Snoqualmie Valley Info

Empower Youth Network Transitioning to New Leader Max Harrison

Fire Blotter | Sandy Cove BBQ Fire; Born in a Car; 20-Foot Fall

Lost in the Flood: The Tale of Edgewick’s Tragic Christmas of 1918

Snoqualmie Premier League: Igniting the Passion for Cricket in our Community

Infrastructure Upgrades Ahead: Duvall Announces Multiple Improvement Projects, Urges Public to Stay Informed During Construction Season

Hawkins to Withdraw from State Senate Bid

SR 202 in Fall City Reduced to a Single Lane Overnight for Three Nights Starting Monday, April 22

Suspect in Stolen Vehicle Arrested in North Bend After Eluding Police, Linked to Homicide Investigation

Join Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership’s (SVWL) Spring Connection Gathering, April 30

Snoqualmie Celebrates Opening of New All-Inclusive Playground on April 26

Senator Hawkins announces Senate re-election campaign

Head-on, Fatal Accident Closes SR 18 Over Tiger Mt. for Hours Friday Morning

Eastside Runners Club to Draw Hundreds with Trail Runs in North Bend This Weekend

Updated: SR 18 in Both Directions near Snoqualmie Closed for a Collision on Friday, April 19

 Jim Mayhew, Former Snoqualmie City Councilmember and Business Leader, Announces State Senate Campaign

Snoqualmie Tribe Enters Cannabis Industry and Celebrates Grand Opening of Fireweed Cannabis Company on 4/20  

Snoqualmie Calls for Volunteers for Committees on Upcoming Public Safety Levy Vote

Named Fruit Varieties Immigrate to Washington

SR 18 Reduced to Single Lane with Alternating Traffic near Tiger Mountain for Pavement Repairs

Updated: Early Morning Blaze Destroys Snoqualmie Commercial Building

Police Blotter | Driving Under the Influence; Disturbance Call North Bend; Snoqualmie’s Mental Health Professional

Snoqualmie City Welcomes New IT and Public Works Directors

Fire Blotter | Anaphylactic Allergic Reaction; Serious Dog Bite; One-Vehicle Accident

Hawkins Prepares Legislation to Address Tolt Dam False Alarms

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