April 5, 1999
Wilderness experts mentor students
They wander about in the wilderness, some barefoot, looking for tracks in the sand or gathering cedar shavings from an old stump. This is the typical Friday for the Wilderness Awareness Community School.
Paulette Quiroga-Jacklin is Jefferson Award nominee
Paulette Quiroga-Jacklin, local fitness expert and community activist, is one of 211 state residents who have been nominated for the 1999 Jefferson Awards for public service.
Snoqualmie Tribe finds new home in Fall City
For the past several years, Snoqualmie tribal members have operated their offices in increasingly cramped quarters on the lower floor of the historic Odd Fellows Hall in Carnation.