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Seahawks Are Reportedly Signing Veteran Wide Receiver

The Seattle Seahawks are reportedly adding some depth to their wide receivers unit. According to a report on Sunday night, the Seahawks are signing veteran wide receiver Marquise Goodwin. Goodwin, a speedy wide receiver and special teams returner, spent last season in Chicago. Mike Dugar first reported the news. "The...
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Mariners and Athletics meet to decide series winner

LINE: Mariners -165, Athletics +142; over/under is 7 1/2 runs. BOTTOM LINE: Both the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland Athletics are looking for a series win with a victory on Wednesday. Seattle has a 10-8 record at home and an 18-26 record overall. The Mariners have a 14-9 record in...
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NFC Rumors: Jenkins, Eagles, Seahawks, Rams

Offensive lineman Teven Jenkins was taken in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft last year by the Chicago Bears, but only got a small portion of his rookie season to earn a spot on the line. Well, according to Adam Jahns of The Athletic, the new Bears’ staff is giving him the best chance, alongside fellow 2021 Draft pick Larry Borom, to start at right or left tackle.

Seahawks news for Sunday includes a QB getting released

In Seattle Seahawks news you have missed from the past week, Seattle decided to move on from a quarterback they recently signed. While NFL news never seems to stop, it might ramp up a bit this week for Seattle as voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) begin this week. There won’t be much on-field action – no one is getting tackled – but just having players in the building should have some nuggets of information.

Rantz: Terrifying Pike Place Market road rage, hammer assault video released

Cell phone video from a terrifying Pike Place Market road rage incident shows the chaos that ensued on Easter Sunday last month. The incident allegedly started when two drivers got into an argument while trying to turn onto Pike Street. Both drivers, one 32-years-old and the other 45-years-old, got out of their cars during the altercation that prosecutors say turned into a fight. It was during this incident when 54-year-old Timothy Davis Stephenson allegedly got involved.

Mount Si High School principal says farewell after 11 years

On his first day as principal at Mount Si High School, while walking out to watch the school’s football team during summer practice, John Belcher was surprised to learn the team had 30 assistant coaches. For Belcher, coming from his previous gig as principal at Omak High School in...
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Mariners lose to the A’s, 7-5, which is fine, actually

The other day I was in a small fender bender with another car at the gas station. I was immediately frustrated; I had been distracted in the moment by forces beyond my control, didn’t do a full re-sweep behind me after the distraction, and bumped into a car that had, unbeknownst to me, drawn up into my blind spot in the interim, waiting for a spot at one of the pumps to open. Immediately, I was livid; it was the latest frustration in what had been an exhausting, frustrating day, and this felt like the last straw. You know in Inside Out, when Anger’s head lights on fire? That’s what it felt like.

Molalla riders shine at state

A state title, two other top-three places highlight a good state meet performance by Indians in RedmondThere were good performances and plenty of success for the Molalla High School equestrian team during the state championships in Redmond May 13-17. Highlighting the action was a state championship for the Indians' Canadian Flag Race team of Brooke King, Ashley Laplante, Eliana Humphrey and Emma King. But that wasn't the only highlight. The team's Freestyle 5+ squad of Brooke King, Brooklyn Nagle, Taylor Berreth, Ashley Laplante, Kianna Fox, Kamryn Linder and Emma King finished second in state, while Ashley Laplante and Emma King...

Agenda - May 26, 2022 Kirkland City Council Special Meeting

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