This weekend I danced in the local Dancing for the Stars charity event. My husband, who was in the audience with my three sons, didn't bring flowers, and it sort of made me fall in love with him all over again. No, you didn't read that incorrectly.
There’s never been a figure in Washington politics quite like Frank Chopp.
If there’s one enduring lesson of the Great Recession of the last decade, it is how important we are to each other. A community is like a ship at sea; in the stormiest economic times, we can count only on each other to get through it. We sail or sink together.
There are two types of kids: those who eagerly rip out each loose tooth, even before its time, and those who let loose teeth live in their mouth until the skin attaching them to the gums mostly shrivels up. The crown is left spinning on its axis with each thrust of the tongue or even the slightest breath, and every father everywhere is compelled to ask, "Want me to tie a string around that thing?"
The Land and Water Conservation Fund expired at the end of September when Congress failed to reauthorize the program.
As a resident of the county who does NOT belong to the Kitap Rifle and Revolver Club, I am not technically a part of the ongoing legal dispute. I am however affected by it, as is every citizen.
Congressman Rick Larsen is doing something this week his congressional colleagues from Washington and around the country are not.
Lindell joined the Navy in 1971. No, not my son Lindell, but my dad, also named Lindell, which makes writing that first sentence really weird.
At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the guns finally fell silent across France.
It’s been another deadly year on Kitsap’s roads. With winter weather nearing, it could get worse. But it doesn’t have to.
On this upcoming Veterans Day, we’re reminded of the millions of brave men and women that have stood on the front lines for our country. But rarely are we reminded of what these soldiers and military personnel endure once they rejoin civilian life.
Imagine, if you will, a mother driving her teenage son to school. The mother is wearing Velcro rollers in her hair and has breakfast in her teeth. She's driving like a 3-year-old playing Mario Kart because the teenager is mad that he is late.
Voters have spoken and no one could be pleased more by what they said than Tim Eyman. The professional initiative promoter from Mukilteo had another anti-tax measure on Tuesday’s ballot. And like many of its predecessors it is passing with support in nearly every county in the state.
We are also a culture centered around the automobile. But lack of sleep and driving a car is a deadly combination.