Bus Service, Rally School, Team Up to Solve Shared Problems

Contributed by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Most people learn rally driving at DirtFish in Snoqualmie for fun – maybe even for their bucket lists. A few, a very lucky few, do it for work. It … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Domestic Violence Assault; Fraud; Reckless Driving

February 7 A male suspect was booked in the Issaquah Jail following a domestic violence assault at the Mcdonald's in North Bend. February 8 Police Officers responded to a fire in the Swenson Park … [Read more...]

Join the City of Snoqualmie’s Emergency Response Team for Ham Radio Communications 

If you are a ham radio operator or are interested in acquiring these skills, consider joining the Snoqualmie Emergency Communications and Support Team (SECAST). SECAST members help protect property and … [Read more...]

Winter Weather Isn’t Leaving the Snoqualmie Valley Anytime Soon

Mother nature isn’t done with the Snoqualmie Valley this winter. There will be some gusty winds to start the work week. This won't be a significant windstorm, but we could get 35 to 40 mph gusts. … [Read more...]

Baker a Canine Lost and Found Christmas Miracle? (Part Two)

On Wednesday the 21st, temperatures were in the low 20s; the Hoefs-Poores got a phone call that Baker had been seen along I-90 and rushed to get out the door. A WSP dispatcher called, asked if the dog was still … [Read more...]

North Bend Elementary Second Graders Provide Insight for Use in Housing Action Plan

At the February 15th award ceremony, Betsy Westra, a student in Ms. Mitchell’s class, was celebrated as the North Bend Elementary (NBE) Your Home drawing contest winner. Betsy was one of 37 … [Read more...]

Baker, a Canine Lost and Found Christmas Miracle? (Part One)

The week before Christmas 2022 was one of the toughest weeks of Becka and Ken Hoefs-Poore's lives. Friday afternoon, December 16th, Becka was doing a training run with their dog Baker from Tollgate … [Read more...]

Salary Commission Holds Public Hearing to Review Salaries for Elected Officials

The Snoqualmie Salary Commission will hold a hybrid public hearing on March 1, from 2-3 pm, at City Hall and via Zoom meeting as part of its review of salaries and benefits for elected … [Read more...]

Open Snoqualmie City Council Position to be Filled by Appointment

The City of Snoqualmie is accepting applications from Snoqualmie residents to fill a vacancy for Position 5 on the Snoqualmie City Council. This position was previously held by Councilmember Matt Laase, … [Read more...]

Biggest Fundraiser of the Year for Trail Youth; Your Help is Needed Now More than Ever!

2017 & 2018 were significant years for Trail Youth. They received their first grant from King County’s Best Starts for Kids in November 2017 to open their new coffeehouse and were featured on Mike Rowe’s … [Read more...]

Updated: Prepare for SR 18 Lane Closures and Traffic Shifts for Tree Clearing Near Snoqualmie

UPDATE: The tree clearing work scheduled overnight has been changed to daytime hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, Feb. 13 and tomorrow, Feb. 14. Drivers using State Route 18 should plan more time for their … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Natural Gas Leak; Vehicle vs. Pedestrian; Abandoned Vehicle

February 3, 2023 Crews responded to a downtown North Bend business for the report of a natural gas odor. The building was evacuated. Puget Sound Energy arrived to address the issue.  February 3, … [Read more...]

Police Blotter |Theft/Intoxicated Subject; Mail Theft; Outlet Mall Theft

January 31, 2023 Police Officers responded to a suspect allegedly stealing mini-wine bottles from Bartell Drugs in Snoqualmie and drinking them on-site. The subject was booked into the Issaquah … [Read more...]

Save-the-Date: Wildlife Awareness Forum in Snoqualmie

Join this in-person forum to learn about local wildlife from experts in wildlife biology, waste management, law enforcement, and urban forestry. Children are welcome to attend, and light snacks will … [Read more...]

Pedestrian Killed Monday Night on Interstate 90 Near Milepost 27

According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), at approximately 830 pm on Monday, February 6th, a pedestrian was killed on I90 near milepost 27. A 2017 Toyota with a 27-year-old female driver was traveling … [Read more...]

King County and City of Seattle Announce Updates to Employee Vaccine Mandate

In alignment with updated Public Health – Seattle and King County guidance, Executive Dow Constantine and Mayor Bruce Harrell announced yesterday that King County and the City of Seattle will no longer require … [Read more...]

Riverview Park Playground Replacement Project Begins in Mid-February

The City of Snoqualmie will start the construction phase of the Riverview Park Playground Replacement Project in mid-February 2023. The current playground will close the week of Feb. 13, with the removal … [Read more...]

Horse Killed by Hit and Run Driver in North Bend-Snoqualmie Police Seek Public Assistance

[This article contains details that some might find difficult to read. Be aware of that before reading on.] Longtime local Wendy Clark has been in the valley her entire life. She grew up in Snoqualmie before … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Health Board Approves Resolution to Ask Voters to Lift Levy Rate

Snoqualmie Valley Health Board of Commissioners voted last week in favor of a resolution to ask homeowners within the district to support a levy lid lift on an April 25 ballot. The district seeks to … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Panic Attack; Chimney Fire; Two Vehicle Collision

January 27, 2023 EMTs responded to a Snoqualmie residence to assist an individual suffering a possible panic attack.  January 28, 2023 Firefighters responded to a Fall City residential fire in … [Read more...]