One person has been arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide, in connection with an eight-vehicle collision on Interstate 90 this morning that killed two people and closed westbound lanes all day.
Columbia Crest, owned by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, is a remarkable winery in the tiny community of Paterson, Wash., overlooking the Columbia River.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation has begun a senior outreach program designed to provide service to homebound seniors in need of help with various activities.
Snoqualmie celebrated the achievements and continuing efforts of the Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association during a city council meeting on Jan. 25. Mayor Matt Larson announced that Jan. 25, 2016, was Snoqualmie Sister City Day.
The exhibit takes a modern look at how secrets shape identities and relationships as they are withheld or shared.
Fighting cancer and building community are one and the same for Relay for Life Snoqualmie Valley. The community party/cancer research fundraiser is now in its 15th year of walking, dancing, honoring cancer survivors and lighting up a summer night with hope, courage and luminaria.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
The North Bend Visitor’s Information Center and Mountain View Gallery will host an artist reception from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6. The reception will feature work by artists Miska Salesmann, Ellen Rowan, Beth Anderson, Brian Ferrill, Michelle Ryan and Wendy McKelvy.
Mount Si High School student-athletes Camryn Buck, Tova Barden, Alden Huschle, Parker Dumas, and Colton Swain were the center of attention on Wednesday, Feb. 3 as they signed their letters of intent for various colleges that offered them scholarships.
They found common ground in faith, celebrities and Disney, Saturday at Snoqualmie’s City Hall. The Snoqualmie Muslim Association’s first-ever open house drew a standing-room-only group for a morning of learning about Islam and its followers.
Two actors will have to play over 20 characters in one night in Valley Center Stage’s production of “Greater Tuna” opening Thursday, Feb. 4 at the theater in North Bend.
The Hauglie Insurance Agency in Fall City will host a bloodmobile event, noon to 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 in the office parking lot.
Seattle area bluesman Lonnie Williams and his band, Then ’n’ Now will help the Mount Si Senior Center celebrate Mardi Gras, 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, 411 Main Ave. North Bend.
Residents of the Woody Creek and Ironwood neighborhoods in Snoqualmie have been calling for a full traffic signal to be installed at the intersection of Fisher Avenue Southeast and Snoqualmie Parkway for more than 10 years.
Two local men declared their intentions to run for the same office, the 5th District Position 2 in the state House of Representatives, Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson and Fall City attorney Paul Graves. Larson, a Democrat, and Graves, a Republican, made their announcements the same week that Jason Ritchie announced he would run for Position 1, against incumbent Jay Rodne.
Eastside Fire and Rescue serves the communities of Issaquah, Sammamish, North Bend, King County Fire Districts 10 and 38.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital has been delivering quality health care to Valley residents for more than 30 years. The hospital and clinics serve nearly 20,000 people. Since the new hospital opened in May 2015, community use has increased significantly.
The Carnation Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership meeting is 8 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Carnation Café.
The Montana State University fall honor roll included local students.
Andrew Garrett of Fall City achieved a GPA of 3.5 in the fall semester to earn a spot on the dean’s list at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.