According to the Grant County Website Press Release the burning ban was lifted on October 1st.
Now we can burn brush, etc on our properties. In Lake View Park, my neighbor the fireman tells me back yard fire pits can be up to 4 feet. And as I understand it, burning must be done in a fire pit as opposed to just burning a big pile of stuff.
Photo Credit: By JWolf78 (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons
Next Game Thursday, October 22
So, on Thursday the Hawks are playing the Sanfrancisco 49ers. Their Web site schedule says the game starts at 5:25 p.m. Pacific time on CBS.
I was able to catch the game they played the other day, and understand they are having a pattern of gaining big leads and then losing the game in the 4th quarter. But Pete Carroll didn’t look too upset. Maybe they are just having to do some real-game training for some of the newer team members. Better to work out the kinks now instead of later on when their backs are against the wall for a play-off spot.
Featured Photo Credits: This photo of Jimmy Graham who was instramental in the last game, was posted on Wikimedia and the credit goes to By Mike Morris (Flickr) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Remember to vote in the upcoming elections and especially to cast your vote on the annexation of the fire departments for Soap Lake and Lake View.
Hey, all! Just a note reminding everyone who lives in Soap Lake or Lake View Park to be sure to cast their vote regarding the annexation of the fire departments. This is an issue that is important to all of us, so let’s make sure our voices are heard. For more information, contact either one of the fire departments or Soap Lake City Hall.