Serious injury accident near I-90/SR 18 interchange, car crashes into waiting semi

It's becoming an all-too familiar accident scenario on I-90 near Snoqualmie. Around 1:15PM on February 28, 2017, North Bend resident Melissa Grant witnessed a sedan collide with the back of a semi waiting on … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Schools on two-hour late start, February 28th

After surprise, heavy snow Monday evening, the Snoqualmie Valley School District said schools will open late, Tuesday, February 28, 2017, with buses on snow (i.e. limited transportation) routes. According to … [Read more...]

Heavy surprise snow closes Snoqualmie Parkway Mondy evening, brings traffic to halt

UPDATE | FEBRUARY 27TH, 8:30PM Snoqualmie Parkway is open now in both directions between I-90 and SR 202. Snow plows continue to work and police officers are directing traffic. WB SR 18 is closed to clear … [Read more...]

Wildcat Jr. Football ready for new season with more safety protocols; registration starts March 1st

While the New England Patriots epic comeback to win Superbowl XLI typically signals the end of football season, one group in the Snoqualmie Valley is just getting its football season started. The Board members … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | ‘Hand-to-hand combat’ at Smokey Joe’s; parking lot happy hour; sweeper side swipe; middle of dark road no place to be

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past couple of weeks. We have also reached out to the King County Sheriff's Office to inquire if … [Read more...]

Oped | School Board Members entitled to meeting agendas

** Clarification from author: In reading some of the responses both on Living Snoqualmie and social media, it became evident that one point of  clarification is necessary. Marci Busby’s words about preferring … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie restaurant launches new ‘EDU Giveback Night’ to help PTSA’s

Glass & Bottle Bistro will host an “EDU Giveback Night” every third Wednesday of the month, which launched on February 15, 2017. For every entrée, share plate, or melt plate patrons order from the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Department adds two new officers to serve North Bend

The Snoqualmie Police Department announced last week it has two new officers on duty. The hiring fills the department's two current openings and will reduce the amount of shifts/overtime officers had been … [Read more...]

100+ home development proposed for west edges of North Bend, near Tollgate Park entrance

A Normandy Park, WA developer, CTB Venture LLC, is proposing a development agreement with the City of North Bend to turn 24-acres of vacant property located at the end of NW 8th Street - off SE North Bend Way … [Read more...]

Video captures rare cougar appearance, likely same wounded cat that put down same day

[Article by: North Bend resident and pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs, Melissa Grant] UPDATE | FEBRUARY 22, 2017, 7AM According to Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Officer,Chris … [Read more...]

Mount Si Jazz Band heading to New York for prestigious competition, 4th straight year

For the fourth straight year, the MSHS Jazz I Band, under the direction of Matt Wenmen, will be heading to the Big Apple to compete Essentially Ellington at New York's famed Lincoln Center. According to a … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor seeking 4th term, says experience vital as city council could turnover by five members

During the February 13th City Council meeting, Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson announced that he plans to seek a 4th term in the November 2017 general election. He listed a number of issues that influenced the … [Read more...]

‘Color me Mine,’ new pottery painting studio opens in Snoqualmie this weekend

Back in November we told you about a new business coming to Snoqualmie... Color me Mine, a pottery painting studio. In recent weeks, lots has been happening inside the studio's new home on Center Blvd in the … [Read more...]

All westbound I-90 lanes reopened near Issaquah after early morning landslide

UPDATE |  February 16, 2017, 3PM Good News! Snoqualmie Valley commuters should have an easier time getting to work (or school, appointments, flights, etc.) tomorrow morning. WSDOT tweeted just before 3PM … [Read more...]

Carjacking leads to Serious Accident in North Bend, two arrested

Multiple residents reported a serious accident in North Bend on February 15, 2017 - one that closed North Bend Way near SE 140th for approximately an hour. Wednesday evening, the City of Snoqualmie reported … [Read more...]