• Enumclaw Sustainable Farming Network Tour, Oct. 6 • Farrel-McWhirter Park Farm Tour, Oct. 12
Around 10:30 Saturday morning, my husband and I decided to go run a couple errands. Okay, we were actually escaping from the teen girls who had descended on our house the night before. My youngest daughter had her 17th birthday party, which usually includes a sleepover with several of her closest friends.
My oldest daughter is living at college these days. Last week was her first full week at Digipen Institute of Technology, her second living in student housing.
Today I want to talk about the massively huge drug problem we have on the Plateau.
Hunters in our state should be ready to handle and prepare wild game meat properly as big game season approaches. Many animal diseases can be passed to people if proper food safety precautions aren’t followed.
It's not too late. Nominations due Sept. 5.
The cucumbers have filled the vegetable drawer, you’ve run out of cabbage recipes and your family is refusing to eat one more BLT.
Having spent the last several weeks focused on getting my oldest daughter off to school, I feel like I’ve forgotten I even have another daughter. Good grief! Just think what would happen if I had more kids.
Many pet owners do their best to ensure optimal health for their companion animals. Veterinary visits, exercise and diet play an integral role in pet health.
How many times do you say, “I am just too busy?” Or “I don’t have enough time in my day to do...”
Sepsis – what is it? Most Americans don’t know what it means when someone says this, but nearly a third of the people who contract sepsis die from the disease.
The beginning of the school year is a great time to review your 2014 fitness goals and recharge the passion and energy to achieve results.
As August wanes and summer begins drawing to a close, we find ourselves once again transitioning from a time of summer’s freedom to a time of more routine and obligation.
When Paul says, “difficult times will come” – “terrible times” – he’s not referring to natural disasters or war. But what could possibly be more terrible?
For people living with severe emphysema, also known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD a new clinical study is currently underway at Franciscan Health System that may provide them better lung function through a new therapy that’s designed to improve the lung’s ability to expand more fully.
We have become a nation of attention junkies. We’ll do anything to get noticed.
Trees and neighbors sometimes do not mix very well. Bad blood can be the result unless cooler heads prevail.
This nation recently celebrated the Fourth of July. The holiday serves another purpose beyond a license to blow things up: this has been the day when Americans stop and remember the freedoms we have as a people.
Looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday morning with family or friends? Consider the Enumclaw Rotary Street Fair 5K Run/Walk.
It thrills me to speak to you today about the death of religion. This is going to be fun!