Last night my wife and her mom (Special K) teamed up to help work on Kate’s Halloween costume. This year she’s nearly six and her choice is a “special” kind of ghost outfit -with grandma’s loving touch- so it will no doubt scare up a bunch of treats! Speaking of scare, the money we spend on the scaring up a little spooky fun is frightening.
The Yakima Valley Community College Playmasters are presenting "Very Still and Hard to See" Oct. 30 through Nov. 2 in Kendall Hall on the YVCC Yakima Campus, just in time for your Halloween entertainment.
I’ll admit I sometimes get a little frustrated by the amount of time my wife spends on Facebook. (She does the same with me, given my time spent watching television) But as usual I’m right and she’s…well, righter?
The National Federation of Small Business released a new study predicting a loss of more than 11,000 jobs in a five-year period should Gov. Jay Inslee press ahead with his plan to impose lower carbon fuel standards.
The North wind howls, the skies grow dark and the thermometer starts to drop. Cold weather IS coming -- despite a record 91-degree day in October recently. October is National Energy Awareness Month and this year the average household will spend more than $2,200 a year on energy bills
Although the Yakima Valley doesn't experience extreme weather conditions like other areas of the country, a real disaster, either natural or man-made, could happen. Don't forget about your pets when putting together your emergency plan.
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