Honoring Our Valley History: Doctor Richard Burke and the Creation of the Snoqualmie Falls Hospital

William Willard Warren Asks for a Hospital for His Employees and Families Dr. Richard Burke – 1882-1927 - Burke Street in Snoqualmie is named for him Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Company mill manager W. W. … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Downed Tree; Unable to Walk; Vehicle Fire in Parking Structure

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to in the last couple of weeks. December 1, 2022 Crews responded to SR 18 near the Tiger Mt. summit to remove a downed tree blocking … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie Regional Reads: Local Author Tami Asars Completes the Triple Crown and Writes a New Book

Local North Bend guidebook author Tami Asars knows the backcountry intimately. So intimately that according to the ALDHA- West (American Long Distance Hiking Association- West), she just became one of less than … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Winter Lights Sparkle through New Year’s Day

Snoqualmie is a vibrant city with small-town charm and holiday movie vibes. The light displays are magical and festive - the quaintest lights on the Eastside. Make it one of your holiday season day trip … [Read more...]

Applications Now Open for the City’s First North Bend Citizens Academy

Are you interested in learning how your local government works here in the City of North Bend? Want to know about opportunities to become more involved while connecting with City leaders, staff, and other … [Read more...]

Expect delays for westbound SR 18 lane closure near Tiger Mountain, Dec. 13 – Dec. 16

Travelers headed westbound on State Route 18 should plan for delays as drilling work continues south of the Interstate 90 interchange. From 5 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13 to 5 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Casino Releases First Rendering Photos of Future Luxury Hotel

Initial photo renderings of the highly anticipated Snoqualmie Casino expansion are now available for public viewing on the Snoqualmie Casino website. Targeting an early 2025 opening, Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

The City of North Bend Joins King County and Other Cities in Restricting Personal Use of Aerial Fireworks

After being reviewed three times by the City of North Bend’s Public Health and Safety committee, city council members approved an ordinance amending the City’s Fireworks Code, NBMC 8.20.010, in a 4-3 vote on … [Read more...]

Updated: Snoqualmie Pass is Closed Again

Updated 1230 PM: I-90 is now open in both directions Updated 1215 pm: I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass is open eastbound and closed westbound due to multiple collisions and blocking vehicles at milepost 106 near … [Read more...]

Updated: I90 Closed Five Miles East of Ellensburg Due to 30-Car Pile-Up

Update 330 PM: Eastbound I-90 is open at Kittitas. Travelers should be cautious of dense fog in the area. ______________________________________________________________ According to the Washington State … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Allocates Funding to Health and Human Services Organizations

As part of the City’s biennial budget, the City Council approved $588,945 in Human Services funding, benefiting Snoqualmie Valley children, seniors, individuals, and families in need. The City will allocate … [Read more...]

Updated: I-90 Eastbound Closed at Exit 34 in North Bend

Update 530 PM: According to the Washington State Patrol, I-90 Eastbound is now open At approximately 315 PM, I-90 Eastbound closed due to a 15-car injury collision and blocking vehicles. The roadway is … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Casino Guest Hits $1M Jackpot on Light & Wonder’s 5 Treasures Explosion™ Slot Machine

Thanksgiving Weekend will be one to remember for a Snoqualmie Casino Crescent Club Member who hit a potentially life-changing progressive jackpot totaling $1,039,633.73 while playing 5 TREASURES EXPLOSION™ slot … [Read more...]

Snow And Traction Restrictions Have Arrived

The Washington State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Division wants drivers to protect themselves and their passengers while traveling over our States Mountain passes this year. It takes only one unprepared or … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Leg Pain; Car Accident; Water Leak from Snow

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to in the last couple of weeks. November 26, 2022 EMTs responded to a park to assist an individual experiencing leg pain after falling … [Read more...]

New Changes to Legislative District Boundaries

[Guest Opinion Post by Senator Brad Hawkins]                    The Washington State Redistricting Commission … [Read more...]

Enjoy a Snoqualmie Valley Treat this Weekend: A List of Can’t-Miss Holiday Festivities

The festivities continue this weekend around the Valley with more fun ways to celebrate the season. Check out our events calendar for all things jingly, and please send an email … [Read more...]

Light up North Bend Holiday Lighting Contest Returns for the Third Year

The City of North Bend invites residents and businesses to make the city shine bright this holiday season as the 3rd Annual Light up North Bend holiday lighting contest … [Read more...]

Waste Management to Service Missed Snoqualmie Customers on Friday, December 2nd

Due to the recent winter storm and hazardous road conditions, some Snoqualmie Waste Management customers did not have garbage, recycling, and/or yard waste collected this week.  Waste Management … [Read more...]

Updated: Eastbound I90 has Re-Opened

Update 10 am: I-90 eastbound is open. However, I-90 westbound is likely closing at Ellensburg due to spinouts near Easton. More info to … [Read more...]