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Rescued poodle Maddie unleashes kindness, love

Kindness can show up in the most unexpected way: a coffee drink paid anonymously in the drive-thru lane, a greeting card for no other reason than to lift one’s heart, a task shouldered by a friend when life seems weary. But imagine kindness arriving with a wagging pink tail.

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Light Notes: Thriftway buyer might be heaven sent

In the late 1970s, Thriftway grocery store owners Jack and Shirley Barker of Pasco felt impressed by God to sell their thriving Yakima business. Keeping the thought to themselves, they waited for God to send someone. Would a buyer come shopping where no “For Sale” exists?

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IHOP ‘flips’ for California firefighters

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection group passed through the Tri-Cities on its way to the Northwest fires. But when the firefighters stopped at a Kennewick restaurant for breakfast, they got more than a “bottomless” cup of coffee.

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FRESNO: Double-decker bike rider helps kick off Fresno's Bike Month

Fresno's Tea Gonzales of Pedal Junkies -- using a double-decker bike -- was one of about 125 people who participated in the 15th annual Mall2Mall Bike Ride, which started at Manchester mall and ended at Mariposa Mall near City Hall on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Fresno.
Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
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