Dining In: Put some zip into spring break lunches
Try something new, tasty, and healthy with the kids at home next week with these recipes.
Gardening: April tasks for Northwest gardens
April brings clear spring life to the maritime Northwest garden, from the blooming spring narcissus and tulips to the sound of bird song in the morning. This month the tasks that make the summer garden thrive must be done!
State to honor writer with award
Each year the Washington State Library and the Washington Commission for the Humanities award the Nancy Blankenship Pryor Award to an individual or organization who has made a unique contribution to the literary culture of Washington State.
Recycling event in Redmond area
Residents in unincorporated areas can drop off a variety of reusable and recyclable materials during a special recycling event held by the King County Solid Waste Division April 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Eastlake High School east of Redmond.
Boating and picnic tips
The weather is warming up which means outdoor recreational activities are near. The Department of Ecology would like to share some environmental tips for boating and having picnics.
Recycled cut grass is rewarding
Cut grass is a major part of the waste we create, but it's one of the best fertilizers in the world, and it's being routinely thrown away.
Better Business Bureau tips
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