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No one in PT has jewelry like Markus Koch’s: Two Super Bowl rings.  Koch, who retired here and is now a certified yoga instructor and massage therapist, was on the Washington … more
In colors the fields dress up in the Spring;  In colors, are the little birds that come from afar... translation of Mexican folk song, “De Colores” The merry month of May … more
This is a terrifying time for tenants and a lucrative time for landlords, a harsh contrast that begs us to reflect on how we value housing.  When my friend and her husband were told to leave … more
Several friends of mine seem more than glad to share quotes, sayings, advice, and observation with me on a regular basis. I do collect those I find of interest in a file named “Leader” … more
I read a Page 1 New York Times profile last week about much-missed comic George Carlin. There’s also a new HBO special premiering this weekend about the feisty, often brilliant comedian and … more
Resilient gardens work in concert with nature. They take advantage of their surroundings and support native wildlife. They also embrace the ways plants actually want to grow. Sarah Fairbank, WSU … more
You may recall that last week I included in this column the Associated Press article about the woman who fell through the “hole” in the outhouse on the trail at the top of Mount Walker. … more
It was a special Mothers’ Day on several levels.  Hard to miss were the Major League baseball teams sporting uniforms incorporating the color pink, I suppose as a reminder to check for … more
Spring salads are here, and there’s a playground of possibilities for dressing up your greens. Making homemade salad dressing is a skill you’ll be thankful for every salad … more
Notes from the Twitterverse — and elsewhere:  Why am I on Twitter? Mostly, for the laughs. Certainly not for the snark, and there’s plenty of that.  I do hope Elon … more
If you’re feeling a mild case of that ol’ “Spring Fever,” take heart  — you’re not alone!   All across the continent, a spring tide of migrating birds … more
As the last of spring settles in, making way for summer, the Jefferson County community has come up with a way to start the season off strong: On June 1, several organizations are partnering … more
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