Police, tow trucks respond to Mt Si Road as hikers ignore Stay Home order, closed North Bend trails

North Bend residents living along Mt. Si Road and near Rattlesnake Lake have taken to social media the past two weekends in frustration as they witnessed some hikers ignoring the statewide Stay Home order and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School District, local restaurants giving back to healthcare workers on the front lines

Joining organizations and school districts around the region, this week the Snoqualmie Valley School District donated extra personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies to help with the ongoing novel … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | intoxicated and burning trash; possible COVID infection; furnace issues

March 26th Around 12:20PM Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a 74-year-old male patient with a leg injury and possible COVID-19 infection. Personnel with patient contact wore full precaution Personnel … [Read more...]

King County data shows 44 COVID cases in Snoqualmie Valley; Governor Inslee extends Stay Home order to May 4th

The King County Department of Health recently updated its COVID-19 Outbreak Summary page, allowing users to now track cases by zip code. The website is usually updated daily, during the late … [Read more...]

Former North Bend councilmember shares COVID-19 story after members of Canadian ski trip test positive

The City of North Bend recently announced in early March, North Bend resident and former Councilmember Trevor Kostanich was exposed to COVID-19 after flying with a group of skiers and snowboarders to a remote … [Read more...]

Bored at Home? Great time to fill out your 2020 census and be COUNTED

Hey Snoqualmie Valley - it's Census Time. Home with a little extra time on your hands? Filling out the 2020 census takes only a few minutes. Check that stack of mail on your counter or desk. Find your … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, Sno-Valley Senior Center awarded big grants

Two Snoqualmie Valley nonprofits were included with 126 other organizations picked to receive emergency funding grants from the recently establish COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. The first round of … [Read more...]

North Bend Mayor message to the community: humbled, encouraged by strong show of support

North Bend Residents, Now that we all have had a week of mandated staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have seen the entire world shaken economically and health-wise, as your Mayor, I am sharing … [Read more...]

Eastside Nurses: exhausted staff, hospitals preparing for patient surge; ‘now, more than ever, continue to shelter in place’

As Washington State [potentially] begins to see a slight slow in the rate of increase in positive COVID-19 cases, hospitals are still dealing with supply shortages and preparing for what could come. This … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor says ‘well on road to recovery’ after COVID-19 diagnosis

On Friday, March 27th, Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson said he was 'well on the road to recovery' from COVID-19, adding that he turned a corner on Tuesday, which was 11 days after his symptoms began on March 13th. … [Read more...]

Amidst closure Snoqualmie Casino donates over 2,000 pounds of fresh food, medical supplies

What do you do when things close and you have an unexpected overabundance of fresh food? One word: DONATE. With Snoqualmie Tribal Campus limited to just essential employees and the closure of the … [Read more...]

Salish Lodge adapts to New Normal with enhanced To-Go Menu, complete with Easy Valet Pick-up

[Sponsored Content] For generations, Salish Lodge & Spa has been a place where people go to celebrate a special anniversary in The Dining Room, gather with friends for cocktails in The Attic, and enjoy … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | DUI accident involving minor; two Poo Poo Point paraglider rescues; passed out in the restroom; fight triggers fire alarm

March 12th Around 3:15pm Snoqualmie Firefighters assisted other units with a residential fire. The caller stating she could see flames coming from the chimney. Crews arrived and determined there was a fire … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation running during Stay Home order: all fares donation-based, drivers help deliver supplies, food to residents

As public transportation is deemed an essential service, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) said it would continue to run buses to serve the community during the statewide Stay Home order issued by Governor … [Read more...]

Sallal Water Association to hold important annual meeting remotely, March 30th

The Sallal Water Association is reminding members that its March 30th annual meeting will still happen remotely using Zoom. Per the Sallal meeting announcement, "With the current outbreak of COVID-19 and … [Read more...]