Collision causes truck to spill lumber, blocks eastbound I-90 near Snoqualmie

The busy holiday travel weekend has started on a somewhat sour note - at least when it comes to traffic. WSDOT said a semi truck collision on eastbound I-90 just west of SR 18 caused the truck to spill … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe donates big, ensures ALL KCSO patrol cars have lifesaving AEDs

Members of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribal Council, Snoqualmie Tribal Police Chief Gene Fenton and staff joined King County Sheriff John Urquhart and King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert at the Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Riders host movie fundraiser at North Bend Theatre, May 22nd

Mt Si Riders is a 4H Horse Project Club based in North Bend. Relatively new, Mt. Si Riders is a small start-up club in its 3rd year, with just about a dozen members with and without horses. BUT, they're hosting … [Read more...]

Crews recover drowning victim from Snoqualmie River near North Bend

UPDATE |  May 26, 2017 The King County Sheriff's Office said Thursday evening, May 25th, the body of teenager presumed drown after going over a small falls on Sunday was recovered. KCSO said the victim was … [Read more...]

Painted Adirondack chairs popping up around the Valley: Artists, businesses team up for ‘Take a seat for Kids Project’

Throughout Snoqualmie and North Bend, you may have seen them. They travel in pairs, popping up where you least expect them. You can’t help but stare when you see them… Beginning on May 1st, six pairs of chairs … [Read more...]

Video: I-90/SR 18 improvement project update, Diverging Diamond Interchange savings helps widen SR 18

On Friday, May 19, 2017, the City of Snoqualmie released a YouTube video detailing improvement plans for the congested and dangerous I-90/SR 18 interchange. The design and planning stage of the improvement … [Read more...]

Gary Fancher announces candidacy for School Board, challenging longest tenured incumbent

On May 19, 2017, North Bend resident Gary Fancher announced his candidacy for Snoqualmie Valley School Board Director, District #4, stating he would "work with his fellow directors to bring a meaningful and … [Read more...]

Matt Laase enters race for Snoqualmie City Council

On Friday, May 19, 2017, Planning Commission Member Matt Laase  announced his candidacy for Snoqualmie City Council Position 5. He will face Terry Sorenson for the seat being vacated by Heather Munden. Laase … [Read more...]

‘100 Women who Care’ makes BIG donation to Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank

[Article by contributing writer, Paige McCall] “Imagine what 100 women could do if they joined forces.” That’s the rally call of this organization of local women who have come together, all with the mutual … [Read more...]

Council meeting update: presentation about proposed 800 home retirement community rescheduled

The City of Snoqualmie announced on Thursday, May 18, 2017, that a presentation about the proposed Snoqualmie Heights 55+ retirement development originally scheduled for the May 22nd city council meeting will … [Read more...]

Consistently there to Encourage: Twin Falls Morning Greeters IS the Morning Standard

It's a simple thing... someone at the front door greeting you when you arrive. Bringing that simple thing to the front door of a middle school, with fellow students doing the greeting while grumpy, tired … [Read more...]

YMCA works to launch Host Homes Program to help homeless teens in Snoqualmie Valley

On any given night in the Snoqualmie Valley, over 60 youths and young adults experience housing instability. Because community resources are limited, the majority of these young people are left without access … [Read more...]

Road improvements coming to North Bend Way & Thrasher Ave, construction to impact area for 4 weeks

Via press release, the City of North Bend said on May 10th Fury Construction began work on road improvements at the intersection of SE North Bend Way and Thrasher Ave NE.  The privately funded work will help … [Read more...]

Mitchell Family Football Camp is back, benefits scholarship fund

The Mitchell Family Football Camp is back. Established to help fun their scholarship fund for student athletes, this camp is intended for boys and girls, entering grades K-8, with any level of experience, who … [Read more...]

Envisioning the future of the Old Mill Site, proposed plans presented at upcoming Open House

It's been almost five years since the City of Snoqualmie annexed nearly 600 acres around the Old Weyerhaeuser Mill site - in the Mill Planning Area of the city's Urban Growth Area. Now the public can finally … [Read more...]