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“Two Mill Creek residents compete in the 2017 ITU World Duathlon Championships in British Columbia,” by Scott Harder

Scott Harder (left) and Joey Collins in Penticton. Photo courtesy of the Harder family.

My friend Joey Collins and I competed at the ITU Multisport World Championships Festival in Penticton, British Columbia in August.

The 10-day event with an every-other-day racing schedule featured six multisport disciplines, including the Duathlon.

Cascadia College magazine wins national award and is seeking community submissions

Cascadia College "Your Truly" 2016 magazine cover. Image courtesy of Cascadia College.

Cascadia College’s creative arts magazine “Yours Truly” tied for second place in the 2017 Community College Humanities Association’s literary arts competition.

The competition highlights student work from across the nation and is a unique opportunity for students to explore the publishing and promotion process.

"So, how do I prune my Hydrangea?" by the Whistling Gardener

Pruning blooming shrubs shouldn’t be complicated! Generally speaking, if they bloom early in the spring before new foliage appears, we should prune them right after they finish blooming so they have all season to put on new growth and set buds for the following spring. As with all rules, there are always exceptions and this is where hydrangeas come into the picture.

Pruning blooming shrubs shouldn’t be complicated! Generally speaking, if they bloom early in the spring before new foliage appears, we should prune them right after they finish blooming so they have all season to put on new growth and set buds for the following spring.

As with all rules, there are always exceptions and this is where hydrangeas come into the picture.

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