Norma Joiner was on the Morning News today talking about another exciting edition of Highland Community Days, which is this weekend. The event is quintessential small-town Americana, and a great way to recognize the transition from summer to back-to-school and apple harvest season. Plan to attend -- kilts optional!
The debate over a higher minimum wage in our state got me thinking about how much value do we actually get from our hard earned bucks. There are certainly places where it is more expensive and places where it is cheaper to live. SO where do we fit? Thanks to the UK Daily Mail for the article.
Public art isn't just some crackpot idea for bigger for affluent cities. According to the National Assembly of State Art Agencies public art or percent for art programs are active in 25 states. In Washington State half of 1% of capital appropriations for new construction (and renovation projects exceeding $200,000 for universities and colleges) is allocated for the acquisition and conservation of artwork, as per state statute.
Kater the Gator, my 5 and a half year old tornado child starts Kindergarten “transition week” today. Here I was all ready to do my part to save the world with peanut butter and jelly when my wife reminded me that all kids get a free lunch this year if they want. Breakfast too
Labor Day is coming fast, kids are headed back to school and vacation season -- short as it is -- is nearly over for this year. Ah, to work in Europe where the vacations are, shall we say, a bit more generous!
The bar was set high when Tim Russert passed away in 2008 after 16 years as host of NBC’s "Meet the Press." I was disappointed to see reporter David Gregory ascend to one of television’s most prime positions as Russert’s successor. Now, at last, after six years on MTP and 20 years total at NBC, Gregory is leaving the show and the network -- to which I say good riddance.
Just 13 days until school starts in the Yakima district. Last night was Kindergarten open house at Gilbert Elementary. Kate is super excited for future homework! She’s odd like that. Her teacher is the very nice
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