Grilled Summer Time Dessert

Posted by Mr BBQ on August 2, 2014

Summer is fresh peach season. Here’s an absolutely delicious dessert you can partially fix on your grill. Try using other types of stone fruit to mix it up a bit.

Ingredients: 1 package pound cake, 2 fresh peach halves per person, ice cream and chocolate syrup.

Preparation: Remove the skin off the peaches, slice in half and remove pit. Thaw pound cake, …

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Man Rescued From Dougan Falls

Posted by Pat Boyle on July 15, 2014
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Skamania County, Washington – It was a tricky rescue at Dougan Falls in Skamania County. The Sheriff’s Office got a 9-1-1 call Monday night from someone saying a man was stuck in the water and his legs were trapped.

They found 19 year old John Napierkowski from Washougal chest deep in water. Deputies worked with fire crews to tie ropes around …

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Landline Texting Is Here

Posted by Steve Leader on July 11, 2014
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Frontier Communications says it is the first full service telecom to let businesses add texting from a company’s existing landline.

Lois-Hedg-peth, Frontier’s executive vp of technology, says they’ve begun offering businesses an app to send texts, via laptop or pc, from a company landline.

According to Hedg-peth, landline texts mean businesses can react to events quickly.    For example, a bagel shop that …

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Washington Man Falls in Auger, Dies

Posted by Associated Press on July 8, 2014

DUVALL, Wash. — Police in the Snoqualmie Valley community of Duvall, Washington, say a 19-year-old man was killed when he fell into a machine used to distribute beauty bark.

The Seattle Times reports that Duvall police Sgt. Lori Batiot said the young man fell into an auger on Monday morning. The officer says the victim was an employee …

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In The Garden With Mike Darcy for July Fifth 2014

Posted by dshurtliff on July 5, 2014

Written by Mike Darcy

 

9:30

Neil Bell Community Horticulturist for Oregon State University Extension Service 

Recently I have had several listeners ask me about pruning Hebe plants. Questions like when and how much to remove from plants that may have gotten quite woody. Also questions as to their winter hardiness and what location to plant, sun/shade? I knew Neil had worked on some Hebe plant trials and …

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