When most people begin a new job, they naturally want to work hard and show their employer that they are a can-do person. And most bosses appreciate that. In fact, some bosses will appreciate your willingness to take on the tough tasks and work the distasteful shifts necessary to get a job done so much so that they begin to take advantage of your good will.
Most people don’t dream big enough when in the early stages of planning their career. In fact, most people probably don’t have an actual career plan. When that happens, it is usually because life circumstances and events are perceived as …Continue reading →
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.
You cannot taste or smell it. The chemistry abbreviation for this gas is CO. This gas is produced by a variety of fuels that don’t burn up all the way in certain conditions. When
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that happens, the of poison gas is released due to the actions of the unburned fuel molecules. This process can happen when your stove that runs on natural gas isn’t functioning properly. Continue reading →
Heavy Smoke above Soap Lake, WA 08/01/2015 Photo by Nancy Owens
Hope everyone is getting along okay on this smokey morning. This is the photo I took, and I think the smoke is even thicker now. It seems to be coming from just north of here, and I hear that the area around Waterville, WA has been threatened by fire for most of the summer.
And our thoughts and prayers go out for all our local fire fighters, many of whom are volunteers, and to the farmers and ranchers affected as well. And to that we also want to remember all the farmers and ranchers in our prayers and good thoughts so that I haven’t been to the store or gas station yet, so I haven’t heard where it is coming from.
That’s how we have to do things sometimes in more rural areas. We get the news faster through the local grapevine. And sometimes, what is a major event to small town and rural communities, just doesn’t make the news on television, nor on the radio waves. Of course there is Facebook, but most people just post a photo and they only write a few words.
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