Two bears. One billboard. It was short lived, but it caused quite a stir.
Image courtesy The Great PNW/Joel Barbour
An Eastern Washington University volleyball coach was fired after allegedly paying an athlete $300 for work she did during the summer, according to a university investigation
Dorje Dolma, author of Yak Girl
, will bring her story about growing up in the Dolpo region of Nepal
to Auntie’s Bookstore today.
IN OTHER NEWS:
President Donald Trump said that the investigation into his potential obstruction of justice was a “setup and a trap”
on Wednesday morning. “There was no Collusion (it is a Hoax) and there is no Obstruction of Justice (that is a setup & trap),” the president tweeted. The remarks come as special counsel Robert Mueller and Trump’s lawyers negotiate a possible interview between the two men. (Washington Post
Watch where you point that thing
As Idaho’s gubernatorial race heats up, so too does Georgia’s. Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, one of the candidates, is facing criticism
for pointing a shotgun at a teen in one of his advertisements. The teen, “Jake,” is apparently interested in one of the candidate’s daughters. Ugh. (Washington Post
Vandals didn't take the handles
The May Day march in Seattle yesterday was one of the more peaceful events in the last few years. Often marked by vandalism and violence
, only one demonstrator was arrested. (Seattle Times