In the Media

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:26am
Daily Record
For decades, basketball teams have found success from great chemistry between a point guard and a post player. In the NBA, the Utah Jazz had Karl Malone and John Stockton. In college basketball, Kentucky had John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins.
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 9:53am
College Choice
Located in Bellingham, Washington, Western Washington University is a public university that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. The university is close to the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades, both of which feature great opportunities for students to indulge in sailing, waterskiing, and camping out on the shore. The mild weather of Bellingham also allows for day trips to nearby Lummi Island, giving students time to relax while surrounded by nature.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 12:44pm
KGMI 790-AM
Western Washington University’s Katya Hewitt has been named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Pocock Division II All-America team. Hewitt (Bellingham, WA) becomes the 20th first-team rowing selection in the history of the program (26th selection) and first since Emily Little in 2014. The team captain, who graduated from WWU Saturday with a degree in Kinesiology, was also selected as a CRCA National Scholar Athlete in 2015 and 2016.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 11:03am
National Public Radio
Suicide, it is said, is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. In 2003, Garrett Lee Smith took that permanent solution. Thirteen years later the effects are being felt in the continued grief of his parents – and the work they’ve done to prevent other families from suffering as they have. Garrett Lee Smith was the son of Gordon Smith, a U.S. Senator from 1997 to 2009. Garrett, a college student, had struggled a bit with reading disabilities, and more seriously, just before his death, with several bouts of depression.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:55am
The (Everett) Herald
Laura Zalesky felt more at home watching birds in the woods than she ever did in an environmental meeting. Yet with her husband, Phil Zalesky, who died in 2013, she was a quiet but effective force in a group that fought to create the Glacier Peak Wilderness and North Cascades National Park.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:54am
The (Everett) Herald
If musical theater were a sport, the 5th Avenue Theatre Awards competition would be the state tournament for high school drama kids. Or, better yet, let's call the 5th Avenue awards the state high school Tony awards. Snohomish County schools tend to do well, and this year was no exception. And even better than usual for Arlington High School.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:53am
Skagit Valley Herald
Paityn Cyr had an excellent softball season. So did her Mount Vernon team. That was no coincidence. Cyr was spectacular as a pitcher and a hitter to help the Bulldogs reach the Northwest 4A District Tournament.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:51am
Yakima Herald
Eric Heisey learned to read by looking at bird field guides. So, not only could he read well by age 6, he could readily identify many birds. “I vividly remember being in Trout Lake when I was this age, and being able to identify birds like Red Crossbill and Evening Grosbeak,” Heisey said in an email. The recent Sunnyside High School graduate can’t say for sure when he first became interested in birds, but that makes perfect sense. It’s as if birding has been part of his life from the very beginning — before it began, even.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:49am
The (Longview, Washington) Daily News
Normally, Josie Bowen is a top shot putter for Toledo High School. But on a rainy day in Raymond this spring, she threw poorly at the the district championship and failed to qualify for state. Josie was crushed. She had placed sixth in state last year. “I managed to keep my cool … but I pretty much wanted to sit there and ball my eyes out,” she said.
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 10:48am
The Battlefords News-Optimist
The regulation of Canada's broadcasting sector by the CRTC is at a crossroads. Technological change, especially the proliferation of streaming video over the Internet, or so-called over-the-top (OTT) broadcasting, is seriously challenging the viability of the regulatory model that's been in place for decades. The government has recognized the challenges posed by ongoing technological developments in the recent call by Canada's heritage minister for a full review of the federal government's cultural policies with the goal of adapting to the digital age. Consultations are expected to begin this summer.

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