Sunday, January 04, 2015

2014 In Review Part II April To June

April   Mariners begin season, start by sweeping Al West Powerhouse LA Angels
Former Oregon Duck Basketball coach Ernie Kent tapped to lead WSU Cougar Men's Basketball
King County Sheriff's office in Maple Valley reopened
Stephen Colbert named to replace David Letterman sometime this year (2015).
Embattled Democratic State Senator Rodney Tom from Bellevue decides not to run for reelection.
We spend a few days enjoying the sun in Las Vegas (Liberace's piano pictured above)
LA Clipper owner Donald Sterling stirs a firestorm with remarks secretly recorded.

May  Seahawks sign star cornerback Richard Sherman to a new contract.
Seahawks team drafts speedster Paul Richardson from Colorado.
Casey Kasem's long running feud goes public in a major way when family reports him missing.
Ailing Kasem turns up here in Washington.
KOMO 4 long time evening news anchor Dan Lewis retires.
We take fun trip to Ocean Shores.
Blue Mountain Humane Society names my brother Steve Volunteer Of The Year.
After Donald Sterling banned from NBA, Seattle Microsoft Billionaire Steve Balmer buys the Clippers.

June  Seattle becomes first large city in nation to adapt 15 dollars an hour minimum wage.
Tragedy strikes when gunman goes on rampage at Seattle Pacific University.
Seahawk star Richard Sherman moves to Maple Valley
American Top 40 legend Casey Kasem dies
Popular San Diego Baseball Hall Of Famer and former Walla Walla Padre Tony Gwinn dies.
Barers go to Washington State Democratic Convention in Spokane.
Rabbi James Mirel conducts last service at Temple B'Nai Torah.

No comments: