Police Blotter | Late night weed-wacking; chronic shoplifting; car ‘drunk-ditched’ in roundabout; smoking pot in the park

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

In their own words: Why I want to be Mayor of Snoqualmie, Volume 3

This is the third in a [hopeful] five-part series written by each Snoqualmie Mayoral candidate, explaining their goals and vision if elected. This piece is from Matt Larson. Five candidates have filed for … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Bartell’s, Safeway: ready, set opening SOON

After announcing last summer that  a new Safeway and Bartell Drug's would be coming to Snooqualmie Ridge for the summer of 2017, the large construction project, coordinated by Snoqualmie-based developer EDG … [Read more...]

Summer roars in: heat advisory issued, air-conditioned spots open to public

Hello Summer! Is your backyard blow up pool or slip-and-slide up yet? Temperatures are expected to soar to and above 90 degrees this weekend in the Snoqualmie Valley. In response to the National Weather … [Read more...]

Remembering the Life of Sam Saimo: family awards scholarship in his name to Mount Si grads

Grief and healing are complicated...completely individual, with no time stamp or expiration date. Those left behind chart their own courses forward. Ever so gradually, painful and lingering memories of the … [Read more...]

In their own words: Why I want to be Mayor of Snoqualmie, Volume 2

This is the second in a [hopeful] five-part series written by each Snoqualmie Mayoral candidate, explaining their goals and vision if elected. This piece is from Fuzzy Fletcher. Five candidates have filed … [Read more...]

WSP starts left lane violator emphasis, says ‘Save Camping for the wilderness, NOT the left lane’

I won't lie... since moving to the Snoqualmie Valley, it's been one of my biggest freeway driving frustrations between Issaquah and North Bend  - slow drivers in the left lane. I know the scenery is beautiful, … [Read more...]

Plan ahead Parents: two SVSD elementary schools get new start, end times next fall

Monday, June 19th was the last day of school for Snoqualmie Valley students - a cause of celebration for thousands of young students and often a time of scrambling, planning and scheduling for working … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe officially opens NEW Crescent Market, gas station

Snoqualmie Valley residents now have a new option when it comes to filling up their gas tanks and making other purchases. After approximately a year of construction, on Monday, June 19th, the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Crews hike all night to rescue critically injured hiker near Snoqualmie Pass

King County Search and Rescue crews responded to a call for an injured hiker near Mason Lake on Saturday afternoon, June 17, 2017. Mason Lake is located off I-90 exit 45 near Snoqualmie Pass. According to … [Read more...]

Putting Money where your Mouth is: community has opportunity stop [some] development in North Bend

When it comes to housing developments in growing North Bend, many in the community have definite opinions: they want to see the growth managed carefully, with some saying the city should buy up land to slow … [Read more...]

Serious two-car collision sends one to Harborview, closes North Bend Way near Snoqualmie

The City of Snoqualmie reported around 8:30AM, June 15, 2017 that a serious car accident had forced the closure of SE North Bend Way at the Meadowbrook Way/ 384th intersection near the old Snoqualmie Valley … [Read more...]

In their own Words: why I want to be Mayor of Snoqualmie

This is the first in a [hopeful] five-part series, written by each Snoqualmie Mayoral candidate, explaining their goals and vision if elected. Brad Toft authors this first guest article. Five candidates have … [Read more...]

Want to ditch the Commute? Upcoming Job Fair aims to connect Snoqualmie Valley residents and employers

With the unemployment rate in King County near all-time lows - around 2.8% in April - and strong job market, local companies are actively looking to hire qualified employees. To help match workforce to … [Read more...]

Clear out the tech Clutter at local Electronics Recycling event this weekend

Find some old electronics while spring cleaning? Clear some space on your shelf by dropping off your old tech items at the Sallal Grange Community Center this weekend. The Sallal Grange is hosting an … [Read more...]