Dining In: Beating the breakfast blahs
Gardening: Beetle love--getting to know them
Garden fever begins to strike just after Valentine's Day, and gardeners wonder if the ground is too wet for digging.
Woodinville cook named Bake-Off finalist
Pam Fulton of Woodinville doesn't exactly fit the accepted mold of a Pillsbury Bake-Off Finalist. However, she'll soon travel to Dallas to compete for $1 million in the national competition.
Local vets participate in county's free cat spay program
King County Animal control is sponsoring a cats-only Feline Fix '96 Feb. 26-29. More than 1,500 coupons will be distributed to area veterinary hospitals to provide no cost spay/neuter surgeries.
Daffodil Days fundraiser heralds spring
The American Cancer Society and First Interstate Bank are teaming up again for the annual Daffodil Days fundraiser, where you can help fight cancer and brighten your home or office at the same time.
Woodinville resident named Evergreen Community Advisor
Kerrin Gibbons of Woodinville is one of six advisors appointed to Evergreen Community Health Care's 30-member Community Advisor Program.
Dispute Resolution Center sets training date
Training for intake volunteers at the Dispute Resolution Center in Everett will be held Thursday, Feb. 29, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Clothing designer presents 'Free Spirited' sewing seminar
A trunk show and talk by clothing designer Mary Lou Rankin will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 27, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Lake Washington Technical College.
Women's cancer screenings focus of new program
The Snohomish Health District is participating in the Breast and Cervical Health Program, part of a Center for Disease Control-sponsored statewide initiative.
Youth become first-rate sitters in Camp Fire program
Youth in grades 5 through 7 will learn skills they need to be first-class babysitters, including basic care like diapering and feeding, in Camp Fire's Babysitting Course at the Eastside Camp Fire office in Redmond's Family Resource Center.
Professional Practice Division new at Evergreen
Evergreen Community Health Care has formed a new Professional Practice Division for primary care physicians.
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