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Two Penguins to be Named Athlete of the Year

Two more Penguins will go down in history as the best competitors in their sports.

James Breen and Bryan Berg will receive NWAC Baden Athlete of the Year awards at the Red Lion in Bellevue on June 2, making them two of three Clark athletes to ever win the award. 490 more words

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Two-sport prep star Abdul-Haqq is ready for the next level

When 17-year-old Malik Abdul-Haqq starts telling a story about ditching school early on a Friday afternoon, it sounds like the beginning of a tale we’ve all heard before. 2,637 more words

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Happy New Year : Now what!

Wow It’s a new year!  But now what?  Each year, most of us reflect on what has happened during the previous year.  So I thought I would go back to some of my favorite AHA, DUH, and What da moments in 2015? 29 more words

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Oregon Small School Rankings: Linfield Still Number 1, Western Oregon Wins 5th-Straight

Linfield remains in the top spot in this week’s Oregon Small School rankings after defeating George Fox University 24-0, their lowest margin of victory of the season while Western Oregon Football continue their winning ways with their fifth-straight game Saturday afternoon. 381 more words

Sports

COLLEGEBOUND: Cole Hamilton Commits to Western Oregon University.

By Jeremy McDonald

jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com

SALEM, Ore.—Walking into the classroom of Chris Lee, the North Salem High School Head Baseball Coach, is recently committed Western Oregon University Wolves catcher Cole Hamilton. 833 more words

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New Research in Interpreting Studies: Western Oregon University

Western Oregon University offers one of the hottest degrees around: an online MA in interpreting studies that gives working interpreters a chance to earn a graduate degree, network, and produce original research. 45 more words

Advancing Interpreting Knowledge

UNI NOTES 09.13.15: Kovacs has Spartans jumping for joy, CIS No. 2 earns weekend split

Vanessa Kovacs had great reason to jump for joy Saturday on her home pitch at Rogers Field in Langley.

Kovacs scored twice in the final five minutes of the opening half, carrying the CIS No. 498 more words

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