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The band plans to leave the FC campus at 11 a.m and return to school by 3 p.m. This is the first official festival this semester where the professional judicators will critique the band both on performance and musical abilities. Although this is only
In the fall, you watched birds fly south, and you imagined them calling to one another. Winter teased you with outdoor challenges and fresh, brisk air...You wonder what it might be like to live closely with nature...In the book Muskrat for Supper by
The robber known as the River Rat for crimes on both sides of the Columbia River has been sentenced to 27 years for a string of heists in Clark County, Wash., in 2009. The Columbian reports ( http://is.gd/waOsZc ) that Tuesday's court hearing wrapped
A 34-year-old man has pleaded guilty in federal court to four Portland bank robberies attributed to the "River Rat Bandit." The River Rat is blamed for a 2009 series of armed robberies on both sides of the Columbia River that netted more than $96,000.
Half of the River Rat bandit pair was sentenced Thursday to 18 years in prison for his role in four Portland-area bank robberies. Travis Lee Oles, 36, of Portland plead guilty to four counts of bank robbery Thursday...Oles planned the robberies and
Todd Anderson for The New York Times Davey Johnson is the manager of the Sanford River Rats of the Florida Collegiate Summer League. It's no biggie in my mind, he said when asked if his two-month coaching position for a courtesy salary was a comedown
Wash. — The man accused of being the River Rat Robber pleaded not guilty in Vancouver to five charges. Police believe the holdups of three cash advance stores and two banks in Vancouver were part of a string of 18 robberies last summer and fall in
A Clark County Superior Court judge set bail at $2 million Wednesday for the River Rat suspect’s alleged accomplice, a Portland man who authorities say served as the getaway driver in at least five armed robberies. Travis Lee Oles, 35, made his first
Here is a press release from the Puyallup Police Department: On Friday, October 9, 2009 the Puyallup Police Department led a multi-agency investigation that resulted in the apprehension of the River Rat Bandit...The River Rat Bandit is believed to be
The FBI says the reward for information leading to the arrest of the "River Rat" bank robber is now $15,000. FBI spokeswoman Beth Anne Steele says the banking industry in Washington has added $5,000 to the initial reward offered in Oregon.