Weekend Happenings: Kids Help Shape Local Government, Artist Reception & Wine Tasting

Chance for Kids to Have Voice in Local Government According to Ross Marzolf, Communications Director for King County Councilwoman Kathy Lambert,  a 'once in a generation' opportunity for our youth to have … [Read more...]

Business Happenings: New Company Coming to Ridge, New Apartments Have Tenants, New Manicure Joint, Woodman Lodge Brings Lunch Back

There's been some new business happenings around the Valley these past few months, including one newly constructed building soon to be home to another water sports company; a new apartment development … [Read more...]

Reducing the Smell: North Bend Improving Wastewater Treatment Plant

Have you've ever driven along SR 202 and as you approach the bend in the road near downtown North Bend wondered, "What's that smell?" This week, the City of North Bend began infrastructure improvement work … [Read more...]

Should New Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Become Overlake Hospital? Public Meeting Scheduled to Discuss Possible Affiliation

Should the new Snoqualmie Valley Hospital become Overlake Hospital? When will the new hospital be complete? What will it look like? How big will it be? If you have questions and you're interested in the latest … [Read more...]

Road Work Heads Up: Lane Closures Continue in Snoqualmie, Paving Work Begins in Fall City/Preston

Snoqualmie Valley drivers should be prepared for possible traffic delays now through October 10th, as some roadwork projects may slow traffic in the coming days.  These delays may increase during peak commute … [Read more...]

Police Say North Bend, Snoqualmie Residents Involved in Fiery I-90 Collision Near Preston

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is still investigating the fiery, chain-reaction four-vehicle collision that brought westbound I-90 traffic to a halt between Preston and North Bend Sunday afternoon, September … [Read more...]

Serious Multiple Car, Roll-Over Collision near Preston Closes Westbound I-90

UPDATE  |  SEPTEMBER 29, 2014, 6PM Washington State DOT said shortly before 6PM that all lanes of WB I-90 near Preston, exit 22 were reopened after an investigation of an earlier multiple vehicle collision. … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Police Blotter: Donkeys on the Run, Purse Snatchers, Traveling Hippies

Here are some calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of September 14th.  Often times, many of the responses don't require flashing lights and sirens: … [Read more...]

Meet Moe, Learn from His Tragic Story

In this week's column, North Bend resident and pet training guru at Le Chic Pet, Melissa Grant, recounts a tragic local pet death with the hope of educating more owners and keeping more pets … [Read more...]

Dirt Fish Rally School Hosts BIG Weekend Event, Red Bull Global Rallycross with National TV Coverage

Dirt Fish Rally School in Snoqualmie is hosting a big rallycross event this weekend, Friday, September 26th and Saturday, September 27th. The national event is expected to draw hundreds to the 315-acre … [Read more...]

School Bond Decision Crunch Time! Future Could Hold Rebuilt High School, Reinstated Middle School, New Elementary School

It appears the Snoqualmie Valley School Board is poised for a vote that could put a school bond on the February 2015 ballot - and it could be a comprehensive bond solution to address facility needs at all grade … [Read more...]

Ridge Pharmacy Officially Open for Business, Snoqualmie No Longer without Full-Service Pharmacy

It took a few months longer than planned, but it appears Snoqualmie has a pharmacy once again. The city had been without a pharmacy since July 2013 when Village Pharmacy closed its doors. The new Ridge … [Read more...]

Learn to Cook for Better Health with Chef Nic in ‘The Up Beet Kitchen’

Need  little help with learning to cook healthier and more creatively?  I've always been pretty good at cooking all those quick foods that kids love, but maybe aren't the healthiest. So here's something that … [Read more...]

CDC Confirms Rare D-68 Respiratory Virus Present in King County

Colds and other illnesses begin spreading rapidly once children return to school. But at the start of this new school year, health officials are warning parents and schools to watch for a rarely seen virus, … [Read more...]

King County Metro Cuts Two Valley Bus Routes as of September 27th

As anticipated since July when the King County Council announced its first bus service cuts to address Metro Transit's funding shortfall, the first bus service reductions will affect Snoqualmie Valley routes as … [Read more...]