Behymer also plays for Cardinals
Kara Staggs of Okanogan is tearing up the basketball ranks while playing for North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene.
Highlight includes 1999 state crown
Longtime Okanogan coach Denny Neely announced last week he is retiring from coaching as of today.
We will have to temper reactions when it arrives
In 1995 David Alt and Donald Hyndman published a book called “Northwest Exposures.” A fat (442 pages) book, it was a physical and historical geologic history of the Northwest states, including scraps of Montana and California and, once, I think, a piece of Utah along with Washington, Idaho and part of British Columbia.
More than a year ago, I stood in a long line to see “The Hunger Games” on opening night. This past weekend, I was surprised to be one of very few people arriving early to see “Catching Fire,” the next installment of the series written by Suzanne Collins.
This is the time of year where Americans count their blessings and acknowledge all the people, places and things they’re thankful for. It would seem a daunting task to most, but every year there’s some guy who tries to list all the things he’s truly thankful for.
I like bacon, but I can’t say I’m obsessed with it.
Seattle publishes sophomore’s story
I was roaming the web when I noticed that Sam Thomsen, a sophomore at Liberty Bell High School, wrote a guest column for The Seattle Times. Thomsen’s column was titled “Crazy? Why the Mariners should sign Robinson Cano now.”
Rich Fewkes writes about his friends
Anyone who’s been around rodeo or listened to Tonasket car commercials on the radio the last few decades knows the homey and distinct voice of Rich Fewkes.
Family dog once stopped a child from being hit by a moving vehicle
It is difficult to impossible to know how much animals perceive of our wishes and our circumstances. But it happens, and sometimes with startling results.
Are you one of those people who takes selfies and posts them to your Web page or Facebook? Do you use your cellphone to photograph your children and upload images for friends, family and others to see?
I’m sure many people in Okanogan and Ferry counties are keeping an eye on statewide election results as the remaining close races are determined.
Kennedy death leaves many with a range of emotions
“Where were you when Kennedy was shot?” Everyone who’s in their mid-50s or older immediately knows the answer to that question.
Macen McLean to play at Pateros
Chandler Smith of Brewster signed a letter of intent Monday to play for the University of Nebraska women’s basketball team.
Fish tales flap at monthly meeting
It seems fish stories get more and more unbelievable as the years pass. Take Russian President Vladimir Putin, who this summer caught a record-setting pike in a remote Siberian region.
Lab technicians show heroism in battling disease
The other day, while I was at my clinic (for something else), I was offered flu and pneumonia shots and accepted. In my family, pneumonia is a word that commands attention. My grandmother died of it when in her 30s, leaving, in addition to her husband, three children, the oldest of whom was 9.