Ivar’s opening in Issaquah, iconic restaurant pushes deeper into east King County

Snoqualmie Valley seafood fans, it looks like an iconic Seattle restaurant is pushing deeper into east King County. Ivar’s Restaurants announced it will open its 22nd Seafood Bar in Issaquah on Thursday, Oct. … [Read more...]

Mount Si holds Homecoming Rally and Parade, Friday October 19th

Happy Homecoming Snoqualmie Valley! It's Homecoming Week at Mount Si High School - a fun filled spirit week. It's all capped off by a Homecoming Rally on Friday, October 19th beginning at 4:30PM. This … [Read more...]

Dangerous Stretch of SR 18: six fatal accidents, resulting in seven deaths during last 10 months

Between December 13, 2017 and October 12, 2018, there have been six deadly accidents and seven deaths on an approximate 7-mile portion of SR 18, stretching from just east of Issaquah Hobart Road to I-90 near … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley 100 Women who Care donates $12,000 to Pediatric Stroke Warriors

Pediatric Stroke Warriors (PSW) announced it will receive a donation of close to $12,000 from the 100 Women Who Care – Greater Snoqualmie Valley. These funds will support the programs offered by PSW to children … [Read more...]

Latest deadly accident on SR 18 takes lives of mother and daughter, two ‘Best of the Best’ Snoqualmie Casino employees

Friday, October 12th, was a very tough day for employees at Snoqualmie Casino, where mother Maria Wong (59) and daughter Jasmine Lao (21) were heading to work when their car was involved in a deadly collision … [Read more...]

Fatal Collision closes SR 18 over Tiger Mountain for five hours Friday morning

UPDATE | OCTOBER 12th, 10AM SR 18 reopened between over Tiger Mountain - between I-90 and Issaquah Hobart … [Read more...]

SUV hauling trailer flips on eastbound I-90 near North Bend

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) reported at 11:25AM, October 11th, that a SUV hauling a trailer traveling on eastbound I-90 went out of control and rolled - west of North Bend near Winery Road/exit 27. WSP … [Read more...]

Time to Talk Mental Health: Youth and Family Services Breakfast Supports SVSD Students

Longtime advocate and supporter of Snoqualmie Valley youth - Friends of Youth - invites the community to its annual Youth and Family Services Breakfast, dedicated to raising funds to provide counseling services … [Read more...]

Mountain Goats spotted atop Rattlesnake Ridge after state-led effort moves habituated animals from Olympic National Park to Cascades

It seems Rattlesnake Lake and Ledge had some new visitors, ones that just recently moved to Cedar Watershed area via helicopter. In mid September, a coalition consisting of the National Parks … [Read more...]

First ever ‘Sip Suds & Si’ comes to downtown North Bend this weekend

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is partnering with wineries, breweries, artists and musicians to bring the community the first ever SIP SUDS & SI:  an art walk with live music, wine and beer tasting … [Read more...]

Understanding Meadowbrook: its own thriving small town for 30 years

It wasn't always just North Bend and Snoqualmie in the upper Snoqualmie Valley.  Almost 100 years ago a husband and wife decided there should be another town and created it. They named it Meadowbrook. If you … [Read more...]

Former Snoqualmie mayor starts new business, aims to make things sharper in town

Ever since he was a teenager, former Snoqualmie mayor Fuzzy Fletcher said he has been interested in cutlery and metalworking. In fact, he spent 30+ years of his working life machining, tool making and … [Read more...]

Helping Build the YAC: Thanks to BIG grant, first walls go up on new youth facility coming to Snoqualmie Valley

So have you seen the "Help Build the YAC" signs all around the Snoqualmie Valley and wondered what was being built and what organization was doing it? The Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community … [Read more...]

Seven months after Snoqualmie Ridge IGA closes, still no word from city on what new business might replace it

It's been seven months since the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA closed, leaving plenty of speculation in its wake as to what might take its place in the approximate 21,000 sq. ft. space. On September 28th, IGA owner … [Read more...]

Man dies after falling 100 feet from Chair Peak at Snoqualmie Pass

The King County Sheriff's Office said search and rescue crews performed a recovery mission over the weekend after receiving a call Friday evening, September 28th, reporting that a 61-year old man had failed to … [Read more...]