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Pierce County News for the week of July 26 – Aug. 9, 2018

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April 26-28 is the third International Conference for Primal People, hosted by local Thom Cantrall.

Enumclaw Senior Center facelift boosted by grant from county levy

Much of the $94,000 went toward making the building more ADA accessible and other capital improvements.

1-800-RECYCLE gets a new online database

The new webpage helps bring Ecology into the 21st century.

County considering plans for forested acres near Enumclaw

Come to the April 29 public meeting about Little Lake Forest.

Carnegie Hall appearance for White River band

The band was encouraged to apply for to play at the famed venue three years ago.

An update on the increased HIV risk among drug-users | Public Health Insider

More and more heterosexual men are being infected.

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Hepatitus A is extremely contagious, and incidents have been on the rise.

Public comment sought as Army Corps revises master plans for local dams

The first public meeting is April 22 at Enumclaw’s City Hall.

Walkers rest amid the trees at Island Center Forest on Vashon Island, which is part of King County. Many trees around Western Washington are struggling, including Western hemlock on Vashon, likely from drought stress. Photo by Susie Fitzhugh
King County forests are facing new challenges

Hot, dry summers are stressing native tree species in Western Washington.

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