For the title of my never-to-be-published autobiography, I’d choose a remark made by former Daily World City Editor Bill Lindstrom.
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Some questions to chew on over Thanksgiving turkey:
Few readers would expect a book on the development of football’s spread offense to contain many references to Grays Harbor.
Even without seeing a minute of action last Saturday night, Ronnie Espedal could take comfort in playing at least a small role in Washington’s 42-17 football victory over California.
In the mid-1960s, after my father received a raise in his job as a buyer at Seattle’s Frederick &Nelson department store, my parents splurged to buy season tickets to University of Washington football games.
With rare exceptions, journalists don’t make a significant impact in their community.
Even in answering an unrelated question, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate may have best summed up Sunday’s victory over the Tennessee Titans.
Eric Wedge may have been a scapegoat for the Seattle Mariners’ ills this past season.