Author: Crystal

Clayton Farmers Market 2021

The Clayton Farmers Market is now open for the 2021 season, which runs every Sunday June through September except during the Clayton Community Fair. Do not miss out on an opportunity to peruse a variety of wares, produce, and animals from local artists and farmers.

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Deer Park Book Sales Are Back!

The Friends of the Deer Park Library will hold their first book sale of the summer on June 11th – 12th. Three additional sales are scheduled to take place throughout the summer months.

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First Swap Meet at Deer Park Airport

Traffic was at times backed up as people came in the thousands to the first Swap Meet at The Old Drag Strip at the Deer Park Airport, this last Memorial weekend. “It went absolutely great,” said Hargis Adams, one of the founders of the Deer Park Car Club. This Deer Park Car Club sponsored event proved that you do not need to leave Deer Park to have an exciting time.

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June 4th Burn Ban

Outdoor Recreational Fires and Open Burning are restricted due to the hot, dry conditions and fire dangers.
Effective today, June 4, 2021, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), in cooperation with partner agencies, is adding new burn restrictions on DNR-protected lands in eastern Washington.

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Keep on Truckin Miss Deer Park

“The show must go on” is the saying and the Miss Deer Park Scholarship Association takes it to heart as they maneuver a third year of creative planning. Eight junior girls worked their hearts out, condensing three months of training into two intensive weeks of practice, each hoping to earn the title of Miss Deer Park.

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SCLD Bundles That Grow

Spokane County Library District (SCLD) added a new twist to the seed library program, while still allowing patrons to grow and learn about local agriculture by growing seeds adapted to our region.

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Three of Four Vote for More

Upcoming election in April offers hope for one school district. A special election on February 9th, 2021 asked voters to replace the expiring three-year Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) Levy. This levy, if approved, would not change or increase current tax rates. Schools use their EP&O Levy funds for many different learning programs and activities outside of state-funded basic education, including but not limited to programs in their community like:

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Graduating with a Waiver

Local, state, or national emergencies should not stand in the way of our students graduating from high school. Governor Inslee recently signed a house bill which provides a waiver of certain high school graduation requirements.

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Opening Up Like A Book

Spokane County Libraries announced the reopening of their eleven facilities to the public on March 8th in a limited capacity. This will be the second time that the Spokane County Libraries will be reopening their doors; the last time was in November 2020. They were only able to remain open for a couple of weeks before they had to close back down.

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