This week in Snoqualmie Valley history: Weyerhauser plant supervisor moves on, Tolt Demons, businessmen want on school board

Revisit stories from the past 25 and 50 years, as published in the pages of the Snoqualmie Valley Record. This week's entries include:

Thursday, Jan. 28, 1988

• North Bend is considering a temporary ordinance requiring developments to be screened by a design review committee. Proponents want it to make sure developments put forward before the city’s community plan is complete are up to snuff.

Thursday, Jan. 31, 1963

• Bert S. Hammond, superintendent at Weyerhaeuser’s plywood plant at Snoqualmie Falls, was promoted to run the new plant at Coos Bay, Ore. LeRoy C. McManemy will succeed him.

• Somebody is going to have a new standing in the league after Friday’s game at Tolt High. The Demons host the Coupeville Wolves, both tied for third place.

• Six candidates filed for three positions on the board of the Snoqualmie Valley School District No. 407. For Area 2, a Carnation drug store owner, doctor and farmer have thrown their hats in the ring.


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