*Sigh* The whole Noah’s ark experience used to be so simple.
Sunnyside motorists traveling to and fro, who typically traverse South Sixth Street to get from one destination to another have inevitably noticed their route of travel has become a construction zone.
Monday morning a brief article in the newspaper caught my attention. In Seattle on Thursday there was to be a parade of nine wooden fishing vessels going from their winter home in Ballard down to South Lake Union. They are to be displayed there until Saturday’s opening exhibit at the Center for Wooden Boats.
On city streets throughout America a battle is being waged for the soul of humanity, and it is taking place right in front of our eyes.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms.”
Ever heard of Skip Pescosolido? I hadn’t either until very recently, but I’m glad I did. Without Skip, we’d all be paying higher grocery bills.
For four months of the college basketball season I’m pretty much out of the loop on what’s happening with that sport.
As a prequel to the morning coffee inhalation down at the Mule Barn coffee shop, the members of the world dilemma think tank were found at the break of day, armed with fly rods, in their other guise as charter members of the Lewis Creek Piscatorial Pursuit Alliance.
It’s a compelling event - something we all better hope we see more of, if America is to thrive.
We live in a wonderfully productive area.
These are hard times for Congress.
Branding is key for all entities, whether public or private, for-profit or non-profit.
I received an email Monday morning that told me I have about $12 in a special online account.