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A 70-year-old man was seriously injured when he fell from scaffolding on to his head on the sidewalk on Front Street in Coupeville Thursday.
The summer of 2015 was a hard year for salmon in the Pacific Northwest, with thousands of returning sockeye salmon dying in the Columbia River due to warmer water. Fortunately, we didn’t have a die-off of adult salmon in the Snoqualmie River and its tributaries. However, the increased water temperatures and low flows were both bad news for the salmon, and probably led to delayed mortality of juvenile fish rearing in the river, and in some places inhibited adult salmon from swimming upstream to spawn.
U.S. 8th District Congressman Dave Reichert returned to Snoqualmie on Wednesday, Oct. 26, to speak at the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at the Snoqualmie Ridge TPC.
The King County Library System has a long history of strong support from its community. As an independent taxing district, KCLS provides citizens who live within the district a direct voice in library funding. That voice has sent a consistent message that libraries are valuable and dynamic community institutions, and continuing support over the years has demonstrated that residents want it to stay that way.
Out of the Past: North Bend, Snoqualmie councils meet for first time on Meadowbrook Farm planning; Another stray bullet found inside a home
The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record's archives: