Saturday Nov 23
List of Whatcom County u-cut, we-cut Christmas tree farms
Shopping for Christmas trees begins around Thanksgiving for most Whatcom County families, and here's our annual list of u-cut and we-cut farms in our area.
Viva Tierra Organic Recognized for Work with Disabled Youths
Viva Tierra Organic has been nominated by Washington Vocational Services for an award from the Washington Sate Governor's Committee on Disability Issues and Employment for its partnership with the Sedro-Woolley Adult Transition Program.
Military personnel sought to receive care packages
Sedro-Woolley Community Troop Support sends care packages of food, hygiene products, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation to men and women in the U.S. military.
Viva Tierra nominated for governor's award
Viva Tierra's community service efforts in Sedro-Woolley, Wash., gained the attention of Washington Vocational Services, which nominated Viva Tierra for an award from the Washington State Governor's Committee on Disability Issues and Employment.
Ride the rails with Santa on two trains
Board the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad in North Bend for a 20-minute, 3.5 mile ride for a stop at the restored Snoqualmie Depot where Santa awaits.
Tree-cutting permits in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie forest on sale Nov. 12
Cutting areas are within national forest lands in the eastern parts of Pierce, King, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties.
'An Epidemic of Failed Adoptions'
If you're up to getting your heart broken today, Slate.com has a thoughtful article that uses the case of Hana Williams, the Ethiopian girl fatally abused by her adoptive parents in Sedro-Woolley, as a launch point to investigate the trend of "American orphanages" in Western Washington .