CRABFEST COMING UP: Members of the Wenatchee Sportsmen’s Association review qualifications of nominees for Sportsman of the Year to be announced at the group’s annual crab feed in February of 1963. From left, are Emery Toland, general chairman of the event; Don King, the club’s first vice president; and Bob Whisman, president. In the foreground is the trophy presented to the previous year’s honored sportsman, Pete Matson.
MUST CREDIT: The Washington Post photo/Goran Kosanovic Lemon, Garlic and Herb Yogurt
Juli Leonard/Raleigh News & Observer/TNS Chicken and Vegetable Lo Mein, and best of all, the recipe lends itself to adaptation.
Representative Mike Steele (R-12th) listens to testimony while attending a Capital Budget Committee meeting at the State Capitol on Feb. 14.
MUST CREDIT: Courtesy Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic and National Resources Defense Council The two largest trade groups for the grocery industry have adopted standardized, voluntary regulations in a bid to help consumers better understand what product date labels mean.
Officer Jason Day (right), with Sgt. Dan Christensen, after Day was honored as the agency's enforcement officer of the year.
Sen. Brad Hawkins breaks tradition by handing out food — sliced apples and Aplets & Cotlets — on the Senate floor to colleagues, including Sen. Randi Becker of Eatonville. The treats were part of a celebration that included gifts and jokes to acknowledge passage of his first bill by the governing body.
After dinner, Sen. Brad Hawkins enjoys a game of Uno with his family — sons Luke, at left, Tyler and wife Shawna — as Luke reacts to Tyler's victory.
Hawkins meets with Chelan County PUD Commissioners Randy Smith, center, and Garry Arseneault during a 15-minute constituent meeting.
Hawkins chats with other Republican caucus members when the Senate majority leadership team meets before session.