Monday Morning Accident on 202 Caused by Speed and Road Conditions

At approximately 10:26 am on Monday, September 25th, a red 2003 Toyota Tacoma driven by a 70-year-old woman from Snoqualmie was traveling westbound on SR202 east of 372nd Ave SE. According to the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership Releases Fall Event Lineup and Launches First Annual Leadership Resilience & Impact Retreat

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership (SVWL) recently announced registration is open for its first annual Leadership Resilience and Impact Retreat, being held on October 14 from 8:30 am-4 pm at the Cherry … [Read more...]

Pavement repair project on SR 18 and ramps across King and Snohomish counties begins September 11th

A project to repair and preserve pavement beginning work in mid-September will improve the driving surface along a 5-mile section of State Route 18 east of Maple Valley and at on- and off-ramps across … [Read more...]

Medication Mix-up at Local Pharmacy Sends a Cautionary Message to Snoqualmie Valley Families

A routine Thursday night for local realtors and Snoqualmie residents Wally and Erica Cruz took an unsettling turn when a pharmacy mix-up jeopardized the safety of their children. The incident is a cautionary … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Department Announces Discovery of Missing Man Mohamed Ibrahim Deceased in Little Si Hiking Area

The Snoqualmie Police Department, in conjunction with the King County Sheriff’s Office and Search and Rescue, announced the tragic discovery of Mohamed Ibrahim, a man who had been missing since August 15, … [Read more...]

King County Teen Hospitalized Due to Hantavirus Exposure

A severe and uncommon illness known as Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) can be caused by Hantavirus, primarily transmitted by deer mice in Washington state. Recently, a teenager from King County … [Read more...]

National Cinema Day: The Sequel. Celebrating Movies with $4 Tickets, All Formats, All Day.

Hollywood is making an offer you can’t refuse. With its love of sequels, Hollywood is serving up another fan favorite this Sunday, bringing back the wildly popular National Cinema Day to theaters across … [Read more...]

Unified Wildfire Preparedness: North Bend and the Regional “Ready, Set, Go!” Initiative

With the alarming increase in smoke levels and ongoing fire evacuations in Washington State, comprehensive efforts are being launched across the region to ensure community safety. Climate change has … [Read more...]

Hike the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area on Sept. 9!

Come out for a day of guided hikes throughout the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (Greenway NHA) on Saturday, September 9! The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is offering four different … [Read more...]

Expect Delays at the I-90/SR 18 Interchange Aug. 21-28 for Ramp Closures and Traffic Shift

People who use the Interstate 90/State Route 18 interchange should add travel time next week for two nights of SR 18 lane reductions Aug. 21-22, and several days of eastbound I-90 on-ramp closures, Aug. 22 and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Community Struggles to Find Answers After Three Recent Drownings on Local River

In tragic incidents where human fatalities occur, we can begin to piece together clues as to what happened; that’s not so difficult; that’s what forensic science is all about. Why has it occurred? That’s not as … [Read more...]

Updated: Police Seek Public’s Help to Locate Missing Person

Update Monday, August 21st: On Friday, August 18, 2023, King County Sheriff’s Office Guardian 1 helicopter performed an aerial search for Mohamed in the North Bend vicinity but did not locate him. Over the … [Read more...]

A Third Drowning Incident Reported on Snoqualmie River

A tragic incident occurred Wednesday, August 16th, when the King County Communications Center received a 911 distress call from the 31000 block of NE 40th Street, near Tolt MacDonald Park, along the banks of … [Read more...]

Stage 2 Complete Burn Ban Now in Effect Countywide Including North Bend & Snoqualmie

Effective immediately, the King County Fire Marshal and the King County Fire Chiefs Association, in coordination with local jurisdictions, have issued a Stage 2 Complete burn ban on all outdoor recreational … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part Three)

[Guest Post by Cristy Lake. See Parts One & Two here and here] Matts Peterson, who homesteaded the site of North Bend, drifted to this Valley around 1865 and settled down as a farmer. His … [Read more...]

Two Local Bus Routes Restore Service, Starting Monday, Aug. 14

Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Starting Monday, Aug. 14, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) will restore two reduced bus routes to pre-pandemic service levels. The long-suspended Cedar … [Read more...]

Opening Day 2023 Boeing Classic Jet Flyover Video – In Case You Missed It!

If you had to work today or just forgot it was happening until you saw the large, blue Boeing jetliner buzz your Valley home, here is some video of today’s (August 11th) flyover.  The flyover … [Read more...]

Updated: Weekly Rock Blasting Closures Resume August 16 on I-90 East of Snoqualmie Pass

 Rock blasting closures will resume on Wednesday, Aug 16, on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass. The Washington State Department of Transportation and contractor crews will close I-90 for … [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...]

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...]

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