When domestic violence brought chaos, Deborah Grenehalghe turned her hands toward soil to find moments of peace. She wants to help other battered women experience quiet healing around growing plants with Spokane Women’s Farms, which coordinates garden spaces and supplies.
Today Deep Space Escape - While in deep space, you and your crew wake unexpectedly from your stasis chambers. You have 30 minutes to discover what’s gone wrong and regain control of your spaceship. Can you solve the puzzles and clues in time to survive? Registration at scld.org. Ages 10 and older. Start times are 2, 3, and 4 p.m. Argonne Library, 4322 N. Argonne Road, Millwood. Free. (509) 893-8260.
Country singers Craig Morgan and Jerrod Niemann will headline the opening day “Party in the Dirt” concert.
Jean Eileen Cudby Reedman will celebrate her 100th birthday on Aug. 13. She was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and has lived in Eastern Washington for 61 years. Reedman met her late husband John Henry Reedman at the Air Force base in Edmonton. They were married in 1944.
People might set financial goals, maybe also work goals. But should you set personal goals toward having fun, following passions, getting in an adventure? Spokane resident Danielle Beaudine, 39, is among people who have written a personal goal-setting list of 40 to-do’s before she turns 40.
With six kids, the requests to buy stuff are endless. Dance uniforms. Yearbooks. Football gear. Bigger shoes. Violins. A dozen doughnuts.
We used to think that when a person got to a certain age, the brain settled in and didn’t change much for the rest of a person’s life. Over the past decade or so, researchers have actually discovered that the brain retains plasticity (the ability to change and adapt) over time. The process might get a bit slower as we age, but it’s still there.
Frank and RaNae Orsi recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary The couple were married Aug. 1, 1959, in Spokane.
Leland and Julie Fish celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary by retracing the route of their honeymoon through the Rocky Mountains, up to Banff, Alberta, Canada and back through Glacier National Park, Montana on June 14. Their children are: LeAnn Brown and David Fish, both of Spokane.
The following undergraduate students have achieved Dean’s Honor Roll at Eastern Washington University for spring quarter 2019.
For many residents, dogs and cats are part of the family. People have more choices to protect or enhance pets’ lives. CBD pet products are on the rise. Regional fire departments routinely carry pet oxygen masks. Dog owners also can buy restraints for vehicles or booties to protect pads.
For those of you who are wanting to read more, I thought I would share some of my top picks so far for 2019.
If you are anything like me, you probably like watching for shooting stars in the night sky. A shooting star, or a meteor, is usually a small rock that falls into Earth’s atmosphere.
Ron and Lindy Cater celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a party with friends and family on July 5 at Ella’s Supper Club in Spokane. Hosts for the event included their children and spouses: Charlie Cater and Poorvi Chitalkar, of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; and Ben and Shawna Cater, of Spokane.
Ken and Joanne Jenkins will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary today with an open house at their home. Their children and spouses are: Bill and Bernadette Jenkins, of Spokane; Dave and Tarina Jenkins, of Kent, Washington; and Karen Jenkins, of Federal Way, Washington.
The following students graduated from the University of Idaho at the end of the spring 2019 semester.
A Spokane group of food truck owners is serving up summer meals for 58 homeless Spokane Valley teens who were given a punch card to get five free hot meals a week. Among the youth, 45 of them received STA bus passes to go where the vendors are serving at public events.
I had the rare and questionable opportunity this week to have nine boys under my care for several hours. Nine boys – four of my own and five cousins – ranging in ages from 15 down to 2. Would you like to take a guess as to how much I accomplished that day?
Why can’t sea turtles pull back into their shell? I was at the St. Louis Zoo, and they said tortoises and other turtles can pull back into their shells.
Organizers of the annual Julyamsh powwow this weekend are expecting large crowds and plenty of dancing as the popular event welcomes days of balmy weather.