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Sasquatch crossing sign in the Oregon wilderness

Northwest myths your mom told you, debunked

Sasquatch crossing sign in the Oregon wilderness

November 21, 2021, 6:00am Latest News

The Northwest has had its share of odd myths and wisdom dispensed from well-meaning parents. While some are based in reality, other, more questionable pieces of advice were passed along to kids, such as the dangers of swallowing gum or seeds. Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Fishing for rogue on Rogue River

November 21, 2021, 5:59am Clark County Life

Sitting in the stern of the drift boat, it was an easy matter to let my mind wander about the tonnage of lead that must litter the bottom of the Rogue River. Easy because, for the fifth time in the last hour, I had snagged my salmon-rigged line on some… Read story

"Little Sister: My Investigation into the Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood" by Lana Wood.

Sister details Natalie Wood’s assault, death

"Little Sister: My Investigation into the Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood" by Lana Wood.

November 21, 2021, 5:35am Entertainment

NEW YORK — For decades, it’s been one of Hollywood’s darkest rumors: A teenaged Natalie Wood was sexually assaulted by a top movie star more than twice her age when she met with him at a hotel in Los Angeles. Read story

Times Square open for NYE bash

November 21, 2021, 5:35am Entertainment

NEW YORK (AP) — Crowds will once again fill New York’s Times Square this New Year’s Eve, with proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for revelers who want to watch the ball drop in person, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday. Read story

NASA seeks ideas for nuclear reactor on moon

November 20, 2021, 5:44pm Northwest

BOISE, Idaho — If anyone has a good idea on how to put a nuclear fission power plant on the moon, the U.S. government wants to hear about it. Read story

Many people will spend the weekend after Thanksgiving putting up their holiday lights. Following safety procedures will ensure the holidays stay bright.

When hanging holiday lights and decorations, safety should always comes first

Many people will spend the weekend after Thanksgiving putting up their holiday lights. Following safety procedures will ensure the holidays stay bright.

November 20, 2021, 6:05am Life

Once Thanksgiving is past, homeowners’ attention will turn to decorating for the winter holidays. You can save a lot of hassle by hiring a professional to hang your holiday lights, and the sooner you call to get on their schedule, the better. A pro will have the experience and training… Read story

Gardening with Allen: Indoor plants need winter boost

November 20, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Life

My indoor plants seem to be under stress. I am noticing more brown and yellow leaves and leaf tips. I see very little new leaf growth. What can I do to perk them up? Read story

Energy Adviser: How much energy does Turkey Day meal use?

November 20, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Life

Few holiday meals put the family kitchen through its paces quite like a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Read story

Captan Patrick Beard rings the Octorara and Brotherhood Bell on Sunday during the Great Lakes Memorial Service at Mariner's Church. The memorial service remembers the lives lost in the roughly 6,000 shipwrecks in lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario. (Kirthmon F.

Church honors 30,000 sailors lost in Great Lakes

Captan Patrick Beard rings the Octorara and Brotherhood Bell on Sunday during the Great Lakes Memorial Service at Mariner's Church. The memorial service remembers the lives lost in the roughly 6,000 shipwrecks in lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario. (Kirthmon F.

November 20, 2021, 6:02am Churches & Religion

DETROIT — The tolling of 10 bells echoed through Mariners’ Church of Detroit on Sunday, to memorialize 30,000 men and women lost in shipwrecks across the Great Lakes. Read story

Rev. Emily Scott, the new pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Baltimore, underwent her Rite of Installation on Oct. 17, signifying her new role leading the congregation. The service also included a covenant signing between the historic St. Mark's church and Dreams and Visions, a church community Scott founded in 2019.

Pastor leads two LGBTQ-affirming Baltimore churches

Rev. Emily Scott, the new pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Baltimore, underwent her Rite of Installation on Oct. 17, signifying her new role leading the congregation. The service also included a covenant signing between the historic St. Mark's church and Dreams and Visions, a church community Scott founded in 2019.

November 20, 2021, 6:02am Churches & Religion

BALTIMORE — A service held in October at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church signifies a new partnership between one of Baltimore’s historic churches and a fledgling congregation, both rooted in LGBTQ affirmation and inclusivity, generations apart. Read story