Zeos Greene was at school in Minnesota when he got a call from his high school friend Daniel Briggs.
“He just told me, ‘Do you wanna climb 12 volcanoes over the summer?’” Greene said. “I was like, ‘Yep.’”
In June, Briggs, Greene and their friends Logan Heine and Chris Dymek set out in their cars loaded with food and climbing gear and spent 30 days climbing 12 of the Cascades’ most notable volcanoes. They met up with their friend Kyle McCrohan for the last two. He couldn’t get out of work for the whole journey.
Radio Duvall is having an informational meeting open to the public on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. at the Duvall Fire Station. Everyone is welcome to attend. The purpose of the meeting is to provide a short history of the station, explain the current status, share plans for the future and ask for support from the community.
Radio Duvall is at an important decision-making point about its future and needs the community’s input. Anyone who wants to support the station or who has an interest in having a radio station in Duvall should attend this meeting.
A current immediate need is someone to oversee fundraising and underwriting activities. If you or someone you know is interested in this position, please come to the meeting or call the station at 425-788-5734 and leave a message.
Years in the making, and after months of delay, it is finally here: John Howie’s Beardslee Public House opened in Bothell last week. After all the buzz about the building, the food and the spirits, guests will get to try it for the first time. The restaurant, at 19116 112th Ave. NE., is right off I-405 and just a stone’s throw away from the University of Washington Bothell campus.