Liam Bradford joined The Spokesman-Review in June of 2023 as a summer high school intern as part of the Teen Journalism Institute through a grant from Bank of America. He is a senior at Lakeland High School in Rathdrum, Idaho.
If you have ever wandered the streets of downtown Spokane during the late hours of the night, you may have noticed that there are not many eateries open. Wyatt Campbell, who was until recently the sous chef at Gander and Ryegrass, has created a company that seeks to remedy the late-night munchies.
Often, one of the most challenging stages of an athlete’s career is the transition from battling high school competition to collegiate competition. The talent collegiate athletes possess is typically far more enhanced than what you can expect from a high school standout.
Many athletes work the majority of their childhood to prepare themselves for success in high school football. Some need years of training and experience to compete, but Lakeland High School’s starting placekicker Owen Forsman didn’t grow up playing on the gridiron.
The significant time many teens spend online can play a substantial role in their lives. With the new school year starting, some limitations may need to be set to ensure students maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The first noticeable trait about the 41-year-old Seahawks superfan is a baseball cap and two full sleeves of tattoos; the most interesting of which is a drawing of Julia Child’s recipe for mussels. However, the story of Todd Andrews’ and his restaurant is inspirational for those interested in sobriety.
There has been speculation for years about whether participants of the MLB All-Star Game Home Run Derby are more vulnerable to a decrease in their offensive statistics in the second half of the season.
Playing in baseball’s Midsummer Classic is one of the outstanding achievements in a major league player’s career . Among those over the years who have played in the All-Star Game are two who were born and played youth baseball in Spokane.
With another Hoopfest on the books, organizers of the legendary basketball tournament and other major local events said they’re hopeful the Spokane area is getting back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic.