Support Our Seniors in September: Mt. Si Senior Center launches big fundraising effort with dinner auction

As National Senior Center Month is celebrated every year in September, the Mt. Si Senior Center has chosen September for a major fundraising effort. To ensure the center keeps its current level of support and … [Read more...]

Bring on Halloween: Night on a Dark Trail prepares for 7th year; seeks Volunteers to bring on the spook

It may feel like the summer that will never end, but rest assured, fall IS in the air. For those who love anything spooky, that means Halloween isn't too far off. Do you love HALLOWEEN? If so NIGHT ON A DARK … [Read more...]

Early morning North Bend house fire does extensive damage to garage

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 12, 2017, crews from Eastside Fire & Rescue responded to a structure fire in the 1000 block of Riverside Drive in North Bend (Si View area near the … [Read more...]

Two Decades Strong: Snoqualmie Valley Indoor Playground ready for 21st year of FUN

Two decades and still going strong. ¬†That's quite a community accomplishment - and a lot of fun over the years. Snoqualmie Valley Indoor Playground begins its 21st year serving parents of the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

North Bend construction project, road closures hurting downtown businesses; city trying to help, make good on promise

As the City of North Bend continues construction on its Downtown Plaza Project that will remodel part of the downtown core with new sidewalks, utility replacements and a redesigned intersection, it is putting … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie [Drive-thru] Starbucks opens this week

It seems Snoqualmie loves its coffee. Evidence? There will soon be three Snoqualmie [Ridge] Starbucks locations within two blocks of each other. Yes, you read that correctly. The original Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

North Bend buildings vandalized with inflammatory graffiti, police say not hate crime

North Bend businesses were vandalized overnight, September 6, 2017, including the side the Mt. Si Dental/Remax building and Regency North Bend Nursing Home, which had offensive/inflammatory graffiti sprayed … [Read more...]

Help reconnect a Family: Missing South Carolina teen spotted in Snoqualmie Valley; mother offers heartfelt letter

Over the past week, flyers have been posted throughout the Snoqualmie Valley in hopes of reconnecting a South Carolina family with their missing 17-year old son who was recently spotted in Issaquah and North … [Read more...]

Emergency Response Training open to Residents, learn how to help community in times of crisis

Want to learn how to help your community during times when it's needed most? Well, here's your chance. The cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie are offering residents an opportunity to learn how to save … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football takes down Skyline with impressive road victory

There were LOTS of happy Wildcat fans under the Friday night lights September 1st, watching their team do something it hadn't done in about a decade: beat Skyline. Mount Si Football quieted home team fans at … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Burning in the park; destroying the cul-de-sac; enough of the ding-dong-ditch already

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past … [Read more...]

Three week closure of busy downtown North Bend intersection starts SOON; businesses need support during construction

The City of North Bend recently announced that a three-week closure of the intersection of North Bend Way and Main Ave is expected to start September 5th, lasting approximately three weeks. The closure is part … [Read more...]

Want to Serve? Open Snoqualmie City Council seat to be filled by appointment

Two weeks after the unexpected resignation of Council Member Brad Toft, the City of Snoqualmie announced via press release that it is accepting applications from Snoqualmie residents to fill Toft's open … [Read more...]

Quarry Wildfire burns near North Bend, closes section of North Fork Road

Over the weekend we've had a few inquires about a possible fire out in the North Fork area that might have¬†been contributing to the smoke around the Snoqualmie Valley. It seems there is a small wildfire … [Read more...]

No Stranger to Flooding: Snoqualmie woman organizes Houston Flood Fundraiser; needs community’s help

Snoqualmie resident Danielle Duvall is no stranger to the traumatic effects of a rising river. In 2009 she and her family were evacuated from their Snoqualmie home as heavy rain, melting snow and a fast-rising … [Read more...]