Boo! Run Down of Halloween Happenings around the Snoqualmie Valley

Happy [almost] Halloween Snoqualmie Valley. Here are a few of the Halloween happenings during the next two weekends. If we missed your event leave it in the comment section and we'll get it added. Night on a … [Read more...]

Bring on Fall at Carnation Farms Free Harvest Festival this weekend

Carnation Farms is celebrating fall with a free Harvest Festival - Harvest Fest - October 20th and 21st. Community members are invited to come out between 10am and 4pm and enjoy fun activities like pumpkin … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley 100 Women who Care donates $12,000 to Pediatric Stroke Warriors

Pediatric Stroke Warriors (PSW) announced it will receive a donation of close to $12,000 from the 100 Women Who Care – Greater Snoqualmie Valley. These funds will support the programs offered by PSW to children … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital CEO resigns, accepts new position in California

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) CEO Tom Parker recently announced that he has accepted the position as CEO of Mammoth Hospital in California and will resign his SVH position as of November 24, 2018. He  In … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley’s Polite Bird of Prey: the Turkey Vulture

[Article by Melissa Grant, North Bend resident, wildlife enthusiast, pet trainer and owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] So, when I sat down to write this latest article my intention was to write … [Read more...]

Mountain Goats spotted atop Rattlesnake Ridge after state-led effort moves habituated animals from Olympic National Park to Cascades

It seems Rattlesnake Lake and Ledge had some new visitors, ones that just recently moved to Cedar Watershed area via helicopter. In mid September, a coalition consisting of the National Parks … [Read more...]

First ever ‘Sip Suds & Si’ comes to downtown North Bend this weekend

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is partnering with wineries, breweries, artists and musicians to bring the community the first ever SIP SUDS & SI:  an art walk with live music, wine and beer tasting … [Read more...]

Helping Build the YAC: Thanks to BIG grant, first walls go up on new youth facility coming to Snoqualmie Valley

So have you seen the "Help Build the YAC" signs all around the Snoqualmie Valley and wondered what was being built and what organization was doing it? The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community … [Read more...]

Haunted Halloween Adventure: Night on a Dark Trail returns for 8th Season

Ready for some spooky Halloween Fun? Snoqualmie's own Night on a Dark Trail is back for its 8th season, turning trails on the east campus of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital - located at 34500 SE 99th Street - … [Read more...]

Local High School Students interested in Police Explorers invited to Open House

High School students in the Snoqualmie Valley School District are invited to an open house on Wednesday, October 17th for the Police Explorer Post. It will occur at the Snoqualmie Police Department located at … [Read more...]

New law gives Tribal Leaders access to social security coverage for first time

On Thursday, September 20, 2018, the White House announced the Tribal Social Security Fairness Act of 2018 had been signed into law. It allows Indian tribes to enter into agreements with the Social Security … [Read more...]

Jay Leno learns at DirtFish Rally School in latest episode of TV series

Sometimes from my backyard I can hear the hum of engines across the Snoqualmie River at DirtFish - and I catch myself wondering who's zooming around the property. A couple of months ago, it turns out is was … [Read more...]

‘No Call, Text is worth a Life’ | Washington State Patrol looking for Distracted Drivers this weekend

If you're tempted to reach for you cell phone while driving - something that is against the law in our state - Washington State Patrol (WSP) is warning the public they'll be looking for you this weekend as … [Read more...]

New affordable housing development breaks ground in Snoqualmie: who qualifies and what is ‘affordable’ rent?

An affordable housing project that has been a topic of discussion around Snoqualmie for years officially began this week in the Eagle Pointe neighborhood of Snoqualmie Ridge. The City of Snoqualmie will hold a … [Read more...]

Popular Snoqualmie Valley Wine Train returns with three Fall dates

After a popular debut last spring, the Northwest Railway Museum is bringing the Wine Train back for three Saturday dates this fall: September 15th, October 6th and October 13th. Organizers say the Wine Train … [Read more...]

15 Years of Getting you Where you Need to Go: Snoqualmie Valley Transportation holds anniversary celebration

Since launching its first bus route in North Bend in 2003, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation has steadily grown in both size and offerings. It has also become, with funding help from King County Metro and … [Read more...]

No More Scrambling for Space: Brand New Youth Facility coming to the Snoqualmie Valley

Wondering what's going on - what's being built along Boalch Ave near North Bend? Well, it's kind of big news for one local organization. The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community Center … [Read more...]

Teens Thrive at Carnation Farms New Youth Employment Program

Nineteen local teenagers participated in the inaugural season of ‘Rooted at Carnation Farms’. ‘Rooted’ is an immersive job and leadership development program in sustainable farming, food systems, nutrition and … [Read more...]

It’s Back! Snoqualmie Valley Block Party brings family fun this weekend

In just two days, the annual Snoqualmie Valley Block Party will be back— by popular demand— for its 6th year! Head out to Center Blvd in the middle of Snoqualmie Ridge on Saturday, September 8th from 11am-5pm … [Read more...]

Fiery, fatal accident closes SR 202 near Tolt Hill Road for seven hours Wednesday afternoon

A fiery, fatal collision closed a two-mile section SR 202 just east of Tolt Hill Road for over seven hours on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. According to the Washington State Patrol, (WSP), a Honda CRV was … [Read more...]