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Convergence Zone Cellars, with tasting rooms in North Bend and Woodinville, won…
The Si View Holiday Bazaar, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,…
Sigillo Cellars will release its new “Brut” sparkling Viognier and other wines…
Snoqualmie Casino has announced the opening of its new restaurant, Vista, featuring…
Spacelabs Healthcare, located on Snoqualmie Ridge, has taken a big leap toward…
A new pet clinic, Salish Veterinary Hospital is now open in Snoqualmie.…
On Friday, Oct. 28, a team of five employees from Snoqualmie Valley…
Glass & Bottle Bistro on Snoqualmie Ridge welcomed a new chef in…
The Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business Thanksgiving luncheon is a treasured yearly…
Snoqualmie Casino celebrates 8th anniversary with prizes of new cars, Vegas trip, chance at $1 million
In celebration of its eighth anniversary, the Snoqualmie Casino is offering guests…
Talking Rain® Beverage Company in Preston announced Oct. 17 the appointment of Brian Kuz to the position of chief marketing officer, reporting directly to Kevin Klock, president and chief executive officer of the company.
The next Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce lunch and learn, held every other Friday, will cover "Understanding the Mind of Your Banker."
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce' will host its annual fall gala Friday, Nov. 18 at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom.
Corners Gift Shop in downtown Snoqualmie is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a customer appreciation event.
At the next Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce lunch and learn, participants will learn about building a roadmap to business success.
Oak Hills Vegetable Farms is now operating in Fall City, just off S.R. 203 at Neal Road. The farm, which moved from Roy, is operated by Martin Wheeler and features organic produce and Pumpkin Land.
Mount Si Gymnastics Academy in North Bend now offers adult gymnastics classes, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays. The first class is free to try.
Salish Lodge & Spa has named Scott Guthrie as its new general manager.
Communication Rebel CEO Michelle Mazur will speak about "Your Unfair Speech Advantage" at the October meeting of Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business. The group will meet, 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club.
Shoppers in North Bend now have a new way to pick up their groceries. On Monday, Sept. 19, North Bend's QFC began operating its online ordering and pickup service.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Consultants' Coffee Klatsches, is providing free business workshops on the second and fourth Friday of each month.
QFC is bringing a new service to the North Bend community. As of Monday, Sept. 19, customers order their groceries online and pick them up the next day at the North Bend QFC, location through the ClickList program.
Cascade Dance Academy recently relocated to a new facility in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park. celebrated the grand opening of its new location on Snoqualmie Ridge Sept. 10.
The Fall City Roadhouse, a 100-year-old restaurant and inn at the junction of Highways 202 and 203, changed ownership on Aug. 1. To celebrate the transition, the new owners are Rob and Debbie Rosemont of Sammamish are putting on a "re-launch" party, Sept. 22 to 25.
Whether you are the owner of a large corporation or a solopreneuer, planning is an essential tool for success. The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free lunch-and-learn workshop called "Planning For Success: The Art of Effective Forecasting and Budgeting," 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, at Snoqualmie City Hall.
Local students are getting a free education in how to manage their money, with the support of Sno Falls Credit Union.
The North Bend Downtown Foundation is seeking to hire an ambassador for the Visitor Information Center and Art Gallery. The ambassador will provide visitors with travel information, create and manage informational displays, assist with downtown events, answer questions and manage visitor center services, operations and sales.
Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business will host Ginger Passarelli of the Soup Ladies at the September meeting. The luncheon starts at noon, Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Snoqualmie Casino.
The Puget Sound Food Hub Farmer Advisory Committee has formed a cooperative to take on the ownership of the Puget Sound Food Hub, which provides a web-based platform and aggregation and distribution services for local farms.
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank in North Bend was part of the CenturyLink Backpack Buddies Food Drive this summer, receiving nearly $1,000 in the employee donation drive.
A new business in the Valley will introduce new sports activities to all ages. TJ Sports offers Archery Tag and Knockerball for parties, corporate team building, church groups, school events, parties and sports teams.
The Healing Garden in North Bend is becoming a day spa, celebrating its grand opening, 2 to 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 20 at the spa, 106 W. North Bend Way, North Bend. Grand opening festivities will include appetizers and drawings to win free spa services.
Marenakos Rock Center in Preston presents "Super Masons," part three of its free series on what people are doing with stone, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20. at the rock center, 30250 S.E. High Point Way, Issaquah.
Commitment to innovation, cutting waste and saving resources are common traits among a diverse group of 112 businesses, named to the King County Solid Waste Division's 10th annual "Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling" list. Among the honorees on the list were the city of Snoqualmie and Lula Ruby Salon.
Howard Shultz was against the frapuccino, but Harry Roberts knew Howard would be missing a huge opportunity. Introduced by Starbucks in 1995, the frapuccino had surpassed $2 billion in sales by 2012.
In recognition of its dedication to quality martial arts instruction and community involvement, DMW Martial Arts was recognized with the Mark of Excellence Award from Century Martial Arts July 6.
On Saturday, July 30, Verizon retailer TCC on Snoqualmie Ridge, will be part of a national drive to donate 235,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children. Between noon and 3 p.m. on July 30, local families are invited to bring their children to the Snoqualmie store, 7802 Center Blvd. S.E., to pick up a backpack filled with pencils, paper, a pencil box, folders and glue in the TCC School Rocks Backpack Giveaway.