Golf coach Richard Têtu said predicting the season each year is almost impossible. What he does like to predict is how much fun the players will have; lots.
Lang Langford likes to create benefit shows for one main reason — it makes him happy.
“I do it because I don’t want to make money for myself, I want to make money for someone else, it just makes me feel better to do it that way,” said Langford.
After John Sangster passed away suddenly in November, his children found it hard to imagine playing their scheduled “Sangster Family Band Concert” on Lopez. On the other hand, it was hard to imagine not doing the show.
Girls’ Basketball Coach Nate Borg describes his team as having great potential and gaining confidence every year. Last year the team averaged 49 points a game compared to 28 points a game in 2011.
Described as beautiful, aggressive and at once both soft and sharp, barred owls are an object of fascination and concern. Recent national news reports that barred owls are displacing spotted owls have the Sounder wondering just how the species fits into our island ecosystem, and did it force spotted owls from our isles?
There are some places that no matter how far we travel we always come right back to.
That is especially true for Jennifer Turunen, owner of Deja Vu, an apt name for a store where clothes are resold and re-loved.
More than one year ago, Carole Wallace’s life was changed forever.
Carole was seriously injured last fall after a boat fell on her near her property on Swift Bay. But even as disaster struck Carole said she felt the presence of her faith.
When opera emerged in the 16th century, did audience members think this music would still be performed 450 years later? With the invention of so many mediums that produce a wide array of music, it is somewhat of a miracle that opera managed to survive century after century.