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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but until just recently there weren't many places to go in Snoqualmie to get a home-style breakfast. Ron Willmorth and April Stewart wanted to change that so in early December, they opened the Eagle's Nest Cafe, an affordable spot for breakfast and lunch.
The delicious aromas of meatballs, lasagna and tomato sauce waft through the air of Sebastiani's, a new Italian restaurant on Center Boulevard Southeast on Snoqualmie Ridge.
It took nearly two years for Danny Tran to realize his dream of opening a Chinese restaurant in downtown Snoqualmie. In November, his dream came true with the debut of Got Rice on Railroad Avenue.
Beginning Monday, March 5, The Falls Pharmacy in downtown Snoqualmie will become a compounding-only pharmacy.
The women of Curves for Women in North Bend worked so hard to find out the secret behind fitness center owner David Saucedo's demise last January, they lost pounds and inches doing it.
Generations of farmers have earned a living from working the fertile bottomlands along King County's Snoqualmie River. Many of those riverside livelihoods were wiped out last November as widespread flooding inundated farmlands and ruined crops.
Diners at the newly opened Banlican Bistro in North Bend will find the surroundings familiar, but the food is headed in all new directions.
John Good may be the new owner of Koko Beans Coffee House in Snoqualmie, but he's well-known to his customers.
Anna Sotelo - the "Ana" in Ana's Family Style Mexican Restaurant in the Snoqualmie Ridge Village - recently opened her restaurant.
Kimball Creek Village, a three-building, 30,000-square-foot new retail village, makes room for dozens of new businesses on the east slope of Snoqualmie Ridge.
The former Bank of America building in Snoqualmie once safeguarded people's money. Now, the valuables there will be preschool-age children who will attend the Valley's newest Montessori school when it opens this fall.
Want to buy an ad in the Valley Record? Shari Graber will be glad to help. She's the newspaper's new advertising account executive.
Snoqualmie resident Ed Wentz' business, Wentz Electronics, has grown a bit and seen some big changes in its 45-year history.
And while he's had some offers to sell, Wentz, 76, is in no hurry to retire.
The Salish Lodge & Spa has attracted a lot of interest from potential buyers.
As 16-year-old student driver Dylan Wall pilots a brightly painted Honda Scion around the streets of Snoqualmie, the driving instructor seated beside him wants to know what's going through his head.
North Bend resident Bev Jorgensen, a unit leader for home-party sales company Party Lite, is the fourth person ever to receive the company's Illumina award.
Frontier Home and Land, a new, full-service residential and commercial real estate company located at the Venture Commerce Center on Snoqualmie Ridge, is open for business.
The Snoqualmie Valley Record's parent company - Sound Publishing Inc. - bought two established community newspapers, a regional shopper and two monthly business publications.
The Red Oak Residence, an independent and assisted living center in North Bend, marked 10 years in business Saturday, Sept. 8.
A Kirkland-based commercial glass company has selected the business park on Snoqualmie Ridge for its new headquarters and manufacturing center.