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.
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.
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.
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.
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.