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Out of the Past: Illegal fireworks, Book drop, Climb Mount Si | This week in Valley history

Stories from 25 and 50 years ago in the Snoqualmie, as reported in the pages of the Valley Record:

Thursday, July 18, 1988

• A Snoqualmie Fire Department officer observed a juvenile subject exploding fireworks at a residence on Silva Street, obviously illegal in type.

• While developers in the city of Carnation will soon have to adhere to certain design standards, they will also have to begin paying a pre-development fee to cover the city’s overhead costs for processing building permit applications.

Thursday, July 14, 1963

• Patrons of the Snoqualmie Public Library now have the convenience of returning books to the library at any hour of the day or night by means of the recently completed book drop.

• If enough adults are interested, Harold Keller, director of the Y, has offered to lead a climb up Mount Si. The tentative date has been set for a Saturday in August, but is subject to change if another day is preferred.

 

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