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woodinville girls, shorecrest boys book trips to tacoma dome


the riverhawks fought to within a point in the final minute, but the falcons, behind 14 points from regan schenck, won the regional matchup 49-44. the adversity started to pile up, first with early foul trouble for the woodinville high school girls basketball team.then, chiawana kept pushing and attacking, but the falcons certainly bristled at the thought of succumbing and ending a still-promising season.junior guard regan schenck made sure the falcons got the job done, providing 14 points and four assists in a hard-fought 49-44 win over chiawana of pasco on saturday in a class 4a loser-out regional game at bothell high school.woodinville (19-4) sputtered early and finally gained control of the lead late. the falcons opened a 45-38 lead with 3 minutes, 35 seconds left in the game and fende






high water prompts no-wake zone on st. croix this weekend


the swelling st. croix river will fall short of minor flood stage when it peaks tuesday, but in the meantime a no-wake zone will be enforced for the weekend.the no-wake zone will go into effect saturday afternoon when the st. croix’s elevation exceeds 683 feet, said sgt. kyle schenck of the washington county sheriff’s office. the river is expected to crest at 684.5 feet, only 2-1/2 feet short of the benchmark for minor flooding.the benchmark for major flooding on the st. croix is 689 feet.schenck said the no-wake zone will extend along a 52-mile stretch from taylors falls, in chisago county, south to where the st. croix drains into the mississippi river at prescott, wis.the zone will protect boaters from flood-related hazards such as floating debris and river currents, he said. it also red






high water prompts no-wake zone on st. croix this weekend


the swelling st. croix river should fall short of minor flood stage when it peaks tuesday, but in the meantime a no-wake zone will be enforced for the weekend.the no-wake zone will go into effect saturday afternoon when the st. croix's elevation exceeds 683 feet, said sgt. kyle schenck of the washington county sheriff's office.the river is expected to crest at 684.5 feet, 2 ½ feet short of the benchmark for minor flooding. the benchmark for major flooding on the st. croix is 689 feet.schenck said the no-wake zone will extend along a 52-mile stretch from taylors falls in chisago county south to where the st. croix drains into the mississippi river at prescott, wis.the zone will protect boaters from flood-related hazards such as floating debris and river currents, he said. it also reduces da






gov. cuomo says state ready for region’s blizzard monday


advertisement | advertise on newsdaya school bus stops to pick up students on schenck avenue in great neck, march 21, 2016, after snow fell on the first full day of spring on long island. (credit: newsday/ william perlman) gov. andrew m. cuomo on sunday announced state preparations for a potential blizzard that forecasters say could pummel long island and the region with high winds and up to 2 feet of snow.a blizzard watch issued by the national weather service is in effect sunday for suffolk and nassau counties through wednesday at 12 a.m. but it was targeted mainly for late monday night into tuesday.at...






forecasters: blizzard watch issued, 2 feet possible for li


advertisement | advertise on newsdaya school bus stops to pick up students on schenck avenue in great neck, march 21, 2016, after snow fell on the first full day of spring on long island. (credit: newsday/ william perlman) potential snowfall in the blizzard predicted to pummel long island and the region monday night into tuesday is now expected to be up to 2 feet, a national weather service briefing said sunday morning.a blizzard watch issued by the service is in effect for suffolk and nassau, effective through wednesday at 12 a.m. but it was targeted mainly for late monday night into tuesday.news 12...






gov. cuomo says state ready for region’s blizzard monday


advertisement | advertise on newsdaya school bus stops to pick up students on schenck avenue in great neck, march 21, 2016, after snow fell on the first full day of spring on long island. (credit: newsday/ william perlman) gov. andrew m. cuomo on sunday announced state preparations for a potential blizzard that forecasters say could pummel long island and the region with high winds and up to 2 feet of snow.a blizzard watch issued by the national weather service is in effect sunday for suffolk and nassau counties through wednesday at 12 a.m. but it was targeted mainly for late monday night into tuesday.news...






long island weather: ‘blizzard watch’ monday night to tuesday


advertisement | advertise on newsdaya school bus stops to pick up students on schenck avenue in great neck, march 21, 2016, after snow fell on the first full day of spring on long island. (credit: newsday/ william perlman) the national weather service has issued a “blizzard watch” for long island and the metro area, beginning monday night to tuesday evening.long islanders should brace for 12 to 18 inches of snow that could start arriving late monday, the upton-based service said.tuesday’s nor’easter could reduce visibility to less than a quarter of a mile at times, the nws said on its website.“this...






