No hydrants near North Bend house fire, tender trucks called to assist crews

On Saturday, December 9, 2017 around 2:15PM, Eastside Fire and Rescue (EF&R) responded to a house fire - with a visible thermal column - in the 1300 block of 412th Way SE in North Bend, near … [Read more...]

Police Blotter | Son changes locks on mom; don’t read the virus disk; ‘young folk fornicating;’

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie the last part of November: MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | CURTIS DR SE, Snoqualmie On November 18th … [Read more...]

North Bend launches Police Services Survey to address “challenges, priorities, expectations” of citizens

The City of North is encouraging¬†residents and business owners to take a confidential online survey designed to provide a better understanding of the perceptions of the community on the topics of public safety, … [Read more...]

Holiday Lights Food Drive: North Bend home with huge display invites community to special event, complete with Christmas Glasses

Feel like seeing a great holiday light display and help community members in need?¬† It's possible all month long at Alicia Messa's North Bend home... and this year kids can try out some pretty cool glasses to … [Read more...]

Deck the Halls: Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest back for 5th year, Entries due Soon

Have you noticed lots of outdoor light displays going up around Snoqualmie? Our neighborhood has a few big ones and they always make me smile as I drive by. Back for a 5th year: Snoqualmie Holiday Lights … [Read more...]

Icy roads lead to multiple accidents, one serious roll over on westbound I-90 during morning commute

The social media posts started appearing around 6:15AM, December 6, 2017 - a serious accident near Highpoint on westbound I-90, then more near SR 18... commuters warning other drivers to use caution, that roads … [Read more...]

Police say DUI caused serious, multi-car accident near I-90/SR 18 interchange Monday evening

On December 5, 2017 the Washington State Patrol (WSP) released a collision report detailing the multi-car collision that brought eastbound I-90 traffic to a halt near SR 18 during the December 4th evening … [Read more...]

Accident snarls eastbound traffic near I-90/SR 18 interchange; investigated as vehicular assault

On December 4, 2017 an accident near on eastbound I-90 just west of the SR 18 interchange had snarled the evening commute. The accident had traffic backed up to milepost 22 in Preston by 4:20PM. All lanes … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie neighborhood hot spot for Coyote sightings: 7 reports in one day, 3-year old attacked on front porch

UPDATE | DECEMBER 4TH, 6:30PM City PIO Joan Pliego has confirmed that the Snoqualmie Police Department visited with the family of the girl injured by a coyote in the Deer Park neighborhood of Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Several Mount Si Music Students Named to All-State Honor Groups

The Mount Si High School Music Department recently announced that several Band and Choir Students successfully auditioned into the Washington All-State Honor Group music ensembles. Washington All-State Honor … [Read more...]

Council approves city levy increase, restricts new tax funds for street improvements

At its November 21st meeting, the North Bend City Council did something it had not done in many years: approved increasing the city's property tax levy - and did so with the intent of improving city … [Read more...]

Coyote Reports Increase on Snoqualmie Ridge; city asks residents to call 911 to report

Via press release the City of Snoqualmie reported that on November 30th at 6PM the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to a report of an aggressive coyote in the 35000 block of SE Swenson Street in the Deer … [Read more...]

After years of Controversy, New HAWK light coming to intersection of Snoqualmie Parkway and Fisher Ave

In recent Snoqualmie City Council meetings, the topic of a stoplight at the Fisher Ave/Snoqualmie Parkway intersection resurfaced, including citizen accusations that Parks and Public Works Director Dan Marcinko … [Read more...]

As District considers changing school start times, releases survey for community input

As we told you in an earlier story, the Snoqualmie Valley School District is now taking an in-depth look at whether it's possible to change the start times of schools across the geographically large … [Read more...]

North Bend 5th Grader hosts Hot Chocolate Stand to help Homeless, December 2nd

If you're out and about in North Bend this Saturday, December 2nd, during the big downtown Holiday Community Celebration, swing by the Visitor Information Center (right by Bartell's) and you'll find 5th grader … [Read more...]