The newly placed blue sign at King Street and Railroad Avenue in Snoqualmie is the first in what could become several signs directing people to downtown services and attractions.
The Snoqualmie Valley Record picked up a bevy of awards this month, in the Washington Newspaper Publisher’s Association Better Newspaper Contest.
William G. A. Shaw has been named publisher of the Snoqualmie Valley Record. Shaw, Marketing Director for Reporter Newspapers, was named to the position by Josh O’Connor, Vice President of the Reporter Newspapers division of Sound Publishing.
Open house set
Gas prices may be all over the charts, but Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet recently brought in a novel selection of vehicles designed to take a bite out of the gas budget.
The national financial crunch has left some people wondering how safe their money really is.
New agent joins real estate office
A recent expansion at Pro Ski and Mountain Services in North Bend leaves patrons of the winter sports shop with more room to explore.
Owner Martin Volken said the expansion, into a second storefront on North Bend Way, added about 500 square feet and doubled the retail area.
NORTH BEND – Of the hundreds of businesses in Western Washington, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) ranks North Bend’s The Lost Mitten among the best.
SNOQUALMIE – Over the last 15 years, Sportraits has turned chaos into carefully crafted photos that often leave parents wondering, “How do they do that?”
For the 12th consecutive year, Edward Jones ranked No. 1 in Registered Representative magazine’s annual survey of the nation’s seven largest financial-services firms.
Accutax in North Bend offers help for businesses and individuals with recovering overpaid taxes. Owned by John and Melanie Comber, Accutax operates under the policy of “no refund – no charge.”
WorkSource Redmond has a representative available from 8-11 a.m. the first and third Thursdays of the month at the North Bend Community Church to help veterans find employment.