16

Travelers headed westbound on State Route 18 should plan for delays as drilling work continues south of the Interstate 90 interchange. From 5 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13 to 5 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16, … [Read more...]

Updated: Snoqualmie Pass is Closed Again

Updated 1230 PM: I-90 is now open in both directions Updated 1215 pm: I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass is open eastbound and closed westbound due to multiple collisions and blocking vehicles at milepost 106 near … [Read more...]

Updated: I-90 Eastbound Closed at Exit 34 in North Bend

Update 530 PM: According to the Washington State Patrol, I-90 Eastbound is now open At approximately 315 PM, I-90 Eastbound closed due to a 15-car injury collision and blocking vehicles. The roadway is … [Read more...]

Snow And Traction Restrictions Have Arrived

The Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Division wants drivers to protect themselves and their passengers while traveling over our States Mountain passes this year. It takes only one unprepared or … [Read more...]

New Changes to Legislative District Boundaries

[Guest Opinion Post by Senator Brad Hawkins]                    The Washington State Redistricting Commission … [Read more...]