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At this point of his career, and moving on to his fifth different team after signing with the Seattle Seahawks, the last thing Kerry Hyder Jr. can afford to have happen is another major setback.
More than 200 children decorated Easter eggs for The Spokesman-Review's spring coloring contest. The judges could tell that many of the young artists were excited about spring.
SEATTLE — Seattle Sounders forward Raul Ruidiaz, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday while with his Peruvian national team, could be available for selection for the club’s Oct. 27 match vs. Vancouver.
The issue of Native American mascots and imagery in sports was thrust into the headlines again over the summer when the Washington, D.C., NFL team decided to change the name of its team from a dictionary-defined slang term and removed all Native American terms and imagery from its branding.
SEATTLE – It’s the kind of statement Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has made often about Russell Wilson.
K.J. Wright might be one of the biggest surprises in Seattle’s starting lineup for Sunday’s opener against Atlanta, which is saying something considering he’s currently the longest-tenured Seahawks player and about to begin his 10th NFL season.
RENTON, Wash. – While football was the primary focus of their offseason workouts, DK Metcalf picked up a new skill during his time hanging out with Russell Wilson.
If not an insult, it was at least an indignity – not that Pete Carroll would necessarily cop to personalizing it in such a way.
The Mariners ended up making four trades before the trade deadline but the most notable was the seven-player deal with San Diego that landed Seattle four players with the potential to contribute to the team's rebuilding plans.
SEATTLE – It’s not fair to Kyle Lewis to make the comparison directly, but he plays baseball with such a casual easiness – and with such soothing joy – that it’s hard not to remind one at least a little bit of a certain Hall of Fame center fielder who starred in Seattle in the 1990s.
Just like everyone else who is a Seahawks player, coach or fan, Brian Schottenheimer wishes the team didn’t have to climb out of as many first-half holes to win games as it did a year ago.
The franchise is the same, but there aren’t many other similarities between Benson Mayowa’s first year in the NFL and his eighth.
SEATTLE – As he walked through a hallway in Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium last Oct. 13 and toward a bus waiting to take the Seahawks back to Seattle, Will Dissly stopped to acknowledge the well wishes of a bystander.
Beeswax wraps have become one of the most popular and possibly cutest ways to reduce plastic usage at homes.
Store-bought salad dressings are the go-to for anyone on a mission to make a quick meal or side dish, but they aren’t always the highest quality and are hardly the most affordable option.
It doesn’t take much before cooking gadgets and utensils overtake your countertop, especially if your kitchen lacks an abundance of cabinet space. Consider these ideas for freeing up a little space and adding more organizational flow to your kitchen.
Watermelon is in peak season right now in the Inland Northwest. Don’t let the season go by without getting your fix. Here are some ideas on how to enjoy all things watermelon this summer.
Being home all the time sure is a great way for the project to-do list to slowly drive you crazy. From weeding to renovations, here are a few weekend projects to chip away at all your home improvement dreams.
It seems a little counterintuitive to cook up a warm meal after you’ve spent all day trying to cool yourself and your home down, but alas dinner must be made. In the pandemic era, cooking from home became a trend born of necessity.
During times of political strife people look to thinkers, leaders, helpers and especially artists. Not only do artists capture and expressively reflect ideas of the time, but they can offer humanity, guidance and healing. Here are a few poets to look for inspiration, catharsis and restoration during these times.