New Home Development with large lots proposed for unincorporated North Bend area

It looks like a new, small home development is being proposed in North Bend, but this time in unincorporated King County (off I-90 exit 32) - and this time with big lots. Applicant Kusak Tree Farm, LLC of … [Read more...]

Ridge Bears | Bigger, Bolder and Dying Young; Inside the Snoqualmie Ridge “Bear Summit”

[Article by North Bend resident, Bear Smart WA volunteer and pet trainer at Miss Lola's Academy for Wayward Dogs, Melissa Grant.] Dateline April 3rd 2018 - Bear Smart, WA organized a meeting with the … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert: Two week, Single-Lane Closures of Snoqualmie Parkway starts next week

The City of Snoqualmie and Snoqualmie Ridge ROA announced that a nearly two-week landscaping project will cause lane closures of Snoqualmie Parkway. The work will begin Monday, April 9th. The project will … [Read more...]

Two upcoming Meetings discuss Opioids and State Wolf Population

There are a couple of community meetings happening in the coming weeks that Snoqualmie Valley community members might be interested in. See details below. Community Conversation about Opioids in Fall … [Read more...]

District names new principal of Snoqualmie Middle School, scheduled to re-open in fall 2019

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced Thursday, April 5, 2018 that it had picked the new principal who will help bring Snoqualmie Middle School back online after a six-year run as a freshman … [Read more...]

‘Heartbroken for the family’ | Snoqualmie Police officers launch fundraiser after tragic Easter accident takes life of pregnant mother

Yesterday, April 4, 2018, Snoqualmie Police Officers Rick Cary and Scott Bruton decided they need to do something to help a family now facing unimaginable circumstances after a sudden Easter night snow storm … [Read more...]

Helping Neighbors: Snoqualmie Tribe delivers Easter Hams around the Valley

Over the past weekend and as part of the annual observance of Easter, the Snoqualmie Tribe worked with organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley to distribute hams to Elders and families in an effort to help … [Read more...]

Burger and Fries Fans: New kitchen means New menu for Snoqualmie Brewery, debuts next week

If you eat out at The Snoqualmie Brewery & Taproom, starting next week you'll notice a big change... a new menu starting April 10th. 'The Brewery' - popular with locals and tourists - has been making … [Read more...]

Calling all young artists, writers: Arbor & Earth Day Poster & Poetry Contest offers chance to let talent shine

The City of Snoqualmie is calling on all Snoqualmie students in first through fifth grade! They have the perfect contest for budding artists and writers: create a poster or a poem on the theme, “What kind of … [Read more...]

No time for a Train Ride? Check out historic trains at Train Shed Exhibit Building, now open

April 1st kicked of the 2018 Northwest Railway Museum season, but organizers know not everyone who loves history - including local railway history - has time to take a weekend historic train ride. So there's … [Read more...]

Heavy, sudden snow causes multiple accidents near North Bend overnight, takes life of pregnant Moses Lake woman

A strong weather convergence zone moved over the Snoqualmie Valley around 7PM, Easter Sunday (April 1st), bringing heavy snow, sleet, and hail. By 7:30PM Eastside Fire & Rescue reported via social media … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Schools starting two hours late, April 2nd; buses on snow routes in North Bend

After a strong Sunday night weather convergence zone brought snow and hail to the Snoqualmie Valley - causing multiple accidents on I-90 and forcing the closure of Snoqualmie Pass overnight - the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

QFC Unveils New Meal Kits at North Bend Store

If you were in the North Bend QFC this week and noticed a new food display near the bakery/deli area, QFC issued a press release with all the details about the new project launch. QFC is entering the … [Read more...]

Developers still committed to delivering Snoqualmie Valley Athletic Complex, hope to break ground late spring

After approximately 1.5 years of planning, things are still slowly moving forward on a planned athletic complex off SR 202 and 14th Street in North Bend (near Encompass). Four combination outdoor … [Read more...]

Chelsea’s Dream: Community Group launches fundraising effort to bring first All-Inclusive playground to Snoqualmie Valley

It was 2012 when the dream for an inclusive playground came to Snoqualmie resident, Chelsea Robinson, who recognized the need for a safe, secure, welcoming playground accessible to children and youth of all … [Read more...]