Posted by Lucy Luginbill on September 14, 2014
Hopeless by anyones standards: Three felonies, hooked on meth, countless hours of jail time and enough mug shots to wallpaper one of her kids bedroom door.
With a rap sheet that reads like a hardened criminal, Alisha hit bottom in life at thirty. But her impassioned cry for help after 14 years of methamphetamine addiction didnt go unnoticed.
Who heard her and changed her life is the last page in this story.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 31, 2014
Near the river in Paterson, a garden grows with myriad flowers. It was planted when Teresa Engbretson had an idea that blossomed in ways she never imagined.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 24, 2014
When Jori Perrins began her running career at Kamiakin High School, she never dreamed she would leave a legacy for runners and walkers. The college-bound young woman shares her trail maps and her ‘secret’ to being the best you can be.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 10, 2014
The legal immigrants arrived in the U.S. from Moldova with hope and very little else. Today the Pasco entrepreneurs believe America is still the land of opportunity.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on August 3, 2014
After her grandma died, pennies began to turn up in the same spot in this Richland resident’s home. Each one brought back memories of a final promise.