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Tradition is important in Carnation, where change happens slowly, but surely. The city of just over 1,000 people has struggled in recent years with budget cuts and finding ways to fund police services. Building in the city was stalled for decades because the city was on septic systems but now, the city’s “new” sewer system is nine years old and a long awaited development of nearly 100 homes is on its way.
Community Events, August 2015
The exhibit, 'Mrs. Goldberg, A Curated Life' closes August 8.
Sizzleworks owner Carol Dearth shows us how to make crispy squashed potatoes.
The most dangerous wildfire weather of the year arrived July 31 in Washington, with crackling-dry forests and grasslands, soaring temperatures and increased probability of multiple large fires from now through the middle of next week, according to wildfire experts at the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
Tent City 4, the roaming homeless encampment that was recently in Preston, has moved just off of Exit 20 on I-90 in the Echo Lake area of Snoqualmie on July 11.