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  • Local woman launches company to help make gluten-free eating easier

    KENT, Wash. – In a fast-paced world, oftentimes consumers trade health for convenience. RylieCakes owner Tara Rylie introduces six gluten-free flour blends that help create “unfussy recipes” for any home kitchen. She even encourages you to invite friends and family over for a meal of masterpieces that they’ll never realize is all gluten-free. While many large brands and corporations offer gluten-free blends, Riley takes pride in creating products for Celiacs by a Celiac. She was diagnosed with Celiac disease and […]

  • A celebration of senior dogs set to happen this weekend

    SEATTLE — Dogs really are man’s best friend. Regardless of whether they’re young or old, dogs bring joy to many lives. This weekend you can help these K-9s live our their golden years the best way possible by supporting the 2019 Walk For Old Dogs. The 8th annual event is hosted by Old Dog Haven whose mission is that all senior dogs should live peacefully in their final years as members of a caring family. The community is invited to Cromwell Park […]

  • ‘We treat him like an athlete’: Bonney Lake duo train for fourth national AKC championship

    BONNEY LAKE, Wash. – Sarah Baker has been training dogs for two decades and mastering agility for the last 10. She’s an award-winning professional, as is her teammate, a 6-year-old border collie named Hops. Together they’ve earned three national championships and are training for a fourth. Winning is in Hop’s blood, literally. “He has both a father and grandfather that are national champions so he was kind of bred for the sport. And I know his breeder, who’s one of […]

  • Welcome to Sumner, the Rhubarb Capital of the World

    SUMNER, Wash. – When you think of rhubarb, you might equate it with pie. But it’s more than just a pie-filling in the Sumner community, also known as the “Rhubarb Capital of the World.” “We celebrate it! I don’t know of anyone who celebrates it as much as we do,” explained Suzanne Kipfer, the Sumner Downtown Promotion Association president. The association hosts its annual Rhubarb Days every July, featuring a rhubarb bake-off, rhubarb racing and, of course, a rhubarb pie-eating […]

  • Former football player inspires youth to be more than just an athlete

    Seatac, Wash., – Vince Lombardi once said, “It’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get up.” This story isn’t about the greatest coach in football history. It’s really not even about football at all. It’s about a man who got knocked down and instead of being bitter about it, got back up and is teaching kids how to do the same. Past the drills and behind the smiles, Diandre Campbell is using his failure to help kids […]

  • Woman earns a degree, then opens a business that has nothing to do with it

    SEATTLE – Work hard, earn a college degree, then realize the career you thought you wanted wasn’t what you wanted at all. That story isn’t unheard of, so when it happened to Kim Kogane, she decided to turn her side hustle into a business. While working at a call center in order to save up for her own store, then 24-year-old Kogane had no formal training, but what she lacked for in experience she made up for in passion. In […]

  • Preparations underway for this weekend’s Pride parade

    SEATTLE – As Pride month comes to an end the party is just beginning. This weekend will be filled with celebrations and festivities including at Motif Seattle in the heart of downtown. The only place to offer an outdoor patio overlooking Sunday’s parade route is bound to attract plenty of spectators. Sunday morning the hotel is offering a specialty menu from 10a – 2p with a portion of the day’s proceeds going to the Greater Seattle Business Association Scholarship Program. […]

  • Tacoma tempts taste buds with free weekend event

    Tacoma, Wash., – This weekend’s Taste of Tacoma is being called the “ultimate summer get together.” Point Defiance Park plays host to over 200 food and specialty vendors with over 70 live bands and entertainment. As if that’s not enough to keep everyone busy, watch chefs compete in cook-off battles, taste beer & wine samples and enjoy the Funtastic Carnival. The 33rd annual Taste of Tacoma event runs through Sunday, June 23rd and includes free admission. Watch our sneak peek […]

  • Locals encouraged to help stop the growth of 80,000-ton plastic island

    SEATTLE – The American Sailing Association is conducting “Operation Plastic Pollution Purge” encouraging everyone to take part in the initiative set out to keep our waters clean. According to the ASA, the plastic problem is growing at such a rapid pace it’s the equivalent of dumping one New York City garbage truck full of plastic into the ocean every minute of every day. Helping is as simple as picking up plastic garbage found on the shore or floating in the […]

  • “Eat Seattle” offers more than just a tasty meal

    SEATTLE – A group of chefs have come together to show parts of Pike Place Market on a special guided tour highlighting one of the cities most iconic places. Chef Liz Philpot, founder of Eat Seattle, aims to do more than just serve a tasty meal. She’s built a business that teaches locals and tourists alike how the Great Northwest can support its economy and ecosystems all while enjoying real food. A variety of experiences are offered from food tours, […]

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