Online symptom checkers often misdiagnose patients’ problems, often encouraging people to seek care for minor issues that don’t need immediate attention and other times incorrectly telling people with true emergencies that treatment can wait, a U.K. study suggests.
Shayla Renee Schmidt and Albert Rueben Aguilar Jr. were married July 12 on the beach at the Friends’ Barn in Fort Townsend State Park in Port Townsend. Chantelle Aguilar, the groom’s cousin, officiated the ceremony.
Floyd and Barbara Ingersoll of Entiat celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary during their annual family trip, June 21-26. The getaway to Hartman’s Log Cabin Resort on South Twin Lake, near Inchelium, was their 10th-annual vacation with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
In the name of Christ our Risen Lord — greetings! My name is Brian Bowes and I would like to introduce you to one of the best kept secrets in North Central Washington and a tremendous place for young people to learn of the love of Jesus Christ — ORTOHA Youth Camp.
The staff at Cordell Neher & Company PLLC closed its office doors on June 3 and got its collective hands dirty helping the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society get its new facility ready for opening. The accounting firm’s staff spent the day pulling weeds, digging trenches, setting up irrigation lines, spreading bark, moving topsoil and other landscaping projects. The firm’s community service day is an annual tradition that dates back to 1988.
Deanna Newton created a quilt — Chittim Valor — to honor the men in her family who served in the military. She is seen here with with her father Charles Chittim Sr. (World War II), her brother Charles Chittim Jr. (Vietnam) and her nephew Charles Chittim III (Iraq). It took Newton 10 months to make the quilt. She displayed it at Colonial Vista, where her father lives.