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Depression In Humans – Differences And How To Defeat It 0—Depression In Humans – Differences And How To…

Bellator Announces 2018 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Featuring Chael Sonnen—Bellator Announces 2018 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Featuring…

Instacart Expands Service in Salem, Adds 100 Jobs—Instacart Expands Service in Salem, Adds 100 Jobs

Portland Trail Blazers Early Season Woes Continue In 2017-18 Season—Portland Trail Blazers Early Season Woes Continue In…

Sunday Political Brunch - The Perils of Party Infighting—November 12, 2017—Sunday Political Brunch - The Perils of Party…

NFC West Mid-Season Recap And Review—NFC West Mid-Season Recap And Review

Rogue Ales & Spirits Launches New Beer at University of Portland Basketball Game—Rogue Ales & Spirits Launches New Beer at…

University Of Washington Men’s Basketball – Rebuilding Starts With The Coaching Staff—University Of Washington Men’s Basketball – Rebuilding Starts…

Sunday Political Brunch: President Trump Had a Roller Coaster Week—November 5, 2017—Sunday Political Brunch: President Trump Had a Roller…

 
 

7 Reasons To Hire A Personal Trainer

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Hiring a personal trainer is a big decision, although one with a lot of positive benefits. It’s no wonder almost all celebrities and rich people have one. It’s quite handy to have someone on call who can guide you down the path of healthy living and make suggestions on improving your wellbeing. While it would take quite a win in the Powerball Lottery to be able to afford the best in the sector, there’s no reason why you can’t start off modest. It is a money and time commitment for sure, but the pros of hiring a good trainer far outweigh the cons. Here are 7 reasons to hire a personal trainer:

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Depression In Humans – Differences And How To Defeat It 0

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Is depression different amongst humans, whether they be male, female or nonbinary? In so many words, yes. As far as symptom patterns tend to play out, they will usually fall in line with the two major genders. For women, the symptoms are more readily visible (i.e. crying, overeating) as for men, the symptoms are more subdued (i.e. working to excess, drinking/abusing drugs, working out to excess). In any case, the symptoms of depression ma, in fact, hit men harder due to lifestyle choices and extracurricular activities.

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Bellator Announces 2018 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Featuring Chael Sonnen

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Bellator MMA announced this week that it would be holding a major heavyweight title tournament in 2018. The Heavyweight World Grand Prix is a great way to inject some interest into a division inside the Bellator cage that has gone mostly forgotten. The organization had some success this year with their light heavyweight tournament and it would seem that this is already garnering as much or more attention than its lighter predecessor.

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Instacart Expands Service in Salem, Adds 100 Jobs

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The grocery delivery service Instacart is expanded their service in Salem and is bringing more than 100 jobs to the area.

With the expansion, 94,000 local households will have access to the service.

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Portland Trail Blazers Early Season Woes Continue In 2017-18 Season

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

After winning 17 of their final 23 regular season games last spring to close out 2016-17, the Portland Trail Blazers had high expectations coming into the 2017-18 NBA season.  With 11 of their first 16 game at home in the friendly confines of the Moda Center, the Blazers hoped to get out to a fast start in the highly competitive Western Conference. That hope hasn’t materialized.

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Sunday Political Brunch - The Perils of Party Infighting—November 12, 2017

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Two new political books are shedding light on something a lot of people don’t like to admit – party infighting is one of the worst maladies in politics. It reminds me of that adage that the worst wounds in politics are often self-inflicted

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NFC West Mid-Season Recap And Review

Sunday, November 12, 2017

If we’ve learned anything over the first half of the season, it’s that this division really is the Wild Wild NFC West. Just when we think one team is ready to run away with the division, here come two more ready for a battle! It’s week 10 and we don’t really know more than we did in week one. But it has been a lot of fun and that’s what matters. Here is what you missed over the first half of the season if you were living under a rock, or as we call them in the northwest, “tiny houses.”

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Rogue Ales & Spirits Launches New Beer at University of Portland Basketball Game

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Rogue Ales & Spirits launched their newest drink titled Pilots Pale Ale at Saturday night’s University of Portland basketball game.

“I’m very excited about this partnership with Rogue Ales, and specifically, the connection with two of our former student athletes,. We are very excited for the launch at this Saturday’s men’s basketball season opener,”  said University of Portland Vice President for Athletics Scott Leykam.

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University Of Washington Men’s Basketball – Rebuilding Starts With The Coaching Staff

Thursday, November 09, 2017

Former Washington coach Lorenzo Romar was largely credited with an affable personality for bringing in highly ranked recruits from California, and promoted a brand of basketball largely dependent on that kind of personality. Unfortunately, this brand didn’t translate into as many NCAA tournament appearances or PAC-12 championships as the athletic department wanted.

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Sunday Political Brunch: President Trump Had a Roller Coaster Week—November 5, 2017

Sunday, November 05, 2017

It was an up-and-down week for President Trump – perhaps his most topsy-turvy week in the White House. He sure had some highs and lows and they could have both short-term and long-term impacts. Let’s “brunch” on that with a report card this week:

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