Beautifully Bumpless; North Bend Re-Opens Smooth Riding Boalch Ave

It's fixed and it's back open... Want to take the back way between Snoqualmie and North Bend, say for gymnastics or to workout at businesses in the Boalch Ave Business Park? Ever taken a different route there … [Read more...]

From Bumpy to Smooth; North Bend Begins Re-Paving Boalch Ave

Soon there will no difference in road conditions when you cross Boalch Ave into the North Bend city limits.  The City of Snoqualmie re-paved their portion of the road that crosses between the two cities a few … [Read more...]

Downtown North Bend Transformed into Jazz Music Venue September 8th!

Looking for something fun to do on a warm summer night?  Love music?  Look no further. Tomorrow, September 8th, from 6-10PM, historic downtown North Bend plays  host to more than 40 Northwest musicians in six … [Read more...]

Morning Fire Destroys Garage and Part of North Bend Wilderness Rim Home

An early morning house fire was the wake up call for neighbors on a small cul-de-sac in the North Bend neighborhood of Wilderness Rim today.  Eastside Fire and Rescue was dispatched to the quiet street of 435th … [Read more...]

North Bend City Council Casts Important Vote to Finalize Its Switch to Snoqualmie Police Department

Seven North Bend City Council members will cast important votes tonight that could lead to a switch in the city's police service from the King County Sheriff's Office to the Snoqualmie Police Department.  That … [Read more...]

North Bend City Council Approves Motion For Mayor Hearing to Finalize Negotiations with Snoqualmie to Take over Police Service

It looks like the City of North Bend is one step closer to having its streets patrolled by the Snoqualmie Police Department.  In a 4-3 vote at the North Bend City Council last night, August 21st, the council … [Read more...]

King County Sheriff's Office Seeking Owners of Recovered Items from Weekend North Bend Car Prowls

This is from North Bend Police Chief, Mark Toner, and was released this morning, August 20, 2012.  It looks like Snoqualmie wasn't the only victim of car prowlers in recent weeks.   Please read below and make a … [Read more...]

Hot days and Watering Woes

This is a great guest piece by Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardener, Tia Jensen - and happens to coincide with a couple of the hottest days of summer 2012.  The timing of her watering advice couldn't be … [Read more...]

King County Sheriff's Office Reports Snoqualmie River Drowning In Carnation

This sad news was released from the King County Sheriffs Office today.  With the hot weather upon us and even hotter temperatures forecast for the next two days, it is even more important to remember that area … [Read more...]

Author, Journalist and Encompass Communication Officer, Clay Eals, Brings His Biography, Music of Steve Goodman to Nursery at Mount Si

If there's one thing writing has taught me, it's that you learn something new everyday, and often times those new things are about people you already know.  Clay Eals is one of those people. Clay is the … [Read more...]

Reminder, Both Snoqualmie and North Bend Have Garbage Service, Even With Waste Management Strike

Over 150 Waste Management Recycle and Yard Waste truck drivers went on strike last Wednesday.  Garbage truck drivers, as a show of support, joined them on the picket line last Friday.  The strike, though, is … [Read more...]