Out of the Past: PUD opponents go to court; Ladies of look family injured on horseback ride

The following items made the news 25 and 50 years ago in the Snoqualmie Valley, as reported in the Valley Record:

Thursday, Aug. 10, 1989

• After lobbying against the Si View PUD proposal and seeing its approval by the North Bend City Council in June, the group Save our Open Spaces, or SOS, has gone to the courts for relief. In a petition filed in Superior court, the group seeks a review of all city documents pertaining to the development, and a halt on to work on the 96-acre site.

• The need for foster homes in the Valley is greater now than at any time in the last nine years, says Donna Kellam, a foster care licenser with the state.

Thursday, Aug. 13, 1964

• Two former Valleyites, Miss Ann Look, 20, and her mother, Mrs. Orland Look, are recovering from injuries suffered when a horseback trip into the Cascades ended in a fall down the steep side of a gorge into a rushing creek. The injured women were found  by hikers two miles south of the La Bohn Gap.


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