North Bend Film Festival to Return for Fifth Annual Edition August 4-7, 2022

North Bend Film Festival (NBFF) has put passes on sale, including their annual cyber week early-bird flash sale, and opened film submissions for the 2022 festival. The fest will return with new films and … [Read more...]

Downtown North Bend Road Closures Planned for Holly Days Event, December 4th

The City of North Bend will be closing a few blocks of the downtown historic area on Saturday, December 4th, to accommodate the 2021 Holly Days community event. Road Closure A portion of North … [Read more...]

The Cities of North Bend & Snoqualmie Invite the Community to Arbor Day Tree Planting Events

Arbor Day is a day in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. The first American Arbor Day was originated by J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska City, Nebraska, at … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Sanctuary has its Grand Opening in North Bend

Stacie Beam-Bruce and Stacy Worley met 3 years ago at a function in Seattle called Sacred Supper, a gathering for spiritually-minded women.  The meeting was completely random, not something … [Read more...]

Updated: Rollover Accident Yet Again Slows Traffic

Update 1:31 PM: The tow truck first on the scene was not able to handle the job so additional equipment was called in. WSP had no ETA for clearing as of 1 PM. … [Read more...]

Eligibility expands to everyone 16 and older in Washington state

Starting today everyone 16 and older who wants a COVID-19 vaccine can receive one in Washington. The eligibility expansion marks the four-month anniversary of vaccine rollout in our state. Since mid-December, … [Read more...]

Fireworks Sales and Discharge Rules for New Year’s Eve

The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) wishes to remind residents of the rules for the legal discharge of fireworks as we head into the New Year’s Holiday.  Per RCW 70.77.395, fireworks may … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – The Thanksgiving Forecast

We've seen a good round of light to moderate gap winds (expected to die out Sunday morning) in the foothills ahead of an incoming weak cold front Sunday night into Monday that should deliver light rain in … [Read more...]

Amidst Coronavirus Statewide Surge, Governor Inslee urges Washington Residents to skip the usual Thanksgiving

Governor Jay Inslee gave a public address tonight with his wife Trudi by his side trying to convince Washingtonians to forego social Thanksgivings and warns of coming restrictions. He is expected to announce … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Gassy Bank; Indoor bike accident; False alarm for the tribe

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to this past week. November 6th At 8:20 am Snoqualmie Firefighters dispatched to a smell of natural gas in the Key Bank building on … [Read more...]

Fiery bridge collapse leaves history lurking on the bottom of the Snoqualmie River

There's history all around the Snoqualmie Valley - and as it turns out, I walked right over it. That piece of history in the river caught my attention and prompted an inquiry to Valley Historian, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Affordable Housing Project moves forward after city council upholds permit allowing 4-story buildings

UPDATE |  MARCH 28, 2018 During the appeal period following a January 2018 Hearing Examiner's decision to issue a conditional use permit that would allow Panorama Apartments to build 4-story buildings as … [Read more...]

2nd annual Red, White and Boom Fireworks Show set to delight the Snoqualmie Valley this 4th of July

As the City of Snoqualmie approaches its second 4th of July with an aerial fireworks ban in place, organizers are gearing up for the 2nd Annual Red, White and Boom public fireworks show at Snoqualmie Community … [Read more...]

Diverging Diamond Interchange identified as fix for congested I-90/SR 18 interchange area

UPDATE |  May 17, 2017 Back in February 2016 we first told you about a possible unconventional and innovative traffic fix for the congested and often dangerous I-90/SR 18 interchange area. Now that the … [Read more...]

Amazing! Snoqualmie Falls from Unparalleled Vantage Point – Drone Fly Over

Those who live in the Snoqualmie Valley have probably seen 'The Falls' from almost every vantage point available and during most weather events Mother Nature throws at one of the top tourist attractions in … [Read more...]

Pro Tips: Outsmart the Cold from Freezing your Outside Faucet; Keep Shower Doors Clear for Six Month

Local North Bend (now retired) handyman, Mike Williams, shared some great (and timely) advice this week. Snoqualmie is notorious for water that often leaves a white crust on counters if allowed to dry on … [Read more...]

Back by Popular Demand: Family Movie Day at North Bend Theatre, Featuring ‘Free Birds’

When you discover a popular fundraiser, chances are you stick with it. That is exactly the case for the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation and their wildly successful inaugural Family Movie Day event last … [Read more...]

Start Christmas Shopping Early at Mount Si PTSA Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, November 9th

Looking for some unique Christmas gifts this year?  Love to shop locally and hate crowds at the mall?  Well, tomorrow is the perfect chance to start your holiday shopping early and stay close to home. Back … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Halloween Happenings, From Kid-Friendly to Totally Scary!

Snoqualmie RidgeTrick or Treat Event  Put on the costumes and bring the kids out for a free trick or treat event this Saturday, October 26th from 11AM - 2PM in the Snoqualmie Ridge retail area. Kids and … [Read more...]

Three Children Fall out Windows in Four Months; Snoqualmie Fire and Police Window Safety Tips

Remember the sirens, the helicopter hovering this past spring and summer?  Remember they were due to children falling out of Snoqualmie windows? Three children fell out of residential upper story windows in … [Read more...]