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Gonzaga’s Kraziness in the Kennel scrimmage – often ragged but packed with numerous examples of the team’s considerable potential – had just finished when coach Mark Few noticed his players milling around on the court. He reminded them of the Zags’ post-practice/game tradition of huddling at center court and acknowledging the fans, in this case the 6,000-plus Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The former Gonzaga star jogs between five courts Monday at the HUB Sports Center to check on 122 youngsters at his third annual skills camp, leaning over to high-five one kid who barely comes up to his waist.
Shekinna Stricklen made the most of her All-Star weekend, winning the 3-point contest. The Connecticut Sun forward scored 23 points in the final round to edge hometown favorite Kayla McBride by a point.
Saints campers are going through intense drills to try and focus on fundamentals. The Carroll College skills camp is the biggest girls basketball camp in the state of Montana.
Families play a major role in kindergarten readiness far ahead of school’s first day. Beginning this month, parents of kids ages 4 and 5 are prepping registration forms for next fall. But educators say it’s also prime time at home to help kids build more language, math and emotional-social skills.
Memory and thinking skills naturally slow with age but now scientists are peeking inside living brains to tell if depression might worsen that decline – and finding some worrisome clues.
Samoana “Sam” Matagi, 42, is known on YouTube as the “No-Handed Bandit,” a moniker he bestowed on himself. Since he lost his hands in an accident, he has made dozens of how-to videos, entertaining step-by-step tutorials showing amputees across the globe how to tie a necktie, brush their teeth, drive a car or go rock-climbing.
School is officially in session. And while kids are constantly learning new skills in the classroom, there are a few tried and true talents we shouldn’t let fall by the wayside. Here are some life skills worth keeping around – no matter how old school they may seem.
When McKenzie Budrow arrived at the state SkillsUSA diesel competition in Yakima last month the only bathroom she could find in the vehicle workshop was for men.
Alarmed by the proliferation of false content online, state lawmakers around the country are pushing schools to put more emphasis on teaching students how to tell fact from fiction.
The remodel of the 67,000-square-foot building, 305 W. Kathleen Ave., will include renovation of the bakery, deli, pharmacy, and meat and fish area, and add a mezzanine with a dining area.
A new soul food restaurant providing life skills and job training for teenagers will begin $120,000 in interior remodel work, according to permits issued by the city of Spokane.
Studies show that skilled immigrants increase productivity, create jobs and spark entrepreneurship.
A small group of Aberdeen High School students studying advanced construction are busy building their entry for a statewide competition later this month in Olympia: A tiny homeless shelter. The event is the state’s first Career and Technical Education Showcase of Skills Homeless Shelter Project. The competition on March 27 will occur within walking distance of the State Legislature. It’s purpose is to serve as a demonstration that allows state lawmakers and the media an opportunity to learn about the importance of CTE programs.
Big Mike Smith and little Ryker Kesler stole the show at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition.
OUTDOOR SKILLS -- Time's running out for getting this season's firewood supply cut, split and stacked for winter use. If you're behind at this point, it's good to have a pal with the skills of local outdoorsman Ed Cairns. Check out this brief video showing...
A Montana judge has created a public access point to the Ruby River after a 12-year fight by an out-of-state landowner to block people from getting to the waterway where it flows through his property.
President Barack Obama said Saturday he’ll ask Congress for billions of dollars to help students learn computer science skills and prepare for jobs in a changing economy.