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17/00 BO3--03-A SmallTownPapers, Inc. ,q 217 W Cota St I/ Shelton, WA 98584-2263 .Council commemorates Arbor Day Mayor Bruce Gardner uses a ceremonial gold shovel to place the first soil around the Norwegian Maple planted near the public rest- rooms last week. See ARBOR DAY IN COUNCIL, page 2 ,- Old courthouse draws crowd =;__The Identity & Renewal Exhibit was the center of attention in the old courthouse courtroom on evening.. BY DALE FIK The old Adams county Courthouse stirred to life on Saturday night as area citizens came to see the Identity & Renewal Exhibit and the progress that has been the two main landings. made in restoring the The old clerk's office building, has also received new The latest flooring, new electrical improvement to the building is new flooring at the entrance and wiring and lighting was installed, and repairs were made to the plaster/drywalL Painting See IDENTITY t. RENEWAL EXHIBIT, page 2 BY DALE FISK Whole Foods Market closed a deal with Evelyn Snider to buy Starkey Hot Springs on April 24. The next day, they took over the lease on the Cuddy Mountain Water building at the Council Industrial Park. Whole Foods plans to haul water from the hot springs to Council where Whole Foods buys Starkey theywiU, hottle it and then stricter than those Cuddy History of the Council going to call it Starkey sell it'ifi 345gi-oCeryStbres"Mbtintain Water had to Idaho Area;' which con- Spring Water y' in North America. The company will be making some required changes to the equipment in the former Cuddy Mountain Water building. Since Whole Foods will sell the water in such a large area, the FDA regulations they are required to meet in their bottling plant are meet. Jeff Teter, President / General Manager of the Allegro Coffee Company (a subsidiary of Whole Foods Market), has been negoti- ating the purchase agree- ments for the past several months. He bought a num- ber of copies of the book, "Landmarks, A General tains a comprehensive his- tory of Starkey, and distrib- uted it to various decision makers in the company. When asked how they plan to market the water, Teter said, "The fellow that heads up our internal product development really likes the Starkey story, so we think at this point we're In the purchase of the Starkey property, there are a number of deed restric- tions upon Whole Foods. For instance, the company has agreed to continue the traditions that Evelyn Snider has established, such as the annual gradu- ation night party for high school seniors, evenings when the pool is open for swimming, and more. The company has indi- cated they want to be good neighbors and contribute to the economy of our area. Teter said, "Our plan is to develop a pretty big web site presence, with pic- tures and video, talking about Adams County and Council and Starkey Hot Springs." All in a day's work BY DALE FISK Upon arrival at my editor's desk Monday . morning, out on the street there arose such a clatter, I sprang from my chair to see what was the matter. Or something like that. There was the roar of a two-cycle engine and dust filled the air. It was Dave Wilson and Pat DeHaas, our faithful city tearing into the with a masonry saw. Last winter's subzero temperatures took a toll on Council's water system. See WATER LINE REPAIR, page 3 Pat DeHaas (left) and Dave Wilson, about two- thirds of the way through the concrete removal part of the job. Meadows Valley Science Students Go to the Grand Canyon See FULL STORr ON page 2 "