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Community Events, March 2015
Crazy Charlie, a disoriented bird that flew at my friend’s house windows every year, used to be the definitive sign of spring for her.
This week, we welcome our new reporter, Allyce Andrew, to the Valley Record. She is a freelance photographer, and graduated in 2013 with a journalism degree from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, and she has already begun my re-education.
How safe are fireworks, really?: Guest columnist Mark Correira, Snoqualmie Fire Chief, offers insights
This past Fourth of July, many Snoqualmie Ridge residents witnessed the risks associated with fireworks, when a home on Fairway Avenue burned, threatened the neighboring house, and injured one firefighter.
Fuel for the fireworks: As Snoqualmie debates public safety and individual rights, let’s look at the rules already on the books
However you may feel about fireworks, love them, or hate them, well, I completely agree with you.