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Brothers Cade and Kellen Bringhurst bond over drives, putts and hitting par. Usually, the duo find themselves getting competitive on the course against each other for the best score. Last week, Ridgefield senior Cade Bringhurst golfed in the Oregon Amateur Golf Tournament and his brother was…

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Due to pandemic-related safety guidelines and travel restrictions, the West Coast League Board of Directors voted to cancel its 2020 summer collegiate season last week. League members Cowlitz, Port Angeles, Walla Walla, Yakima Valley and Ridgefield are canceling their respective seasons.

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With the novel coronavirus changing our lives like never before, a new type of digital revolution has taken over. 

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Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I’ve been to the Ape Caves south of Mount St. Helens a number of times. I went once with some family friends, again with a youth Bible Study group and a third time with a group of people I can’t remember how I met. The cold, dark lava tube has a homey yet…

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Gov. Jay Inslee’s order closing all public and private schools in Washington until April 24 put the brakes on high school soccer, baseball, track and and softball teams that were just about to launch in the spring sports season. 

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Both the Battle Ground Tigers and the La Center Wildcats lost in the first non-regional round of the respective 4A and 1A tournaments at the Tacoma Dome and Yakima Sun Dome last week. The Tigers went into the tournament ranked 12th and put up a fight but lost 78-57 to No. 5 Federal Way on We…

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A four-game winning streak kept the season alive for the Woodland Beavers last week as the fifth-place seed in the 2A Greater Saint Helens league won a tiebreaker game to move on. Following the tiebreaker win against Mark Morris, the Beavers went on to defeat Aberdeen, No. 1 seed Columbia Ri…