NEWBERG, Ore. — The George Fox University football team is getting ready for the 2017 season. For 10 of the players, this is a special year. They’re called “zero years." Players who started in the program in 2013 when George Fox brought back its football program. Now they’re in their fifth year at school but the fourth playing football. That first year they only practiced. The field they use now didn’t exist and they didn’t have a locker room.
TIGARD, Ore. -- A dream has come true for an army veteran and his family. U.S. Army Sgt. First Class Wade Mitcheltree (Ret.) and his family moved into a new home. And it's not just any home. It's a smart home. Mitcheltree was seriously injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Afghanistan in 2012. He’s a triple amputee. The home was built for the Mitcheltrees by Gary Sinise Foundation’s R.I.S.E. program. “It’s a little overwhelming when you get accepted into the R.I.S.E.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The 2017 Little League Softball World Series is set to start at Alpenrose. Ten teams from as far away as the Philippines and Czech Republic are here to play. A team representing the South Beaverton Little League is also playing. South Beaverton first baseman Hailey Stutzman said, “I’m so excited this is really a big deal.”The team from the Czech Republic traveled more than 5,000 miles to get to Portland. They represent the Europe-Africa region.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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