Snoqualmie Firefighters Association awards three scholarships to recent Mount Si grads

You might not realize it, but there are things the annual Snoqualmie Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast helps fund - from backpacks for students, to helping local food bank, to funding college scholarships for … [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...]

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...]

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...]

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...]

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...]

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital gets trauma designation, first new hospital added to State trauma system in 10 years

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) announced this week that the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) now recognizes it as a Trauma Level 5 Center, making the hospital now part of the statewide Trauma … [Read more...]

City extends public comment period for 191-unit affordable housing development

The City of Snoqualmie recently announced it has extended the public comment period for the Notice of Application for Panorama Apartment, LLC's 191-unit affordable housing apartment development to be located in … [Read more...]

Small wildfire ignites near Snoqualmie over weekend

Fire crews started responding to reports of a 1-2 acre grass/brush fire late Friday night, July 14th in the Tokul area of Snoqualmie. Due to the remote area, it took crews some time to access and locate the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater brings ‘Once upon a Mattress’ to open-air amphitheater

If you thought you knew the story of "The Princess and The Pea," you may be in for a walloping surprise. Starting Saturday, July 15th, Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater launches its 52nd season with the musical … [Read more...]

Help shape the path for region’s needed transportation investments, take quick quesionnaire

Want more bus lines? Think more tolling or an increased gas tax will help improve local roads? Think we need to maintain our current infrastructure better?  There's a chance right now to weigh in on that hot … [Read more...]

Crews busy rescuing Snoqualmie River floaters near Fall City

All the warm weather is keeping local fire crews busy - helping get folks enjoying the Snoqualmie River back to shore safely. Wednesday, July 5, 2017, was another busy day, as crews responded to the river … [Read more...]

Important community meeting on Mental Health, July 6th

There's a community meeting this Thursday, July 6th on an important topic - mental health. King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert invites community members to join her and a group of experts to discuss … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Hills landowner: How the Urban Growth Area protects natural areas surrounding the Snoqualmie Valley

This article comes from Duane Johnson. He and his wife are Snoqualmie Hills land owners who are selling to a development group that is proposing 250 acres located within the Urban Growth Area (UGA) be annexed … [Read more...]