ALGER — For a few laps, it looked as if Donny Schatz’ dominant run in the World of Outlaws series might end at Skagit Speedway.
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Sand second in junior tourney
WISHKAH — The power of a two-school combine is to preserve and keep programs struggling to field teams afloat. This is especially true for the Twin Valley combine of Wishkah and Lake Quinault high schools.
The sun is setting earlier and the leaves are beginning to turn color – signs of another change of season. Fall is in the air, and hunters are heading out for the first major hunting seasons of the year.
MONTESANO — As it developed, the eighth annual Montesano Football Jamboree was dominated by non-Harbor teams.
Even by eight-man football standards, Taholah has been involved in some free-scoring affairs over the past few years.
Salmon fishing inland waters is becoming the topic of conversation with anglers as of late. The best news is yet to come with the opening of several of our local rivers in the near future.
There are two times of the year that really shine for birders, spring for the return of birds we have longed to see over the winter months and fall when the birds that have been up north on their breeding territories straggle through on their way south to overwinter somewhere a bit warmer.
OAKLAND, Calif. — With Seattle’s starters mostly making only a token cameo appearance in the final exhibition game, the Seahawks were often unrecognizable Thursday night in Oakland.
SEATTLE — Offense came easy Thursday night as Washington State and Rutgers opened their 2014 football seasons at CenturyLink Field.
ELMA — It has become tradition to celebrate Monday Night Outlaws on Labor Day night at Grays Harbor Raceway and this Monday is no exception.
Sand stands second in junior golf tourney
WESTPORT — Ocosta’s second-year head coach Brad Kesterson won’t deny that his team is still rebuilding, but the Wildcats feel good about their chances this season.