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It's surreal to be writing about one of the last two weeks of the college football regular season. "Damn the wheel of the world, why must you continually turn over?" Leslie Knope said that once in an episode of "Parks and Recreation," but I like to think it applies to our current college football situation. Week 11 was very much the mullet of the season — all business up front when dealing with Playoff teams but a no holds barred party on the back end. Alabama had back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 2012 and is now allowing... [Read More]
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Washington State has a big game looming against rival No. 17 Washington that could determine the Pac-12 North title and extend the No. 8 Cougars' longshot bid for the College Football Playoff. But the Apple Cup is next week. First, there's the matter of Saturday's game against Arizona. "There is nothing more important than Arizona," [Read More]
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Saturday's game against Washington State in Pullman is huge for Kevin Sumlin's team. Can the Wildcats upset Washington State?        ... [Read More]
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On election day, voters in Washington state passed a ballot initiative that bans the sale of semi-automatic rifles to people under 21 and non-state residents and, before purchase, requires buyers to pass an enhanced background check and have proof of passing a firearms course. The initiative, called I-1639, was the only statewide gun control measure on the ballot in the country, and it passed with 60 percent of the vote. So naturally, the National Rifle Association and other gun rights extremists insist on fucking it all up. [Read More]
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Washington State head coach Mike Leach's team is No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings. Washington State lost out on over $1.5 million after football coach Mike Leach tweeted out a blatantly doctored video of President Barack Obama this summer. Leach tweeted out the video in June and asked his followers for their thoughts. The video was heavily edited to make Obama appear to be saying things he was clearly not actually saying in a 2014... [Read More]
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Gun rights groups, including the National Rifle Association, have sued to block a new, voter-approved gun control measure from taking effect in Washington state. Initiative 1639 passed last week with 60 percent of the vote. It bars the sale of semi-automatic rifles to people under 21 and to people who don't live in Washington, and it requires buyers to pass an enhanced background check and prove they have taken a firearms training course. The NRA and the Bellevue, Washington-based Second Amendment Foundation sued in U.S. District Court in Seattle on Thursday, saying the measure violates the right... [Read More]
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In June, Leach tweeted a video that spliced together Obama's sentences to change their meaning. [Read More]
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A 24-year-old Washington state man is charged with stabbing a Montana man nearly a dozen times while the victim was on a walking path near Libby. Michael Borchardt Robertson of Yakima, Washington, is charged with attempted deliberate homicide for the attack on Doug Crum of Libby on Nov. 11. Officials say Crum... [Read More]
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Washington State head coach Mike Leach's team is No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings. Washington State lost out on over $1.5 million after football coach Mike Leach tweeted out a blatantly doctored video of President Barack Obama this summer. Leach tweeted out the video in June and asked his followers for their thoughts. The video was heavily edited to make Obama appear to be saying things he was clearly not actually saying in a 2014... [Read More]
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From time to time, the wife and I hear from No. 4 son, who is currently matriculating at Way WAY-away University, in Washington state. [Read More]
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A 20-year-old Washington state man has been sentenced to less than three years in prison for raping a high school student as she died from a drug overdose and texting semi-nude photos of her. [Read More]
A 20-year-old Washington state man has been sentenced to less than three years in prison for raping a high school student as she died from a drug overdose and texting semi-nude photos of her. [Read More]
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Ticket revenue is at record levels thanks to four sellouts (double last year's total), and donations are soaring. Now the Cougars need to keep the momentum going. [Read More]
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A 20-year-old Washington state man has been sentenced to less than three years in prison for raping a high school student as she died from a drug overdose and texting semi-nude photos of her. The Daily Herald reports that Brian Varela pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter, third-degree rape, and unlawful disposal of... [Read More]
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Poison hemlock is a big concern, even though it is classified as a "Class B" weed in Washington State. Action against Class B weeds is recommended, but not required. [Read More]
Next-day natural gas prices for Friday at the Sumas hub on the border between Washington state and British Columbia quadrupled to a record high on forecasts for cooler, near-normal weather in the Pacific Northwest and declining pipeline flows from Canada. [Read More]
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The Washington State University Board of Regents will meet today to discuss a marketing agreement for the Cosmic Crisp apple, the discontinuation of two degrees and…... [Read More]
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With the big retail holidays looming, recent survey results from Washington State University's Carson College of Business indicate the Black Friday crowds have begun to dwindle…... [Read More]
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President Enrique Peña Nieto lashed out Friday at what he called the "disproportionate use of lethal force" by police officers in Washington state that led to the death of an unarmed Mexican migrant. [Read More]
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The National Rifle Association and the Second Amendment Foundation filed a lawsuit on Thursday challenging Washington Initiative 1639. The suit states that I-1639 "violates the commerce clause by banning sales of rifles to non-residents, and that it unconstitutionally impairs the rights guaranteed by the First, Second and Fourteenth Amendments, and Article I Section 24 of the Washington State Constitution by preventing the sale to otherwise qualified adults under age 21 of certain rifles." [Read More]
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