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Thanks to a set of recently enacted state laws, we see some positive steps toward addressing certain aspects of the homeless and subsidized housing problem.
I must take issue with your response to “Tired of Behinds” on Sept. 5
At 13 years old, Helen Holloway forged her baptismal record. She was still one year away from legally working, just before World War II.
River is an 8-month-old long-haired kitty. He’s big. He’s handsome. Why is…
Bob and Mary Jane (Carowick) Spoonhoward of Elma will soon celebrate their…
The son of a friend is having self-esteem issues and apparently is going through a rough patch.
From the archives of The Daily World
“Weird.” Nichole Lowther has been hearing this word her whole life.
Author Pete Replinger will sign his newly published book, “The Schafer Brothers: Pioneer Loggers of the Satsop Valley.”
Dear Abby: It seems the children I raised and taught to write…
Conner Gates, son of Candis and Rory Gates, has been named the…
When officials at Channel Point Village in Hoquiam learned that a number…
Tamara Helland, school counselor for Stevens Elementary, is once again directing the high school’s annual musical production.
I am ashamed to admit this, but years ago I had an affair with a married man.
Each day 17 veterans commit suicide. A new campaign featuring soldiers’ stories is trying to change that
Lionhearted is a campaign that seeks to reduce the high veteran suicide rate with videos and a short film telling stories of combat and healing.
I had bariatric surgery (gastric sleeve) five months ago.
The general legend of Queen and its larger-than-life lead singer, Freddie Mercury, is told with as much grandiose theatricality as the band itself.
My girlfriend and I love each other very much.
We need meaningful ways to meet life’s challenges with less anxiety.
Nailing It Down By Dave Murnen and Pat Beaty Insurance is one…