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26 year-old man dies after falling into Youngs Creek on Cedar Ponds Road

Rescue technicians responded to a water rescue emergency at Youngs Creek on Cedar Ponds Road on Saturday afternoon, September 28, 2019. A 26 year-old male reportedly went over the falls. The rescue team brought him up the ravine and he was transported to a local hospital in critical condition.

Rescue technicians responded to a water rescue emergency at Youngs Creek on Cedar Ponds Road on Saturday afternoon, September 28th. A 26 year-old male reportedly went over the falls.

The rescue team brought him up the ravine and he was transported to Evergreen Hospital in critical condition, but did not survive.

Two new Mill Creek Citizens Patrol volunteers sworn in

Mill Creek Police Chief Greg Elwin gave the Citizens Patrol Oath of Honor to two community volunteers at the September 24, 2019, Mill Creek city council meeting.  As members of the Citizens Patrol; husband and wife Joel and Eileen Goverman received limited police commissions allowing them to write tickets for misdemeanors or infraction level violations.

Mill Creek Police Chief Greg Elwin gave the Citizens Patrol Oath of Honor to two community volunteers at the September 24th Mill Creek city council meeting.

As members of the Citizens Patrol; husband and wife Joel and Eileen Goverman received limited police commissions allowing them to write tickets for misdemeanors or infraction level violations.

University of Washington Bothell Professor Dan Jaffe named to EPA list of clean air experts

The Environmental Protection Agency named University of Washington Bothell’s Dan Jaffe to its list of air quality experts. He is an expert both on ozone, a key ingredient of smog, and on particulate matter, the tiny bits in smoke that may be breathed deep into the lungs.

The Environmental Protection Agency named University of Washington Bothell’s Dan Jaffe to its list of air quality experts.

He is an expert both on ozone, a key ingredient of smog; and on particulate matter, the tiny bits in smoke that may be breathed deep into the lungs.

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