Memorial Day is Monday and, while it is a time to honor and remember those who have died in service, it has also become another guise for scam artists to take from people who are currently serving or have served our nation -- especially elderly veterans.
As we pause to give thanks, take inventory of our lives and count our blessings this Thanksgiving holiday, it's always appropriate to be aware of those around us who might be suffering or do not have their most beloved around any more.
Memorial Day is coming this Monday and, while it is a time to honor those who serve and remember those who have died in war, it has also become another guise for scam artists to take from people who are serving or have served their nation -- especially elderly veterans.
I am proud to be an American! I love that I can choose to do and be whatever I want to be. We are free, do in large part to our amazing United States Military! This Christmas Light show medley is amazing!
Sunday night's Seahawks game, televised nationally, was ultimately a letdown for fans in the Northwest, considering the outcome: a 39-32 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. One bright spot occurred before the opening kickoff that Yakima Valley residents should be proud of, however.
Veterans Day is, obviously, today, but, more importantly, it's about remembering those who served. Many are no longer with us. I'd like to share a couple of men whom I will especially be thinking of. In fact, they are the men who put the "E" in Todd E. Lyons.
Townsquare Media wants to say thank you to the enlisted men and women -- and their families -- of the Yakima Valley who sacrifice so much for all of us every day. That's why we've launched “Townsquare Cares for Military Families.” Here’s how it works -- and how you can help: Townsquare Cares is a non…