Northwest NEWS

April 23, 2001

Features

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PSE submits new rate proposal

*Puget Sound Energy filed a new time-of-use rate proposal to replace the one submitted earlier this month.
  

Unimogs are dipped, not sprayed

*April 15-21 has been designated National Grange Week in honor of granges as family fraternities that provide aid in agricultural, legislative issues and community concerns.
  

Ancient Chinese art from a forgotten region at SAM

*On July 18, 1986, an important archeological discovery was accidentally unearthed near Sanxingdui, a small village about 20 miles northeast of Chengdu, in the Sichuan Province of China.
  

Solutions for power crisis

*President, Chroma Lighting Supplies Inc.
   In the not-too-distant past, electrical costs did not rank so highly among the budgeting concerns of businesses and homes.
  

Honors Society Literacy Drive asks for books

* The Cedarcrest Honors Society Community Literacy Drive will be taking place through May 4. The society is asking for donations of any used books in fairly good condition.