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5 Questions On The Trail Blazers In The 2nd Half Of The Season Answered—5 Questions On The Trail Blazers In The…

Winterhawks Win Weekend With 3 & 3 Plus A Pair of Hat Tricks For Blichfeld—Winterhawks Win Weekend With 3 & 3 Plus…

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Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call – “Sunday Political Brunch” - February 17, 2019—Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call –…

Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers—Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers

Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David Foster Wallace’s ‘String Theory’—Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David…

Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part—Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part

Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More Success Than The XFL?—Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More…

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Asking The Tough Question Ahead Of The Super Bowl – Is Football All It’s Cracked Up To Be?

Sunday, February 03, 2019

Super Bowl Sunday is nearly upon us—the biggest sporting event in the U.S.A. For many fans around the world, this is the most exciting game of the year.

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Fit for Life: A Great Lesson from 4th Graders

Sunday, February 03, 2019

I was at a middle school dance recital last week and I saw an interesting acronym for the word “THINK”. It went like this: “Before you speak, “think”.  Then it asked these questions alongside the word.

T- is it True?

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Winterhawks Hail To Chiefs & The Worst Kept Secret Revealed To No One’s Surprise

Saturday, February 02, 2019

Following this game in Spokane, two games against both a BC Division and US Division will take place this weekend.

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U.S. Economy Adds 304K Jobs in January

Friday, February 01, 2019

The United States economy saw its biggest job increase in nearly a year, added 304,000 new jobs during the month of January, according to the Department of Labor. 

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Wall Street Tells You All You Need To Know About The Democratic Primary So Far

Friday, February 01, 2019

The Democratic primary for president is heating up, and, early Monday morning, Politico‘s Ben White gave us a view to how Wall Street is approaching the contest.

Unsurprisingly, they’d like to see a centrist nominee. Michael Bloomberg, perhaps, the former independent mayor of New York City who apparently thinks a wealth tax is unconstitutional. But whatever happens, there is one overriding concern.

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Everyone’s Jumping in the Presidential Hot Tub - Sunday Political Brunch January 27, 2019

Mark Curtis

Sunday, January 27, 2019

We suddenly have several Democrats announcing bids for the White House in 2020, including a couple of folks I know. Others have merely formed “exploratory committees” meaning they are leaning towards a run. The field is crowded, and I bet will balloon to around 20 by the time Iowa and New Hampshire are ripe for visiting. Let’s “brunch” about those in so far and find out more about them.

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Important NFL Offseason Dates And How They Impact The Seattle Seahawks

Sunday, January 27, 2019

The NFL offseason is here for the 30 teams that did not make it to the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks are unfortunately among that group after losing in the Wild Card round. The offseason is when teams take shape for next year. There is free agency, the draft and teams cut their losses this time too. Teams have to make salary cap decisions hand in hand with the goal of winning now. The preseason won’t start until August, so what do we have to look forward to until then? Here are some of the important offseason dates for the Seahawks.

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Fit for Life: Avoid Complications. Simplify

Sunday, January 27, 2019

I am about 1/2 way through a book called “The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” and on the cover of the book the words “Living Fully, Loving Freely” are written in bold letters under the title.

I picked up the book because one of my coaches Todd Durkin kept posting quotes and lines from the book while he read it, and many of what he posted sparked my interest.

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Encouraging Signs For The Baseball Hall Of Fame

Friday, January 25, 2019

Yes, Edgar Martinez finally got voted into the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association on his 10th and final year of eligibility. For Mariners fans and for those more sabermetrically inclined, the induction came as a validation of something both had known for the full decade of Edgar’s candidacy: He was really good and should have been voted in in year one. But this HOF class, in general, shows an encouraging trend, one away from traditional statistics and toward a more sophisticated approach to evaluating candidates, even if there’s still the occasional Omar Vizquel insurgence.

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Winterhawks Channel Playoff Intensity vs. Everett, Take It On The Chin Against Tri-City, Debut Tommy

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

A playoff game seemed to take shape as the Portland Winterhawks faced the top U.S. Division team in the Everett Silvertips as the Hawks returned to home ice for the first time in three weeks as they had headed to the Eastern Swing. The swing for them was highly successful, capturing all wins except one in Prince Albert, with 10 points to their credit with now less that a dozen points separating Everett and Portland with almost 30 games left in the season.

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