long island weather: ‘blizzard watch’ monday night to tuesday


advertisement | advertise on newsdaya school bus stops to pick up students on schenck avenue in great neck, march 21, 2016, after snow fell on the first full day of spring on long island. (credit: newsday/ william perlman) the national weather service has issued a “blizzard watch” for long island and the metropolitan area, beginning monday night to tuesday evening.long islanders should brace for 12 to 18 inches of snow that could start arriving late monday, the upton-based service said.tuesday’s nor’easter could reduce visibility to less than a quarter of a mile at times, the nws said on its website.“this...






is false speech free speech?


to the editor: although it is correct and important to say that “hate speech” is legally protected, this op-ed article is misleading. (“actually, hate speech is protected speech,” opinion, june 8)for instance, in the famous supreme court decision in schenck vs. united states in 1919, the constitutional principle about not “shouting fire in a crowded theater” is not actually bad law as suggested. nor is it accurate to suggest that such speech is illegal or unethical only if it is false.a better example is from the libertarian philosopher john stuart mill: it is still criminal to incite mob violence or carnage at the house of a corn dealer even if the speech there is true. another reason not to make truth or falsity the test of protected speech is that what was once thought false might turn






students give back by building lending libraries for low-income schools – the de


kate sneed needed a way to engage her geometry students at riseup community school and found the perfect project: building lending libraries for underserved elementary schools in low-income neighborhoods.the real-world application of mathematics and the knowledge the class would be helping the community helped get the students on board.“we talked about what it’s doing for the kids,” student loyd martinez, 15, said. “it can open doors for students.”many riseup students also came from underserved areas and know firsthand about not having access to books. the alternative school takes in students who have dropped out or are on the verge of dropping out of high school.kathryn scott, yourhubsecond-grade students help jazmin pina, 17, top left, and other students from riseup community high school






from grauman's to tcl: 90 years of the chinese theatre


by susan kingmay 11, 2017it opened on hollywood boulevard 90 years ago in spectacular fashion with the lavish premiere of cecil b. demille’s religious epic “the king of kings.”master showman sid grauman had built other movie palaces — the million dollar theatre in downtown l.a. and the egyptian theatre in hollywood — but the theater he named grauman’s chinese was the culmination of his dreams.in the years since its may 16 unveiling, the chinese has had various owners and renovations; the most recent transformed it into the tcl chinese theatre imax. under any name, it is perhaps the most famous movie theater in the world. an estimated 5 million people a year visit its signature forecourt of the stars, snapping photos (and now selfies) of handprints and footprints left in cement by stars ran






hogwarts, the klondike gold rush and more


hogwarts, the klondike gold rush — and heaven dogs.where on earth are you?here’s another clue to get you started:clue: first the million dollar and the egyptian — and then this icon.answer: …sid grauman’s movie palaces were a thing of legend in 1920s hollywood. the back story is even better.grauman and his father, david, made their fortune during the klondike gold rush — not from gold, but from entertaining miners and prospectors. their midas touch with theatrical entertainment continued in san francisco, where they opened a vaudeville hall, the unique theatre, and the lyceum, the first of a long line of theater projects.moving to hollywood, grauman opened first the grand million dollar theater, then the stunning egyptian theatre and finally grauman’s chinese theatre. throngs of film lover






entrepreneur magazine


november 2016: issue snaps the second-annual entrepreneur 360tm list reveals the most well-rounded, independently-owned companies in america, based on their impact, innovation, growth and leadership. the november issue also tackles how founders have rebounded from their first big mistake and the valuable lessons gleaned during recovery. cyrus schenck, founder of a small ski company called renoun, and other entrepreneurs share how they've overcome multiple obstacles to make their companies stronger. innovator parker schnabel of discovery channel's gold rush, has likewise seen his fair share of problems, from broken machinery to fighting employees. but that hasn't stopped the 22-year-old from running a successful gold-mining mining business--in the extreme conditions of the yu no less. bu






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: newsday/j. conrad williams jr.)there were moment where blizzard like conditions impaired the visibility for motorist and pedestrians alike on n au rd. in roosevelt during snow storm 2017 thursday feb. 9, 2017.(credit: danielle finkelstein)cars drive down jackson ave in syosset, thursday evening, feb. 9, 2017, with snow still atop their vehicles. (credit: steve pfost)carlos ortiz, of brentwood, shovels in front of his home as more than a foot of snow fell on parts of long island thursday, feb. 9, 2017.advertisementadvertise here(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a long island rail road rider is helped by a fellow rider as he struggles to navigate the snow-covered steps leading to the platform at the port jefferson lirr station on thursday afternoon, feb. 9, 2017. neither the steps no






