Razor clam diggers can look forward to more than a month of razor clam digging opportunities at Long Beach on the Washington coast.
So, what’s going on is, I’m exploring my way through the life of Jesus, through the perspective of the Apostle John, in his Gospel record. John has an interesting and unique take on who this Jesus was and I like it – well, sometimes I like it, and sometimes it’s rather alarming!
The Bible says that near the end times there will be wars and rumors of wars. We must be nearing the end because it seems people are willing to fight over just about anything and everything. Now, in the beginning of the 21st century, right at Christmas time, the season of peace, we have (drumroll please) The Greeting Wars.
I think there are three questions at the very center of faith: Who is God? Who are we? And what does God want from us? Everything else seems to follow from there.
1 John 4:18: “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear; for fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not reached perfection in love” (NRSV).
Stuck in a dead-end job and strapped for money, Kyle MacDonald came up with an improbable plan: starting with one red paperclip, he would trade on the Internet until he exchanged it for a house.
What do you think the top ten most popular names for dogs and cats in 2015 were in your community? Did your pet make the cut? Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) partnered with the office of Metropolitan King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn to bring you the top ten names of licensed pets in 2015.
Join us for the January SoHaPP challenge – Clearing the Mind. Start off the year with a daily quiet reflection to bring a single focused effort of mindfulness, and give the brain a special type of rest during the day for better performance.
It's a literal race against time – capturing the perfect photo at magic hour.
Top 10 lists may have been popular in the past, but with David Letterman's retirement we hardly see them any longer. In an effort to prolong their ultimate demise, this arborist has created one for the end of the year.
The one lesson I've learned as a parent is not to take my kids' moods personally. I watch them carefully, because I think teen depression is one of the scariest emotional states for a parent to deal with, but I know it's not about me.
The holidays are just around the corner and now is a perfect time to work on your dog's manners.
Step aside pumpkin spice - your 15 minutes are over (at least for another year). The holidays are quickly approaching and it’s time for eggnog to have its moment.
When winter approaches, you probably take steps to prepare your home - insulating water pipes, sealing windows and doors, or covering and storing outdoor furniture. If you've also been following the backyard chicken trend - and enjoying fresh eggs all summer long - you'll want to take steps to care for your flock when the weather cools. And if you've been considering getting some chickens, but think you have to put it off until spring, think again - you can still start a flock, or keep an existing one thriving, and laying, throughout winter.
The city of Enumclaw and 4Culture of King County present pastel paintings by local artist Patricia Doyle. Her work will be on display in Gallery 2015 from Nov. 5 through Dec. 1.
As October enters its final stages, there’s certainly no shortage of season fun on the Plateau. Whether it’s a family day of picking pumpkins or a night of fright, attractions await. Here’s a look at some of the regional favorites.
Recently, I had the occasion to preach a sermon based upon the feeding of the 5,000. For many of us, this is a familiar story; often people first hear this story in Sunday School. Just whip out a message in no time flat, right? Wrong. As usual, it is I who had the lesson to be learned.
My husband and I are not morning people. We wander into the kitchen and barely speak. It is all I can do to make the coffee and not forget what I am doing. We joke about this and are grateful that neither of us “do mornings.”
The recreational Dungeness crab fishery along the southern Washington coast will reopen effective immediately, state shellfish managers announced today.
I sit looking at this grieving family, their friends gathered around them. Dabbing tears from eyes, holding back an onslaught of emotion as the music begins. We are here to honor the life of someone who is no longer this side of eternity. As we gather for the funeral, I can’t help but wonder what makes a life valuable. As you stand over the empty shell of someone you loved and cared about, what is it that you remember?