Snoqualmie Parkway to have brief closures for filming, July 24th

The City of Snoqualmie announced a traffic alert for Monday, July 24, 2017, saying there will be brief closures of Snoqualmie Parkway from Noon until 6:30PM between Fairway Ave SE to Better Way SE near the … [Read more...]

Letter | Larson consistently acts in interest of the community, helped save library

[This letter comes from former Snoqualmie librarian Loretta Herman. You can send letters of support for your candidate to info@livingsnoqualmie.com.] Dear Editor, As a former Snoqualmie librarian for 35 … [Read more...]

New Tradition: Tanner Jeans Bike Rodeo teams up with National Night Out, August 1st

This year the 13th annual Tanner Jeans Memorial Bicycle Safety Rodeo will team up with National Night Out for an evening of safety and fun hosted by the Snoqualmie Police Department and the Tanner Jeans … [Read more...]

Standoff with armed kidnapping suspect near Duvall ends peacefully after 6 hours

Many Snoqualmie Valley residents noticed a lot of police activity Sunday morning, July 23, 2017, as officers were apparently en route to the lower Valley in response to an emergency situation. Late Sunday … [Read more...]

Letter | Fletcher only candidate with clear vision for alternative to Mill Site development

[This letter comes from Snoqualmie resident Dana Hubanks. You can send letters of support for your candidate to info@livingsnoqualmie.com.] Dear Editor, With our local primary elections rounding the corner, a … [Read more...]

Letter | Toft offers time, energy to better those around him; would be outstanding mayor

[This letter comes from former North Bend city councilman, David Cook. You can send letters of support for your candidate to info@livingsnoqualmie.com.] Dear Editor, I met Brad Toft in 2014 when I was … [Read more...]

Woman dies in downtown Snoqualmie of natural causes

UPDATE | July 25, 2017, 9AM According to Snoqualmie Police Sergeant Bob Keeton, on Monday, July 24th, the King County Medical Examiner ruled the cause of the woman's death as natural and all medically … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Copper Public House opens in Snoqualmie this week

It's been a month since Glass & Bottle Bistro closed its doors, put brown paper over the big front windows and announced it would reopen in July as a completely new restaurant - remodeling the space, … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Bartells opens this weekend; grand opening event slated for August 5th

Bartell Drugs recently announced the official, grand opening of its newest store in the Snoqualmie area with a public Grand Opening slated for Saturday, August 5th. The Snoqualmie store is located at 35013 … [Read more...]

Downtown Facelift: North Bend starts big construction project, Monday, July 24th

It's a project that has been in the works for over a year now - and it's about to officially start. The City of North Bend is reminding Snoqualmie Valley residents that construction on its Downtown Plaza … [Read more...]

Sinkhole discovered on I-90 near Issaquah; lane closure, repair work causes 4-mile backup

UPDATE |  July 21st, 4:05PM WSDOT said the sinkhole has been filled and fixed, but the long backup the 4-mile backup was still there. They urged drivers to be patient as it might still take awhile for … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie sees rash of vandalism, graffiti; citizens encouraged to report destructive acts

Over the past two weeks, there have been multiple reports by residents on the Snoqualmie Ridge Facebook page documenting increased incidents of graffiti around the city. Timber Ridge Elementary, the new … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie hot bed of Black Bear sightings in King County; Bear Smart WA says conflicts growing

[Article by Nadine Drisseq, biologist with Bear Smart WA] Everyday there seems to be a new Facebook report of bear sighting on Snoqualmie Ridge and is it any wonder? Snoqualmie inhabitants live in … [Read more...]

Semi flips, loses load near Snoqualmie Casino

Around 4PM, July 19, 2017 a semi truck flipped over while exiting from eastbound I-90 at exit 27. From aerial photos, it appears the semi was making the left turn on Winery Road that goes under the freeway and … [Read more...]

Ready for the Crowds? Day out with Thomas returns this weekend, with more trains added

If you thought last weekend was crowded in downtown Snoqualmie - be prepared for it again this weekend as Thomas the Tank Engine continues his only Washington tour stop, attracting hundreds of Washington … [Read more...]