Three months after horrific car accident, local teen still healing; September 23rd fundraiser to help with medical costs

It was a horrible accident scene at the intersection of North Bend Way and Meadowbrook Way on June 15, 2017 when 18-year old Ty Asper's car collided with another vehicle, t-boned while making a turn. Ty was … [Read more...]

Search suspended for Russian hiker missing near North Bend

The King County Sheriff’s Office announced on September 19, 2017 that it had suspended a search for a 57-year old hiker missing since last Thursday, September 14th. Sergey Cherepov, a Russian citizen in the … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Helped myself to your hose; crossbow in the woods; no cursing in front of the kids; here, take my backpack

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past week: UNWANTED SUBJECT | SAFEWAY, North Bend On September 8th around 8:15PM, caller … [Read more...]

Will Snoqualmie Valley Hospital become Regional Health? After intense debate, Board invites Regional representatives to present, take questions

For the past few months, the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District (King County Public Hospital District No. 4) Board of Commissioners has been moving toward affiliating the hospital with another health care … [Read more...]

Ribbon Cutting: City celebrates remodeled Torguson Park, complete with $1.7 million in upgrades

City of North Bend officials are inviting the community to Torguson Park in downtown North Bend to celebrate the unveiling of the remodeled park. A ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate recently completed … [Read more...]

Crews search Middlefork area near North Bend for Russian businessman, missing four days

SAR crews will be out searching the Middle Fork trailhead area near North Bend for a missing Russian man who was last seen on Thursday, September 14, 2017 around 5PM. Crews using ATV's, horses and trackers … [Read more...]

Fall Forums: Chance to find out where council, mayor, school board candidates stand on issues

Public policy decisions can impact our communities in many significant ways.  Although much public discourse today is about national politics, local elected officials make decisions that often have even greater … [Read more...]

Learn to Protect Yourself: Women’s Self-Defense Course Open to North Bend, Snoqualmie Residents

The Snoqualmie Police Department is offering a Women’s Self Defense Course. The course starts on Wednesday, September 27th at Cascade Covenant Church at 13225 436th Ave. SE in North Bend. In this course, … [Read more...]

Unclear if Snoqualmie Valley Athletic Complex ready in time for 2018 Mount Si Baseball, Softball season

Things are slowly moving forward on a planned athletic complex off SR 202 and 14th Street in North Bend (near Encompass), but whether the complex's fields will be ready in the spring of 2018 - and in time for … [Read more...]

Bad accident at busy Snoqualmie Parkway intersection causes no serious injuries

The accident scene at the intersection of Snoqualmie Parkway and Swenson Drive Wednesday afternoon, September 13, 2017 looked bad, but fortunately the collision caused no serious injuries. Around 4:30PM, two … [Read more...]

Police looking for school zone violators near Timber Ridge Elementary as parents worry about safety at busy intersection

Worried about student safety, parents took to social media this week to remind residents/drivers about using caution and reducing speed around Timber Ridge Elementary School at the corner of Snoqualmie Parkway … [Read more...]

Focus on Safety: District implements enhanced security systems at all schools, tracks visitors on campus

This week the Snoqualmie Valley School District announced it had installed enhanced security systems at all of its schools, including implementing a new Visitor Management System. Per SVSD's announcement, … [Read more...]

Big Weekend Events in Snoqualmie: Block Party, Community Garage Sale, Recycle almost anything for FREE

It's going to be a busy weekend in Snoqualmie, with three pretty big events happening. And hey, if you're doing some fall home organizing or cleaning, a couple of these happenings can help you with that … [Read more...]

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...]