Holiday travel is great fun with happy travelers and a little preparation will help ensure tails are wagging when you get to Grandma’s house.
Thanksgiving is a genuinely American holiday, rooted in the earliest days of the Puritan colony, the first one an expression of thanks shared with the Native Americans who had helped them survive the winter.
In my traditional opinion, Thursday begins another holiday season. It’s my favorite time of year, preferable even to the dog days of su
The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is seeking nominations to its 2015 Most Endangered Historic Properties List. Nomination forms may be obtained through the Trust’s website at www.preservewa.org.
Forget foreign wars, whom the movie stars are dating, and horrific weather in the Eastern United States. My biggest dilemma as I write this is it is only four days until Thanksgiving and my refrigerator is packed with food.
Amid a season of sweets and special foods, it sometimes can be challenging for diabetics to maintain their dietary discipline. But eating certain foods in moderation can help people with diabetes enjoy the flavors of the holidays without compromising their health.
Staying motivated to be physically active in the fall can be more challenging, with less daylight and unpredictable weather.
The Psalms are both the hymnal and the prayer book of the Bible, which has made them the go-to resource for the church’s worship.
A few months ago I suggested we have access to a spiritual treasure chest. I was referring to gifts we find because of our faith. At the time, we looked inside and found resilience.
Every weekend from here on out is busy starting with the one after Thanksgiving and I’m not even a “black Friday” participant.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will host a public meeting Nov. 20
“What time are you going to the movies?” I yell to my daughter from the living room.
The Bible makes a statement that, at first glance, seems like an impossible request.
Emily Moore and Jordan Kerrigan have announced their engagement and plans for a summer wedding.
Far back in ancient times, the Druids and wizards of the Celtic region held an annual drunken orgy and harvest festival on Oct. 31.
My favorite verse in the Bible is Proverbs 12:1, “Whoever loves instruction loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid.”
Do you think the sun is doing a good enough job? Do we need a bigger one? While it doesn’t receive rave reviews daily, most people feel our local nuclear sphere pumps out all the heat and light we need.
From breakdowns, to lockouts, jumpstarts and tows, AAA responded to more than 517,700 emergency road service requests in Washington and northern Idaho last year alone.
Well, in case you haven’t noticed, summer has slipped away and I’m not even sure I saw it leave.
Mount Rainier National Park will celebrate National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 27, with several volunteer projects open to public participation.