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If there’s one thing I really enjoy reading about, it’s journalists and journalism
Maybe you’ve caught a snowflake on your tongue, or sprinkled salt on your food
Last week I announced on my blog that I was going to hit a 50 pound weight loss, then I didn’t
The recent strong winds remind us of what can happen when severe storms strike the Pacific Northwest
Dear Dr. Universe: Why are whales so large
We experienced three very distinct, pivotal, and compelling events in the Kent School District
How to save money
Suk is unaware that he is a raven
I’ve written before how my family often doesn’t know where I am.
Tons of fun are in the works for kids of all ages…
When I was a kitten, I used to keep track of my growth
I felt like I had an inordinate amount of chores one morning last week
There are more than a billion cows on our planet and they all need to burp
Twelve-year old walks into a bar. Bartender asks for her ID, looks at it, then says, “What’ll ya have?”
This month’s senior news, activities and happenings
Members of the public are welcome to attend and can address the council on any local issue
No matter if you’re a cat, person or snowball, we have a thing in common: We’re all made up of matter.
I’ve never really been one to make New Year’s resolutions. Last year…
By the time you read this, Christmas will be a distant memory for another year.
Dr. Universe: How do bugs walk on water? -Annelise W., 6, Seattle, WA
80 percent of dads don’t know what their kids are getting for Christmas until the children open them
Even though my oldest daughter has held down her current job for a year with no help from me, I still struggle not to interfere.
How to plan a vacation
Just the other night, I grabbed my binoculars and looked up to the starry sky. At first the stars looked white, but when I looked closer I noticed some appeared more blue and red.
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This month’s page includes creative ways to use leftovers.
It must be time for the holidays. I don’t say this because my favorite Christmas tradition, the band Erwilian, is playing on Dec. 17 at the New Hope Presbyterian Church (you can get tickets and more information on their website erwilian.com).
Dear Dr. Universe: How long can trees live? - Jessy, 8, Seattle,…
The Black Diamond Community Center was packed with food and fun for all.
Every weekday I cook dinner, but there are not really any days I’m certain who’s going to show up to eat. I like to sit around the table as a family, but it doesn’t happen often anymore and we end up eating in shifts.
King County Library System has a long history of strong support from its community. As an independent taxing district, KCLS provides citizens who live within the district a direct voice in library funding.
Curiosity can lead us cats to some pretty great heights. We like to climb trees and sneak along tall bookshelves. Sometimes we might have a bumpy landing, but more often our amazing cat reflexes help us land on our feet.
Those sleek wristbands that look like a cross between a bracelet and a watch, and record each step you take: Maybe you’ve seen them around, maybe you have one of your own or maybe you’ve just heard the hype.
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I was working on my youngest daughter’s Tot to Teen photo album the other day. It’s basically a summary of the different events as she grew up.
This week’s news and notes feature a correction as well as a number of different fundraising events happening around town.
Celebrate Veterans at the 19th annual ceremony Friday, Nov. 11 starting at 11 a.m.