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As the eyes, ears and voice of local business, Karen Granger, newly hired executive director of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, looks to build a role as community advocate that she's been honing for 30 years.
Armed with a row of graphics showing wider sidewalks, lots of colorful signs, broad vistas and pedestrian-friendly trails, consultant Tom Beckwith asked Snoqualmie business and building owners to consider the possibilities of a redeveloped downtown.
Jay Kelly and Bryan Gabriel, both members of Mount Si's 2002 graduating class, aren't satisfied with co-owning a successful upscale gym and separate tanning salon on Snoqualmie Ridge in their mid-twenties.
Snoqualmie Ridge Athletic Club celebrated its one-year anniversary with a ribbon cutting put on by the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are, left to right, co-owner Jay Kelly, Karin Powell, Steve Goldberg, Brenda Huckle, Dale Hancock, co-owner Bryan Gabriel, manager Tony Baldwin, Minna Rudd and chamber director Karen Granger.
A downtown North Bend dining establishment has gone through some big changes lately.
Two Timing Tam's, a consignment shop for home furnishings and apparel for children and adults, opened in North Bend last month.
To the delight of many Valley children - and adults - Todd's Models, formerly located in Trucktown, is now selling electric model airplanes, remote control cars and other hobby items from its new downtown North Bend shop.
It wasn't the most sophisticated e-mail message, but it carried hidden dangers.
An office career couldn't quite cut it for six-year Valley resident Ric Howland.
Members of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce help Cindy Walker (cutting the ribbon) and husband Jim, second from left, open the North Bend Emerald City Smoothie shop. The staff is kneeling in front of the sign. The business is located at 113 Bendigo Blvd. N. next to the North Bend Theatre, which the Walkers also own.
Changes are in store for a downtown North Bend landmark.
NORTH BEND - Your résumé is like your face to an employer and too many people don't bother brushing their teeth.
Employers from a wide range of industries met job hunters at the inaugural Snoqualmie Valley Job Fair, put on by the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, Aug. 20 at Mount Si High School.
The Snoqualmie Valley Record’s newest account executive is a familiar face.
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.
It wasn’t the most sophisticated e-mail message, but it carried hidden dangers.