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Start Now: Christmas Coloring Contest 2021

Time to bring out your favorite art supplies and add some color to this holiday. You can download and print coloring pages with the button below. Mail your completed artwork to us with an entry form and you could win one of three awesome prize packages. All ages are invited to submit their artwork. While everyone in your family is welcome to send submissions, there can only be one winner per household.

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Sponsoring Some Holiday Fun

Christmas traditions are a big part of what makes the holiday season so comforting. The feeling of familiarity mixed with anticipation while surrounded by the

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Local News

Did Your Vote Count?

Did you know you can make sure your ballot has been counted? Only 8 votes separate two candidates in the election for City Council Position #3. Nearly 20 ballots might not be counted as a result of signature issues.

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Start Now: Christmas Coloring Contest 2021

Time to bring out your favorite art supplies and add some color to this holiday. You can download and print coloring pages with the button below. Mail your completed artwork to us with an entry form and you could win one of three awesome prize packages. All ages are invited to submit their artwork. While everyone in your family is welcome to send submissions, there can only be one winner per household.

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Business

Back-On-Track Approach

As they make their way through summer, the Chamber of Commerce has been tediously ironing out details to ensure a back-on-track approach after the recent year with COVID. 

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Animals

The Scoop on Poop

Many families enjoy spending time outdoors in parks and playgrounds. Unfortunately, while our children enjoy the privilege of playing in safe neighborhoods, they unwittingly are only one step away from a genuine threat. 

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Garden

Keep your Harvest Going!

After pulling your potatoes out of the ground, try planting carrots! The ground is nice and soft after removing the potatoes and perfect for carrots. First, spread a thin layer of compost onto the harvested area. You must use compost and not manure!

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Schools

Rotary Students of the Month October 2021

Brianna Smith, October student of the month from Mary Walker High School was introduced by Rotarian Marty Hilton.  Brianna, who was adopted from a foster children’s program introduced her mother, Stefany Smith.  Stefany serves as Mayor of Springdale, Washington. Brianna is an Upward Bound student and the current ASB Secretary. She holds a 3.2 GPA and said art is her favorite class. She recently started a mural of butterflies and sunflowers on the side of the Community Center in Springdale.  She is a member of the varsity volleyball team and would like to become an FBI agent.

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Technology

AVISTA – 20 Years Into The Future

Avista held their 2021 Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) presentation in an online public forum. Company representatives discussed plans for the next 20 years about Avista’s energy, environmental, and customer service goals

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