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  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    Bench Winston As the sorry saga of the “student athlete,” Jameis Winston, continues at Florida State, I think it is way past time for someone in authority at that university …


  • Give and take: Sunday letter

    Indian Canyon local jewel I agree with Patrick Hurley’s letter 100 percent (Indian Canyon Needs Renovation, July 27). The city does not know what an economic jewel they have. On …


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    Time to ban ‘R’ word Finally, the topic of the NFL team name, which owner Daniel Snyder refuses to change, is being seen by the national news media as not …


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    Coach deserves better High school coaches in Spokane have only one-year contracts. Failure to be offered a new contract has happened in the past, but I have never seen another …


  • Give and Take: Father’s Day letters

    We asked for sports memories of your father and you responded. What follows is a select few condensed letters from readers. For all the father’s day stories, go to SportsLink …


  • Give and take: Sunday letter

    For years prior to the kill of 2007, I fished Sprague Lake on a weekly basis. Recently, I took my first trip since then. Wind was at gale-force, so I …


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    Arizona fan still roots for Zags For the past 15 years, I’ve had two favorite college basketball teams: the Arizona Wildcats and the Gonzaga Bulldogs.


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    Keep coaches until contract over Holy Buckets, not again! WSU will gift another failed coach with a million-seven, that’s $1,700,000, to NOT be head coach of the Cougars basketball team. …


  • Give and take: Sunday letters

    Good year for Few Has anyone noticed that the “bad loss” to Wichita State in last year’s NCAA tourney isn’t looking so bad? That team has one loss since, to …


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    OK with GU noise When I read the letter (March 2) from Leonard Butters regarding the “Zag noise harmful”, I was amazed.


  • Give and Take: Sunday letters

    GU leaves alums out Gonzaga’s legendary football teams (1921 to 1941) played where Foley Library stands today. Similarly, Zagmania began in lowly Martin Center (formerly the Kennedy Pavilion) when the …

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