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When Bill McDaniel was writing his book, “Faces of the Tsunami,” it wasn’t easy.
Community Events, January 2015
Recently, I took two trips in as many days to Joseph Whidbey State Park, which, although not far from where I live, I hadn’t spent much time in the past. My husband warned: it’s wet. That turned out to be the understatement of the year. The first time, I parked in a large gravel parking...
Now that I’ve finally figured out the trail system around Goose Rock, I have decided that these are the two most ideal hikes in terms of time, effort and scenery that begin from the parking lot north of Deception Pass Bridge. Either way, you’ll need to park, display your Discover Pass, and head towards the...
Last Sunday, January 11, the First Tech Challenge Pasteur Interleague Championship was held at Everett High School. Twenty-nine of the thirty-two teams between Bellevue and British Columbia that qualified to participate showed up for a battle of the robots. As it was my first time attending a robotics competition, I had a lot to learn,...
The cadence of Rich Rodgers’ voice is sharp and to the point. He carries a no-nonsense tone yet is mindful of the audience before him. Teaching first aid is serious business to Rodgers, regardless if the group that sits around a table before him on a recent January evening happens to be an inquisitive Cub Scout troop of 8- and 9-year-olds from Oak Harbor.