Oscar Roloff: Yukio Ozaki article elicits response
Not long ago, I wrote an article with a photo that appeared in the Woodinville Weekly, telling the story of the now-deceased venerable Yukio Ozaki when he was mayor of Tokyo, Japan.
Grocery expert reveals secrets
Last week, Duvall viewers of the talk show Donohue saw a familiar face, if not a familiar name, onstage. Using the pen name George T. Jacobson, the Duvall resident was taking part in a discussion on the rights and responsibilities of consumers.
Acting bug hits Northshore seniors
When Jonathon Reis was a college student, he never pictured himself working with seniors and stroke victims. But although his dream was, and still is, acting, there are a lot of seniors and disabled people for whom he has made a big difference.
Star Trek convention hosts 'Q' as special guest
Star Trek enthusiasts from around the Northwest convened in Everett Feb. 24-25 to hear speaker John de Lancie, a frequent guest on Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he played Q, an omnipotent troublemaker.
Ponies and 4-H club combine for donation
Win Hogben of the Northshore Multi-Service Center recently accepted a check for $500 from Classic Equestrian 4-H Club members.