Disasters can strike at any time, and being prepared is important for whatever emergency may happen in the Puget Sound.
The Cambodian war had broken out and he did what many others had done. He fled. Days and nights were difficult, food was scarce, and even the water he
Recent information from the Seattle Times’ analysis of 2010 Census data indicates that the number of minorities has quickly
What is a mother to do? I’m a single parent raising two daughters who have severe asthma and eczema, which require ongoing medical attention.
I have been very reluctant to get in on the Tiger mom craze, as parenting is not really a topic I am interested in.
As residents of Seattle and nearby areas, we enjoy many pleasant parks with a variety of features such as hiking trails, rose gardens
an the International Community Health Services (ICHS) survive a 50 percent budget cut? That’s the question a lot of community folks are wondering about
I was one of the honorees at the Northwest Asian Weekly Dinner on Dec. 3. The event was held at the House of Hong Restaurant in the International District (ID).
Washington state faces a $4.8 billion budget deficit, and our community cannot afford to sit on the sidelines. We must engage friends, families,
For decades, the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community in Washington state has fought for equality and civil rights and