Three Fires in Snoqualmie being Investigated as Arson, all Discovered within 30 minutes

The Snoqualmie Fire Department said Friday, April 29, 2016, they responded to three small fires that are being investigated by King County Fire Investigators as arson. SFD Captain Mike Bailey said the first … [Read more...]

Mount Si Named to U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools List, Makes Top 20 in Washington

The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced on April 28, 2016 that Mount Si High School was once again recognized on U.S. News and World Report's 2016 Best High Schools list. The list is compiled yearly … [Read more...]

Ballot Measure to Create Eastside Fire Authority,Tax Increase for some Valley residents Failing

The ballot measure that proposed combining Fire District 38, which covers unincorporated areas of North Bend and Snoqualmie, with Fire District 10 to create an Eastside Fire Authority appears to be failing … [Read more...]

Got Questions for Elected Officials? Town Hall Meeting offers Chance for one-on-one with Mayor, City Council

Curious how the City of Snoqualmie is doing?  Want to know what projects are on the horizon as home building in Snoqualmie Ridge begins to wrap up?  Or maybe just meet your city council … [Read more...]

Iconic ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Featured on Local Stage, Debuts to Packed House

The Black Dog Arts Café, the home of Theatre Black Dog in downtown Snoqualmie, is bringing the iconic To Kill a Mockingbird to its stage. The play features local actors from North Bend, Snoqualmie, Redmond, … [Read more...]

Middle Fork Road Weekday Closures Resume; Big Road Project Halfway Done

It's spring and that means it's time to get working on Middle Fork Road again. Starting Monday April 18, 2016, the noon Monday through noon Friday  closures of Middle Fork Road resumed. The U.S. Department … [Read more...]

Mount Si Students Deliver Big Results with Spring Service Project

The Mount Si High School National Honor Society, the largest club at Mount Si, recently completed its second annual Spring Service Project in partnership with the City of Snoqualmie. About 250 NHS members, … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Baby in Running Car Citation; the Wolves had us Scared, really; Dude, Where’s my Car; True ‘Cat Fight’

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the first half of April. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUSPICIOUS | … [Read more...]

The New Food Option in Town: Wicked Wiches

There's a new shop in town - to be more precise , a sandwich shop located in downtown Snoqualmie. Hidden in the back of the small Snoqualmie Market on Railroad Ave lies Wicked Wiches Sandwich Shop. The … [Read more...]

Business Comings | Unique New Business Fuses Pilates with Physical Therapy

A former professional ballet dancer turned physical therapist, Lisa Apple, is bringing a new twist to local PT treatment - working to make good on the promise she made herself when she went back to school for a … [Read more...]

Weekend Recycling Event – that even Takes all those Old, boxy TV’s

On Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and the City of North Bend are hosting a free special recycling event at the Mount Si High School Freshman Campus. King County residents may bring … [Read more...]

Traffic Alert | Paving at Tokul Roundabout expected to Cause Long Delays this week

Looks like Snoqualmie Valley drivers will have one more round paving work to endure in the Tokul Roundabout area near Snoqualmie Falls. The City of Snoqualmie said final paving will occur at the roundabout … [Read more...]

‘Chief for a Day’ Chosen by Snoqualmie Police Department: Zach Cezar Named Top Cop

This week the Snoqualmie Police Department selected 7-year-old Zach Cezar as its honorary chief -  thanks to the community’s nominations. Officers will celebrate Zach's life at Chief for a Day, a statewide … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Named #4 Hardest Working Small City in America

This week Zippa, a career resource website, named Snoqualmie as its #4 Hard Working Small City in the America. Zippa said they found a "very non-subjective way" to measure just how hard residents of small … [Read more...]

Turned Down Flat: Board, District say No to Parent Voice in Math Pathway Decision; State Rep makes Surprise Appearance

It was a very crowded and very long school board meeting on Thursday, April 14, 2016. Parents packed the room once again to discuss the contentious topic of middle school math pathways (core, accelerated, or … [Read more...]