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Feeling our pain: Seattle named most miserable sports city in America

BY JOSH KERNS  on July 31, 2013 MyNorthwest.com   Whether it’s a decade of futility from the Mariners, the failed efforts to bring the NBA back to town or last season’s heart-breaking, season-ending Seahawks playoff loss in the final minutes to Atlanta, Seattle sports fans know misery. And now Forbes is making sure the rest of the country feels […]

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Huge whale carcass washes up on Washington beach

BY JOSH KERNS  on July 31, 2013 MyNorthwest.com A dead gray whale that washed up on the Washington coast overnight Sunday was likely killed in a collision with a ship, researchers determined after a preliminary necropsy. And you’ll soon be able to see the skeleton up close. The 39-foot adult female was found Sunday night on the […]

July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Environment,News | Read More »

Senecas give state of New York $349 million check

31 Jul 2013 Ed Drantch NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) – Casino cash is flowing once again into Western New York now that the financial standoff between New York State and the Seneca Nation has ended. On Wednesday, the Senecas delivered a check for more than $300 million, putting those disagreements in the past. Niagara Falls […]

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Sioux Students Kindle Solar Knowledge

It started with a spark — an interest in green energy. This glimmer of curiosity led Lyle Wilson, an instructor at Oglala Lakota College in South Dakota and U.S. Army veteran, to start researching renewable energy technologies such as solar, wind and geothermal. Now sparked by Lyle’s interest, members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation […]

July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Education,Environment,News | Read More »

Progress against 2 big Washington wildfires

Published: July 31, 201 The Associated Press WENATCHEE, WASH. — Firefighters are making progress against two big wildfires burning near Wenatchee and Goldendale in Eastern Washington. They have completed a line around the fire that burned about 35 square miles around Satus Pass, about 15 miles northeast of Goldendale. Spokesman Dam Omdal says more than 1,300 […]

July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Environment,News | Read More »

Ecology will study impact of coal trains when considering Gateway Pacific Terminal

Whatcom County and its regulatory state and federal partners have announced they will conduct a sweeping review of Gateway Pacific Terminal’s environmental impacts — an apparent victory for the coal terminal’s opponents. By JOHN STARK — THE BELLINGHAM HERALD July 31, 2013 In a joint press release issued Wednesday, July 31, the three levels of […]

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Bigfoot Captured On Video By Canadian Hikers?

Bigfoot is once again causing a big stir, thanks to two new videos from British Columbia that allegedly capture the hairy creature on camera.   or view AZCentral video here http://www.azcentral.com/video/2575416299001 The Huffington Post  |  By David Moye Posted: 07/30/2013   The two videos came to light after a Canadian app company called Play Mobility put out a request for videos […]

July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Media,News,Video | Read More »

Native American journalists tackle tough issues during July conference

Stan Bindell The Observer 7/30/2013 TEMPE, Ariz.-Journalists covering Indian country received training and discussed Native American issues during the 29th annual National Native Media Conference in Tempe July 18-21. The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and Native Public Media sponsored the conference. The theme of this year’s conference was “Our voices, Our stories, Our future.” […]

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Don’t dismiss versatile kale

By Lisa Abraham, Akron Beacon Journal Kale is one of the most versatile greens. It can be substituted for spinach in any dish, and pairs well with many foods: pasta, potatoes, sausage and white beans, to name a few. When you spot it at local farmers markets, don’t shy away from this hearty green. Check […]

July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Health,Home & Garden | Read More »

Roasting ramps up the strawberry flavor

By Rose McAvoy, The Herald Roasting produce is a terrific way to take the usual flavor and turn the volume way up. Boosting the volume of flavor is among my top tips when it comes to lightening your cooking. We tend to read a lot about roasting vegetables such as potatoes, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. […]

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