Memorial Day Ceremonies Honor Fallen Veterans across the Snoqualmie Valley

American Legion Post 79 will again this year be honoring fallen veterans at all local cemeteries. Here are some of the Memorial Day Ceremonies happening across the Snoqualmie Valley on Monday, May 30, … [Read more...]

Community Fireworks Display Coming Together, Police Ready to Ticket residents who disregard new Law, Ban

At last week's community meeting regarding Snoqualmie's new fireworks law, Police Chief McCulley said one of the compromises in establishing the law which bans aerial fireworks, was that a professional … [Read more...]

Infamous Rock in Snoqualmie Parking Lot inflicts Thousands in Damage, Property Manager installs Rock protection

It may seem unbelievable, but in the age of social media, one decorative rock has gotten a very bad reputation very quickly. Chances are, if you're a driver impacted, all you have to say is you 'hit the rock' … [Read more...]

Summer Fun | City announces Popular Movies, Music in the Park Lineup

The City of Snoqualmie has announced the lineup for the its popular summertime Movies and Music in the Park series, which runs June 23rd through September 1st. Movies in the Park was enthusiastically … [Read more...]

Judge Dismisses Snoqualmie Tribe’s Discrimination Lawsuit over Casino sewer service, Mayor says time to talk outside Court Room

According to the Associated Press (AP) a federal judge, for now, is siding with the City of Snoqualmie "in a dispute over utility services at the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe's casino." The Tribe filed a lawsuit … [Read more...]

Helicopter, Ground Crews Locate Missing Hiker

UPDATE |  MAY 17, 2016, 5:55PM At 5:30PM, the King County Sheriff's Office stated via twitter that that the missing man had been located, was safe and would be examined by aid crews. If you hear … [Read more...]

Live Jazz Fuses with Winery, Brings new Restaurant, keeps Music Alive in North Bend

Boxley's may have closed its restaurant doors in late April, but the mission of JazzClubsNW (sponsored by Boxley Music Fund) to support live jazz music and education in the Snoqualmie Valley [and beyond] will … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Snoqualmie Tribe to Build new Gas Station, Convenience Store near Casino

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe announced this week new details about its latest enterprise: a new convenience store and 12-pump gas station scheduled to open in late 2016. The Tribe celebrated with a … [Read more...]

City says Birch Disease Affecting Upper Snoqualmie Valley Trees, Down Goes the Backyard tree

So it appears there is a good reason that pesky woodpecker won't stop drilling into what once was a pretty birch tree we planted five years ago in our backyard - it's diseased and the woodpecker is … [Read more...]

Large Search Planned for Snoqualmie Pass, Mission to Bring down Backcountry Skier Lost in December Snowstorm

King County Search and Rescue (KCSAR) Public Information Volunteer Alan LaBissoniere said 75-95 SAR crew members are expected to search the Commonwealth Basin area of Snoqualmie Pass this weekend to complete a … [Read more...]

Teen Drug Use Town Hall: Local organizations partner for No-nonsense Conversation, May 18th

Numerous community organizations, including the Emergency Nurses Association, Friends of Youth, Snoqualmie Valley Community Network, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Church on the Ridge, are all coming together for … [Read more...]

Police say New Law will Shut down Marijuana Growing Operation near North Bend neighborhood

The Snoqualmie Police Department recently responded to complaints from residents of North Bend's Wood River neighborhood regarding a possible illegal marijuana growing operation located near their homes in the … [Read more...]

Car Prowl Wave Hits Snoqualmie this Week, Police urge Residents to be Vigilant

The Snoqualmie Police Department reported on Wednesday,  May 11, 2016 that there have been 12 cars prowls in Snoqualmie over the past few days, all resulting in stolen items. Captain Nick Almquist stated all … [Read more...]

In ‘Last to First’ Classic Tale, Mount Si Baseball Takes Home KingCo 4A Title

It was a rough 2015 baseball season for the Mount Si Wildcats. But in a classic 'last to first' fairytale story, Mount Si abandoned last season's losing ways, battled back this year to take home the KingCo 4A … [Read more...]

Power Outage hits downtown North Bend area, possibly caused by mylar Balloon into Power line

Residents in the downtown North Bend area reported hearing a 'huge' noise in the area around 11AM, May 10, 2016 before the power went out. The Puget Sound Energy outage map reports that approximately 975 … [Read more...]