Northwest NEWS

May 3, 1999

Valley Special

Carnation holds Spring Cleanup/Special Recycling day

Cleanup/RecyclingOn Saturday, May 8, the Public Works Department of the city of Carnation will sponsor their Special Recycling Collection/Spring Cleanup Day.

Novelty Bridge project to go out for bids

Novelty Bridge projectThe Novelty Bridge replacement project will go out for construction bids later this year, according to the King County Road Services Division.

Cherry Valley recycling coordinator honored

coordinator honoredCherry Valley's night custodian and recycling coordinator, Trisha Hamilton, was invited to King County's Solid Waste Division's May 4 event which recognized and celebrated the contributions of teachers and students.

Remlinger Farms opens for season

Remlinger FarmsRemlinger Farms in Carnation opened May 1 for this year's growing season. Farm hours are 9:30-6 every day.

Main Street Music opens

Main Street MusicMain Street Music's Grand Opening is this month. The store is offering new and used CDs and tapes, along with posters, T-shirts, music accessories, and more.

SPU students graduate

graduatesLocal students have graduated from Seattle Pacific University.

Around the Valley

Around the Valley