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A state championship apparently wasn’t enough for the Plateau Rebels, a competitive cheer squad consisting of girls from 6 to 15 years of age. After… Continue reading
Licensing your pet is one of the best ways to ensure lost pets make it back home. According to RASKC, only around 30 percent of pets in the Maple Valley, Covington and Black Diamond area are licenced.
Flu activity is “elevated” in Washington state, with 15 influenza deaths reported statewide. During the 2017-18 flu season, a total of 296 people died. A… Continue reading
The Covington Police Department hosted its first Cookie With a Cop event on Jan. 30
You didn’t recognize the number. So you didn’t answer the phone. That’s how you operate these days: accept calls you know and keep your money… Continue reading
One of my biggest pet (no pun intended) peeves in life is when otherwise interesting people only talk about their cats. So forgive me, because… Continue reading
You never wanted to get caught. Wasn’t that the point of playing Hide & Seek? To sneak out, lay low, and sneak back to safety?… Continue reading
The fundraiser will be held at MOD pizza on Jan. 31.
A Maple Valley woman has started a Facebook group specifically for people who are trying to go zero waste in the Maple Valley area.
The goal is to loan out musical instruments to districts, that way every kid has a chance to play an instrument, even if they can’t afford it.
That thing? You’re ready to let it go. It sparks joy, but not enough. Or it doesn’t, and you’re not sure why you didn’t donate… Continue reading
Last weekend there was a craft and hobby retreat at my church. It’s a yearly event for crafters to have dedicated time to work on… Continue reading
Last week I found out my website, the one I refer you to every week in my byline, has not been working since September. I… Continue reading
The city of Maple Valley hosted a debris drop off at Lake Wilderness, post windstorm.
The view from above was stunning. The cliché says that people look like ants when you’re looking down from a ledge, and they do. Trees… Continue reading
Recommendation: 3/5 Stars, STREAM Plot: “A 90-year-old horticulturist and Korean War veteran is caught transporting $3 million worth of cocaine through Illinois for a Mexican… Continue reading
I was going to write about how the Christmas tree came down much more gracefully than it went up. I had intended to write this… Continue reading
Your hand is deep in a bucket of crunchy goodness. Without popcorn, a movie is just a bunch of flickering lights, a series of stills… Continue reading
The New Year is upon us. I don’t make resolutions as a rule because it feels a bit like self-flogging — the same to-dos keep… Continue reading
First shift begins in early morning. You hit work then, and run all day for that weekly paycheck. Second shift starts the minute you pick… Continue reading