September 30, 2015
NEW — 5:08 p.m. Sept. 30, 2015
“POW-MIA ceremony marks extraordinary pilot’s story,” in the Sept. 24 of The Issaquah Press, named incorrectly the branch of service in which Maj. Larry Hanley served. Hanley, who was missing in action for roughly 43 years, served in the Air Force.
April 8, 2014
Book details a life in the Washington State Patrol
If Jack Webb was ever to jump off the silver screen of “Dragnet” and plop down in front of an old Selectric typewriter to chronicle his adventures into a memoir, it might look and sound a lot like what’s in the pages of John Young’s “Super Trooper.”
After nearly 30 years within the ranks of the Washington State Patrol, the 74-year-old Olympia native, now living in the Issaquah Highlands, found himself sharing tales of his exploits from the earlier years on the force at family or friendly gatherings. Such as this anecdote:
“The only other time I was truly scared, I thought I had stopped Patty Hearst and her crew,” he said in a recent interview, recalling the newspaper heiress who was kidnapped and eventually joined her captors in a bank heist.