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Over the weekend we had to put our precious little dog, Pip, down. She had a stroke in the middle of the night. My youngest… Continue reading
Miner’s Day is held every summer in Black Diamond to celebrate the city’s mining history.
On any other day, you’d scream to sleep in. But Saturday mornings were different: you were up sometimes before the sun, cereal in-bowl, TV on… Continue reading
Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
Photos by Ray Miller-Still Families from Black Diamond, Enumclaw, and even as far as Renton came down to celebrate the Ten Trails’ first-ever Hometown Social,… Continue reading
My mom decided to give up her landline and use her cell phone exclusively to rid herself of solicitor calls she gets randomly throughout the… Continue reading
The Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority is hosting their third Summer Fire School for high school students.
Sometimes, you just need to get away. Out of your element, far from the usual. A change of scenery is called-for, a temporary life unlike… Continue reading
The Puget Sound Fire Authority is encouraging everyone to have a safe Fourth of July by following these tips and facts.
I don’t want to declare that “it never fails,” because I don’t want to jinx every trip we go on. So I’ll just say “it… Continue reading
The picture reminds you of a thousand things. You recall the day it was taken: the smell of the air, the background sounds, food and… Continue reading
This summer series launches with the Blue Wave Band, a BBQ and more activities for community members to participate in.
Maple Valley hosted their annual Bike challenge and safety rodeo to promote healthy living and to educate the community on bike safety.
Gabriella Sciuchetti, of Covington, started her college career at the age of 14, majoring in aerospace and astrospace engineering.
Nathanael Junkin, a student in Covington, recreated a missing piece of the Covington Community Park’s gate with his 3D printer.
I’ve often heard that when people retire, they get into a funk because they suddenly feel they have no purpose. They’ve lost their place to… Continue reading
Change, they say, is good. It’s the opportunity for growth. It’s a chance to take a breath, reassess, reconfigure. It makes the landscape look fresh;… Continue reading
Researchers at the Woodland Park Zoo have been examining otter scat to measure the amount of pollutants in the Duwamish River, along with other parts of Washington.
I unexpectedly had the furnace guy out the other day. I messed up the whole system, but as usual the guys at Pacific Heating and… Continue reading
You’re going down. Down, defeated, beaten, and sent home. You’re losing, not winning, and you need to know how it happened so it won’t happen… Continue reading