FORT WORTH, Texas – Long blessed by Catholics as a “healthful drink for mankind,” beer has been taken to new heights by one Texas priest, who has won the highest award in the United States for home-brewed beverages.
KIRKLAND – A $125,000 donation from the New Bethlehem Project means homeless families on the Eastside can stay in an overnight shelter during the summer and early fall for the first time.
WASHINGTON - Two decades since the publication of its first book, the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling continues to draw countless readers into its pages, gaining ground among some faithful initially put off by the much-debated themes of magic and witchcraft.
DUVALL – Barbara Orr spent hours planting more than 100 petunias in her adopted garden at Holy Innocents Parish, hoping the colorful flowers will bring peace to families who have lost children.
TACOMA – This is a story of triumph, a story about people working through a financial crisis and making the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Tacoma-Pierce strong again.
EVERETT – A fifth-grader at St. Mary Magdalen School was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for her work to promote and protect bees and other pollinators in her community.