NYT Politics

Jan. 6 Defendant Coordinated Volunteers to Help Glenn Youngkin
Author: Neil Vigdor and Alan Feuer
The F.B.I. said that Joseph Brody, who helped in Glenn Youngkin’s election as governor of Virginia, knocked a Capitol Police officer backward with a barricade.
Jan. 6 Panel Reschedules Final Hearing as Key Questions Remain Unresolved
Author: Luke Broadwater
The committee, whose work has mostly faded from view since it wrapped up a summertime series of hearings in July, is toiling to conclude its investigation and recapture public attention.
Biden Pardons People Convicted of Marijuana Possession Under Federal Law
Author: Michael D. Shear
The president will also urge governors to follow his lead for people convicted on state charges of possession, officials say.

The Chronicle - Centralia

Centralia College Suspends Women's Hoops Program Due to Late Coaching Change

Effective for just the 2022-23 winter season, the Centralia College women’s basketball program has been suspended due to coaching turnover and roster flux, the Centralia College Athletic Department announced in a press release this fall. 

After previous coach Caleb Sells stepped down following last season, the Trailblazers made a preliminary decision to hire Richard Ward, a coach with midwest ties, to head the program this season. Ward, however, decided to not accept the position and make the move, leaving Centralia College in an awkward position without a coach on the eve of preseason practice. 

“Due to circumstances, we were unable to sign anyone during the process of a late coaching change and with the recent resignation of our new coach, women's basketball simply did not have the number of players to start and compete this season,” the college said in a statement. 

CC is working on hiring a new coach and staff immediately in hopes of restarting the program for the 2023-24 season next winter. 

The Blazers have a strong tradition of women’s hoops in Centralia, where they have sent numerous athletes off to Division I universities and competed regionally with local competitors. Paige Winter, a Rochester High School standout, recently transferred from Centralia College to Division I Portland State University.

“Centralia College Administration and the Athletic Program will do everything in our power to make sure we come back better than ever for the 2023-2024 season,” reads the statement. “We are truly saddened by the events that have taken place.”

Washington State News

Saints Morning Break for Thursday, Oct. 6

A collection of headlines about the Saints and the NFLNew Orleans Saints


Saints' Chris Olave emerges as favorite for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year; See odds

Jameis Winston and Michael Thomas both 'rehabbing' injuries, miss Saints Wednesday practice

Saints bring back some familiar faces after Broncos, Packers raided their practice squad

Saints designate DT

Historically speaking: Jaguars-Texans

Jaguars News | Jacksonville Jaguars - jaguars.comBrian Sexton

JACKSONVILLE - There was a lot of enthusiasm in Jacksonville in December 2017, which is the last time the Jaguars beat the Houston Texans.

The Jaguars the previous week had secured their first winning season in 10 years with an impressive win over the Seattle Seahawks. A win over the Texans on a sunny Sunday just before Christma

Portland Business News

Sale of two high-profile downtown Portland hotels postponed, again
Author: Jonathan Bach
The Duniway and Hilton Portland Downtown hotels have been facing sale for weeks but had another reprieve.
PBJ September 2022 Power Breakfast: Eric Miles of Moss Adams on hiring, expanding and DEI
Author: Andy Giegerich
The regional accounting firm's leader weighed in on several topics during last month's program.
Nike announces new retailer partnerships with JD Sports, Zalando
Author: Demi Lawrence
Two new European partnerships buck Nike's recent retail strategy.

Seattle Times Opinion

Protect Dreamers: The U.S. needs doctors-in-training like me
Author: Yadira Bribiesca

If I am allowed to become a physician and practice here in the U.S., I will continue fighting against health inequities.