Gary and Kathy Collins celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a small gathering of family for cake and memories on July 5 at their home in Spokane. Hosts for the event included their children and spouses: Shelley Dach, Sarah Collins, and Corey Collins, all of Spokane; and Suzanne Dach, of Newman Lake.
Ron and Helen Kennett celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, as well as Helen’s mother’s 100th birthday, with an open house on July 6 at Spokane First church in Spokane. Hosts for the event included their children and spouses: Jennifer and Mark Eide, of Spokane; and Camilla and Marc Nagel, of Kenmore, Washington.
Cora Priscilla Marr McNutt-Reems celebrated her 100th birthday on May 30. She has lived in Eastern Washington for 58 years.
It’s something most women in North America don’t think twice about. When that time of the month rolls around, stocking up on sanitary supplies is as easy as a quick trip to the nearest store. But what if you had no access to those supplies or no money to purchase them if you could find them?
Imagine you are home sick from school or are just playing outside when all of a sudden – ah-ah-ah-choo! It might seem like that sneeze came out of nowhere, but a lot of things went on in the brain and body to make it happen.
The sans makeup idea was a bit hard to stomach at first. I would question my decision to go to the store without a drop of makeup. I still sometimes catch myself wondering if my natural face is acceptable at a board meeting. Which, of course, it totally is.
The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2019 semester at University of Idaho.
I am apparently the only one in this house who knows where my oldest son set down the deck of cards he’s been using for tricks the past two weeks. I’m the only one the second-grader wants to play board games with even though I have provided him with five other siblings just for this purpose.
As you see the moonlight shine down and illuminate the night sky, remember that this night light wouldn’t be possible without help from the biggest object in the solar system – our sun.
For some, the idea of spending a lazy summer day at the beach or cabin with a good book sounds like heaven. But for a lot of kids, “they think of reading as a chore they have to do at school,” said Gwendolyn Haley, a public services manager for the Spokane County Library District.
Ask the doctors advice column for Thursday, July 11, 2019
JoEllen Prickett has a distinction of first baby born in February 1969 at Spokane Valley General Hospital – soon after the facility opened. Christopher and Cheryl Custer were the first twins born there. This Wednesday, MultiCare is holding a 50th anniversary baby reunion.
Humans have been telling stories for thousands of years. At first, they told these stories out loud, then they started to write.
I think what I love the most about living in a rural community is, if there is a need in the community, it will be met. Not because anyone is keeping tabs on who needs help but because helping others is the right thing to do.
The following undergraduate students have achieved President’s Honor Roll status at Washington State University for spring semester 2019. To be named to the list, students must achieve a semester GPA of 3.75 or better while enrolled in at least nine graded hours with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, or attain a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher while enrolled in at least 15 graded hours with a semester GPA of 3.0 or better. Washington
Even though a lot of people now use wireless phones rather than landlines to connect with each other, we still depend on those wires under the ocean for long-distance phone calls. The old wires have now been replaced with optical fibers that are a much better way to send these signals. We also depend on them for one big thing many of us use every day: Internet.
No matter how you hope to ring in the Fourth of July, and no matter where you live, there’s a celebration for you.
Our picks for fun things to do on the cheap.
Through Aug. 3, the library is hosting the traveling Smithsonian exhibit “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America.” And library staff have gathered local sports memorabilia to add to the experience.