GRAYLAND — The nation’s and world’s best watercraft freeriders will travel up to Grayland to take part in the annual Grayland Open on Aug. 7-9.
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A large group of Grays Harbor athletes brought home medals during the recent Washington State Senior Games in Olympia.
SEATTLE — It’s during the tedious and overwrought week to 10 days before the non-waiver trade deadline where exaggeration and overstatement can be prevalent.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell denied New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s appeal of his four-game suspension for his alleged involvement in the Deflategate scandal, the league announced Tuesday.
Kleins win couples golf title
TACOMA — How bizarre was the Tacoma Rainiers’ 11-10 victory over the visiting Fresno Grizzlies on Monday?
Miguel Herrera was fired Tuesday as coach of the Mexican national team, less than two days after leading the squad to the CONCACAF Gold Cup title.
The NFL on Tuesday reduced the suspension of halfback Le’Veon Bell from three games to two, a ban that stemmed from his arrest on marijuana charges last August.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame quietly made up an unnecessary new rule a few years ago involving its annual induction ceremony, and is now using that dumb “policy” to prevent the family of the late Junior Seau from speaking on his behalf.
NEW YORK — Jenrry Mejia claimed earlier this season he did not know how he tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug that resulted in an 80-game suspension.
ELMA — A fit of summer rain turned a two-day Shipwreck Beads Northwest Modified Nationals into a one-night sprint at Grays Harbor Raceway.
SEATTLE — As a kid growing up in Seattle and going to countless games at Safeco Field, Jake Lamb dreamed of being a hero in a variety of situations, like driving in a game-winning run in extra innings. His memories of Ken Griffey Jr. and Jay Buhner playing that hero are embedded in his mind.
Junior golf camp planned at Ocean Shores