March 13, 2014 | Vol. 117 -- No. 47

Looking Back

10 Years Ago

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The Medical Lake Cardinals won the 1964 Northeast A League boy\'s basketball championship with a 16-1 league record and finished 19-2 overall following their 75-66 loss to Elma at the state A tournament title game in Tacoma. Pictured (front row l-r): Bob Bell, Louis Evans, Rocky Draper, Carl Liggins and Larry Tarrant. (back row l-r): John Brewer, Jim Hillbrick, John Marsalis, Alan Gilbreth, Jim Wiess, Gary Glasgow and coach Kent Mathison. Manager is Jerry Murray.

March 18, 2004

Eastern Washington qualified for the school's first-ever trip to the NCAA basketball tournament following their 71-59 win over Northern Arizona. The Eagles, 17-12 and a 15th seed, would face Oklahoma State, 27-3 and a No. 2 seed in Kansas City.

A disturbed man wielding a hatchet held a clerk at bay in FHL Liquidators. Once police officer Dave Mather arrived, drew his sidearm and ordered the man to drop the hatchet he did so and was arrested.

Problems at Medical Lake's skate park had neighbors up in arms and they voiced their displeasure over the situation at a re...

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