“Pressing On” is the story of two family-owned newspapers, The Seattle Times and The Wenatchee World. They’re steeped in Washington history and dedicated to public-service journalism. Presenters include Frank and Ryan Blethen (The Seattle Times) Rowland Thompson (Allied Daily Newspapers), and Rufus and Wilfred Woods (The Wenatchee World).
Why is it that nearly every time the Mariners sign some big name free agent with a hot bat, he comes to Seattle to go through his slump? Then, once he’s totally worthless and we trade him for next to nothing (or release him for absolutely nothing), he “finds his swing” again and leads his team to the postseason? Seriously, there are dozens of examples of players who’ve done that.
SOLD: 1 tiny town, to Bothell couple, for $360,000 By Erik Lacitis, Seattle Times staff reporter WAUCONDA, Okanogan County This town has a gas pump, a restaurant, a small store, a four-bedroom house and its own ZIP code, 98859. And in a few weeks after being listed for sale on eBay it’ll have new owners. It’s a story of the travails of selling property on the site, the winning bidder