The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has received a $100,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture for technical assistance and equipment for a small business incubator.
Two years in the making, Gateway Gas and Deli opened its doors on Snoqualmie Ridge last Thursday, July 17. The station, once home to a real estate office, has a ski lodge feel, complete with a free- standing fireplace, which owners Brad and Jennifer Oberlander plan to fire up in the winter.
Richard Della Serra marks his 16th year in business in the Valley at Mount Si Concrete.
Della Serra works with homeowners to install all types of concrete work, including foundations, walks, porches, slabs and basements, and now offers pressure washing and sealing. Free estimates and tips on concrete work are also available.
It was a long wait, but well worth it for the owner and fans of Mix It Up!, the new ice creamery on Snoqualmie Ridge.
The shop, which features ice cream made from scratch daily, as well as live-culture frozen yogurt, was more than two years in the making.
Snoqualmie Public Works Director Kirk Holmes has got love for the electric car.
“I’m hooked on this right here,” said Holmes, tapping the symbol of a crossed-out gas pump on the side of the Miles truck, an electric model that uses no gasoline.
The city of Snoqualmie held an open house on a recent Friday at the public works department, checking out two all-electric vehicles, a car and a truck. The city plans to add a green car to its fleet within the month.