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I don’t like dirt. Not one little bit.
Molly Hoover loves colorful, shiny things.
John Happy Jr. got used to being teased about his name while growing up on Spokane’s South Hill.
After reading several short novels, Nancy Stephens thought to herself, I can do better than that. So, she picked up a pen and a pad of paper and began to write. That was 38 years ago. A friend typed the manuscript for her on a typewriter.
On an overcast Wednesday morning a group of intrepid hikers met at Indian Canyon Golf Course.
I felt like a princess on my wedding day.
Sometimes it takes a lot of work to make a house a home.
Born on Fairchild Air Force Base, local author and columnist Cindy Hval spent the majority of her childhood traveling with her family from base to base. But throughout all those travels, one tradition remained.
The blink of an eye. A heartbeat. That’s how quickly Jack Sleeth’s life changed
Megan Enders entered Five Mile Prairie School as a freshman after being wholly homeschooled.
Zachariah Johnson will be missed at Northwest Christian.
Alesandra "Allie" Chester saw a lot of the country during her family’s long journey from New Jersey to Washington at the start of her sophomore year in high school.
Shadle Park counselor, Kitty Hennessey, can’t help but get emotional when she talks about Ana Hendry.
Nathan Flinn has a natural, inquisitive nature, but traditional classroom settings didn’t work for him.
All homeowners have one – that nagging project that we’ll get to when we have time. It’s usually an area that guests don’t see, so we put it off until the right time presents itself.
Contemporary flat screen TVs bear little resemblance to the models of earlier days when televisions were pieces of furniture. Today’s kids have no concept of a time when you had to get up from the sofa to change the channel, or wiggle the rabbit ears to get a clear picture.
When Sid Harty’s wife, Lynn, told him she’d spotted a big buck in a neighbor’s field in Valleyford, he was ready to get his rifle.
For someone who never opened her eyes or drew a breath, Grace Susie Bain, continues to make a difference in the world she didn’t get to explore.
In 1944, two teenagers met while working at Kresge’s Five and Dime in Detroit. Nine months later, they married. Robert and Victoria Logan’s first date on St. Patrick’s Day proved memorable. “I took her to my favorite barbecue place,” Robert recalled.
Age hasn’t diminished their banter or their backhands.