Welcome to Buckley Veterinary Hospital’s monthly pet care column. The holiday season is here! This month we are discussing keeping your pets safe and healthy during the holidays, including the importance of not feeding table scraps to avoid stomach upset and intestinal obstructions, and reducing your pet’s anxiety.
Here it is the weekend after Thanksgiving and I don’t see one Valentine in the store. How is a mother supposed to plan properly when the Valentines stuff isn’t out yet?
Thursday we will pause as a nation to give thanks for the blessings we have. For some folks giving thanks will be an easy thing to do. For others giving thanks will be difficult, hollow and sad.
State fishery managers have approved an evening razor-clam dig on ocean beaches starting Saturday, Nov. 30, and running for eight days on the lowest tides so far this season.
Over the past few days, we’ve had blog posts related to the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The blog posts include photos or documents kept by our State Archives.
We celebrated Thanksgiving with my husband's family last weekend, but I do plan on cooking a simple, carb loaded Thanksgiving meal on the actual day.
The Fit Bit is an electronic activity counter that measures steps, distance and calories. It is simple to set up and it automatically sends data to your computer, tablet or smart phone.
Whether you live near or far, returning home for the holidays can be a nostalgic time. But for those with allergies and asthma, celebrating the season with family and friends can be anything but enjoyable.
A short little giggle and then another. Soon the small boy is caught up in a full-blown laugh attack and a sparkle reflects in the wetness of his eyes. But these are tears of joy and laughter, not of sorrow or pain.
More than 600 skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes today with two feet of snow in Green Valley.
Does wind sailing really help reduce the risk of tree or branch failures in our tall evergreens? Maybe so, but many arborists question the practice.
Once I was on the ferry in Hong Kong. I had maybe 25 cents in my pocket and two days to go before I got on the ship to go home. I was thinking (I was 17) that maybe I had spent all my money too fast, without thinking about what I was going to eat for the next two days.
Are you addicted to your smartphone or mobile device? If so, rest assured that you are not alone. A survey conducted by SecurEnvoy found that roughly 66 percent of people are afraid of losing or being separated from their phones. The condition has been dubbed “nomophobia,” or the fear of being out of contact with someone via mobile phone.
"This democratization of wine is great," asserted Jancis Robinson, one of the world's leading wine authorities, over coffee one recent morning.
You finally mustered the nerve to carry out the task you’ve been dreading all week. Brush in one hand, nail clippers in the other, you hunt for Fido throughout the house. “I got him. He’s over here!” shouts your significant other or perhaps your roommate or a friend over to help with the task.
Lake Sawyer Christian Church invites families in the community to a free family movie night at 6:30 p.m., Friday, October 18 in the Event Center at Lake Sawyer Christian Church in Black Diamond.
Enjoy a holiday tale that combines original poetry with magic to tell a story about harvest-time, family and the sharing of food. This show celebrates the hidden wonders of daily life and the astonishing power of gratitude.
There is no getting around, it I’m one of those Bible geeks. I love to read it, I love to study it and I love to teach it. I love digging into it and looking for the “deeper meanings” of scripture. I love discussing scripture and hearing others debate a text and I enjoy the challenge.
The recent heavy rains and strong winds remind us of what can happen when severe storms strike the Pacific Northwest and cause tree failures. While such an intense storm was a bit earlier than usual, it served as a reminder that trees of concern should be checked out before the arrival of the typical winter weather.
ots of people are. They love new stuff just because it’s new, which is a fine policy if you’re looking for a house or a car but isn’t wise if you’re looking for directions. Or wisdom.