After moving 33 times, local author chose Steilacoom as her forever home

September 22, 2022 at 10:05 a.m.

This Week in Northwest History: President Franklin Roosevelt Visits Washington State

FDR slept at that Mercer Island house on more than one occasion


World’s Fair Unlimited Pigeon Rally

On September 20, 1962, a flock of homing pigeons is released from the observation deck of the Space Needle as part of a plan to publicize the 1962 Seattle World's Fair

A Historic Victory Brings Drug Price Relief to Washington Seniors

Millions of seniors will get relief from a new law that will help reduce out-of-control drug prices


Maude’s Awards

Maude’s Awards reward innovations that enrich the quality of life for persons living with Alzheimer’s and dementia

A Washingtonian's guide to living among volcanoes

Better understanding our mountains and what to do when legitimate concerns arise can help us manage the stress of living near volcanoes

Must-see Seattle art shows and festivals this fall

This article and tips on upcoming events is courtesy crosscut.com, part of the Crosscut 2022 Fall Arts Preview

Whooping It Up at the Ellensburg Rodeo

"We had a blast"


Graham Nash is Coming to Town!

Graham Nash, of Crosby Stills Nash & Young fame, will be spending several days in the Puget Sound region


Local Author, the Peace Corps and The Color of the Elephant

Christine Herbert of Kirkland reflects on how aging impacts volunteerism in the Peace Corps

Step By Step

The Optimism Walk is a family-friendly fundraising event that offers a short 1.5 mile walk in a carnival-like atmosphere


Stay Safe and Independent in Your Home

The good news is that falls are preventable; they are not a normal part of aging

Rebuilding Together

"I did not realize the difference walker stairs, lever door handles, and grab bars would make in my life"


WINTHROP: Northwest History

Winthrop is the tiny Old West town in eastern Washington with antique boardwalks and the Okanogan National Forest in the backyard

There's No Place Like Home!

The forward-thinking residents were simply way ahead of their time