I’m practical and hungry, a duo that makes leftovers the best part of any holiday meal. That’s as true for the Easter ham as with any other platter of protein at a family gathering.
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Four years of my professional life were spent working in hospice. Director of bereavement and pastoral care. Simply put, four of the best years of my life. Creative, energizing and a daily learning curve. A downer? Absolutely not! Quite the opposite. More hopeful, inspirational, meaningful.
Quiche, that culinary darling of the 1970s, suddenly seems to be appearing on menus everywhere.
Eggs are popping out all over — and not just from spring chickens.
BALTIMORE — Carrie O’Connor thought she was a fairly healthy 35-year-old who went on daily jogs and ate well.
Just because you’re ready for spring doesn’t mean your skin is.
Parents fed up with the soundtrack of “Frozen,” which seems to be stuck on repeat in their children’s brains, may also not want to hear this advice from a music professor at Northwestern University, who regularly deals with unrelenting melodies.
PUD Commissioner Arie Callaghan is a third-generation Harborite. He lives in Elma with his wife Tina and has worked for Mason Trucking Company in Aberdeen for 24 years. In his free time, Callaghan collects vintage dirt bikes, drives his 1979 Jeep CJ-7 and watches NASCAR. He also enjoys spending time with his daughter Erin, son-in-law Jeff and granddaughters Sawyer and Hadley, who also live in Elma.
Dear Abby: I read your Jan. 8 column about the warning signs of an abuser. Would you use your influence to say that men are also victims of abuse?
Dear Abby: I recently exchanged pleasantries via email and text messaging with a lady I met on a website. One day later, I received a message from her stating she’d prefer our method of communication be kept to email and texting because she wasn’t much of a phone talker.
Dear Abby: I’m in a tricky situation. My boyfriend of four years, “Ian,” and I took a break from our relationship for two months because he was scared he’d miss out on the single life. We started hanging out again soon after, and everything fell into place.
Hoquiam residents Shawna L. Kramer-Mills and Wesley D. Johnson II got engaged Feb. 14 at the Rain Forest Resort Village at Lake Quinault and plan to marry this summer.
Clifford and Maxine Woodward celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on April 4 at their Central Park home. They were married in Jacksonville, Fla. in 1944 while Cliff was in flight training with the U.S. Navy.
Yoga isn’t just about stretching and staying fit, said Hoquiam yoga instructor Dawn Hanson. It’s about tranquility, inner peace and bringing together the mind, body and breath.
The nameplate outside Candi Bachtell’s classroom at Aberdeen High School bears the inscription “Chef Bachtell.”