Hearing Booms? Civil War ‘Battle of Snoqualmie’ back in Town

It's back for a second year - and this time bad weather shouldn't force a cancellation. If you hear some loud booms and see men in antique uniforms around the Snoqualmie Valley this weekend, August 13th … [Read more...]

Railroad Days loses Big Component: After eight years, Railroad Days Run thing of the Past

Run Snoqualmie owner and Mount Si Cross Country/Distance Track coach, Sean Sundwall, announced last week that the 9th annual running of the Snoqualmie Railroad Days had been cancelled and is not expected to … [Read more...]

18-year old suffers life threatening injuries in Serious Accident near Preston, eastbound I-90 backed up for Miles

UPDATE |  AUGUST 12, 2016, 2PM The Washington State Patrol said all lanes of eastbound I-90 are now open. It could take awhile for traffic to return to normal, though. UPDATE |  AUGUST 12, 2016, … [Read more...]

Two Rivers Teacher, students Win National, classroom Innovation award

According to a press release, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) announced the winners of the inaugural Think It Up Innovation Awards, honoring eight teams of students and teachers who exemplify the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor’s bid for State Legislature ends, Tight Primary for Magendanz, Mullet

With a good chunk of the August 2nd Primary Election Ballots counted, it appears Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson's bid for the Washington State Legislature has ended. Larson received roughly 17% of votes for … [Read more...]

Love Halloween? Night on a Dark Trail puts out Casting Call for local Talent

Do you love Halloween? Do you love to scare people? Then Night on a Dark Trail needs you! Night on a Dark Trail (NOADT) has become a Snoqualmie Valley annual tradition thanks to many dedicated, 'Halloween … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Rebuild Hits Delay, District says Timeline still Intact

It was announced at the July Snoqualmie Valley School Board meeting that the Mount Si High School rebuild project had hit a delay, but district officials said it should not affect the overall timeline of the … [Read more...]

Three Car Prowls reported overnight in same Fall City Neighborhood

The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) said deputies took three reports of car prowls in one Fall City neighborhood that occurred overnight, Sunday, July 24, 2016.  Two of the incidents happened on SE 43rd … [Read more...]

Fall City claims First reported Pokemon Go Crash says WSP

The Washington State Patrol said today they cited a 28-year-old driver for causing a collision after he admitted he was distracted by the Pokémon Go App. WSP said this was the first distracted driving collision … [Read more...]

Sidewalk Driving: illegal moves hit new Low as frustrated Drivers wait for I-90/SR-18 interchange Improvements

Ask drivers who regularly use the I-90/SR 18 interchange what they think about the often congested, slightly antiquated, signal-controlled interchange - and you will most likely get an earful. If you were on … [Read more...]

History in the Making | Falls Little League Plays for District 9 Title, Come Cheer them at Centennial

There's some history in the making on tap at Centennial Fields, Monday, July 18, 2016. For the first time in Falls Little League's history, a 12U (Majors) team will play for the District 9 All-Star Title. The … [Read more...]

Empowering Future Leaders: Mount Si Student Learns how to Shape the World at ‘Girls State’

In mid June, Mount Si High School student, Kenzington Dupree, represented both Snoqualmie and Seattle at a program she thinks more students should know about - Girls State. The American Legion-sponsored … [Read more...]

Needed Repairs Coming to Two Flood-Damaged Lower Snoqualmie Valley Roads

According to King County Road Services Division, two lower Snoqualmie Valley, flood-damaged roads will get some much-needed repairs. Repair work on David Powell Road and Fish Hatchery Road is planned for summer … [Read more...]

Umpqua Bank, Snoqualmie Valley Chamber Host first ‘Business Showcase,’ July 6th

Business and organizations are invited to join the first Business Showcase trade show on Wednesday, July 6th from 11AM to 1 PM. The event is being co-hosted by the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and … [Read more...]

No Waiting, Wondering: District, Teachers Union reach Early tentative Contract Agreement

This time around, parents will not be wondering in late August if school will start on time. Both the Snoqualmie Valley School District and the Snoqualmie Valley Education Association (SVEA, teachers union) … [Read more...]

Fireworks 411: Snoqualmie offers Public Display as Aerial Ban takes Hold; no Changes for North Bend, unincorporated King County

Fireworks stands started selling legal fireworks around the Snoqualmie Valley this week - so we thought we'd remind you (yes, again) of some changes in store this year. As the City of Snoqualmie approaches … [Read more...]

Preston-Fall City Road Closed Tuesday afternoon for head on Collision Investigation

The King County Sheriff's Office said Preston-Fall City Road was expected to be closed until about 3PM, June 28th for the investigation of a serious head on collision involving two trucks that closed the road … [Read more...]

Community Meetings for Proposed Septic System Fees, Monitoring Draws Hundreds; Fall City location Changed

According to King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert, a series of community meetings to discuss a Septic System proposal from the Board of Health (BOH) that would require registration, an annual fee and regular … [Read more...]

Mount Si Summer Debate Camp Returns, Learn the Art of Arguing from the Best

Fresh off its third trip to the National Speech and Debate Tournament [Public Forum Debate] in Salt Lake City, Mount Si Debate celebrates another great year. Senior Ruary Thompson headed to Utah right after … [Read more...]

County Proposing New System, Fees to Monitor Homes with Septic Systems; Fall City Meeting is Chance to Learn More

If your home has a septic system, there are some important informational meetings coming up over the next week to address a new proposal from the King County Board of Health that would require registration, an … [Read more...]