Gone are the goats and cows. So, too, the sheep, pigs and roosters.
A modern western movie hums in the background and two pint-sized pups bounce and bark as Kc Field cuts a young customer’s hair into a mohawk on a recent sunny morning. Trucker caps line the ceiling of Field’s small barbershop, with a faux buck hanging on a nearby wall.
Looking beyond the shelves of protein crisps and performance powder at Freedom Training Center, there’s a real story of hope, resilience and courage that plays out daily on the weight floor.
With a family and farm to take care of and college classwork waiting for her, Rachael Heinrich said waking before dawn to have cinnamon rolls ready for her market stand is sometimes really tough.
TENINO — One may see the name Brother’s Pizza & Brew and think the restaurant name is referring to siblings. In reality, brothers is used in two ways: brothers in arms and the brotherhood among motorcyclists.
ROCHESTER — When Bruce and Ginny Jorry were looking to purchase a piece of rural property to enjoy their retirement years, they noticed a 10-acre hay field on 175th Avenue outside Rochester and thought it’d be a perfect fit.
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Taxidermy is a learning game — you have to make mistakes, consider new ideas and work them out in order to garner a reputation within the field.