Northwest NEWS

November 30, 1998

Valley Special

Volunteers and donations made community dinner possible

community dinnerHearts were warmed by live music at the first Duvall/Carnation Free Community Thanksgiving dinner held on Thanksgiving Day.

Local teacher named as 'Master' in National Contest for Web-Centric Lesson Plans

prize winnerNelda Brangwin from Cherry Valley Elementary School has been selected as the 3rd prize winner in the 0-3 grade category in this fall's MasterSearch contest.

'Winter Wonderland' in Carnation

Winter WonderlandThe Carnation Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual Christmas in Carnation on Dec. 5 with a "Winter Wonderland" theme.

Holiday Fest at Duvall Plaza

Holiday FestThe public is invited to join Riverside Ave. Arts and all Duvall Plaza merchants for a "Holiday Open House" on Dec. 5.

New fire hydrants could lower insurance premiums

new fire hydrantsRecently, the expansion of Water District 119 and some new water lines in the city of Duvall have provided new fire hydrants in areas that had none before.

Polacek earns master's degree

master's degreeDuvall resident Matt Polacek recently earned a master's degree at Central Washington University.

Obituary: Dorothy Portwood Mills

obituaryServices were held Nov. 29 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Fall City for Dorothy Portwood Mills, 89, of Carnation.

Carnation Recycle Center winter hours

winter hoursCarnation Recycle Center has switched to winter hours and is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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