Jana Kramer got the boy! Kramer married NFL tight-end Michael Caussin on May 22 at a ceremony at Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyards in Charlottesville, Va. The ceremony took place outside, with the Blue Ridge Mountains serving as the backdrop. Like a lot of brides, Kramer found her wedding inspiration on Pinterest. She went with [...]
CMA Music Festival is any country music fan’s favorite time of the year. For four days straight, Nashville’s streets are flooded with devoted fans, aspiring artists and everyone who’s anyone in the country music industry. The event hosts countless live performances, meet and greets and autograph signings, but any CMA Fest regular knows that the [...]
As the second largest state in our country, the great state of Texas guarantees an adventure for everyone. From giant cowboy statues and multi-genre music festivals to quirky museums and interesting roadside art, every member of the family will be able to find a favorite attraction in the Lone Star State. Big Tex. A 55-foot figure [...]
With my wedding less than a month away, I’m currently in panic/excitement/what-have-I-gotten-myself-into mode. On top of dealing with conflicting emotions, I need to address last-minute details, finalize the guest list and (try to) relax. So, the game plan right now is keep it simple, under-budget and functional, which is easier said than done. My immediate focus [...]
Wenatchee's historic Wells House will benefit from a fundraiser planned for the this weekend.
Chris Bassett with the Wells House Committee invites the community to a tea party this Saturday at the mansion on the grounds of Wenatchee Valley College.
Tickets can be purchased at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center or call 888-4620 to pay by credit card.
The Wells House was built 1909 by a pioneering tree fruit grower Alfred Wells...
Can Washington State's apple industry recover from the losses suffered from the Westcoast seaport labor dispute.
Port operators and the Unions representing dock workers have resolved their problems but the same cannot be said for the tree fruit industry...