Northwest NEWS

July 13, 1998

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Lawsuit payments had little impact on Duvall budget, says finance director

 Earlier this year, the city paid $50,000 to Sara Barry, former Administrative Assistant to the Mayor. Last year $15,000 was paid to Mary Laird, a Duvall accounting clerk, as part of settlement terms.

Carnation climbers aim to reach their peak

 Over the last decade, Mount Rainier has become a dramatic symbol of the value of clean air, as pollution more frequently obscures the visibility of the 14,411-foot peak. But air pollution means more than just a spoiled view; poor air quality contributes significantly to respiratory and heart disease, and causes tens of thousands of premature deaths in our country each year.

Sandblast '98--Duvall's summer arts festival now includes dance workshops and performance

 Don't miss the event which will bring Sandblast '98 to a rousing conclusion and promises to have participants dancing their way back to their cars.

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Safety Forum to provide input to state summit

 "We need to do everything in our power as a community and as a state to make sure schools are a safe place [for students] to learn and teachers to teach," said Dr. Rich McCullough, superintendent of the Snoqualmie Valley School District.

Sandblast Schedule

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