Overnight SR 18 Lane Reductions near Tiger Mountain begin at 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30 for Emergency Guardrail Repair

People who use the Interstate 90/State Route 18 interchange at night should plan more time for their trips on Saturday, Sept. 30 and Monday, Oct. 3, for various construction activities near … [Read more...]

Kindness is Contagious as Snoqualmie Valley Community Helps Chewy

[Guest post by Andrea Logan] The story of how the Valley community helped a dog named Chewy started with a call from a good Samaritan. I received that call as a member of Valley Animal Partners (VAP), … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Celebrated with Ribbon Cutting

On Monday afternoon, September 25, Mayor Katherine Ross, the Snoqualmie City Council members, and representatives from the 5th District of Washington State gathered to celebrate the completion of the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Celebrate Green Snoqualmie Day: Join in to Plant Over 400 Trees

The natural beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley beckons the community to come together on Green Snoqualmie Day, October 7th, from 9 a.m. to noon and help plant over 400 conifer trees at the Three Forks Natural … [Read more...]

North Bend City Councilmember Loudenback Resigns After 18 Years of Service

During the North Bend City Council meeting on July 18, 2023, Mayor McFarland formally accepted the resignation of long-standing Councilmember Ross Loudenback. The resignation took effect on August 31, … [Read more...]

Monday Morning Accident on 202 Caused by Speed and Road Conditions

At approximately 10:26 am on Monday, September 25th, a red 2003 Toyota Tacoma driven by a 70-year-old woman from Snoqualmie was traveling westbound on SR202 east of 372nd Ave SE. According to the … [Read more...]

North Bend Downtown Foundation Welcomes Jessica Self as Executive Director

The North Bend Downtown Foundation (NBDF) recently made a pivotal move in its mission to revitalize downtown North Bend, announcing the appointment of Jessica Self as its new Executive Director. With … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor Emphasizes Preparedness, Urges Residents to Gear Up for Emergencies

In recognition of National Preparedness Month, Mayor Ross has officially proclaimed September as the month for emergency preparedness in the city of Snoqualmie. Both residents and businesses are … [Read more...]

Updated: I-90/SR 18 Interchange Ramps To Undergo Nightly Closures Sept. 25-29 for Construction

UPDATE: The overnight closures of the westbound I-90 on-ramp from SR 18/Snoqualmie Parkway and the eastbound I-90 off-ramp to westbound SR 18 have been rescheduled due to inclement weather. This story has been … [Read more...]

Updated: North Bend Way to Undergo Pavement Overlay Project Starting September 25

Update September 25th: While originally scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 25, due to current weather conditions, this project has been postponed. The City is working closely with Lakeside Industries and King … [Read more...]

Public Hearing Scheduled on Proposed Multifamily Housing Tax Exemption at Snoqualmie Mill

The City of Snoqualmie has announced a public hearing slated for September 25th at 7 p.m. regarding the potential designation of the residential component of the Snoqualmie Mill property as a target area for … [Read more...]

Young Missionary from Snoqualmie Passes Away in the Philippines

A young missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 20-year-old Taylor Erin Maw, tragically passed away on Sunday, September 17, while serving in the Philippines. The cause of her death … [Read more...]

North Bend Man Faces 32 Criminal Charges Over Alleged Illegal Hunting Activities

The Attorney General's Office has filed 32 criminal charges against a resident of North Bend for a series of alleged illegal hunting activities spanning two seasons. The man is accused of unlawfully … [Read more...]

North Bend Art & Industry: Art Off the Rails Festival this Saturday

Art Off the Rails is a BRAND-NEW Art Festival in the Snoqualmie Valley, and it is going to be a true Celebration of Art this Saturday, September 23rd, from 11 AM to 5 PM. This festival was created … [Read more...]

Si View Pool Past & Future: Lessons & Legacy (Part one of two)

[Guest Op/Ed Post by Mark Joselyn, Si View Metropolitan Park District Commissioner, 2003 – present, North Bend City Council since 2022. Susan Kelly, Si View Metropolitan Park District Commissioner 2003-2011, … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Difficulty Breathing; Trail Rescue; Motor Vehicle Collision

September 8, 2023 Crews responded to a Snoqualmie home to assist an individual having trouble breathing, possibly related to an ongoing health issue. The person was transported to the … [Read more...]

North Bend Welcomes Dahlgren Family Park: Enhancements Await Tanner Landing Park

North Bend is poised to welcome a four-acre green space named the Dahlgren Family Park. Situated on SE North Bend Way, just beyond the 436th Avenue SE roundabout, this park promises to be a recreational haven … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie Regional Reads: We Are Not Strangers by North Bend Artist Josh Tuininga

I met Josh Tuininga when he and his wife Lisa, owners of local design company The Medium, started helping me with a website project in May. A North Bend resident of over 20 years, he and his family … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Attempted Vehicle Theft; Reckless Driving; DUI Accident

September 5 An officer pulled over a vehicle on Railroad Ave. SE in Snoqualmie after observing the driver rev their vehicle engine and open and close the door several times. The driver had “jerky” movements, … [Read more...]

Army Corps of Engineers Begin Levee Repair in North Bend, Protecting $158 Million Worth of Property

Four rivers, four counties and nine levees. The busy emergency levee repair season meant to safeguard life and property in Western Washington is nearing its end, but work remains before the start of the fall … [Read more...]

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