Snoqualmie Valley Happenings

Gap wind event in 2010 snapped heavy branches in Snoqualmie.

NEW, Second Wind Advisory Issued for Snoqualmie Valley, 50MPH Gusts Possible

UPDATE |  Saturday, 10/25/14, 7:30AM, Approaching storm Strengthens The National Weather Service (NSW) is letting the first wind advisory expire early for the Snoqualmie … [Read More...]

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LETTER | Student Response to Marysville-Pilchuck Shootings: Guns depersonalize, Make Easier to Cause Harm

Today, in the wake of the shootings and tragic deaths at nearby Marysville Pilchuck High School, kids discussed; some worried; some admitted school shootings were a fear of going to high school. Today, someone … [Continue Reading...]


Traffic Alert | Lanes Closures, Possible Backups Continue in Downtown Snoqualmie until May 2015

As construction progresses on the Downtown Snoqualmie Infrastructure project, traffic headaches for drivers continue, especially during school commute times when Railroad Ave is heavily traveled. This week, as … [Continue Reading...]

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Business Comings: Cell Phones on the Ridge, Hair Ink Moves to Prime North Bend Location

Verizon Retailer Coming to Snoqualmie Ridge Mathnasium closed its doors on Snoqualmie Ridge and it looks like a new business is taking over that spot in the very near future. According to the City of Snoqualmie Planning … [Read More...]


Bring on Halloween! Plenty of Halloween Happenings in the Snoqualmie Valley

It's less than two weeks until Halloween, are you ready? If you live on one of the main streets running through central Snoqualmie Ridge (Douglas, Ridge, Fairway, Curtis), this is your warning... especially if you are new … [Read More...]


Police: Transient Prowler Caught Near Fall City; Car Prowler Reported in North Bend

UPDATE |  October 17, 2014, 7:30PM The King County Sheriff's Office reported that the prowler suspect police alerted the public to Friday afternoon, was  arrested near Fall City, the evening of October 17, 2014. Police … [Read More...]

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The Flu: Bigger General Health Risk than Ebola; Experts say get Vaccinated NOW, Before People are Sick

It's that time of year again.... the start of flu season. Much of the media attention lately has been devoted to ebola and enterovirus D-68, but the reality is, you probably have more chance of getting the flu, which kills … [Read More...]

Contra dancing. Photo: Sallal Grange website

Throw on Your Dancing Shoes and Discover Contra Dance, Rural Community Spirit at the Sallal Grange

The Sallal Grange wants you to throw on your dancing shoes and join their next Contra Dance on Friday, October  17th, at 7PM in the Sallal Grange and Community Hall, 432nd Ave SE in North Bend. What's contra dancing you … [Read More...]


GIVE GOOD Awards Returns for Third Year, Let the Nominating Begin!

The GIVE GOOD Awards has one simple mission: to recognize inspirational people in the Snoqualmie Valley.  In doing so, they hope to inspire others to get involved and foster a strong community. Do you know someone in the … [Read More...]

Drawing of new Jeanne Hansen Community Park.

Contractor Delays, Site Issues Postpone Opening of New Jeanne Hansen Community Park, AGAIN

It's a legitimate question: Why throw a Grand Opening Celebration for a park that isn't actually officially open? The City of Snoqualmie is getting that question quite a bit when it comes to their newest, and one of their … [Read More...]

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LETTER | Vote YES to Give Valley Children the Education they Deserve

It's simple. Every child in the Snoqualmie Valley is worthy of the opportunity to learn in an uncrowded classroom. By voting YES on Initiative 1351, you will be providing our valley's children with the kind of education they … [Read More...]


Snoqualmie Valley Police Blotter: Dude, Where’s my Car; Oops, Forgot to Pay; Paperboy Mistaken for Burglar

These are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie from September 27th - October 10th. Often times sirens and flashing lights are not necessary in police work, as shown in … [Read More...]

Amber Debu, 150 feet away from Fall City Half Marathon finish line, 10/11/12.

That Little Girl Can Run! World Record Set at Fall City Race

Watching the video of 8-year old Amber Debu finishing the Fall City Half Marathon Saturday morning, October 11, 2014, you might think she just ran an easy 5K race - not just completed 13.2 miles alongside her dad with an … [Read More...]


Board Votes to Run February School Bond, Cost to Taxpayer Dramatically Reduced

The Snoqualmie Valley School Board voted Thursday night, October 9, 2014, to run a comprehensive school bond on the February 2015 ballot. The 4-1 vote, the board instructed Superintendent Aune to construct a resolution for … [Read More...]

View of 10/9/14 accident scene from EB I-90.  Pic: WSP

Second Time in Two Weeks: Car Crosses I-90 Median, Causes Multiple-Car, Serious Collision Near Preston

Traffic came to a halt on westbound I-90 near Preston (milepost 22) around 12:45PM, October 9, 2014 -  in the same area as another serious collision just a week and a half ago. The Washington State Patrol stated the cause … [Read More...]

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Missing Hiker and Two Dogs Found Near Snoqualmie Pass

UPDATE |  OCTOBER 9, 2014, 4:40PM The King County Sheriff's Office via their official Twitter feed announced shortly before 3PM, that their search and rescue helicopter had located missing hiker, Paula Reuter. Her condition … [Read More...]

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