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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Bull rider moves up PRCA standings

Proctor comes in second in average at Cheyene Frontier Days Rodeo

POINT OF THEW: Fed up with off-the-record slamming

I probably don’t have to tell you that we live in a day and age when people who voted for the loser in 2016 (Hillary) think that they have the right to call the people who didn’t every name in the book.

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Bring back our SuperSonics

Seattle remains on NBA’s short list of favorite cities in which to expand

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: August signups are planned for flag football

Pinochle players hit on 1,500 in clubs

POINT OF THEW: Ticket prices sure don’t make sense

Last weekend had my head spinning.

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Coaches bleed school colors

Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda knew how to motivate

VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Good eats this Fourth!

Remembering many great times

POINT OF THEW: Oh, 30 percent of readers won’t agree

The headline above isn’t referring to election numbers. I’m talking about poll numbers.

NO LEFTOVERS: A really smoky weekend

After a couple attempts to try smoker-style cooking in my indirect propane grill and a barrel drum camp cooker, I bit the bullet and picked up a real deal smoker.

POINT OF THEW: Another test for the state Supremes

I seriously don’t understand how Washington can be a blue state. Even with the huge population of sheep in King and Pierce counties, you would think that moderates and conservatives would be able to get together to put a stop to the stupidity in Olympia and Seattle.

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Houtz returns home

Pioneer praises past coaches who helped him succeed

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CENTER STAGE: Wauconda Hall plans celebration

Long before the Internet and modern technology ruled our daily lives, gathering with friends and neighbors was the thing to do for weekend entertainment. A small taste of the way it was is planned this weekend in Wauconda.

EXPLORING THE OKANOGAN: Opportunity accepted

When my friend Marsha was ready for advanced training, she chose bookkeeping and finished a year of the training.

EXPLORING THE OKANOGAN: Baby on doorstep brings back memories

Probably the most exciting thing that ever hit our neighborhood was the incident of the newborn baby left on a neighbor’s doorstep.