If visiting teams do well in National Football League contests this week, The Daily World Pro Football Forecasting Contest panel is in trouble.
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KANSAS CITY – Major League Baseball and Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig have named the Seattle Mariners as the 2014 recipient of the Commissioner’s Award for Philanthropic Excellence, it was announced today at the MLB Owners Meetings in Kansas City.
Bighill completes season with B.C. Lions
A full turnover of the roster and coaching staff will give the Grays Harbor College women’s basketball team a new look and style for the 2014-15 season.
STILLWATER, Okla. — Former Aberdeen High School distance-running standout Poli Baltazar has signed track and cross country letters of intent with Oklahoma State University, his former Bobcat coach Sherrie Green reported this week.
An appearance at the Tacoma Dome will be the goal for three Twin Harbors football teams facing state quarterfinal contests today.
There are four main populations of Fox Sparrow in North America; ours is known as the “Sooty” or Pacific Fox Sparrow, and is definitely a winter resident. I know I have said this before for many other birds, but this too is one of my local favorites. Their chicken-like scratching around the undergrowth along the edges of my yard is amusing to watch, as are their skirmishes with others of both their own species, and other bird species that share the space. This photo was taken by Doug Schurman, and demonstrates their beautiful Pacific Northwest coloring.
The tide of fishing generally turns by this weekend or what is commonly marked as the Thanksgiving weekend on our calendar. The shift begins to take place from salmon pursuits to steelheads interests. Anglers can begin to see and expect steelhead to start showing in larger numbers.
Longtime Aberdeen hunter Chuck Laier made good on what was literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when he bagged a Shiras moose last month in Northeast Washington.
OAKLAND — It has been a long 368 days for Oakland, but there was finally joy at the Black Hole on Thursday night.
The Grays Harbor College men are hoping additional speed will provide a quicker route to the NWAC basketball playoffs.
The opening weekend of the state football playoffs certainly was a feast for those who enjoy offense, as well as those who like blowouts, too.
North Beach, Raymond and Twin Valley guaranteed themselves another week of football practice and a state playoff game with wins in the their respective openers last weekend.