Friday May 10
Burn pile sizes limited for some areas
The hot weather has prompted the fire marshal to limit burn pile sizes for some areas.
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Wildlife Watch report shows growing interest in 'citizen science' on Snoqualmie Pass highway
Launched in November 2010, I-90 Wildlife Watch is a citizen-based wildlife monitoring project that invites motorists to report wildlife sightings along I-90 in the Snoqualmie Pass region of Washington.
May 6 rock blasting closure could keep Snoqualmie Pass closed for hours
The winter-like weather on Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass caused crews to cancel the extended rock blasting closure planned earlier this week.
Rock blasting on May 1 could keep Snoqualmie Pass closed for multiple hours
One of the four rock-blasting closures planned for next week on I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass could result in a closure lasting up to four hours.
Obama pedals bike at 3rd White House science fair
President Barack Obama pedals bicycle-powered emergency water-sanitation station for Payton Karr, 16, left, and Kiona Elliott, 18, center, both from Oakland Park, Fla., to help demonstrate their invention, Monday, April 22, 2103, in the East Garden of the White House in Washington, where the president hosted the White House Science Fair to ... (more)