Snoqualmie Valley Happenings

Hiker ‘lucky to be alive’ after falling off Rattlesnake Ledge in the dark

Eastside Fire & Rescue was called to Rattlesnake Ledge Friday night, July 20, 2018 to help an injured hiker who fell 30-40 feet off of the east facing summit ledge. The call … [Read More...]

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Snoqualmie Brewery opens big, new outdoor patio July 21st

It was a lot of work for an outdoor space in the Pacific Northwest. After months and months of planning and a couple of months of construction, the Snoqualmie Brewery is finally ready to open its new outdoor patio … [Continue Reading...]

Sigillo Cellars exercises option to buy King Street lot from city to build new winery, restaurant, boutique hotel

On June 29, 2018 Sigillo Cellars exercised their purchase option with the City of Snoqualmie for the empty King Street lot. In October one of the purchase conditions  - council approval of the building concept for a … [Continue Reading...]

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Fire Blotter | trapped in golf club elevator; juveniles and fireworks suspected of causing $5,000 damage to park; mysterious odor evacuates Safeway

Here area a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to during the past two week: June 28th At 10:25AM, Snoqualmie Firefighters and other Eastside units responded to an activated fire alarm at Falls … [Read More...]

Community Cool Down: Firefighters turn Snoqualmie Park into giant spray park, will repeat at Centennial Fields today

There was some giant sprinkler a fun at Snoqualmie Community Park on Thursday afternoon, July 12, 2018 when a Snoqualmie Fire truck showed up to help kids cool down in the summer heat. Firefighters hooked up one of their … [Read More...]

Trail Youth holds upcoming Comedy Fundraiser to help with coffee house remodel costs

[Article by Paige McCall] Come out and enjoy a night of food, fun, and laughter all while supporting the Trail Youth. The local coffee shop/non-profit will be putting on a fundraiser, headlined by up-and-coming comedian … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie to hold Public Meeting on Salish Lodge Expansion Plans

Would you like to have a say about the proposed Salish Lodge expansion development?  Here's your chance. The City of Snoqualmie announced that they will hold a public hearing about the Salish Lodge & Spa Expansion Master … [Read More...]

Keepin’ it Cool: Hot Weather Tips for you and your Pet

[Article by Melissa Grant: North Bend resident, pet trainer and owner of Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs] I always consider July 5th as the official start to our notoriously short but beautiful PNW summer. My birthday … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie opens application process for Human Services Funding, available to local organizations

The City of Snoqualmie Human Services Advisory Committee has opened the application process to request funding for human services programs to be provided during 2019-2020. As part of a strategic plan passed  by the City … [Read More...]

North Bend appoints, swears in new council member at special meeting

Newly appointed North Bend Council Member, Chris Garcia was officially sworn in during a special meeting on July 10th to fill council position #6. This position was vacated by Jeanne Pettersen, who announced her resignation … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life returns for 17th year with life-sized monopoly board

[Article by Paige McCall] Has your life been touched by cancer? Chances are, it has. So local volunteers working side by side with the American Cancer Society invite you to come out and play at the Snoqualmie Valley’s … [Read More...]

Humbled by the Snoqualmie River: near drowning while floating leaves woman shaken, feeling like run over by a car

[Article has been updated to more accurately describe the river area where the incident occurred.] A sunny Sunday floating excursion on the Snoqualmie River almost turned deadly for one local woman. Luckily, Kym Riden only … [Read More...]

Police determine man, woman found dead in Duvall home was tragic murder-suicide

On Monday, July 9, 2018 via news release, the City of Duvall provided an update on the investigation of two deceased individuals found in a Duvall home last Friday morning. The city said officers and detectives were … [Read More...]

District prepares to adopt big new budget; continues negotiations with teachers union for possible historic raises

As the Snoqualmie Valley School District prepares to adopt its 2018-19 budget  - a budget with an extra $18 million thanks to new state funding required by the State Supreme Court McCleary decision - it looks like the … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Friends of Youth create joint venture to bring more mental health, primary care treatment to community

On Friday, July 6, 2018 Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) and Friends of Youth shared some big news. Their organizations have joined forces to provide behavioral health and primary care services at Friends of Youth’s North … [Read More...]

Duvall to kick off FREE SummerStage Concert Series with Ribbon Cutting for NEW stage

Sometimes good things are worth the wait. In the case of Duvall's new outdoor stage, nothing could be more true. In mid-June, the City of Duvall received delivery of its new stage after two years of community fundraising and … [Read More...]

Snoqualmie Casino Recognizes Military with Valor Card, Donations in July 4th ceremony

The Snoqualmie Casino announced that it had launched a new program with a special ceremony held on Independence Day to honor and recognize active duty military members and retired service men and women. During the ceremony … [Read More...]

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