Month: September 2021

Make-Ahead Blackberry Oatmeal Blender Pancakes

Ahhhh, September. The sweet convergence of pickles, pies, and pumpkins. Want to make someone happy? Feed them. Nothing says I love you quite like a home cooked meal. Show some extra kindness to your family and ease those back-to-school mornings with a healthy breakfast. Start by stirring up the fun this weekend with these Make-Ahead […]

Exercises For Runners

Vancouver is home to two very popular running events in the fall, the PeaceHealth AppleTree Marathon, Half & 5K and the Girlfriends Half/10K/5K hosted by Why Racing Events. You will start to see many locals running around town as they train to get ready to challenge themselves to cross the finish line. If you register […]

Week 1 prep football previews and predictions

O’Dea vs. Union When: 4:30 p.m. Friday Where: McKenzie Stadium, 2205 NE 138th Ave, Vancouver Broadcast info: Cable Ch. 28/328; Online at 2020-21 records: O’Dea 5-2, Union 6-1 Last meeting: First meeting Game notes: O’Dea of Seattle has reached the last four 3A state championship games, winning the 2017 state title. The Irish lost […]

Trump endorses Joe Kent in 2022 election

Former President Donald Trump officially endorsed Joe Kent, a Republican running for Congress in Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. Kent is challenging the incumbent and fellow Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, who fell out of Trump’s favor when she crossed party lines and voted to impeach the former president following the Jan. 6 attack on the […]

Showcase game put spotlight on potentially shady Bishop Sycamore football program

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — After a shellacking in a game televised on ESPN revealed an Ohio prep football team wasn’t the top-tier talent it purported to be, the legitimacy of the school itself is now in question. As sports observers wondered how Bishop Sycamore ended up in the game in the first place, Gov. Mike […]

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