Snoqualmie Business Park’s $23 million ‘green’ Technical Glass Products building, now about half complete, impressed the dozen Valley business owners and civil servants who toured it on Monday, April 28.
When spring makes way, it rubs off a recognizable happiness and spirit of renewal. Lois Maathuis, district sales manager for Dressbarn in North Bend, says that same spirit is evident in women’s fashion styles for the spring season this year.
Construction work on Casino Snoqualmie halted for the day on Monday, April 21, as members of Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 66 staged a picket protest against a subcontractor’s use of non-union stainless steel kitchen installation laborers at the site.
In between studying for exams at Western Washing-ton Uni-versity at Belling-ham, Mount Si High School graduate Thomas Taylor treks home each weekend to round up customers for his upcoming summer job.
Adam Lile, a financial advisor with Edward Jones working at Snoqualmie Ridge, announced that, for the second year in a row, the global financial services firm is the highest-ranking brokerage firm on BusinessWeek magazine’s second annual ranking of “Customer Service Champs.”