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Don’t miss out on the free, family fun activities and demonstrations, like tearing a car apart with the jaws of life.
Some days, you just need a hug. Other days, you only want to be left alone to think your thoughts, gather your feelings, and miss… Continue reading
Grab your furry friend’s leash and head out to Lake Wilderness Park on Sept. 29.
Kyle Ross Dunning is a member of Boy Scout Troop 422.
You’re on the edge of your chair. Curiosity is almost killing you; there’s something you need to know but knowledge may be impossible. Truth may… Continue reading
Many public spaces, like Enumclaw’s community garden by the library and Veterans Memorial Park, or Buckley’s Youth Center, were given makeovers by scored of energetic volunteers.
“Growing up in a small town, it kind of helped me gauge different people and network in a way that would benefit me,” Nelsen said. “It is humbling growing up in a small town and I did not lose sight of where I came from.”
To help you decide when, where, and how to get vaccinated, Public Health Insider compiled answers to some of the most common questions they see regarding to flu vaccinations.
This month is National Fall Prevention Month.
First tooth, first step. Every milestone your baby passed was reason for celebration. First day of school, first home run, you were there, cheerleading. First… Continue reading
In 2017, 1,300 Washingtonians died by suicide, and from 2006 to 2017 suicide in Washington state increased by an average of 2.5 percent annually.
Several classmates have been unable to be contacted for the upcoming reunion.
The last class received their diplomas in 1953.
The dream is one you’ll never forget. It’s dark, and scary, and it wakes you with pounding heart and dry mouth, a scream on your… Continue reading
Lynn Kopelke’s work will be on display at the City Hall gallery from Sept. 7 through Oct. 2.
Since according to research, our brains can most easily remember seven pieces of information at a time, here are seven practices for a more sustainable planet to start out your school year.
“Happy Tears” is the story of two sisters who lead very different lives and return home to care for their aging father.
Your favorite superhero was 10 feet tall. Larger than life. Super-sized, right there on the movie screen and that’s just how you like it. There’s… Continue reading
Check out the new educators and other school staff.
By 2040, more than a quarter of King County’s population will be seniors. Healthy lifestyles and social engagement are keys to living long and living well.