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Birth announcements

Birth announcements from throughout North Central Washington

Spurbeck, Perez

Katie Spurbeck and Andrey Perez have announced their engagement.

Is homemade baby food healthier for infants?

Babies who get homemade food may learn to like a wider variety of food types and be leaner than infants who eat store-bought products, a recent study suggests.

Burnout among trainee pediatricians high

A large number of pediatricians in training may already be experiencing burnout, a recent U.S. study suggests, and those who do are more likely to make errors or take shortcuts during treatment.

Dear Abby | Aging mom has health issues but wants to stay in her home

Dear Abby: My father died four years ago, leaving my 69-year-old mother alone. My mother has health and mobility issues. Her house is large and has two stories, and it far exceeds her needs. The problem is that she’s extremely sentimental about it.
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Growing up in Douglas County | Irene (Eggers) Viebrock

This is the first in a series of Douglas County Empire Press articles featuring interviews with people who grew up (or are growing up) in Douglas County. Karen Larsen plans to feature one person in each decade of life, beginning with a resident in their 90s and moving down one decade with each subsequent interview. The stories told will provide a profile of life growing up in Douglas County over the years. Larsen’s first interview is with Irene Viebrock, who turned 94 on Thursday.
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Growing up in Douglas County | Merle Jacobsen

This is the second in a series of articles featuring interviews with people who grew up (or are growing up) in Douglas County. Karen Larsen plans to feature one person in each decade of life. She began with a resident in their 90s and is moving down one decade with each subsequent interview. The stories told will provide a profile of life growing up in Douglas County over the years.

Dear Abby | Daughters blame mom’s fiancé for breaking up her marriage

Dear Abby: My fiancée and I plan to be married next year. I met her after she left her husband because he had cheated on her twice. She refuses to tell her daughters that she left their dad because he cheated, so I am doomed to be the "bad guy" for eternity. They think I'm "the man who stole Mama from Daddy." Her youngest (age 25) thinks I'm the devil incarnate and is unbelievably rude to me, no matter who is around. I'm thinking marriage will be hell because she and her ...

Lent events begin Sunday

WENATCHEE — St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host several events beginning Sunday at the church, 428 King St.

Pancake supper Tuesday

WATERVILLE — The Altar Society of St. Joseph Catholic Church will hold its 33rd annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the church, 101 East Poplar.

Study group to discuss Buddhist wisdom teaching

EAST WENATCHEE — The HUMUH Buddhist Center will hold a spiritual study group March 5 at 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of the Cascade Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1550 Sunset Highway.

For the unborn and the undocumented: Shine Your Light!

The past month has been full of paradoxes as many of us cheer a leadership that supports the unborn, yet decry the same leadership in their treatment of the refugee and the undocumented. In our media-saturated world, we are led to expect that the unborn belong in one public policy universe while the undocumented belong in another.
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Beyond ear buds and eyerolls: Nine ways to make travel with your teen fun

The low point of the trip wasn’t when my husband, Andrew, and I hiked into the Grand Canyon without our teens, because Solomon and Celia opted to stay behind in our tiny cabin. As insane as it seemed for them to miss their chance to explore the most spectacular natural phenomenon our country has to offer, that morning, we chose to let it go.
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A nutritious makeover: Cascade School District lunches see healthy changes

There are 180 school days every year, and each of those days includes lunch. Growing kids love lunch, because they’re usually famished and also crave time to hang out with their friends. But just as important, these 180 lunch periods are an opportunity to feed children nutritious and delicious food and teach them about making good food choices for themselves.