Sandi and Dale Casebolt open their home to unwanted animals. As human beings, we search far and wide for unconditional love and acceptance. Many of us go a lifetime and may never find it. We may not measure up to those around us; or, those around us … [Read More...]
We’ve done our homework. All year long, the Venue Magazine has had eyes and ears focused on great performances, creative presentations of the arts, exciting entertainment in our region and note-worthy area businesses that stand out to exceptionally … [Read More...]
MLHS offers a successful college preparatory program.
I was excited when my 10th grade daughter joined AVID at the Moses Lake High School. At the time, I had no idea how phenomenal the program is for our students and their future. I now know and … [Read More...]
Big Bend Community College members conduct community service project. Members of the TRiO/Students Supporting Students Club and staff members at Big Bend Community College conducted a community-service project November 21 at the Community Services of … [Read More...]
Harry and Ethel Smith and their brood showed up. Harry was Mom’s baby brother, tall and fit and rakishly handsome with black hair and a grin that revealed strong white teeth. Ethel was short, always happy, and usually smiling despite the turmoil … [Read More...]
At the age of 13, Dirk fell in love with the game of golf. Having a family home on the 14th green of the Championship Course in Vale do Lobo, Portugal, Delfortrie spent hours putting and chipping, igniting the passion to become a PGA professional. … [Read More...]
While I had my topic all picked out for this month’s column, it just went out the window. I had an epiphany! That’s a pretty big word for someone who has been up since 4 am. Anyway as I sit here on this Boeing 767, somewhere over what Jason Aldean would call the flyover states, [...]