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The Covington Quilters Guild is a non-profit that provides quilts for children and adults with different adversities.
I was shopping the other day, getting some last minutes items for another camping/car show excursion. Just as I headed to the cashier the power… Continue reading
Your latest hire came highly recommended. His former employer spoke very favorably about him but there was something unsaid that you picked up on, and… Continue reading
The Northwest Western Swing Society is holding its annual music, dance and jam fest for the second time at the Enumclaw Expo Center from Aug. 9 - 12.
Warmer than normal temperatures will persist through Sunday, climbing as high as 93 degrees.
With the weather getting hotter, it becomes even more dangerous to keep your animal in a car.
I mentioned a couple weeks ago my mom gave up her landline, using her cell phone exclusively. She’s in her late 70s, she can do… Continue reading
The appointment is on the books. It was made a long time ago, and you couldn’t get out of it if you wanted to. Cancellation… Continue reading
The Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority share tips and tricks to stay safe and cool this summer.
The annual Covington Days event kicked off last weekend with a parade and then fun-filled activities for the rest of the weekend.
The thing about RVs, as in Recreational Vehicle that my husband and I take camping, it’s more than just an RV to us. The progression… Continue reading
You can’t stop your feet. They need to move, to tap-tap-tap, to side step, and do-si-do. The music’s on and you gotta move. You can’t… Continue reading
Kids from all over came to Maple Valley to enjoy Kids’ Festival on July 14.
The non-profit, Valley Girls and Guys! are hosting a cancer awareness and donation walk in Maple Valley next year.
UTOPIA Seattle working to enhance the lives of queer and trans people in the area
47th annual festival July 13-15
Dylan McDonald, 15, created his own online T-shirt company to spread his motto — RyseUp.
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