Tag: COVID-19

City Council Summary July 7th, 2021

Deer Park’s first in-person city council meeting since the COVID-19 shutdowns commenced on June 7th. Spokane County Sheriff was appointed as the chief law enforcement of Deer Park by a unanimous vote.

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Into the Cool of the Pool

The Deer Park Pool is on track to open around July 1st. There have been several obstacles along the way. However, through hard work and community involvement, it is happening this year.

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Lifeguards Needed: Last Day To Apply

City efforts have been made to ensure the pool can open this summer, including hiring a handful of lifeguards. Despite increasing the pay to $22 per hour, no one has applied for the job. The opportunity to sign up for lifeguard certification class ends today.

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Pool Closure Round Two

The Deer Park City posted to their website the news that due to COVID-19 and state restrictions that the pool would not be opening for its 2021 season. This will be the second year that the pool has been closed due to the pandemic.

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Deer Park Graduation 2021

Local high school students are filled with dreams of graduation. For seniors, it is the season for celebrations mixed in with finals. This year’s graduation ceremonies will still bear the marks of the COVID-19 virus, but it is beginning to resemble what most parents recognize.

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Weigh In On COVID-19 Vaccinations

There are many debates about vaccinations. Though both sides have valid arguments. Like everything else since the COVID-19 outbreak, the loudest people seem determined to have their way. Now you can make your voice heard.

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Vaccine Voyage

COVID-19 has dominated our conversation and our thoughts for over a year. The virus brought with it some tough challenges. 2020 was a year of difficult transitions; however, you might say that is true of any year. That is the nature of our existence. We grow older, we change, the world changes and it requires that we change with it.

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Phases Paused For Vaccinations

The fourth wave of the pandemic has been under evaluation for weeks by experts, and their reports have led Governor Inslee to announce a two-week pause of the Roadmap to Recovery plan. During the pause, all Washington state counties will stay at their current phase. Then, after the two-weeks, each county will be re-evaluated.

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Clayton Rodeo On For 2021

The Clayton Pro West Rodeo is planning its return. After being forced to cancel their annual event due to COVID restrictions in 2020, the event is coming back July 23rd and 24th 2021.

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