Hello there friend. What a beautiful day it is. How are you doing today? In case you missed it, here are some tidbits of news Tom & Ana shared this morning. Our news this week is brought to you by YellowVan Handyman. For only $8,000 YOU can own your own Handyman Franchise. They’ll do all the business stuff. You just get your handy on.
- Starbucks executive brewing up presidential rumors. CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down later this month. The 64-year-old told the New York Times he is considering public service and maybe a run for president in 2020. Schultz began working for Starbucks in 1982 and has helped open 28,000 stores in 77 countries. Full story.
- Two Boy Scouts and two troop leaders are recovering this morning after spending the weekend on Mount Baker. They were rescued after they were separated from their group. They spent the night in a cave where temperatures dropped to 17 degrees. The group had hypothermia. Full story.
- Nearly seventy people have lost their lives in a volcano eruption in Guatemala. There are some amazing pictures as first responders dig through Ash for survivors. It is so hot in some places it is burning their shoes and among the devastation a rescuer was able to pull a baby from the rubble. She was amazingly not hurt. Full story.
- UW women’s softball team in the NCAA finals against Florida State. Winner will be the best out of three. They lost game 1 yesterday with a score of 1 to 0. Game 2 tonight at 5pm. Full story.
- In the quest for the Stanley cup Capitals take a commanding lead. If they win tonight it’ll be the first cup for Capitals in the history of the Stanley cup. Full story.
- A long time Capital’s fan was watching from a special section in the stadium. 90-year-old Grace Cohen has had season tickets since the team started playing in 1974. She received a special gift of watching game 4 from the owner’s box courtesy of the owner himself. Full story.
- Stevens Pass resort has new owners. Vail resorts is going to buy the pass for 67 million dollars. That opens opportunity for Stevens to be a part of Epic Pass with access to 60 resorts around the US, including Whistler Blackcomb. Full Story.