To learn more about Baron Farms' free range beef and poultry, click here!
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To recap the highlights from the 1A basketball state game, follow this link.
If you're on the hunt for Samoas or Thin Mints, follow this link to connect with a local troop!
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If you'd like to volunteer to help carve the new trail on Badger Mountain please contact Friends Of Badger Mountain.
To register for the next April session in Walla Walla, follow this link.
Updated list of locations that sold tainted meat.
To get involved in a local class - follow the link here.
To see if you're eligible for the program, just follow this link.
AntennaWeb gives advice for purchasing an over-the-air digital TV antenna.
If you're interested in donating to the Jonson family, please click the link below.
"The Jonson family’s life changed forever in November of 2010, when Sandy, was diagnosed with Neuromyelitis Optica, (NMO), a rare and terminal disease of the central nervous system. NMO is an incurable autoimmune disorder which affects the spinal cord and optic nerve, most often leading to blindness, paralysis and multiple other traumatic symptoms eventually leading to death.
Sandy’s husband Dave, has spent those two years caring for his wife as she degenerated and became partially paralyzed. She takes 40 different medications three times each day at a cost of about $3,000 per month, and that’s after insurance pays a share.
The family’s health took another turn for the worse early in February 2013, when 5-year-old Landon, one of the couple’s five children, collapsed after complaining about a tummy ache.
After a battery of tests, a doctor discovered during an exploratory surgery that Landon’s intestines and other internal organs were twisted and their blood supply had been cut off called Intestinal Malrotation, a relatively rare medical condition that Landon had since birth, but had not given him any problems until now.
Landon was quickly airlifted to Children’s Hospital in Seattle with about a 5-10% chance of survival. After 5 surgeries and many weeks in the hospital he has been upgraded to a 95% chance of recovery. Dave, Landon’s father and Sandy’s husband, stayed at Children’s day and night with Landon while Sandy, stayed across the street at the Ronald McDonald House to be as close to Landon as she could.
Sandy, who is a stay at home Mom, was always very active in her children’s lives and in the community. She now depends on Dave and her young adult children for nearly everything. She always did everything for all their kids, and all the kids’ friends. Now she depends on Dave to eat, to administer medications and get her to Seattle to see her doctors. Sandy can no longer take care of herself or those she loves."
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Washington Times article on tax dollars used for off-shore conference.