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"Creating winter interest in our containers," by the Whistling Gardener

I recently read an article on designing with foliage in the garden by a local author, Christina Salwitz. Her main point is that while flowers are ephemeral, foliage can last all season and therefore should be the first consideration in any garden design - be it in the landscape or simply in our containers.

I recently read an article on designing with foliage in the garden by a local author, Christina Salwitz. Her main point is that while flowers are ephemeral, foliage can last all season and therefore should be the first consideration in any garden design - be it in the landscape or simply in our containers.

First Washington state case of severe lung disease related to vaping products reported

Washington State Department of Health officials reported the first confirmed case of a severe lung disease linked with the use of vaping devices. Seattle & King County Public Health said the patient is a young adult male who has recovered after being hospitalized in August at a local King County Hospital.

Washington State Department of Health officials reported the first confirmed case of a severe lung disease linked with the use of vaping devices. 

Seattle & King County Public Health said the patient is a young adult male who has recovered after being hospitalized in August at a local King County Hospital.

Community Transit to increase Swift trips and add more Sunday bus service

Community Transit continues to add service beginning September 22, 2019, with additional Swift bus rapid transit trips early mornings and Saturdays, longer Sunday service hours, and better transit connections to improve the journey for riders.

Community Transit will continue to improve service on September 22nd with additional Swift bus rapid transit trips early mornings and Saturdays, longer Sunday service hours, and better transit connections to improve the journey for riders.

These service additions will improve transit connections at Edmonds Station and Seaway Transit Center.

Cascadia College students gain sustainability experience through internships and travel

Students in the college’s Bachelors of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices program are required to do an internship, working with a sustainability oriented organization or company. Three students took this opportunity to travel – doing internships in Olympia WA, at Craters of the Moon National Park in Idaho, and in Iceland.

Students in the college’s Bachelors of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices program are required to do an internship, working with a sustainability oriented organization or company.

Three students took this opportunity to travel – doing internships in Olympia WA, at Craters of the Moon National Park in Idaho, and in Iceland.