Kirby Wilbur, former chairman of the state Republican Party, has moved to the other Washington for a job that would seem a tricky balance: molding objective young journalists at an overtly partisan organization.
Eastside Catholic looked dangerous on Saturday afternoon. Its offense was as lethal as any I've seen this year and its defense, for the most part, played with a tenaciousness that meant trouble for Mt. Spokane's run game.
Despite the frigid air, a few icy patches on the course and the field of small ice chunks that greeted runners on the final runway to the finish line, the 44th Seattle Marathon (plus half marathon and walks of the same distances) attracted 8,484 participants and earned seemingly unanimous good reviews from racers.
The Ravens would like to close the curtain on the Rice era, but an arbitrator ruled on the N.F.L.'s flawed process, not Rice’s character, and so questions remain about how the team as an organization handled the situation.