Posted by Lucy Luginbill on July 20, 2014
The temperature was 102 and climbing. Against the scorching asphalt and storefront concrete it could easily be even hotter.
As my car swung into the grocery parking lot on Tuesday, I hoped to find shade directly in front of the store, my usual area to park. But then a nudge what I call a heavenly whisper had me turning the opposite direction.
Maybe theres a blessing ahead, I thought as I circled the aisles at the far end of Kennewicks Fred Meyer, my eyes searching for shade.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on July 13, 2014
Charles Kahlenberg, new to the Tri-Cities, remembers how the family business was his predictable future. But the creative arts continued to nudge him to a different calling, one that would bring him face-to-face with big name film and television stars.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on July 6, 2014
Joe Fisher, recently of Richland, stumbles across money like most folks trip on a crack in the sidewalk even when they’re looking. This former Boy Scout leader is not. But what he does with the found money is surprising.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on June 29, 2014
Jason Vorpagel was only 19-years old when an accident brought a life of misery. Within days of his 21st birthday, he decided to “call it quits” only to find darkness and a different kind of pain.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on June 22, 2014
Diana Seuell of Pasco remembers the exact moment she spied the hummingbird hovering directly in front of her. How her experience gave wings to her heavy grief seems heaven-sent.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on June 15, 2014
When Candace Monasmith of Richland went out for a morning walk, little did she know her loyal English Springer Spaniel would save the day.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on June 8, 2014
Disrespectful kids, food fights, and students skipping class were only a few of the items on the new assistant principal's plate. But when Helen Nash arrived she served up her own special brand of discipline.