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Calling All Cowboys

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The Associated Press reports that Kennewick, WA is one of the top 20 places for cowboys to call home.  However, a quick trip over to the magazine American Cowboy’s web site, doesn’t reflect that yet..  It states Ellensburg and Hermiston, both nearby, as top cities for cowboys to reside.  However, I think that was the […]

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Dogpile on Hanford!!!

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When my brothers and I were little kids and we’d wrestle and fight, one of us would invariably yell, “Dogpile on…Jon, or Jim, or Cari” and then the other two would collapse on the third and squash the breath out of them and have a great time overall. So when I read that Oregon is […]

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Eastern Washington and Washington D.C.

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During the seemingly never-ending presidential campaign, Mr. Obama made a visit the town of Pendleton, OR. He was asked a local question and was unable to give an informed answer. That’s ok, he couldn’t possibly know about every little thing, I would definitely cut him some slack. In fact, it’s probably a good thing that […]

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A Job for Dino Rossi?

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Rossi lost his bid to become the Governor of the state of Washington.  The majority of people over on this side of the state voted for him. I watched his concession speech earlier today, and he said he’s got to find a job now that enables him to be home for dinner with his wife […]

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East vs. West

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My husband grew up in Pennsylvania, and I was raised in California.  When we first met, he said some pretty funny things – he called hamburger buns, “hamburger rolls”, he asked for Hellman’s mayonnaise instead of Best Foods.  He also referred to the East coast of the country as ‘the right coast’, meaning right-hand side […]

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Making a Difference

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When I worked at Eddie Bauer, there was a period of time when we would ask people if they’d like to add a dollar to plant a tree.  Here in eastern Washington, we had a lot of people decline when they discovered the tree would be planted in one of a few designated areas in […]

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