After Camp Terry Lockdown, Police ask to speak to Anyone Shooting in Preston Area

The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) issued a press release on Thursday, June 2, 2016 following a three-hour search for the source of numerous gun shots in Preston turned up nothing. KCSO stated around … [Read more...]

Lockdown, Search over after multiple Gun shots reported in Preston

UPDATE |  June 2, 2016, 1:45PM The King County Sheriff's Office stated via social media that the lockdown and search in Preston was over.  The woods were searched by Guardian 1 and KCSO Tac 30 for over two … [Read more...]

Car Drives into Fall City Roadhouse, Causes one day Closure

The Fall City Roadhouse, located at 4200 Preston-Fall City Road, is closed Thursday, June 2, 2016, after a car drove into the front of the restaurant around 6:30AM. The popular inn and restaurant sits adjacent … [Read more...]

Campaign to Stop Life-threatening Child Falls, Snoqualmie Fire Station Offers Free Window Stops

Over the past few spring and summers, the Snoqualmie Fire Department has responded to some scary calls regarding small children falling out second story windows. Luckily, those children survived. According … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle Launches NEW Route, All the way UP to an Iconic Valley View

On Monday, May 23, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) began a restructured route - the Cedar Falls Loop - that travels from downtown North Bend to the scenic and recreational Rattlesnake Lake … [Read more...]

Memorial Day Ceremonies Honor Fallen Veterans across the Snoqualmie Valley

American Legion Post 79 will again this year be honoring fallen veterans at all local cemeteries. Here are some of the Memorial Day Ceremonies happening across the Snoqualmie Valley on Monday, May 30, … [Read more...]

District, Soccer Association Partner on Possible $2.5 Million Project to Turf, Light Chief Kanim Field

It's a partnership two years in the making between the Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association and the Snoqualmie Valley School District - one arrived at as both parties deal with growing pains. For the … [Read more...]

Is it another Bubble? Local Home Prices Change from ‘How Low can they Go’ to ‘How High can they Go?’

Who would have thought that housing prices would have come back so quickly and hit levels over the peak in 2007? Especially considering how far those prices fell during the depths of the recession. Houses in … [Read more...]

Mount Si Named to U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools List, Makes Top 20 in Washington

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced on April 28, 2016 that Mount Si High School was once again recognized on U.S. News and World Report's 2016 Best High Schools list. The list is compiled yearly … [Read more...]

Fall City Elementary Student Names King County Sheriff’s Office NEW Rescue Vehicle

Late last year the King County Sheriff’s Office received a light tracked snow vehicle, also known as a “snowcat,” from the Department of Defense’s 1033 program, which provides surplus equipment to law … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert | Paving at Tokul Roundabout expected to Cause Long Delays this week

Looks like Snoqualmie Valley drivers will have one more round paving work to endure in the Tokul Roundabout area near Snoqualmie Falls. The City of Snoqualmie said final paving will occur at the roundabout … [Read more...]

Turned Down Flat: Board, District say No to Parent Voice in Math Pathway Decision; State Rep makes Surprise Appearance

It was a very crowded and very long school board meeting on Thursday, April 14, 2016. Parents packed the room once again to discuss the contentious topic of middle school math pathways (core, accelerated, or … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Issues Preemptive Strike on May Madness, ‘Hot Girl’ Contest

In an effort to stop another year of 'May Madness' at Mount Si High School, Principal John Belcher on April 11, 2016 issued a letter to parents and students discouraging the online, bracket-style contest that … [Read more...]

Road Work Finished Early, No Delays near Snoqualmie Falls on Friday

UPDATE |  APRIL 1, 2016, 6AM The City of Snoqualmie tweeted out late Thursday afternoon, March 31st, that the roadwork that was causing long backups and for some, 40 minute waits, had finished early.  So … [Read more...]

Woman Thrown from Horse, Down Ravine on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail

King County Search and Rescue (KCSAR) Public Information volunteer Alan LaBissoniere said search crews and the Fall City Fire Department responded to Fall City on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 for an injured woman … [Read more...]

Egg Hunt Time! Come See Just how Many Kids Live in the Valley

There's some Easter Egg Hunt fun happening this weekend for local kids, teens - and even pups. And with plenty of families and thousands of kids calling the Snoqualmie Valley home, those eggs go fast! Note: … [Read more...]

Fatal Collision Closes SR 203 near Fall City for six hours Wednesday

State Route 203, just north of the SR 202 roundabout in Fall City, was the site of a fatality collision on Wednesday afternoon, March 16, 2016. According to the Washington State Patrol, a 34-year old Renton … [Read more...]

Hospital Board ends CEO’s contract with Full Buyout; COO chosen as interim leader

The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board of Commissioners voted to terminate Superintendent Rodger McCollum’s contract during their regular meeting on Wednesday, March 3, 2016. The severance agreement includes a … [Read more...]

Parents Worried over Drugs, Alcohol at Freshman Campus; Prescription Drug Use New, Real Concern

When it comes to drugs, alcohol, partying and high school kids, it's something schools districts across the country deal with - and the Snoqualmie Valley is no exception. As a parent you do your best, try to … [Read more...]

Winter Homeless Shelter Moving to Fall City, Holds two Upcoming Meetings

As the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter prepares to move from its current location at Snoqualmie United Methodist  Church to the Fall City area, it is offering two upcoming meetings to address concerns, … [Read more...]