Did today's Seahawks game, a 25-20 loss to the New Orleans Saints with many questionable calls by the referees, drive you to drink? Or were you already going to down a few beers anyways? Either way, you're not alone.
I am a firm believer that you should not drink and drive. If you drink a lot and you drive, you should get busted. You could kill someone or die yourself. Police randomly put up checkpoints around our area so they can catch drunken drivers.
It is going to be another hot one in Central Washington -- maybe 100 degrees. And the perfect food for a day this hot is watermelon!
So maybe it's no coincidence that Aug. 3 happens to be National Watermelon Day. Either way, I have a few watermelon recipes that'll be perfect -- no matter how you slice it.
Rattlesnake Hills Spring Barrel Tasting is on the way! I love going around to each vineyard and trying new wine. And April 18-19, member vineyards pull down their premium barrels and let us all in on the action!
Finland may have the right idea when it come to scary PSAs. Sure, our PSAs feature real-life victims or using fried eggs to symbolize drugs frying our brain but this PSA out of Finland uses some of the creepiest images you could imagine for a child.
Frightening new data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reveals that in 2009, more than 14,000 people visited hospital emergency room for intentional drug poisoning.
Peter J. Delany, PhD, the director of SAMHSA’s Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality in Rockville, Maryland defines intentional poisoning as an attempt “to harm someone by deliber