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Updated July 2020
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5 friends who love to talk about sports in Portland, the NW and across the world. Our conversations that used to take place in a bar are now our podcast. We're live on Thursdays on the Funemployment Radio Network and you can catch our podcast every week! www.GuysAndBalls.com
 
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The Old Moscow-Pullman Road has quite a history running through the heart of Pullman. It started with a Y-shaped intersection with no traffic signal just west of town, and a road between the two cross-border college towns that was impossible to use in the winter. In 1929, gravel was put down and, thanks to the nation’s growing number of motorists, …
 
A leading Republican candidate for Washington governor is being accused of mishandling a child sexual abuse investigation in Ferry County. A lawsuit filed in 2017 claims that Loren Culp and two other law enforcement officers didn’t properly investigate the claims of a 17-year-old girl, who said she’d been molested by a relative since she was five. …
 
The Tri-Cities has seen what Gov. Jay Inslee called an “astronomical increase” in COVID cases. In a visit Tuesday, he said local officials have asked him to implement stricter mask requirements. They also asked to open more small businesses. About 10 protesters – one wearing a T-shirt that read “Inslee is Non-essential” and none appearing to wear m…
 
Ten years ago, Breean Beggs was an outsider waging a battle to make the Spokane Police Department more transparent and accountable when he got a letter from a city attorney. At the time, Beggs, a lawyer, represented the family of Otto Zehm, who was killed by police in 2006 , and city council members were sounding him out about the creation of an in…
 
At Christmastime last December, Sharon Gowdey was a healthy 56-year-old woman with Down syndrome. A video from a holiday party shows her in a Santa hat dancing to a Michael Jackson song as strobe lights light up the dance floor. Four months later, Gowdey was dead of COVID-19 . “When they turned the ventilator off, it was less than five minutes and …
 
On May 30, David Cruz died of COVID-19, before he could finish remodeling his Yakima home. Cruz, 60, had only replaced about a quarter of the old darkened roof tiles with clean green ones. Old gutters lie in his backyard waiting to be replaced. His wife, Reyna Cruz, and four children have taken over repainting the interior of their house. Yakima Co…
 
It’s hard to imagine maintaining social distance among 42,000 people, which is what the Spokane Interstate Fair draws on a typical Saturday. “If you’ve ever been on our food row, those lines snake into each other and everyone’s touching each other just to get through there,” says Erin Gurtel, Spokane’s fair director and vice president of the Washin…
 
For many outdoor recreation guides, the past few months stuck at home have been different than any other spring in recent memory. “We make a joke that the mountains are closed, which just seems odd to say,” Mick Pearson says. Pearson runs Kaf Adventures, an outdoor education and adventure travel company based in Seattle. He’s used to guiding small …
 
When Mordecai Cochrane was found passed out behind the wheel of his Toyota Avalon by Spokane police in the dead of night, he’d been tested for coronavirus the day before, but was waiting for results. Five days later, he was back behind the wheel, driving at night with his lights off and with too many people in the car. Cochrane again encountered po…
 
A Cessna commuter plane retrofitted in Washington state has taken the crown of biggest all-electric airplane now flying. Redmond, Washington-based electric motor maker MagniX teamed up with flight testing contractor AeroTEC to convert a 10-passenger, single engine Cessna 208B Grand Caravan to fly on battery power.…
 
When Marcus Aaron Luke runs fast, everything feels slow. “You feel every small step,” he says. “You feel every small detail.” But in the pandemic year of 2020, he’s missed a lot of important details of his last year of high school. Luke was a leader on his varsity track team, and also as a senior at Pendleton High School in northeastern Oregon. He …
 
Just as the sun rises over the Yakima Valley on May 14, more than 100 workers drive their vehicles off Monson Fruit property in Selah, north of Yakima. They’re walking off the job because they’re angry and afraid. Striking Monson workers say they were told by management that at least seven employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and they worry …
 
The coronavirus is spreading a pandemic of disappointment among Pacific Northwest families and camp counselors via the widespread cancellation of traditional sleepaway summer camps. But some camp operators in Washington state and north Idaho are waiting to make the final call for this summer in hopes that overnight camps can still take place -- alb…
 
Earlier this year, there was only one electric school bus in the entire state of Washington. By this fall, the electric school bus fleet should be vastly expanding. Forty new buses may transport students in districts throughout the state possibly starting in the fall — assuming in-person classes are back on. One bus will land in the Republic School…
 
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