There was a somber, emotional tone to the final pre-game football press conference of the season at the University of Arkansas. Bret Bielema, Dan Enos and Paul Rhoads spoke to about 20 members of the Razorback press corps to reflect on last week's close loss to Mississippi State and look ahead to Friday's season ending game against Missouri. The details of preparing for that game took a back seat to the real possibility that each of the three are wrapping up their time at Arkansas.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee housing prices’ rollicking ride through summer and fall slowed a bit in October as the three-month median sales price fell for the first time since March — but not by much. The median for August-September-October slipped to $299,000 from an all-time high of $305,000 the previous month. Listings continued to dwindle — for the year down 8 percent from 2016 — and sales fell 13 percent compared to October of last year. Year to date, the market’s… Stay with the story.
The Wenatchee Valley Business World’s “30 Under 35” program recently honored young community leaders from around the region. We tap their thoughts in this Sunday interview series. Stefanie Clift, 34 Owner-instructor, BeYoutiful Hot Yoga; home loan consultant, New American funding A graduate of Wenatchee Valley College, Clift is a certified yoga instructor, as well as a registered and licensed mortgage lender. At her business, BeYoutiful Hot Yoga Leavenworth, she teaches a variety of classes.
@MaxDenali16@GoHogsWPS@JBB0711@wholehogsports Yeah real stupid to consider the fans first. They pay the bills. Without them there are no coaches, no facilities and no scholarships. But what the heck, who needs those things? Intramural is cool.
@JBB0711@wholehogsports If the color of your uniform determines whether you win or lose, as an athlete you have a problem. Fans are the paying customers. The majority of Hog fans appear prefer Cardinal & White. Not an issue for me but would be worth paying attention to if you coach there.
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