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Fun times at the Columbia Cup

The Columbia Cup golf tournament has been around for years, but I hadn’t heard of it up until about a month ago when I was invited to play. Its origins go back to when the Rock Island Golf Course men’s club took on the Three Lakes men’s club in a two-day match play tournament for bragging rights. It then morphed to the Country Club and Three Lakes for a few years, and this year it was to be Highlander vs. Three Lakes.

Wild add goaltender, defenseman

The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League, have announced that Garrett Nieto and Colton Meekhof have committed as the team prepares for its first season in the BCHL.

River Dogs win World Series championship

The 2015 Columbia Basin River Dogs baseball team can be considered somewhat of a “Cinderella story,” according to their coach, Randy Boruff.

River Dogs win again at World Series

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- The Columbia Basin River Dogs won their second consecutive game at the Senior Babe Ruth World Series on Monday, beating West End-Williamsport (Pa.) 8-3.

NCW travel softball program to be launched

Cliff Johnson has a plan for improving the softball scene in North Central Washington. He’s tired of watching talented players being forced to join travel teams based in the Seattle area or the Tri-Cities, so Johnson is starting a local traveling program.

Former Sox pitcher stifles Wenatchee

YAKIMA – The Yakima Valley Pippins beat the Wenatchee AppleSox 9-2 on Friday at County Stadium to open both teams’ final regular-season series of 2015.

Two Missouri natives added to Wild roster

WENATCHEE -— The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League, have announced that Brandon Puricell and Josh Bell have committed as the team prepares for its first season in the BCHL.
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Leavenworth cancer survivor pedals in Obliteride to raise money for research

Cycling lends itself to life metaphors. The rotating rhythm of the rims. The long winding road with hills, turns and even stretches. The flat tire that forces a patient respite. The triumph of finishing a sweaty, arduous century ride after fighting fatigue and heat. When it comes to literary symbolism, cycling and life ride together.

River Dogs return to World Series

It almost wouldn’t seem like a proper Senior Babe Ruth World series without the presence of the Columbia Basin River Dogs.