We have never lived anywhere long enough to need to do a deep clean. And when I say “deep clean,” I’m talking about throw-out-broken-furniture-and-bags-of-old-clothes type of deep clean.
The CKSD Board agenda for the Sept. 30 board meeting lists Resolution 10-15-16 regarding the McCleary Decision. The "whereas" statement, "we expect citizens and students in our school district to obey the law, and we should expect no less of our State officials; …" makes me wonder, what is the purpose of this resolution?
Some former shipmates from the USS Turner Joy and a member of the museum ship’s board of directors are concerned about the venerable Vietnam War-era ship’s use as a set for a zombie movie, as well as an annual venue for Halloween-time haunted ship tours – replete with portrayals of the bloodied, the dying, and the living dead. They feel that such use is a desecration.
How many of us have been surfing along on a community or news website to have a pop up opportunity of a "Free Trip" present itself. Of course many of us enter only to wonder, "Who actually wins these things?"
After any sort of turmoil, when danger and fear have passed, we realize it’s time to put the event behind us and move forward. For us as a community, after the past several years of economic tension, turmoil, uncertainty and emotional setbacks: It’s Time!
Last month, Cherish Peterson, 27, left her 2-month-old son in a shopping cart outside an Arizona grocery store. According to Peterson, it was an accident. Her routine was off, and her three other children had distracted her. Also, you know, she just had a baby two months ago.
The decision of state Sen. Andy Hill to not take on Gov. Jay Inslee in 2016 forced the Democratic Party attack machine to brake hard and return to the shop.
There were 432 fireworks-related emergencies in Washington in 2014. Some $320,240 in damage was caused to property, 277 people were injured, and there were 155 fires.
Try as it might, Washington just can’t get this charter school thing down right.