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Damore’ea Stringfellow, a Washington Huskies sophomore wide receiver accused of assaulting Seattle Seahawks fans during a post-Super Bowl celebration, was sentenced to five days on a work crew as part of a plea deal he accepted Wednesday in King County District Court.
Wide receiver Sidney Rice agreed to terms Wednesday on a one-year deal to return to the Seattle Seahawks.
I have had the privilege of serving as a member of two Tacoma Charter Review Committees (CRC) – in 1973 and again this year. The CRC in 2014 is an advisory committee as it was in 1973. It is not a commission, as it has been described.
Even before the communal euphoria slightly ebbed from its peak, Seattle Seahawks staffers were being asked how the team would cope with the inevitable distractions accompanying Super Bowl victories.
White supremacist FrazierGlenn Cross earned his 15 minutes of fame Sunday when he reportedly gunned down a 53-year-old woman, 69-year-old man and 14-year-old boy outside a Jewish center in a Kansas City suburb. He thought he was killing Jews, though all three victims were Christians.
Consumers won access to their credit scores more than a decade ago, after advocates voiced concerns over errors and lending bias.
Green is everywhere in the Skookumchuck Valley, from the lush pastures grazed by cattle and horses to the forested hills that surround the rural community of mostly hobby farms just outside of Tenino.
Right-hander Taijuan Walker, the Mariners’ top prospect, will be shut down from all throwing for two weeks after an examination Wednesday revealed what club officials characterized as a “right shoulder impingement.”