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Washington, WA Florists

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Washington Cities

Washington State Featured Florists

Sherwood Forest Flowers

611 10Th Street Northeast
East Wenatchee, WA 98802

Jennell's Flowers & Gifts

1506 11Th Avenue
Milton, WA 98354

Interior Gardens & Florist

102 Woodworth St
Sedro Woolley, WA 98284

Orting Floral & Greenhouse, Inc.

117 Eldredge Ave. N.W
Orting, WA 98360

Snohomish Flower Company

1425 Avenue D
Snohomish, WA 98290

Washington Flowers News

Aug 17, 2018

Deep field set for Bridge of Flowers 40th anniversary

Project.Another person to keep an eye on is newcomer Kim Nedeau, of Leverett, who is a top hill runner in New England and placed second at the Mount Washington Road Race in 2016.Ashley Krauss, of Easthampton, recently placed eighth at the James Joyce 10K in Dedham, which served as the U.S. championship for the Master's (ages 40-49) Division. Sidney Letendre, of Florence, returns after running an 8:11 pace on the course last season at the age of 62.

Aug 17, 2018

Jets camp Day 13 observations: More fights, terrible penalty and some surprise standouts

Rashad Robinson chirped with tight end Cam Sims after breaking up a pass. Jets offensive lineman Jonnothan Harrison got into a verbal battle with Washington's Zach Brown, who could be heard yelling threats. Jets offensive lineman Dakota Dozier and linebacker Ryan Anderson got into a shoving match, as did Jets defensive end Nathan Shepherd and Washington offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao. And at one point the entire Jets offense and Redskins defense came together in a skirmish, though no punches were thrown.

Aug 17, 2018

Why does the Arlene's Flowers case affect Elfers' personally?

There's room for all kinds of people. Maple Valley, Covington and Black Diamond are some of the best places to raise families, live, and enjoy what Washington has to offer. How does this particular case affect Mr. Elfers' personally? I know how such sensationalized story telling affects young LGBT lives who are reading or perhaps may sit in Mr. Elfers' classroom one day: It can not only ruin their self esteem, it can end some of their lives. It is not helpful to be so reckless with issues that can severely affect other people. For many LGBT people, the bias is everywhere and lasts their lifetime: at home, school, work and in the community. Eighty five percent of young LGBT people are verbally bullied during the course of a school year. This harassment can often turn violent with 40 percent reporting physical bullying, and 19 percent being physically assaulted at school. These experiences over time can be so intense that 30 percent of children miss school and go on to create an almost six fold increased risk for suicide attempts. Supportive educators can be a lifeline. Again, how does this case/issue affect him enough to share his personal opinion about what he thinks could happen with the case? Not once, but twice. Who benefits from sharing such an opinion? Does Mr. Elfers take into consideration how his opinion topics affect the people who live around him? I'd like to understand why one would invest time writing and posting an opinion on that topic in a public forum. It can just as easily be shared in the comments section somewhere people are looking for discussion. Not to be terribly negative, he did write a beautiful story. However, it's core points were lies. It's disappointing he could not even address one piece of false information that was laid out so clearly. Where is the discussion? The overall message received from Mr. Elfers' opinion says to everyone reading, minors included, is that it is OK to exclude a minority group. P.S. God loves everyone, not just a select few of you. It is highly doubtful that Jesus would have excluded anyone from his circle. (If that's your thing.) Adele Aaron Maple Valley -- -- ...

Aug 17, 2018

Flowers out, tech in: Massive Kendall Square-like development in South End nears approval

Washington Gateway Main Street group wrote to the BPDA on Monday. "WGMS strongly recommends that the proponent more directly address connectivity issues around the site." Advertisement Both the potential job growth and the traffic worries reflect the rapid changes underway in the neighborhood.The development site isn't far from the always-under-construction Boston Medical Center and is across the street from property where a 650-unit apartment building, Harrison Albany Block, is planned.p...

Aug 17, 2018

Columnist, AG debate issues of Arlene's Flowers court case

Masterpiece Bakery v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the Arlene's Flowers Inc. v. Washington cases. However, the court either opted to rule more narrowly, or did not rule at all, and declined to answer the broader questions that came with each case. The defendant in the Arlene's Flowers case, Barronelle Stutzman, lost the suit when the state Supreme Court ruled Stutzman discriminated against a gay man when she refused to arrange flowers for his wedding because of her religious beliefs. Stutzman appealed to the Supreme Court, but the high court punted the case back to the state earlier this summer. Columnist Rich Elfers wrote a column ("Expect WA court to reverse Arlene's Flowers decision," printed July 4 in the Courier-Herald) about the case. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson wrote a letter to the Courier-Herald on July 20, challenging some of Elfers' facts and characterizations in his column. Ferguson's letter, as well as a response column by Elfers, are printed below. While unusual in its presentation, it is my opinion that the nuances of the Arlene's Flowers case are best presented in simultaneous debating pieces, to give readers the best chance to form their own opinion on the matters at hand. Both Ferguson and Elfers have included links in their pieces (as have I in this introduction), allowing readers to view source documents and other ...