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One of Snoqualmie's oldest buildings stands on the corner of S.E. River Street and Falls Avenue S.E., it has served many purposes over the years including home to a bank, Snoqualmie City Hall, office space, and the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, but it has always remained a consistent fixture of the city.
The King County Flood Warning Center announced at 12:50 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, that the Snoqualmie River has reached Flood Phase 3. The river rose quickly this morning, from a Flood Phase 2 alert at 10:30 a.m.
The Encompass NW organization serving the Snoqualmie Valley is probably the most youthful 50-year-old you've ever seen. Its three locations (in North Bend and Carnation) are filled with children almost year round and with the energy needed to serve this growing population.
Most businesses, when they grow, relocate to bigger cities, with bigger markets. A few specialty retailers, like Pro Ski and Mountain Service in North Bend, benefit from doing the opposite.
Three new educational signs have been installed at some of Fall City's important historic locations, with four more in the works, thanks to the efforts from the Fall City Historical Society.