Washington State News

Notebook: Chris Tabor embraces "next man up" on special teams

Augusta Stone

CHARLOTTE - Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor has dealt with some attrition in his phase of the game, mainly because the Panthers are dealing with attrition across the board.

Two of Carolina's primary special teams contributors, linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill and safety Sam Franklin Jr., have been called up to play more defensive snaps with the losses of veteran leaders Shaq Thompson (fibul

Fault forces recall of 3.37 million Hyundai, Kia vehicles in US

WASHINGTON D.C. Due to internal brake fluid leaks that can cause an electrical short and could lead to engine fires, Hyundai and Kia are recalling a total of 3.37 million vehicles in the U.S.

They also advised owners to park outside and away from structures until repairs are done.

Owners should follow the automakers' warning and park vehicles outside until repairs are completed, the National Highway Traff

The Chronicle - Centralia

T-Wolves swept by Chinooks

The Morton-White Pass volleyball team held tough in two sets but lost all three it played Thursday, falling 25-23, 25-14, 27-25 to Kalama in Randle in its Central 2B League opener.

“As a team we are disappointed in the way we played, but our focus now is taking the mistakes we made and turning them into lessons so we don’t repeat them,” MWP coach Jamie Brazil said.

Mckenzee Mays, Ryelin Wiedenmann, Malia Armstrong and Keegan Ingalsbe all served 100% for the T-Wolves (3-4, 0-1 C2BL) and Kiera Miller had three blocks.

MWP will take on North Beach in a non-league match Saturday.

Local pair headed to state championship

A summer of golfing success will lead to Bremerton for a local pair of golfers, as June Moran and Joann Timpone are bound for the Washington Women’s Net Four-Ball Match Play state championship next weekend at Gamble Sands Golf Course.

Moran comes from Riverside Golf Club, while Timpone is from Newaukum Valley Golf Club. The two have played through five rounds against other duos. It started with three rounds of pool play that saw the pair go 1-2, but qualify for the round of 32 on a tiebreaker. After earning the No. 17 seed, Moran and Timpone pulled a minor upset in the first round, before taking down the top-seeded pair last weekend in the quarterfinals to make the final eight.

The Lewis County two will take on Wanda Synnestvedt and Terry Graham out of Port Townsend on Oct. 5, with a shot at the semifinals on the line and a $10,000 merchandise payout still in their grasp.

NYT Politics

How Every Representative Voted on McCarthy’s Stopgap Funding Bill
Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s long-shot attempt to avert a government shutdown failed, with opposition coming both from House Democrats and from hard-right members of his own party.

Portland Business News

Legacy doctors and nurse practitioners file for union recognition
Author: Elizabeth Hayes
The group of 250 advanced practice providers has concerns about Legacy's "emphasis on revenue over patient safety and staff well-being."
CVS on its future in downtown Portland in wake of Target closure
Author: Jonathan Bach
Competitor Target this week announced it would shut down its downtown Portland store.

Columbian Newspaper

Kevin Peterson wrongful death lawsuit against Clark County will move forward
Author: Jessica Prokop

A federal judge Thursday denied Clark County’s motion to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Kevin Peterson Jr., a 21-year-old Black man who was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies during a drug sting in October 2020.


Final suspect pleads guilty to murder in fatal shooting of Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Jeremy Brown
Author: Becca Robbins

The third and final co-defendant in the fatal shooting of Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Jeremy Brown pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder.


Seattle Times Opinion

Adidas, Ye and the business of hypocrisy
Author: LZ Granderson

The company wants to maintain the distance it has created from the artist formerly known as Kanye West while still cashing in on his fame.