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a payloader, left, comes to the rescue of town of brookhaven snow plow truck that got stuck in the snow at the intersection of route 25a and main st. in setauket during a major snow storm that hit long island on thursday, feb. 9, 2017.(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a pedestrian makes his way along east main st. in port jefferson during a major snow storm that hit long island on thursday, feb. 7, 2017.(credit: newsday/thomas a. ferrara)a p enger looks out of the door of a long island rail road car in the snow at the ron koma rail road station during a snow storm on the evening of feb. 9, 2017.advertisementadvertise here(credit: newsday/thomas a. ferrara)long island rail road p engers make their way through the snow in the parking lot of the ron koma train






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a payloader comes to the rescue of town of brookhaven snowplow truck that got stuck at the intersection of route 25a and main street in setauket during a major snowstorm that hit long island on thursday, feb. 9, 2017.(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a pedestrian cuts a lonely figure along east main street in port jefferson during a major snowstorm that hit long island on thursday, feb. 9, 2017.(credit: newsday/thomas a. ferrara)a p enger peers out the door of a long island rail road car during a stop at the ron koma station as a daylong snowstorm winds down across long island on thursday, feb. 9, 2017.advertisementadvertise here(credit: newsday/thomas a. ferrara)long island rail road p engers make their way through the snow in the parking lot of the ron kom






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: howard schnapp)commuters at the lirr station in mineola on friday, feb. 10, 2017.(credit: howard schnapp)cars navigate an icy jericho turnpike in mineola on friday, feb. 10, 2017.(credit: ed betz)p engers wait for a morning train at the ron koma station in ron koma, feb. 10, 2017.advertisementadvertise here(credit: howard schnapp)a pedestrians crosses an icy old country road in mineola on friday, feb. 10, 2017.(credit: howard schnapp)maria henderson braves the cold at the lirr station in mineola on friday, feb. 10, 2017.(credit: howard schnapp)a pedestrians walk an icy mineola boulevard in mineola on friday, feb. 10, 2017.(credit: howard schnapp)commuters at the lirr station on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a payloader comes to the rescue of tow






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: howard schnapp)commuters at the lirr station on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: howard schnapp)cars navigate an icy jericho tpke on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: ed betz)p engers wait for a morning train at the ron koma station in ron koma, feb. 10, 2017.advertisementadvertise here(credit: howard schnapp)a pedestrians crosses an icy old country road on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: howard schnapp)maria henderson braves the cold at the lirr station on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: howard schnapp)a pedestrians walk an icy mineola blvd on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: howard schnapp)commuters at the lirr station on friday, feb. 10, 2017 in mineola.(credit: newsday/john paraskevas)a payloader comes to the rescue of town of broo






snowstorm hits long island feb. 9, 2017


(credit: james carbone)westbound lie between exits 65-64 in medford covered with slush and ice on friday, feb. 10, 2017, a day after the snowstorm dumped more than a foot of snow.(credit: james carbone)a section of the westbound long island expressway in suffolk county was rutted and slushy as the sun rose friday, feb. 10, 2017. the snow between exits 65 and 64 in medford fell the day before.(credit: james carbone)a driver cleans her car at a rest stop at exit 65 on the long island expressway on friday, feb. 10, 2017, a day after a snowstorm dumped more than a foot of snow across long island.advertisementadvertise here(credit: howard schnapp)as the sun starts to rise friday, feb. 10, 2017, vehicles traveling on old country road in mineola encountered an icy, snow-rutted thoroughfare.(credi






opioids: sierra leone's newest public health emergency |


freetown, sierra leone - the dark street corner would have been silent if not for the grumble of a motorbike. it was nearing midnight, but for ibrahim sesay - a 27-year-old motorbike taxi driver in freetown - the evening had just begun. he pulled four small pills from his breast pocket, gulped them down without water and set off into the night.      "every night i take tramadol, for the past year at least," he explained, referring to the pills."lots of [motorbike taxi drivers] take it. it helps me stay awake while i work, but now i can't do anything without it. i have to take it when i wake up or i feel sick ... it is scares me because i don't really know what to do and i think it's getting worse." read more: drug traffic fuels addiction in sierra leone sesay said he had never heard of tra






enjoy the cold front - another extended thaw brewing - wedge tornadoes in new or


more ice than snow this winter - what's going on?the first couple of ice storms were fun - now it's getting to be a colossal pain in the (doppler).aerisweather meteorologist and resident statistician d.j. kayser counts 15 days since december 1 with either rain or freezing rain (glaze ice). 22 days since november 1.between extended thaws and rain mucking up the snow, no wonder skiers, skaters and snowmobile enthusiasts are in a dark funk.i thought we were in a weak la nina cooling phase of the pacific. months ago the official noaa forecast called for a colder than average winter. uh huh. the latest outlook calls for a weak el nino warm phase returning by spring.speaking of warming ecmwf (european) model data now has the msp metro above 40f from friday thru most of next week; temperatures th