How to ice skate at the Kraken Community Iceplex in Seattle

The three rinks Kraken Community Iceplex opened on September 10, after transforming the middle third of Northgate Shopping Center into a multi-purpose frozen playground. The Kraken will use it to train. Junior hockey leagues will be playing games. Small children will take skating lessons. Canadian expatriates will go curling. But …

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Business Buzz: Closure of the hub, reopening of the Old Post, official opening of Scheels | Local News

Cameron and Traci Duffin listen to Chuck Florence, David Horgan and Beth Lo in April 2021 at the Old Post in Missoula. The bar and restaurant featured live music until it closed temporarily this summer. Here is some business news in the Missoula area: The Hub Family Entertainment Center announced …

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After their first marriage postponed, this couple donated thousands of cookies

Kaitlyn and Stephen say they immediately “clicked” when they started working together at a software company in Sterling after both graduating from James Madison University. After dating for five years, Stephen proposed to Meridian Park and the couple planned a wedding in Washington. But with thousands of baked cookies (guest …

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Sports weekend in brief | national

SHEBOYGAN, Wisconsin (AP) – The United States has concluded the Ryder Cup in a record-breaking fashion. Daniel Berger beat Matt Fitzpatrick 1-up in Sunday’s final game to close a 19-9 win for the Americans, the biggest blowout since the competition was changed to its current format in 1979. The United …

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Committee for the skatepark tribute to Strasbourg seeking help | Nvdaily

STRASBOURG – It doesn’t have to be extravagant. If it’s built, they will come. This is the direction that the Tribute to Trent Williams Skatepark is now taking to realize a dream of many years. “This is supposed to be for scooters, bikes and all things,” said Jennifer Williams, Trent’s …

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Vincent Zhou and Alysa Liu Secure U.S. Figure Skating Places for Third Olympics

Vincent Zhou poses with his bronze medal after the men’s competition at the US Figure Skating Championships on January 17, 2021 in Las Vegas. On Friday, Zhou landed four quadruple jumps in a near-clean exit from his “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” free skate, the same routine he hopes to perform …

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Skate park announced for Mitchell; 11-year-old boy makes his wish come true

Around the same time next year, the community of Mitchell may have their own skate park. Tim Fehr, co-chair of the Mitchell Community Center and District board, said plans were underway to build a 5,200 square foot concrete skate park south of the tennis courts. The announcement comes less than …

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Filipino figure skaters miss their spot at the Winter Olympics

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 26) – Filipino figure skaters Edrian Celestino and Sofia Frank failed to qualify for the 2022 Winter Olympics, after facing a tough field at the 2021 Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany. Canadian-born Celestino totaled 176.10 points to finish 18th overall out of 30 male figure …

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Friday sports in brief | Herald of the Three Cities

GOLF SHEBOYGAN, Wisconsin (AP) – The United States took a 6-2 lead to their biggest advantage on day one of the Ryder Cup since 1975. Teaming up with Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas led a 3-point United States return in Friday’s final four-ball game to save a half-point tie against Tommy …

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5 reasons why cruising isn’t just for older travelers – from ship to shore!

From its inception, cruising was immediately stereotyped as an exclusive type of vacation for older travelers. Over the past decade, many cruise lines have chosen to innovate in ships and experiences to attract a younger generation of cruise passengers. The ships are launching the classic cruise protocol to create a …

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