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The third week of June is the start of summer and that means more outdoor living. Make this the week you fully prepare for living… Continue reading
When my daughter turned 50 last year, I showed her the cover of my Golden Opportunities brochure, the guide for seniors published by the Renton… Continue reading
The second week of June is not too late to plant some food. You can visit the garden center for potted tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and… Continue reading
You’re going down. Down, defeated, beaten, and sent home. You’re losing, not winning, and you need to know how it happened so it won’t happen… Continue reading
Dear Dr. Universe: What is a glacier? – Addison, Pullman, WA Dear Addison, When snow piles up and compresses into a thick mass of ice,… Continue reading
It was not your typical romance. She fell for the first line you fed her and she played hard-to-get, but she was a beauty and… Continue reading
“The main character killed herself, what would this second season be about? What more was there to tell? Boy, was I wrong.”
“Spring is the perfect time to give all trees the extra TLC they need.”
Click. No stamps. And: email sent. You didn’t have to hunt an envelope down, and no trip to the mailbox; within a minute or so,… Continue reading
It is a good week to plant geraniums, petunias and other annuals.
Maple Valley is trying to partner with Renton to bring the Ironman competition to Washington.
Author Debbie Macomber watched the play adaptation of her book at Hazen High School last week.
Sometimes, it’s good to take account. You’ll know where you stand when you do. You’ll see achievements clearly, and re-hash disappointments. You can plan the… Continue reading
You can’t take it with you. People have tried for millennia to keep all their toys but eventually, there comes a time to step aside… Continue reading
The award is given to students who have leadership abilities, maintain a good GPA and volunteer in the community.
Mick Flynn’s art exhibit is displayed at Liberty Cafe.
Your mom is tough as nails. The minute you were placed in her arms, she became your personal warrior, cheerleader, and banker. She remembers the… Continue reading
Shayla Nguyen plans to study biology at University of Washington.
He has received $6,726 of his $26,500 goal to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.