The timing was comical. Just days after the Si View Community Center in North Bend was named to the National Register of Historic Places, crews began a remodel that will close the building down for months.
Starting early this fall, King County plans to close West Snoqualmie Valley Road Northeast between Northeast 80th Street and Ames Lake-Carnation Road Northeast to through traffic in order to rebuild a deteriorated stretch of roadway.
Bob Dawson runs the non-profit Macaw Rescue & Sanctuary in Carnation; a 20-acre sanctuary, plagued with a 50-bird heist on Sunday, Feb. 22.
The new Snoqualmie Valley Hospital is rising at a rapid rate and doors are slated to open for patients on Wednesday, May 6.
The Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved an additional $275,250 for phase 2A of the Town Center Infrastructure and Improvements Project Monday, Feb. 23. Chelley Patterson and Heather Munden were absent.
The Sallal Grange is hosting a community sale and bake sale to benefit the Autism Assistance program at Mount Si High School.
They were just selected for one of the most prestigious youth jazz events in the country, and for a second time, but the Mount Si High School Jazz Band I is, on the Monday after spring break, all business, no celebration.
Trumpeter Swans are almost ready to leave the area and head north for another breeding season, but for some of them, the road ends here.
Countywide, property owners are seeing a jump in their assessed values this year, and in the Snoqualmie Valley, it’s a little more of a jump.
After putting up a valiant fight against the warm weather and rain, the Summit at Snoqualmie officially closed its slopes on February 11.
Police and fire agencies in the Valley responded to the following emergency calls:
Learn how to improve your ability to memorize information, 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Duvall Library, 15508 Main Street N.E. Duvall.
The Valley looked a slight shade of purple on Tuesday, Feb. 10, when the Relay for Life Snoqualmie Valley held its kick off event at the North Bend Theatre.
The carpool ramp on eastbound I-90, exiting to I-405 will close at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25. Carpools, vanpools and transit must use the main line exit from to I-405 during the eight-week closure.
Snoqualmie Valley School District begins Kindergarten registration for next fall on Tuesday, March 3.
Shut down since Feb. 3, the winter shelter operated by Valley Renewal Center got approval to open a winter shelter at Snoqualmie United Methodist Church in two weeks, pending appeals.
About 100 people are already packed into the Fall City Masonic Hall just before 11 a.m., and a few hundred more are expected within minutes, when Jessica Zielinski makes a discovery.
The Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved adopting a new garbage disposal regulation, making unintentionally feeding wildlife through garbage negligence a misdemeanor.
More than 250 local residents participated in the Sallal Grange’s two-day, electronics recycling event in January, helping to reclaim an estimated 12 to 15 tons of electronic equipment.
The Twin Falls Middle School sixth-grade class tackled big issues with author Ben Mikaelsen on Tuesday, Feb. 3.