The delicate taste of fresh floral blends can’t quite be captured via the supermarket shelf. The solution? You can easily unleash the power of just-picked petals with simple DIY brews.
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If you see a Sasquatch on the Harbor this weekend, he’s probably just waiting for the Polson Museum to open for the day.
Dogs in the classroom aren’t a unique sight, animals of all kinds have entertained classrooms for as long as we’ve had schools. But these dogs aren’t here for entertainment, nor are they the student or the teacher.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, CBS is rebooting “MacGyver.” Though typically we’d be skeptical of yet another take on an existing Hollywood property, it’s entirely possible that “MacGyver” will be just the thing to break out of the rehash slump. Here’s why:
You’ve probably seen it everywhere; gluten-free everything has taken over the world. Unless you’re allergic to the little protein that causes those with celiac disease to react, then it doesn’t register for you. However, for those who do have celiac disease (a severe allergy to anything made from the Triticeae family of plants, including wheat, barley and rye) finding delicious meals can be a lifesaver.
Feisty and friendly, Jet is a little on the smallish side for what appears to be a lab-chow mix. He’s two years old and ready for his new family to come, pick him up, and train him to be the good dog that we all know he is capable of being. He’s at PAWS because, well, if you live on a ranch and you fixate on cattle plus you chase calves…you’re probably not going to last long.
With weather like this in October, there’s no reason to stay inside. Our harbor is delivering a wide selection of activities upcoming this weekend for every interest.
75 years ago
Dear Abby: I am a widow in my early 50s. While I was dating a prominent OB-GYN, I found out that he’s involved in criminal activity — operating a so-called “pill mill.” On our last date he asked me to join an escort service he was starting.
It’s an early October Thursday and just before noon, students at Aberdeen High School are finishing lunch. For some, lunch is in room 145, where Barb Page advises the production of The Quinault , the school’s decorated yearbook.
75 years ago
Dear Abby: I am happily married to a great man. I have a young daughter from a previous marriage, and my husband has two teenagers, a boy and girl, from a prior marriage. Like many blended families, we have our struggles, but one is becoming increasingly difficult to deal with.
Dear Abby: I have a friend whose 11-year-old grandson stays overnight with her sometimes on the weekends. She has only one bedroom, and I’m concerned because he still sleeps with her in the same bed.