By Ann McCreary Four short comedies with a common theme — love and relationships at various stage of life — will be presented in a Readers’ Theater production Friday and Saturday nights (April 17 – 18) at The Merc Playhouse. “This show is guaranteed to make you laugh,” said director Laurelle Walsh. “Some of it is hilarious, and some is bittersweet. […]
How it’s done
Connor Walsh, left, and Korrie Bourn ran dribbling drills for young players at the Number 5 Basketball Camp at Liberty Bell High School last week. The two former LBHS classmates and basketball stars taught morning and afternoon sessions to some 30 first- through eighth-grade students who signed up for the four-day clinic.
Where are they now? Founding girls launch soccer legacy
By Mike Maltais
Prominently displayed in the trophy case inside the entrance of Liberty Bell High School is a commemorative cup forever immortalizing the names of those girls who were the first on the field as the school’s inaugural Lady Lions’ varsity soccer team 12 years ago.
It reads: The Founder’s Cup, Liberty Bell High School’s Inaugural Soccer Team, 2000
Engraved on the base of the cup are 16 names: …
Over the River and Through the Woods cooks up family ties
By Marcy Stamper
Over the River and Through the Woods. The title recalls the warmth of a visit to grandmother’s house evoked by the popular Thanksgiving poem. But for people who have spent their entire lives rooted in one place, those ordinary geographic features can loom as an unbridgeable gulf and a reminder of the vastness of this continent. Joe DiPietro’s comedic drama Over the River and Through the Woods, opening this weekend
Two named to Dean’s List Winthrop residents Elizabeth Dicus, Connor Fisher and Alex Ulmer have been named to the spring 2013 dean’s list at Eastern Washington University. WSU Honor Roll Twisp resident Connor Walsh has been named to the president’s honor roll for the 2013 spring semester at Washington State University.