By MOLLY COOPER, PGA
SPOKANE, Wash. – Indian
Canyon GC – 6,255 Yards, Par 72, $135,000
The team from King and
Kokanee with PGA Professional Brad Hansen of Stoneridge GC (Blanchard, ID) and
amateurs Jeff Hansen, Patrick McLaughlin, Chad O'Donnell and Peter Rusnak were
By CHRISTINE ARMARIOAP Education Writer
The percentage of young adults earning a college degree has increased slightly but still remains far below the level needed to reach the president's goal of having the U.S. rank first worldwide in college graduates.
Data being released by the Education
COEUR d'ALENE, Idaho – A Coeur D'Alene woman went for a career change, but what she says she got instead, was scammed.
Laurie Thomas used to work as a massage therapist, but cut back on hours – and income – to chase her dream of becoming a trucker.
She enrolled in the
By CALVIN WOODWARDAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - A look at where Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney stand on a selection of issues:
ABORTION and BIRTH CONTROL:
Obama: Supports abortion rights. Health care law requires contraceptives to be available
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - Yale Law School is starting a Ph.D. in law, calling it the first such degree program in the country.
The program is designed to prepare students who have earned a degree from an American law school to become law professors.
The first class of Ph.D. students will begin next
By AMY FORLITIAssociated Press
RIVER FALLS, Wis. (AP) - A man suspected of killing his three young daughters unexpectedly contacted their mother Tuesday, asking to stop by for a visit. He later called her to say he had hurt the girls, police said Wednesday, and, soon after, authorities found
By KANTELE FRANKO and MITCH STACYAssociated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Exploding freight cars full of ethanol made for a dramatic early morning scene in Ohio's capital on Wednesday, but officials said the train derailment that led to a hurried evacuation of an urban neighborhood could have
By KASIE HUNTAssociated Press
HOUSTON (AP) - Unflinching before a skeptical NAACP crowd, Mitt Romney declared Wednesday he'd do more for African-Americans than Barack Obama, the nation's first black president. He drew jeers when he lambasted the Democrat's policies.
"If you want a
By SHANNON DININNYAssociated Press
TOPPENISH, Wash. (AP) - A fire at a private, liberal arts college in Washington state has left school officials scrambling to ensure academics aren't adversely affected and grateful that more wasn't lost for the largely minority students who make up the
By MATTHEW PERRONEAP Health Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Drugmakers that market powerful painkiller medications will be required to fund training programs to help U.S. doctors and other health professionals safely prescribe the drugs, which are blamed for thousands of fatal overdoses each year.