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Out of the Past: Water main ruins their weekend; A simple wedding; Where's my bag?

The following stories from 50 and 25 years ago were reported in the pages of the Snoqualmie Valley Record:

Thursday, July 25, 1963

Whatever plans Mitty Terhune and Ken Bergquist, Snoqualmie town employees, may have had for last Saturday night were drastically changed when a water main on the Coal Mine Road near Kimball Creek went kaput about 6 p.m.

The Carnation Town Council has approved and renewed the contract between the town and Fire Protection District 35, whereby the town will pay the fire district 3 mills, or $955.61

Miss Bonnie Jean Willett, daughter of Mrs. Olive Willett of North Bend and the late Mr. Glenn Willett, became the bride of Mr. Ronald R. Brady in a simple ceremony at the Mount Si Lutheran Church on June 29.

Thursday, July 21, 1988

Former King County Executive Randy Revelle was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Friends of Snoqualmie Valley last week. His chief messages were a defense of the 1985 Comprehensive Plan and a list of “do’s and don’t’s” for lobbyists.

Subject reported loss of orange and yellow sleeping bag from vehicle as he was driving between Snoqualmie and North Bend

Sno-Valley Jr. Football will have equipment issue Saturday, July 23, from 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. Equipment will be issued at the Mount Si High school field house. A parent must be present to sign for the equipment.

 

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