• Digging up the past: Magnolia’s old, new archeological finds
    In the book “Magnolia: Making More Memories,” in Dale Forbus Hogle’s chapter “The West Point Dig: A Legacy,” she wrote: “Today’s peaceful appearance and seemingly unchanged shape of the sand spit we call West Point was not always so.
  • AGING WITH CARE | Keeping a sense of balance

    I recently took a spill, and it made me realize, more than ever, the importance of safety in the home, especially for seniors.

  • Barbershop chorus still harmonizing after 66 years
    The sound of melodic humming and singing resonates against the basement walls of the Queen Anne Baptist Church every Tuesday evening.
  • West Thomas overpass dedicated to Coney

    The Uptown Alliance dedicated the West Thomas Street pedestrian and bicycle overpass to John Coney, founder and a former Alliance president, on May 18.

  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Seattle politics on animal welfare

    The Woodland Park Zoo (WPZ) has spent a century justifying its existence as an educational institution for our community, but the evidence of that purpose has never been so barren.

    
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  • The other morning, conversation over coffee turned to recent events out in Enumclaw. Rather than share a house in a divorce settlement, a disgruntled husband got a demolition permit and bulldozed the dwelling into splinters. 

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