At a long hot meeting in the library on August 4th, the City Council heard testimony on options for the Miller-Buse property; deliberated on the contract for city planning services and received an update on the budget.
One of the best ever! In spite of cooler temperature and a few sprinkles on August 2nd, the streets were crowed with car enthusiasts, kids and dogs checking out the spectacular vehicles, as well as the “Crusty-Rusty” entries for the 2014 Show 'n' Shine.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Pilchuck Foundation, I want to publicly thank the dozens of exhibitors, providers, and volunteers who helped make our Health and Safety Fair a wonderful success!
Beware of bat bites and scratches. Most bats are harmless, but about 1 in 100 bats caries rabies. Bats like to “hang out” in vacation cabins, attics, barns and outbuildings, and wherever there are plenty of insects they can eat.
Author and pop-culture historian Jennifer K. Stuller will explore the significance of superwomen, cinematic warriors and heroines in modern-day mythology when she speaks at the Marysville Library at 7 p.m. Aug. 11.
Over 130 Granite-Falls-area pictures were recently provided to the Sno-Isle Libraries as part of the "Digitize Our Community" project, an effort intended to make historic pictures and stories available online to patrons