MARCH 17, 1997

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Oscar Roloff: She started the Snoqualmie turbines spinning

Oscar Roloff Over the years, I've "scooped" many a lucrative Eastside story. Here's another one: she's Dorothy Bond. It was 31 July 1899 that at long last, the Snoqualmie Falls was more than a beautiful scene of tons of cascading water.

Students serve as legislative pages

legislative pages Deanne Roberts and Nikki Fritz-Tamblyn recently served as legislative pages during the current legislative session.

50th wedding anniversary celebrations

50th wedding anniversaries Rita and Case Oppelaar and Johanna and Bill Dahl are celebrating 50 years of marriage.

Grange gathers, donates toys

toys donated When Sammamish Valley Grange member Evelyn Kammerer read that stuffed toys were needed by fire departments to give to children involved in traumatic situations, she brought the matter up to the Grange.

Plans underway for new children's museum on Eastside

children's museum Plans are in progress for the Across the Bridge Children's Museum, a highly participatory and interactive facility for youth, to be located on the Eastside.