With the holidays quickly approaching comes visiting and banqueting. While we enjoy our time off, we also need to breathe in fresh air and move our bodies.
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In Amanda Park, a mere 51 miles from Aberdeen, shorter if you begin your trip in Hoquiam, sits the Internet Cafe, perched on a hill in the middle of town. If you are like me and my travel companion getting out of the house on a rainy Sunday morning for a little site-seeing trip can be difficult. If you skip breakfast and eat on the road, it helps.
Whether it’s your first time cooking Thanksgiving or your 20th, we all could use a few fresh ideas to make the feast a success. Here, we’ve compiled an alphabetical rundown of the essentials you need to know.
If you come across an unusual local beachcombing find this fall and winter, enter the South Beach Bulletin Beachcombing Bonanzas Contest by emailing a photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Abby: I live in a 55-and-older mobile home park. Because my coach isn’t huge, I have a nice little backyard where I have a small vegetable garden and a lovely lemon tree.
When I woke up this morning it was 30 degrees and windy. It must be time to talk about utility issues as our heating bills are starting to rise (quickly!).
Dear Abby: I was recently fired from my job for chronic tardiness. I have worked at this business for four years, and although I knew my lateness was seen as a problem by my boss, it was still a surprise.
Dear Abby: My wife and I have been married 13 years. Early on, we struggled to have children and needed reproductive specialists in order to have our two beautiful girls, ages 4 and 8.
When the weather gets colder, the various housing needs – from drafty homes, to limited funds for rent to not even having a place to call “home” – all come into sharper focus.
Author Bill Lindstrom will be featured at the Polson Museum today at 2 p.m. and will present a slide show and lecture on his research surrounding John Tornow, the legendary “Wildman of the Wynoochee”. Lindstrom has studied every angle of the Tornow case for more than two decades and has just published a 502-page historical novel called “Victim or Villain?” that delves deeply into the Tornow story. Copies of the book are availalble now at the Polson Museum Store and Lindstrom will be on hand to sign copies today at the event.
The Senior Nutrition Program, conducted by the Coastal Community Action Program of Aberdeen, regularly serves lunches at noon at:
WAY too early on a Saturday morning, by Flo’s estimation, but it was Tommy’s-going-to-put-in-the-doggie-door Saturday, so Flo had set the alarm — an alien task that had taken a while to figure out.
Dear Abby: I’m 13 and I’m afraid I may have OCD. I want to find out, but what’s standing in my way is that sometimes my parents think I make stuff up to get attention. I’m afraid to tell them, but I know if I do, it will answer my question. Can you give me some advice?