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Razorbacks hang on for exciting win over Palmetto Razorbacks hang on for exciting win over Palmetto

WALHALLA — The Walhalla High School boys’ basketball team stayed ahead of the Palmetto Mustangs throughout the night on Friday.

Walhalla girls balanced in win over Mustangs Walhalla girls balanced in win over Mustangs

WALHALLA — The Palmetto Mustangs pressed the Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team hard early in Friday night’s matchup.

Outdoors: New kayak fishing skills to add to your arsenal this year Outdoors: New kayak fishing skills to add to your arsenal this year

A lot of anglers enter the sport of fishing via a paddle boat — it’s less expensive than buying a motor boat and trailer, and it can be used just about anywhere there’s water.

High school roundup: Seneca, West-Oak girls’ teams earn wins High school roundup: Seneca, West-Oak girls’ teams earn wins

PENDLETON — The Seneca High School girls’ basketball team continued its unbeaten run through Western 3A region play with a strong showing on Friday night at Pendleton.

Could you be a little less vague? Could you be a little less vague?

Willie: No axes to grind and certainly no jealousy. Just wondering why a reporter from an “award winning” paper would bother quoting that …

We are not doomed We are not doomed

Editor: We are bombarded with dire warnings about climate change by preachers, scientists, politicians, opinion writers and others.

MLK’s legacy lives on MLK’s legacy lives on

More than half a century after his death, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a name in history to our younger generations.

Westminster mayor proud of 2018, looking forward to 2019 Westminster mayor proud of 2018, looking forward to 2019

With 2018 in the rearview mirror, Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey said he’s proud of the progress his city has made and has his eyes set on continuing the good work this year.