Featured News

Traffic Circles Make Deer Park Well Rounded Community

Do you hate roundabouts, or do you think they’re the cat’s pajamas? Love them or hate them, there are some truths that you may not know about the circular traffic wonder. This article is not expected nor intended to change minds, only to be an interesting (and possibly biased) bit of information about roundabouts.

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Spring Babies

Spring means baby season on the farm, and who can resist those cute little babes? Before running out and filling up the yard with little ones, take quick stock of the surroundings to ensure that they will have everything they need. Food, water, space, safety, and companionship are among the items that need to be considered.

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Local News

Libraries Closures

As you are probably aware, Governor Inslee has issued a statewide order closing schools, canceling public gatherings, and enforcing social distancing. Public libraries have always been reliable and safe gathering places for children and their families. However it has become obvious that there isn’t a way for the libraries to remain open while ensuring the safety of staff and communities.

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A & E

Nothing Short of Magical

Nothing short of magical: Deer Park Homelink’s production of The Canterville Ghost was a journey filled with spills, chills, and all the feels.

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Business

The Gathering

A group of business owners and community members gathered together at Lofty Skies C.O.F.F.E.E. to discuss growing a remarkable community. The coffee house was filled to the brim with an eager audience.

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Animals

Featured Adoptable Pet

Richard is in search of that big love. He has his bursts of puppy energy, but he is an ol’ boy at heart. This pup enjoys cuddling up on the couch and is sure to provide entertainment with his snoring and funny faces.

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Community

Dancing Through The Century

The Miss Deer Park Scholarship Program 2020 was a showcase for 8 extremely talented young women. Despite health concerns and crowd number limitations, the audience was energized and ready to cheer for each one of these amazing participants.

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Sports

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Garden

Ornery Orchids

There are a lot of misconceptions about orchids, including that they are super difficult to grow. Hopefully this article will help dispel those myths!

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Schools

The Peoples’ Voice; SB 5395 On Health Education

Being involved in the political conversation is the most important role in politics. The best and easiest way to accomplish this is to vote; by voting, you hold our legislators accountable for their actions in representing us, as well as ensuring that we the people will be properly represented in the state. Do your part and vote DPGazette.com/reg2vote.

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Technology

Ventures and War Stories

Cyan Inc. has become more and more active. They’ve had a successful Kickstarter for their current game in development, Firmament, as well as released a Cyan Ventures game called Zed. But wait, that’s not all they’re working on…

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