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A GRIP ON SPORTS • In the eighth-inning break last night, I began to think the M’s just could be all right. After all, they had received a great start from James Paxton, had rallied to take a 4-2 lead and were turning the game over to the bullpen. Hope was springing. Read on.
PUBLIC LANDS -- The movement to transfer control of federal lands to the states is hitting a roadblock in some states. Sportsmen's groups get some of the credit for standing up to this greedy land grab. Montana governor vetoes federal lands study bill On Monday,...
Republican activists in Southeast Washington could choose Wednesday night from among as many as 10 possible candidates to nominate three replacements for former Rep. Susan Fagan.
She resigned last Friday amid an ethics investigation into allegedly padded expense accounts but will have state-supported health insurance for the rest of May.
My column last Sunday told the story of Joanne Martin, a Medical Lake woman who received a 10-cent check as her settlement from a huge class-action lawsuit against mega-wireless carrier Sprint.
Sure. That predicament was entertaining.
But some readers were more intrigued by my affection for the killer coffeecake that Joanne served me as we sat arou