How Low Can It Go? Photo Comparison from the Top Highlights How Much Rattlesnake Lake Has Shrunk

It's common knowledge that Rattlesnake Lake is close to record low levels thanks to below average rainfall this year - especially over the past six month. Local TV news stations have done pieces about the … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | That’s A LOT of Stolen Alcohol; Let’s Talk Bears and Garbage; Dude, Where’d You Get that Bike Frame?

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | E McCLELLAN ST, North Bend On September 26th at 11:45AM a caller reported graffiti on the men's restroom door at the North Bend Depot. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE 137TH PL, … [Read more...]

Business Comings | New Restaurant Proving Popular, Even Running out of Food

There's a new restaurant in town... and the good reviews are rolling in. Rio Bravo opened its doors last week in that funky little white building at the corner of E. North Bend Way and McClellan Street - … [Read more...]

Mayor Endorses Challenger in Contested North Bend City Council Race

North Bend Mayor Ken Hearing announced today, October 14, 2015, that he has chosen to endorse a candidate in the race for North Bend City Council Position #5. Mayor Hearing released the following statement … [Read more...]

Three Weeks after Horrific Collision with School Bus, Zach Solomon Leaves ICU; Friends Plan Benefit Fundraisers

Support Zach Solomon page: "Life happens moment by moment. In a single instance, second, thought - life can change. We live like we are invincible, like the world will stop for us."  On the foggy morning of … [Read more...]

$3 Goodwill Item Valued at $6000 | Antique Appraisal Event Helps Determine What Family Heirlooms are Worth

Got some antiques (or what you think are antiques) in your home?  Curious if you might be holding on to something valuable? Here's a chance to find out - on a local scale. This Friday, October 16, 2015  from … [Read more...]

Search and Rescue Volunteer Recognition Week | North Bend Man Responds to Every Call, Honored as Top Responder

The King County Council issued a Proclamation on Monday, announcing October 5-11, 2015 as Search and Rescue Volunteer Recognition Week. Do you know someone you can thank?  I do. Living in the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

VIDEO | Candidate Forum Helps you Decide, November Election Filled with Contested Races, Hot Button Issues

UPDATE |  October 16, 2015 The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a North Bend only Candidate Forum last week at the North Bend Theatre, so that video is now added below.  Ballots were mailed by … [Read more...]

Serious Injury, Multiple Semi Truck Accident Near North Bend Closes Truck Town Off Ramp for Hours

Three semi trucks collided on the westbound I-90 exit 34 off ramp near North Bend early Wednesday morning, September 30, 2015, closing the off ramp for nearly five hours. According to a Washington State … [Read more...]

City of North Bend Confirms New Hotel Chain Heading to Valley in 2017

UPDATE |  OCTOBER 20, 2015 No more mystery. A big chain hotel name is confirmed- one will be calling the Snoqualmie Valley, specifically North Bend, home in about a year and a half. City of North … [Read more...]

Metro Changes Snoqualmie Valley Bus Route 628

Metro riders in the Snoqualmie Valley will now be able to enjoy a later trip to the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride on weekday mornings. Route 628 provides a weekday connection between the North Bend Outlet … [Read more...]

Man Falls to Death While Hiking Near North Bend, Dog Survives

The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) said a 58-year old Mill Creek man fell to his death Sunday, September 27, 2015 while hiking with his dog in the Twin Falls Natural Area/Olallie State Park region near … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Lots of Theft Reports; Elk Blood, NOT Human; Watch your Change; Music Down or Citation Via Mail

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two … [Read more...]

Weekend Happenings | Art & Wine Walk, Wildcat Football Game, Movie in the Park, Blues Walk and MORE

It seems a busy weekend is on tap in the Snoqualmie Valley.  Here's some of the events happening the weekend of September 25th - September 27th. Finally Friday Art & Wine Walk This is the last wine walk … [Read more...]

Georgia’s Bakery Honored by King County for Historic Building Restoration

On Thursday, September 24, 2015, Georgia's Bakery owner, Steve Teodosiadis, will be honored by the King County Landmarks Commission with the John D. Spellman Historic Preservation Award for his restoration of … [Read more...]

Guest Column | Top Four Issues Facing North Bend

This guest article is written by City of North Bend Councilmember, David Cook, who says there is a lot of information being shared on social media and the internet concerning local issues these days.  Mr. Cook … [Read more...]

Blues Walk Hits the Streets of North Bend this Weekend, Legendary Drummer Louis Hayes Plays Boxley’s Thursday

It back... and it's always FUN... as Boxley's continues its tradition of bringing music to the Valley. Organizers invite the community to join them on the streets of downtown North Bend this Saturday, … [Read more...]

Multiple Car Collision Sends Vehicle into North Bend Storefront

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at approximately 3PM, a multiple car collision ending with one of the vehicles going head-on into the storefront of Pet Place Market, located at 213 Bendigo Blvd in North … [Read more...]

Bendigo Blvd Near Twede’s to Close September 17th, Twin Peaks Creators Urge Fans to Ease up on Photos

The City of North Bend announced it will close Bendigo Blvd between Park Street and North Bend Way (section between Twede's Cafe and Bartell Drugs) on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 5PM until Friday, September … [Read more...]

Short Shaking | Earthquake Centered Under Snoqualmie Valley, Felt by Many

According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 3:22PM, Washington State experienced a 4.0 magnitude earthquake centered directly under the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]