Bridge Deck Repairs Require Multi-Day Closures Starting in April on I-90 East of Issaquah

Round two of multi-day lane reductions on westbound Interstate 90 east of Issaquah starts Sunday, April 9th, so the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) can repair several bridge decks between … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Traffic Stop and Warrant Arrest; Unwanted Suspicious Male; Catalytic Converter Theft

March 13, 2023 An officer performed a traffic stop of a vehicle tailgating and not using signals near downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had a DUI warrant out of North Bend and was arrested … [Read more...]

Hop to the Egg Hunts for Snoqualmie Valley Children and Teens  

Bring a basket and celebrate spring as the annual egg hunts return to the Snoqualmie Valley. Local cities, businesses and community groups are gearing up for their annual Egg Hunts. Annual Easter Egg … [Read more...]

Phase 1 Siren Testing for Tolt Warning System to Occur March 21 – 24

Seattle Public Utilities continues the commissioning process for the newly installed Tolt Early Warning System, which includes five new outdoor and four new indoor sirens (annunciators) in Carnation, … [Read more...]

Friday Night Hiker Rescue on Mt. Si

Snoqualmie Valley locals may have noticed helicopter activity around Mt. Si on Friday night. According to the King County Sheriff’s Office, they received a 911 call on March 17, 2023, just after 5:30 PM, … [Read more...]

Spring is Coming Bringing Increased Bear Encounters in the Snoqualmie Valley

It’s that time of year again when our local black bears emerge from their slumber in search of food after months of not eating. Snoqualmie Ridge resident Jake managed to catch one of the first bears … [Read more...]

Daytime Traffic Delays Coming for Travelers on SR 202 Near Fall City

Over the next few weeks, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will work to improve stormwater drainage along State Route 202. This work will focus on two areas … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Malicious Mischief; Fugitive Arrest Warrant; Residential Burglary

March 6, 2023 A caller reported the back window of their vehicle was broken while they were on a hike near Snoqualmie Point Park.  Vehicle repairs were estimated at $1000.  March 7, … [Read more...]

Single Car Rollover Accident Slows I90 Traffic Thursday Night

According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), around 830 pm on Wednesday, March 16th, there was a one-vehicle rollover collision EB I-90 at milepost 19. A green 1996 Ford Ranger, driven by a 36-year-old … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Abdominal Pain; House Fire; Vehicle Collision

March 10, 2023 EMTs responded to a Snoqualmie home to assist an individual suffering from severe abdominal pain. The person was transported to the hospital.  March 10, 2023 EMTs responded to a … [Read more...]

Mental Health Professional Makes Big Impact in Short Time Supporting Community and First Responders

Snoqualmie Police Dept. Mental Health Professional Stephanie Butler - who began working alongside first responders in Snoqualmie and North Bend in September 2022 - has made a significant impact by supporting … [Read more...]

North Bend Seeks Residents to Join Human Services Task Force

The City of North Bend is seeking to appoint three to five residents, with the selection of a Chair, to serve on the Human Services Task Force. Task force members will advise the mayor on a variety … [Read more...]

City to Host March 15 Community Meeting on Recent House Fires Linked to Lithium-ion Batteries

The City of Snoqualmie will host a community meeting on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at 7 pm at the Snoqualmie Community Center/YMCA, 35018 SE Ridge Street, to discuss recent home fires linked to lithium-ion … [Read more...]

North Bend Yard Waste Recycling Program Begins March 25th

The 2023 North Bend Yard Waste Recycling program begins March 25th.   The annual recycling program is open to North Bend residents and property owners on select Saturdays, from March through … [Read more...]

Premier Irish Week for Snoqualmie’s Saints & Scholars Pub

The last time we spoke to Adrian Webb and Amanda Stoffel of Saints and Scholars in Snoqualmie, they were working through some pandemic-related delays and hoping for a Grand Opening in the summer of … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Department Makes Arrest in 2019 Cold Case Homicide

On March 5, 2019, Snoqualmie Police officers responded to an urgent care facility in North Bend, WA, regarding an unresponsive 6-month-old child who had been brought in, and medical staff were performing … [Read more...]

Firefighters Respond to Two Fires at Same Home: Preliminary Cause Cited as Lithium-ion Batteries

Snoqualmie Fire Dept. firefighters responded to two separate fires in the same Snoqualmie home on Wednesday morning, March 8, 2023, and again on the early morning of Friday, March 10, 2023. The preliminary … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Car vs. Truck on Train Tracks; Smoke Smell; House Fire

March 3, 2023 Crews responded to an accident involving a passenger vehicle and dump truck that was equipped for and using the train tracks for maintenance work. The three occupants of the passenger vehicle … [Read more...]

Overnight Lane Reductions for Pavement Repair Continue on westbound I-90 in Issaquah

Drivers using westbound Interstate 90 should prepare for nightly lane reductions through March 30th. The I-90 pavement rehabilitation project work zone begins at Southeast High Point Way and ends … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Catalytic Converter Theft; Woman in Labor; Wrong Way Driver

February 28, 2023 An officer responded to the vicinity of SE Park Street and Meadowbrook Way SE for an accident involving a bicycle and a vehicle. The bicyclist hit his head and suffered a leg injury. He was … [Read more...]