SR 18 Between I-90 and Issaquah-Hobart Road to Close for Annual Maintenance Work July 21-23

Both directions of State Route 18 will close for annual maintenance the weekend of July 21-23. Beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, July 21, through noon Sunday, July 23, SR 18 will close to eastbound and … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Injury Accident; Suspicious Activity; Attempted Burglary

June 29, 2023 Officers responded to a two-vehicle T-bone collision at the intersection of Snoqualmie Parkway and SE 99th Street. One driver complained of head and chest pain, and one passenger also … [Read more...]

Road Closures Scheduled for North Bend’s Downtown Block Party

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is excited to present the 13th annual Downtown Block Party Saturday, July 15, from Noon to 10 p.m. To accommodate the event, the following streets will be closed from … [Read more...]

Thursday Morning Accident Closes SR18

Update 3 pm: SR18 is open According to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), on July 13th at 8:04 am, both directions of State Route 18 are blocked at the Tiger Mountain Summit. This … [Read more...]

Friend or Foe? A Guide to the Bee-wildering Array of Black and Yellow Flying Insects

As you may know, my name is Melissa. Because of this, I’ve always been interested in the story surrounding the mythological character. There are several versions of the tale, my personal favorite being … [Read more...]

Transportation Updates – Highway 18 and State Route 203

Guest Post by Sen. Brad Hawkins As you may know, the 12th District boundaries changed last year to include portions of Snohomish and King counties. As the new State Senator representing these areas and a … [Read more...]

Outdoor Adventure Jamboree Returns to Meadowbrook Farm on July 12

The Outdoor Adventure Jamboree is returning to North Bend on Wednesday, July 12, from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m. Located in the field at Meadowbrook Farm, the Jamboree will include a wide array of fun, free, … [Read more...]

North Bend to Join King County and Others in Restricting the Use of Aerial Fireworks

Residents celebrated another beautiful Independence Day this week as the community gathered for neighborhood barbeques and a wide range of fireworks displays. The use of aerial fireworks has been a … [Read more...]

Siberian Husky Archie Disappears in the Snoqualmie Valley, Sparking a Community-Wide Search Effort

On June 24, a dog owner’s worst nightmare came true for Carly Hutson. While camping, she and her dog, a Siberian Husky named Archie, were enjoying some cool down time in a very shallow area of the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Abdominal Pain; Eye Injury; Brush Fire

June 30, 2023 Crews responded to the Dirty Harry's Peak Trailhead for the report of two males with blood on their faces. It was initially thought the men had suffered a fall on the trail, but it was later … [Read more...]

Honoring our History: Snoqualmie Valley 101 (Part One)

Recently I attended the North Bend Citizens Academy, a seven-week interactive course designed to provide an in-depth look into city operations. The first class included a presentation by Cristy Lake, Assistant … [Read more...]

Day out with Thomas Returns to the Snoqualmie Train Depot over Three July Weekends

Hundreds of visitors are expected in downtown Snoqualmie over the next three July weekends as the popular Day out with Thomas, Let’s Get Colorful Tour, returns to the historic Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

SR 18 Reduced to One Lane, July 8 North of Tiger Mountain for Emergency Repair

 People who use State Route 18 should expect increased congestion early Saturday morning, July 8, so emergency pavement repairs can be made north of Tiger Mountain.  From 4 to 9 a.m. Saturday, July … [Read more...]

City of North Bend Update: Maloney Grove and Cedar Falls Way Crosswalk

Work progresses as scheduled on the Maloney Grove and Cedar Falls Way crosswalk project. The city is currently working with Puget Sound Energy (PSE), Comcast, and Lumen on undergrounding … [Read more...]

Protect the Health of Urban Forests at Green Snoqualmie Volunteer Event

The Green Snoqualmie Partnership has an upcoming volunteer event that will help maintain the health of Snoqualmie’s Urban Forest. Join your neighbors, enjoy the summer weather, and enrich the urban … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Fireworks Show from 250 Feet

In case you missed it, here is the Red, White & Boom show on July 4th, produced by the Church on the Ridge in Snoqualmie. The video was taken by … [Read more...]

See You at Movies and Music in the Park this Summer

Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars for the Summer Movies and Music in the Park series in Snoqualmie! Music in the Park events will be held at Snoqualmie Community Park at … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Unconscious Person; Trail Rescue; Bark Fire

June 22, 2023 Crews were called to Twin Falls Middle School during non-school hours for the report of an unconscious individual having trouble breathing on the ground next to a vehicle in the rear of the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council Adopts Resolution for Construction of All-inclusive Playground at Centennial Fields Park

On June 26, 2023, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 1657, awarding a contract for site preparation and equipment installation to construct a long-awaited all-inclusive playground at Centennial Fields Park … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Burglary in Progress; Road Rage DUI; Disorderly Conduct

June 19, 2023 Dispatch received a 911 call stating that a male with bolt cutters was attempting to break into an outbuilding in downtown Snoqualmie. Officers arrived and contacted a subject, who tried to … [Read more...]

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