Mental Health Mondays: Just Dial 988: New Mental Health Hotline starts Saturday.

Washington State by: Vincent Saglimbeni LACEY, Wash. — Callers in crisis will soon be able to reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline by just dialing “988.” The new Federal Communications Commission Crisis Line will go into effect Saturday, July 16. 988 will connect people to the national network associated with each caller’s local crisis center,Continue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Just Dial 988: New Mental Health Hotline starts Saturday.”

Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State

WASHINGTON Explore a state that expertly blends urban and outdoor experiences. These five destinations showcase Washington at its most spectacular. Whether you plan on hitting the trail or the tasting room, Washington overwhelms the senses. Greater Seattle When the UFO-shaped Space Needle was first built above Seattle in the early 1960s, the designers pointed towardContinue reading “Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State”

Travel Thursday: The Abandoned Nuclear Power Plant In Washington Is One Of The Eeriest Places In America-Washington State

by Jessica Wick There’s no denying that Washington has some spooky abandoned spots. From our numerous ghost towns to our old abandoned buildings, it’s easy to let your imagination run wild when you’re driving through the Evergreen State. But did you know that there’s an abandoned nuclear power plant here that was set to be theContinue reading “Travel Thursday: The Abandoned Nuclear Power Plant In Washington Is One Of The Eeriest Places In America-Washington State”

Small-town Puget Sound has a North Idaho Feel

by Tyler Wilson Some folks around these parts don’t like being compared to the people over on the westside of Washington. Something about deep blue vs. deep red, and, look, I don’t want to get into a primary color debate here, but it seems to me that poor yellow gets ignored entirely. This humble NeighborhoodContinue reading “Small-town Puget Sound has a North Idaho Feel”