Ballard - Features

Mon, 07/31/17

If you would like to obtain some well considered financial advice, contact Sarah Cecil 206-938-6017.

Brought to you by Sarah Cecil Financial Advisor with Edwards Jones Investments.

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Mon, 07/31/17

By Ken Robinson

Managing Editor

In 1955, Mom and Dad took us, four boys, to Disneyland.  Dad rented a 12-foot trailer and hooked it up to our pale green 1951 Chrysler. 

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Mon, 07/31/17

By Pat Cashman

Someone once said---perhaps after drinking heavily---that “the best jobs you will ever have in life are the ones you don’t get paid for.” Maybe so. But try telling that to the bank when your mortgage…MORE

Mon, 07/31/17

By Lindsay Peyton

Answering tough questions is nothing new for former Mayor Mike McGinn– even when the matter at hand is why he would want to take the helm the city once again. 

“I ask myself that question…MORE

Tue, 06/27/17

Marquis Who's Who, the world's premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to name Leif Eie a Lifetime Achiever. An accomplished listee, Mr. Eie celebrates many years' experience in his professional network, and has been noted for…MORE

Wed, 06/14/17

By Lori Ann In recent years, the Seattle-Bergen Sister City Association has built up a sterling reputation for its outstanding musical programs. This year’s annual Grieg Gala at Ballard First Lutheran Church on Sunday, June 18, at 3:00 pm will be…MORE

Thu, 06/08/17

By Peggy Sturdivant “I need to take a break,” I told Ken Robinson, my nominal boss, Co-Publisher and General Manager of what will always be the Ballard News-Tribune to me. “I’ve been doing this for ten years.”

Ten minutes later I was at…MORE

Mon, 06/05/17

By Katy G. Wilkens

Two years ago I planted two tea plants in my suburban Seattle garden, and they have just provided me with my first cup of homegrown tea.

Tea bushes are related to the camellia, which does well in our area too.…MORE

Mon, 06/05/17

By Katy G. Wilkens

Two years ago I planted two tea plants in my suburban Seattle garden, and they have just provided me with my first cup of homegrown tea.

Tea bushes are related to the camellia, which does well in our area too.…MORE

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