LocalState says it’s time to ‘Claim Your Cash’
NEW — 6 a.m. April 20, 2014
More than 3 million people have unclaimed money and assets held in trust by the Washington State Department of Revenue.
Check here to see if you have a share of the nearly $1 billion in property waiting to be claimed.
“Even if you’ve checked the website or made a claim in the past, everyone should visit the website at least once a year,” Department of Revenue Director Carol K. Nelson said in a news release. “The list of names and money we receive grows each year.”
SportsSkyline’s Alex Appel preserves shutout victory
Don Braman has a conundrum most soccer coaches would love to have — three quality goalkeepers and only one starting spot.
Senior Jack O’Keefe and junior Brice Escobar are the most experienced players fighting for time, but sophomore Alex Appel has been just as good during the Skyline Spartans’ nine-game unbeaten streak to start the season.
Appel came in for the second half and made three crucial saves in the last 15 minutes, helping Skyline beat the visiting Roosevelt Roughriders, 1-0, in Class 4A KingCo Conference boys soccer action April 7.
SchoolsThoughts about ‘my husband’s stupid record collection’
NEW — 6:30 p.m. April 9, 2014
I recently read an article on Jezebel about female music writers and women in the music industry in general.
The article focused on a blog run by a woman named Sarah O’Holla, called “My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection.” The blog has brought up a great amount of discussion among the music and feminist communities in the past few weeks.
Why is it such a point of interest? Well, O’Holla’s blog is based on the idea of her exploring her husband’s expansive record collection and writing stream-of-consciousness reviews from the point of view of a person not immersed in the music industry.