I am a native Californian but have lived in the Northwest since my teens so my roots are here now. It's been a great place to raise a family and now that my kids are grown, my Labradoodle and our three cats are the "kids" we dote on. I am a sports fan, especially the Seahawks! I love movies, music and BBQ. I actually have a Traeger pellet smoker, a Big Green Egg and a Weber charcoal grill but don't get to use them enough, sadly. I would say my favorite activity is travel, again not enough time to do much these days! If I could live anywhere that I have visited, it would be Kauai in Hawaii. That place just makes me feel better and i can't wait to visit again. I hope that gives you a glimpse into my background and thanks for looking me up!
These Are The Best Places To Find A Summer Job In Washington
Summer means job search for many young people. The summer job is a time to gain extra spending money or work experience. Timed with the current labor shortage, many employers are desperate to hire, so now is a great time for younger adults to enter the workforce.
In Washington State, You Don’t have To Prove You Are Eligible To Vote?
You don't have to prove you are eligible to vote in Washington because essentially you have a "presumptive" right to vote according to Association of County Auditors Lori Larsen. She told the Center Square "We start with the assumption that they are eligible," she added. "If something comes up that suggests otherwise, we can take action."
Free Help For Washington Small Businesses Is There For The Asking
The Washington Small Business Development Center is a network of dozens of expert business advisors in communities around the state who can help entrepreneurs or small business owners to start, grow, buy or sell a business. And services are at no charge.
Visit Washington’s Favorite Ice Cream Shops
Where are the favorite places to get ice cream in Washington State? PBS surveyed it's membership and came up with a list. You might want to try a few this summer
Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Say New Police Pursuit Law Still Needs Work
The Center Square reports SB 5352 makes changes to 2021 legislation enacted under HB 1054 that raised the threshold to trigger a police vehicular pursuit from "reasonable suspicion" to "probable cause" that a suspect had committed a crime for certain crimes.
WA Democrats Want To Tax Healthcare’s Top Earners And Change New Capital Gains Tax Threshold
Lawmakers in Olympia have introduced legislation to tax the income of highly paid hospital administrative employees. Democrats have also introduced legislation that would increase the capital gains tax rate and lower the value exemption even before the State Supreme Court issued a final ruling on last month.
Hailey Van Lith Will Transfer Out of Louisville
ESPN is reporting Cashmere, WA High School alum and Louisville star guard Hailey Van Lith's decision to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. The University announced Van Lith's plan on Saturday.
Final Report Issued On Fatal Colchuck Peak Avalanche
The reports authors said the fatal avalanche was relatively small but the victims were swept down a steep narrow choke of exposed rocks, cliffs and short cliffs that was the likely cause of the fatal injuries they suffered.
Cascade Medical Foundation Hopes To Add Cardiac Rehab Unit in Leavenworth
The 2023 fundraising campaign goal is to raise $87,000 to purchase a cardiac monitoring system, a cross trainer, recumbent bike and upper body ergometer. The funds will also provide for staff training and education.
Has Washington State Registered Foreign Nationals To Vote?
A series of emails from concerned election officials and an immigration attorney have surfaced that reveal an unknown number of foreign nationals have been registered to vote in Washington State, in some cases, non-citizens have tried to refuse registration and alerted officials they are not eligible to vote...