Fire Blotter | put out the fire pit; nose bleed help; uncontrolled arm bleed

February 13th Around 8AM Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a reported CO alarm sounding inside of a residence. The homeowner advised it had been sounding since 2:00 am with nobody experiencing any … [Read more...]

State confirms Fire Training Academy near North Bend no longer a designated coronavirus quarantine site

The City of North Bend announced on Thursday, February 20, 2020 both the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Washington State Patrol (WSP) officially confirmed that the Fire Training Academy (FTA) … [Read more...]

Searching for Equitable Student Access: Principal proposes moving Two Rivers High School into Mount Si High School

After making a big curriculum change and becoming a Big Picture School at the beginning of the 2019-20 school year, Two Rivers School Principal Rhonda Schmidt approached the Snoqualmie Valley School Board on … [Read more...]

Slow moving landslide damages road, closes one lane of SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall

UPDATE | February 20th, 9AM WSDOT geo-techs visited the slide on SR 203 near NE Stillwater Hill Road on Wednesday, February 19th and will next several days analyzing their observations to determine how the … [Read more...]

The Story of Robert and Jaxx: understanding what living homeless in the Snoqualmie Valley can be like

Recently, Jennifer Kirk - Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services Director (SVSS) - shared a story with us. She said it is a story many in the community don't often get the chance to hear about the clients they … [Read more...]

County says 356th Drive in Fall City will remain open, warns still slide risk under roadway

Following a geotechnical evaluation Friday, February 14, 2020, King County determined that 356th Drive SE in Fall City can reopen and remain open unless conditions change. According to a county … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council to hold Public Safety Open House, February 29th

The Snoqualmie City Council is set to host another community open house, and this time the topic is Public Safety Services. The Public Safety Open House happens on Saturday, February 29th, 9AM to Noon in the … [Read more...]

Couldn’t Let Go of their Dream: BasePoint Fitness owners find new space, re-open in downtown North Bend

After losing their lease last April, things looked a bleak for BasePoint Fitness, with owners Paul and Kim Goldenberger thinking it was the end of the line for the small business they'd spent four years … [Read more...]

Flooding Update: Cedar River Watershed Education Center re-opens, Rattlesnake Lake Recreation area remains closed

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) announced on Thursday, February 13, 2020 that the Cedar River Watershed Education Center in North Bend had reopened after being closed by flooding a week ago. SPU operates the … [Read more...]

Encompass Rocks the Valley: Family Concert Series benefits new Snoqualmie facility

Earlier this month Encompass announced a new fundraiser to help pave the wave to the fundraising finish line for its newest facility. Parents and kiddos... Get ready to sing, dance, and wiggle your way to … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School finalist for Building of the Year award; public vote decides winner

The Snoqualmie Valley School District recently announced that the new Mount Si High School has been nominated for a '2019 Building of the Year' award, given out by the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | bathroom issues; lost python snake; ‘Offer Up’ meet up leads to car theft

February 4th DUI At 8:10PM while conducting a routine patrol of the Salish area, an officer saw a vehicle leaving the “closed after dusk” park area. The vehicle accelerated quickly as to get away from … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Affordable Housing development, Panorama Apartments, opens leasing office, launches website

At the February 10, 2020 Snoqualmie City Council meeting, representatives of the new affordable apartment complex under construction on Snoqualmie Ridge - Panorama Apartments - provided an overview of the new … [Read more...]

County to temporarily close and analyze Fall City road impacted by slow moving landslide Friday morning, determine next steps

UPDATE | Thursday, February 14th, 4PM King County said it will close 356th Drive SE in Fall City from 9AM to noon, Friday, February 14th to allow its consultant to analyze the slide hazard area. During this … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | accidental EpiPen injection; three flood water rescue calls; t-bone accident on Falls Ave

January 30th Around 4PM Snoqualmie Firefighters were dispatched to a 9-year-old male who had self-injected himself with his father’s expired EpiPen. Patient was transported to the emergency room to be … [Read more...]