“Orange Bell,” the label declared in large letters.
My husband’s grandmother, Helen Gjovaag, passed away this past Sunday afternoon.
Apparently, we’re all supposed to be inspired by “The Person Formerly Known As Bruce Jenner.”
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.”
It is the heat that defines us this time of year.
“Amazing,” Dud said out at the corrals the other day.
No, no tats here.
We say that we honor and respect our veterans. We even built a memorial wall to honor our heroes that have given their lives for our freedom. Our own President has to fly our flags at half-mast in honor of a fallen hero.
Saturday, May 2, a breakfast was held at the Sunnyside Fire Station to benefit all military veterans.
I would like to thank all the members of the community who made Memorial Day memorable and easy to handle.
Over the last few years, one of the remarkable successes is the record salmon returns to the Columbia River and its tributaries.
If you were asked to describe a “navigable waterway” in the U.S., you would most likely not think of the stream in your back yard or the irrigation ditch in your field. You would probably mention the Columbia and Mississippi rivers or the Great Lakes.
Recycling didn’t happen in Seattle overnight.