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Physical therapist Joe McVein of Apple Physical Therapy in North Bend, 249 Main Ave. S., is relocating the practice to Bellevue as of the first of January 2006.
There are two new faces at the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Parlor at 8103 Falls Ave. in Snoqualmie.
Shelley Cole, owner of Koko Beans, a new coffee shop at 8010 Railroad Ave., makes a drink for a customer. Cole has always wanted to open a coffee shop and hopes that her store "provides comfortable accommodations for relaxing and enjoying great coffee drinks." She said she proudly serves Pioneer Coffee.
Genuine Image Photography, at 8150 Railroad Ave., Suite B, in Snoqualmie, has opened its studio for photography sessions of all types, including families, individuals, pregnant women, newborns, children, high school seniors, engagements and weddings.
From 5-10 p.m. on Dec. 24, Christmas Eve, and 2-9 p.m. on Dec. 25, Christmas Day, the Salish Lodge & Spa will offer holiday dining at The Dining Room.
The Salish Lodge & Spa and Salish Dining Room were each one of the 24 Washington and northern Idaho establishments that AAA announced as the 2006 Four Diamond Award recipients.
A heavy, spicy scent wafts through the air while the soothing Celtic sounds of Enya fill the new clothing store on Snoqualmie Ridge.
Jack and Christina Leatherman relocated their Cascade Comics & Games store in mid-October of last year from Main Avenue in North Bend to 226 E. North Bend Way in North Bend. They sell comic books, collectibles, card games and more. They said they have noticed an increase in customers since the move, as they are less hidden in the new location next to Scott's Dairy Freeze. The couple has lived in North Bend for 16 years. Christina, who is pregnant, said she was due in about two-and-a-half weeks at the time of this publication.
Imagine a day when certain types of cancer can be zapped with a painless procedure.
Dr. Leslie Bedell of Agape Chiropractic Healing Center in North Bend has completed her advanced training in craniosacral therapy at the Upledger Institute in Palm Beach, Fla.
John L. Scott Real Estate in North Bend recently announced the top local agents. Pictured, are, left to right, back row, George Warren, Julie Fromm, Hary Buhler and Carey Wright. In the front row, from left to right, are Sally Cabe, Sherry Pickett and Mariella Whitney. Winning top honors was Pickett, who was honored with the President's Gold Award for selling a minimum of 36 units or $150,000 in gross commissions. Winning the President's Award for a minimum of 24 units or $100,000 in gross commissions were Wright, Buhler and Warren. Finally, the Emerald Award winners for selling a minimum of 18 units or $75,000 in gross commissions were Fromm, Whitney and Cabe. John L. Scott Real Esate can be reached at (425) 888-3896.
Mark Adamski, owner of Cascadia Spas & Stoves Inc. in North Bend, celebrated the recent opening of his business. The shop is located at 111 E. North Bend Way and exclusively features Clearwater Spas and Regency Fireplace Products. Call (425) 831-8828 or visit www.spas-stoves.com.
The lights came on, the doors were opened and the taps began to flow as the Snoqualmie Falls Brewery Co. opened its Snoqualmie Brewery and Taproom along Falls Avenue last Wednesday.
In December 2005, Adventure Bowling Center and Sahara Pizza (they share the same building space) owner Harold Nesland began the first of many upgrades to his Snoqualmie businesses along Falls Avenue.
Phil's Country Store owner Phil Anrig, right, with employee Teresa Burdulis, moved locations on the first of the month. Previously located at 43306 S.E. North Bend Way, the store is now next to NAPA Auto Parts at 1170 E. North Bend Way in North Bend. Selling RV supplies, pellet stoves, animal feed and more, the store is open from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.
New ownership, new name and new products and services are now available at Replicator Graphics; formerly known as Alpine Trophy. The store location is the same, 42328 S.E. 108th St., North Bend, just east of downtown North Bend. New owners, Marc Rosenthal and Ellen Torchia, will offer custom silk screening, engraving, bannering, name tags and laser engraving on most surfaces, as well an assortment of trophies. Business hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information about the new products and services, call (425) 888-1911 or visit the Web site at www.replicatorgraphics.com.
Jamie and Chuck Gleghorn of Snoqualmie celebrated the opening of their Christian book store Scriptures in early April. The store, open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., offers Christian-themed music, books, movies, toys and more. It is located in Snoqualmie at 8150 Railroad Ave. S.E., Suite D. For more information, call (425) 888-3711 or visit www.ScripturesChristianStore.com.
An independent insurance agency and an escrow service are now open for business at 301 Bendigo Blvd. in North Bend. Doug Carr, left, has 29 years of experience in the insurance industry, owns Carriage Insurance Agency. Carr sells auto, home and business insurance. As an independent agent, Carr can find any type of insurance. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Contact Carriage Insurance Agency at (425) 888-5066 for more information.
With 25 years combined experience in the escrow industry, Debi Beyerlin, center, and Toddia Stone recently co-founded Integrity Escrow Services Inc. They share an office with Carr at the same location. Beyerlin and Stone hope to become an integral part of the Snoqualmie Valley real estate community. Office hours are 9 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Call (425) 831-5848 for more information.
When Ron Brown started working at a North Bend gas station in 1966 while still a student at Mount Si High School, he never expected that 40 years later he would still be working with cars.
What started as purely inspiration has become a reality with the recent completion of the Pacific Northwest's only treehouse massage studio, Heavensfield Massage and Body Work.