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Losing a Pet Leaves a Huge Hole in Our Home
Fur babies. They steal your heart before you even realize what's happened.
Eighteen years ago, my little brother worked at the Yakima Humane Society. He called me to ask if I could foster a kitten they'd found in an alley, skinny, hungry and flea ridden. She didn't meet the required weight to be spay…
The Unofficial Watershed Guide for Concert Commuters
By now,  you and 20,000 of your closest country-music-loving friends are crammed into the Gorge Amphitheatre near George for three days of country music. It's called the Watershed Music Festival, and it's celebrating its sixth year.
Some are Watershed veterans and some are Watershed ne…
Aunt and Uncle Day Is a Good Time to Say Thank You
Growing up I would spend weeks during the summer at my Aunt Jo Jo's in Sequim, my Aunt Bonnie's in Chehalis and my Aunt Sharon's in Idaho. My uncles Tim and Dan would take us kids fishing and camping. They taught me how to ride a three-wheeler and a dirt bike.
As a child of divorced parents, these th…
Creepy Noise Haunts The Bull’s Studio [VIDEO]
Rolling into the Bull studio this morning was creepy. Everything was shut down. No music, no computers ... no nothing. All due to a power outage yesterday.
And now a piece of equipment is making an odd sound. Watch the video to find out ...
What’ll You Have On That Hot Dog?
Do you pile it high with onions or sauerkraut? Maybe you squirt on a ton of mustard or ketchup? Maybe a little relish, chili, cheese or mayo?
It's National Hot Dog Day and the age-old debate rages on over what is the best topping for your dog.

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