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Kirkland Reporter – June 11, 2015
King County wants to know residents’ attitudes about local rivers
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – June 10, 2015
King County surveying citizens concerning river uses and flood preparedness
Issaquah Reporter – June 10, 2015
Cougar/Squak Corridor Park south expansion opens to the public
Redmond Reporter – June 8, 2015
Local food, sustainability to take center stage at King County’s CHOMP! Sept. 12-13
Maple Valley Reporter – June 8, 2015
Habitat projects and large wood in rivers | King County
Enumclaw Courier-Herald – June 1, 2015
Cedar River recreation workshop set for June 15 | King County
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – May 17, 2015
Sunny, warm weather on its way, and cold rivers, lakes and Sound require caution
Kirkland Reporter – May 9, 2015
King County names Kirkland teacher as Earth Heroes at School
King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
King County taking insurers to court again over Brightwater
King 5 – Apr. 28, 2015
Redmond golf course a leader in reclaimed water usage
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First Tech Movies@Marymoor celebrates ‘The Goonies’ 30th anniversary at July 8 series premiere
Enjoy timeless classic movies along with new favorites under the stars this summer at the First Tech Movies@Marymoor outdoor cinema.
Shape the future! Come to an open house on the Green/Duwamish Watershed
People with an interest in enhancing and revitalizing the Green/Duwamish Watershed are invited to share their ideas at a series of upcoming open houses hosted by King County, City of Seattle and the University of Washington’s Green Futures Lab.
Electronic trip counter on Sammamish River Trail part of statewide non-motorized activity study
An automated trip counter is being installed along King County Parks' Sammamish River Trail this week, giving regional trail planners access to fresh data about how many people are using this stretch of trail - and when.
King County adopts final Cedar River channel migration zone study and map
A new map that shows channel migration zones along the Cedar River has been published by King County.
Time running out to enter your best shot in ‘Focus on the Snoqualmie’ photo contest
Your best photo of the Snoqualmie Valley could be featured on a new poster that highlights the unique beauty of this watershed.