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Katherine Graham moved to Washington in the late 1930s from northwest Arkansas so she could go to a Catholic high school.
You may think warm weather is prime time to enjoy the rewarding hobby of bird feeding and bird-watching. Winter, however, is the time of year when birds need you most — and when you have the greatest chance of attracting them to your backyard. Natural food and water sources become scarce, competition for limited resources is fierce and nonmigratory birds are looking for a reliable, good quality meal. It’s your moment!
A market researcher by trade, Don Boettcher never planned on becoming a teacher. But he’s found himself in a teaching role on more than one occasion throughout his life — four, to be precise.
After operating a hamburger stand in South America and running chambers of commerce in South Florida, Dick Rice is back on the radio in Washington.
When Ron and Pat Foan adopted an Australian shepherd from the Franklin County Humane Society, it began a close relationship with the organization.
Nine years ago in September Barbara Harvey began teaching art classes at the Washington Senior Center. She thought the gig was just temporary.
It’s no secret that America is a sedentary society. The predictable result of this country’s inactive lifestyle is an almost-unavoidable increase in body weight.
AARP Tax-Aide, the nation’s largest, volunteer run, tax assistance and preparation service, will begin taking appointments to help people file their federal and state tax returns.
While it’s hard to fathom, Dennis Kramme almost walked out on Emmaus Homes.