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Every year the city of Covington is lit in purple lights for the month of October to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Rat-a-tat-tat. That’s what my husband and I woke up to the other morning. What the? I threw open the bedroom curtains and looked out. A… Continue reading
A kid’s gotta do what a kid’s gotta do. If it’s your responsibility — real or perceived — you need to make things happen. You… Continue reading
“Ashes in the Snow” receives four out of five stars — a movie worth seeing in the theater.
Following the death of three students at Tahoma High School, Garrett Sypole’s mom and a current student are trying to change the way suicide is dealt with in Maple Valley.
I feel like I have a lot of adventures I didn’t sign up for. This is yet another. Although 27 years ago when my husband… Continue reading
Your future was laid out before. It’s all set. You have plans, and a method to execute them. Each step of your journey will progress… Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I ran into a couple women with whom I’d been friends when our children were young. We were all in a… Continue reading
Some days, you just need a hug. Other days, you only want to be left alone to think your thoughts, gather your feelings, and miss… Continue reading
A flu shot could prevent serious illness.
A local Covington artist started painting after she retired at 55 years old.
If you follow my column, you know that my husband and I attend car shows all summer, namely rod runs. Street rods are modified vintage… Continue reading
Local community member creates nonprofit that provides bikes for kids in need.
You’re on the edge of your chair. Curiosity is almost killing you; there’s something you need to know but knowledge may be impossible. Truth may… Continue reading
Ten students from the sister city came to visit Covington last month.
Creative, versatile Brugger to teach Green River College’s first ever how-to animation class this fall
First tooth, first step. Every milestone your baby passed was reason for celebration. First day of school, first home run, you were there, cheerleading. First… Continue reading
Black Diamond’s Labor Day Parade started rolling down state Route 169 Monday morning, complete with the annual appearance of the River Queen, as well as… Continue reading
One of my many amusements this summer has been my mother’s adventures with her new smartphone. Since she gave up her landline, I decided a… Continue reading
The Black Diamond Police Department honored Jack Reich as their Police Chief for a Day.