Ken and Jody Scott were honored guests at a surprise 50th anniversary celebration on Nov. 15. About 80 family members and friends joined in the celebration.
Enumclaw photographer Lisa Parsons returns to the city of Enumclaw’s Gallery 2008 with Journey to Andean Highlands and Jungles of Peru. The exhibit opens today, Wednesday, and runs through Jan. 7 at city hall. An artist reception is scheduled for 7 to 8 p.m. Dec. 18 at City Hall. Following the reception, Parsons invites the community to view a slide show and South American wine tasting at Sip City Wines in Enumclaw.
We are pleased to present readers’ favorite holiday recipes throughout the holiday season. Readers are welcome to submit their favorite recipe, along with a brief accompanying memory, to email@example.com.
As a pastor and minister of the gospel I find myself frequently required to bring a message of absolute to a culture being increasingly steeped in teachings of relativity. Is anything black or white? Doesn’t it seem like there is a resistance to any teachings of right and wrong? There is this false idea that to stand for what is “right” is narrow-minded and to stand against what is “wrong” is hatred. But I like what my Grandpa always says, “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll stoop for anything!”
Four Sumner High School FFA members took first place among 38 teams in the 81st National FFA Convention’s Meats and Career Development competition that took place in October in Indianapolis.
It is time to give thanks and gardeners in the Pacific Northwest have plenty of reasons to get down on their knees in gratitude. While down there kneeling, you should also take the time to pull a few weeds, plant a few more bulbs and offer some thanks for the following: