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Fourteen-year-old Maddie Pluntze won the State Chili Championship in Olympia earlier this month. Her 7-year-old sister, Sophie, took home seventh place, while their grandparents, Larry and Barbara Gholston, placed ninth and eighth respectively.
Community Events, August 2014
How healthy you are, or can hope to be, depends on multiple factors, including where you live. For example, if you call Minneapolis-St. Paul home, you breath cleaner air and will find it easier to exercise outdoors than in most other American metropolitan areas because there are more walk- and bike paths than almost anywhere else. Washington D.C. has the...
Pruning in August: If it's yellow, let it mellow, if it's brown, cut it down | THE COMPLEAT HOME GARDENER
You can start cleaning up the summer garden by cutting back perennials past their prime and pulling any weeds that have sneaked into garden beds.
America is a nation of snackers. According to a survey by Nielsen, a consumer research group, 91 percent of respondents admitted to snacking daily. 25 percent reported having snacks three to five times a day, and 3 percent said they grazed almost constantly. 31 percent indulged in binge snacking on occasion, while 8 percent did so quite frequently....
August is also a good time of year to dig, divide or transplant early summer perennials like iris, poppies and pulmonaria or lungwart