Police Blotter | Vehicle vs. Pedestrian; Malicious Mischief; Court Order Violation

August 22 Officers were dispatched to a female driving her vehicle in circles, hitting a crosswalk sign at Hancock Ave. and Jacobia Street in Snoqualmie, and running into a tree. Officers found the female … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Life of Timothy David Lake: Remembering a Locals Long Courageous Life

[Guest Post by Cristy Lake] It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Timothy David Lake. He was a beloved member of the community, known by many as a neighbor, friend, mentor, uncle, … [Read more...]

Pavement repair project on SR 18 and ramps across King and Snohomish counties begins September 11th

A project to repair and preserve pavement beginning work in mid-September will improve the driving surface along a 5-mile section of State Route 18 east of Maple Valley and at on- and off-ramps across … [Read more...]

Medication Mix-up at Local Pharmacy Sends a Cautionary Message to Snoqualmie Valley Families

A routine Thursday night for local realtors and Snoqualmie residents Wally and Erica Cruz took an unsettling turn when a pharmacy mix-up jeopardized the safety of their children. The incident is a cautionary … [Read more...]

North Bend Advances to Stage 3 of Water Conservation Ordinance Effective September 5, 2023

Considering the existing watershed conditions and a 10-day weather forecast indicating minimal precipitation, Mark Rigos, the Public Works Director for the City of North Bend, has officially announced a … [Read more...]

Carnation City Council Declares State of Emergency Over Doubts Regarding Seattle’s Operation of Tolt Dam

In a unanimous decision, the City Council of Carnation declared a State of Emergency last night due to lingering concerns over the City of Seattle's ability to safely operate the Tolt Dam. The dam is … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Bike Accident; Motorcycle vs. Vehicle; Head-on Collision

August 18, 2023 Crews responded to a biking trail near Tokul Road to assist a person involved in a bicycle accident. The person suffered a knee injury and several lacerations. Crews hiked in, located the … [Read more...]

Senator Brad Hawkins: Please join me for my 7th annual listening tour!

Dear Friends and Neighbors, As your state senator, it is very helpful for me to hear directly from you, but I know it can be difficult to come to Olympia during the legislative session. That is why I created … [Read more...]

City Council Greenlights Splashpad Project for Snoqualmie Community Park, Targeting Summer 2024 Debut

On August 28, 2023, the Snoqualmie City Council passed Resolution No. 1661 to purchase and install a splashpad in Snoqualmie Community Park. This venture, estimated to cost approximately $1.5 million, is … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Department Announces Discovery of Missing Man Mohamed Ibrahim Deceased in Little Si Hiking Area

The Snoqualmie Police Department, in conjunction with the King County Sheriff’s Office and Search and Rescue, announced the tragic discovery of Mohamed Ibrahim, a man who had been missing since August 15, … [Read more...]

Sip, Suds, and Si Returns to North Bend to Celebrate Local Businesses and More

Mark your calendars for an evening of community spirit, local flavors, and live music as the North Bend Downtown Foundation (NBDF) brings back the highly anticipated event, "Sip, Suds, and Si." The event is set … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Motorcycle vs. Vehicle; Head-on Collision; Abdominal Pain

August 18, 2023 Crews responded to a biking trail near Tokul Road to assist a person involved in a bicycle accident. The person suffered a knee injury and several lacerations. Crews hiked in, located the … [Read more...]

Navigating Stage 2 of North Bend’s Water Conservation Measures

As of August 22, 2023, Mark Rigos, the Public Works Director, announced that North Bend has entered Stage 2 of its Water Conservation Ordinance (WCO), which will stay in place until a subsequent announcement is … [Read more...]

King County Teen Hospitalized Due to Hantavirus Exposure

A severe and uncommon illness known as Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) can be caused by Hantavirus, primarily transmitted by deer mice in Washington state. Recently, a teenager from King County … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Animal Left in Car; Theft in Progress; DUI Accident

August 14, 2023 A caller made a littering complaint because of a sandwich bag discarded from a vehicle at Snoqualmie Parkway and Swenson, with additional concerns about the suspect’s reckless driving. … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Parkway Paving Takes Place the Week of Aug. 28: Plan Ahead for Back-to-School

Contractor crews working for the City of Snoqualmie are nearing completion of the full repaving of Snoqualmie Parkway and are scheduled to pave the southwest lanes of the 3.5-mile-long roadway the week of Aug. … [Read more...]

Police Arrest Suspect in Connection with String of Internet Cable Line Thefts

The Snoqualmie Police Department charged a suspect with malicious mischief and attempted theft following damage to cable lines in the early morning hours of August 24. The suspect was found in the brush … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Bike Accident; Heat Stroke; Trail Rescue

August 11, 2023 Crews responded to westbound I-90 east of the SR 18 interchange for a grass fire near the right shoulder. The fire was extinguished.  August 12, 2023 Crews responded to a … [Read more...]

National Cinema Day: The Sequel. Celebrating Movies with $4 Tickets, All Formats, All Day.

Hollywood is making an offer you can’t refuse. With its love of sequels, Hollywood is serving up another fan favorite this Sunday, bringing back the wildly popular National Cinema Day to theaters across … [Read more...]

Unified Wildfire Preparedness: North Bend and the Regional “Ready, Set, Go!” Initiative

With the alarming increase in smoke levels and ongoing fire evacuations in Washington State, comprehensive efforts are being launched across the region to ensure community safety. Climate change has … [Read more...]

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