Brad Barton, a motivational speaker who uses magic, spoke to middle and high school students on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at River View High School in Finley. GEAR UP partnered with the Finley School District to bring in Barton from Ogden, Utah. His website is bradbartonspeaks.com.
- Oversize truck might be cause of I-5 bridge collapse into Skagit River
- Trucker bumps I-5 bridge, sees tragedy behind him
- State lawmakers vote 'no' on flaws, 'yes' to photo retouching
- Quick notes on the coming roster moves — CarlosTriunfel will be joining the Mariners
- Hawks give Puyallup's Veltung a shot at WR
- Long Lake a jumping-off point for Polar Bear Plungers in Lacey
About 600 people took a brisk swim at Long Lake at 1 p.m. Tuesday as part of Lacey’s annual Polar Bear Plunge.
- Athletics reinstate OF Young
The Oakland Athletics reinstated outfielder Chris Young from the 15-day disabled list Saturday.
- More Medicaid cuts on horizon for Idaho
Leslie Barton, a licensed clinical professional counselor at Free Spirit Counseling in Idaho Falls, received a letter from Idaho Medicaid Administrator Paul Leary indicating that unless Congress acts by Jan. 1 to override payment reductions, the cuts will take effect on that date.
- NW Nuggets: Max Browne turning elite into peerless
The first time Taylor Barton met Max Browne, he noticed a gleam in his eyes. Initially, all he could see was the outside shell of a tall, gangly quarterback with blond, curly hair. But a deeper look into Browne’s blue eyes revealed a penetrating focus and a hunger to learn.
- Lacy leads comeback try, but WSU Cougars come up short
PULLMAN – The small crowd, eerily quiet much of the evening, drifted out of Beasley Coliseum with faces that expressed resignation more than disappointment.