Zaevion Dobson's story will be part of Super Bowl programming
USA TODAY High School Sports
“Alysha has become one of the most efficient and versatile players in the league, mastering the things that do not show up in stat sheets but lead to team success,” said Storm coach Jenny Boucek, a graduate of University School of Nashville. “Her work ...
Fish worth the freeze on Oregon's Lake Billy Chinook
The Seattle Times
“It just depends on the time of day and the weather, if you're in front of a storm,” Garrison said. “Right now, one storm left and one storm's coming in. So it's just up and down. But it's nice if you get cabin fever, to get away from the snow for a ...
Obama signs disaster declaration for Washington state's December storms
The Seattle Times
Chuck Ingraham wades out to his trailer at the River View RV Park in Puyallup on Dec. 9 as volunteer Cory Chavez drives his truck out to haul his trailer to higher ground. President Obama has signed a disaster declaration for damage done by December.
Seattle Storms re-signs key veterans Alysha Clark, Jenna O'Hea
In their first move of the offseason the Seattle Storm, today announced the re-signing of both Alysha Clark and Jenna O'Hea to multi-year contracts. The two versatile players will continue to provide the team with much-needed veteran leadership and ...
Minnesota's Glen Taylor, others buying PM Beef facility
Grand Forks Herald
He now owns the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA as well as the Star Tribune; he also has majority ownership in the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves and invests in egg farms. “We are very excited to work with the Taylor Corporation. They are great partners from ...
Local awards presented on 30th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA — Milestone Award for continued achievement over a period of time. The four Special Merit Award winners: Kathy Fredricksen of Moose Lake High School; Barbara Knutson of Mankato West High School; Joan Paulson of ...
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Lynx have re-signed center Sylvia Fowles, the most valuable player of the WNBA finals. The contract was completed Tuesday with Fowles, who was a free agent. Fowles was acquired by the Lynx from the Chicago Sky in ...
Sylvia Fowles Stays With Lynx
New York Times
The Minnesota Lynx re-signed Sylvia Fowles, the most valuable player of the W.N.B.A. finals in October, and then dealt Devereaux Peters to Indiana for Natasha Howard. A version of this brief appears in print on February 3, 2016, on page B14 of the New ...