Washington – Heart Of America Northwest http://heartofamericanorthwest.org/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:37:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-49.png Washington – Heart Of America Northwest http://heartofamericanorthwest.org/ 32 32 2022 NFL draft order, team needs: Washington drops 9 spots after beating Seahawks for third straight win https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/2022-nfl-draft-order-team-needs-washington-drops-9-spots-after-beating-seahawks-for-third-straight-win/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:32:00 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/2022-nfl-draft-order-team-needs-washington-drops-9-spots-after-beating-seahawks-for-third-straight-win/ It’s been another crazy week in the NFL, resulting in some big changes to the draft order. With the season moving into Week 13, the draft draws closer and it’s time to take a look at how things stack up. But first, every week Ryan Wilson, Chris Trapasso, and I produce fictitious drafts for CBSSports.com. […]]]>

It’s been another crazy week in the NFL, resulting in some big changes to the draft order. With the season moving into Week 13, the draft draws closer and it’s time to take a look at how things stack up.

But first, every week Ryan Wilson, Chris Trapasso, and I produce fictitious drafts for CBSSports.com. In Wilson’s latest, he has the Texans, Falcons and Saints taking the quarters in the first round. Trapasso has Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett soaring on the board. It was almost a consensus that Oregon rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux would be taken No. 1 overall by the Lions. For a more in-depth draft discussion beyond the simulated drafts, check out our weekly show every Tuesday on YouTube!

Here is the updated NFL 2022 Draft Order, via Tankathon.com:

1. Lions (0-10-1)

Team needs: WR, CB, OG, LB, DT
Notable free agents: WR Kalif Raymond, S Tracy Walker, WR Josh Reynolds, LB Alex Anzalone, DL Da’shawn Hand

2. Texans (2-9)

Team needs: QB, TE, OG, CB, S
Notable free agents: S Justin Reid, RB David Johnson, RB Phillip Lindsay, DT Maliek Collins, QB Tyrod Taylor

3. Jaguars (2-9)

Team needs: OT, C, LB, DT, TE
Notable free agents: OT Cam Robinson, WR DJ Chark, OG AJ Cann, DT Taven Bryan, CB Tre Herndon

4. Jets (via trade with 3-8 Seahawks)

Team needs: CB, EDGE, OT, LB, TE
Notable free agents: S Marcus Maye, WR Keelan Cole, WR Jamison Crowder, OT Morgan Moses, OL Conor McDermott

5. Jets (3-8)

Team needs: CB, EDGE, OT, LB, TE
Notable free agents: S Marcus Maye, WR Keelan Cole, WR Jamison Crowder, OT Morgan Moses, OL Conor McDermott

6. Giants (4-7)

Team needs: LB, EDGE, OG, C, TE
Notable free agents: TE Evan Engram, S Jabrill Peppers, OG Will Hernandez, EDGE Lorenzo Carter, QB Mike Glennon

7. Giants (via trade with 4-7 bears)

Team needs: LB, EDGE, OG, C, TE
Notable free agents: TE Evan Engram, S Jabrill Peppers, OG Will Hernandez, EDGE Lorenzo Carter, QB Mike Glennon

8. Eagles (5-7)

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

9. Eagles (via trade with 5-7 dolphins)

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

10. Panthers (5-7)

Team needs: QB, OT, OG, S, C
Notable free agents: CB Stephon Gilmore, EDGE Haason Reddick, QB Cam Newton, CB Donte Jackson, C Matt Paradis

11. Falcons (5-6)

Team needs: QB, RB, S, LB, EDGE
Notable free agents: EDGE Dante Fowler Jr., WR Cordarrelle Patterson, TE Hayden Hurst, WR Russell Gage, K Younghoe Koo

12. Vikings (5-6)

Team needs: EDGE, OG, CB, LB, WR
Notable free agents: LB Anthony Barr, CB Patrick Peterson, DT Sheldon Richardson, EDGE Everson Griffen, TE Chris Herndon

13. Saints (5-6)

Team needs: QB, WR, CB, TE, S
Notable free agents: OT Terron Armstead, S Marcus Williams, QB Taysom Hill, QB Jameis Winston, CB PJ Williams

14. Eagles (via trade with 6-6 Colts) *

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

15. Browns (6-6)

Team needs: WR, DT, LB, C, EDGE
Notable free agents: EDGE Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE Takk McKinley, TE David Njoku, RB D’Ernest Johnson, DT Malik McDowell

16. Steelers (5-5-1)

Team needs: QB, OT, OG, CB, DT
Notable free agents: QB Ben Roethlisberger, WR James Washington, CB Joe Haden, WR Juju Smith-Schuster, TE Eric Ebron

17. Bronco (6-5)

Team needs: QB, LB, EDGE, OG, OT
Notable free agents: WR Courtland Sutton, S Kareem Jackson, CB Kyle Fuller, RB Melvin Gordon, QB Teddy Bridgewater

18. Raiders (6-5)

Team needs: WR, OG, C, LB, DT
Notable free agents: DT Solomon Thomas, LB KJ Wright, WR DeSean Jackson, QB Marcus Mariota, OG Richie Incognito

19. Washington Football Team (5-6)

Team needs: QB, OT, LB, S, CB
Notable free agents: OG Brandon Scherff, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, OT Charles Leno, RB JD McKissic, LB Jon Bostic

20. Chargers (6-5)

Team needs: DT, OT, WR, EDGE, TE
Notable free agents: WR Mike Williams, OL Oday Aboushi, TE Jared Cook, DT Linval Joseph, CB Chris Harris

21. Dolphins (via trade with 6-5 49ers)

Team needs: OT, OG, C, LB, RB
Notable free agents: WR Will Fuller, EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah, TE Mike Gesicki, C Austin Reiter, QB Jacoby Brissett

22. Tickets (7-4)

Team needs: CB, OG, LB, DT, WR
Notable free agents: CB Levi Wallace, EDGE Jerry Hughes, EDGE Mario Addison, WR Emmanuel Sanders, QB Mitch Trubisky

23. Lions (via trade with 7-4 Aries)

Team needs: WR, CB, OG, LB, DT
Notable free agents: WR Kalif Raymond, S Tracy Walker, WR Josh Reynolds, LB Alex Anzalone, DL Da’shawn Hand

24. Bengals (7-4)

Team needs: CB, C, OG, OT, LB
Notable free agents: OT Riley Reiff, DT Larry Ogunjobi, TE CJ Uzomah, S Jessie Bates III, DT BJ Hill

25. Cowboys (7-4)

Team needs: DT, EDGE, LB, S, TE
Notable free agents: WR Michael Gallup, LB Leighton Vander Esch, EDGE Randy Gregory, OG Connor Williams, TE Dalton Schultz

26. Chiefs (7-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, EDGE, LB, S
Notable free agents: S Tyrann Mathieu, DT Jarran Reed, EDGE Melvin Ingram, OT Orlando Brown Jr., OG Kyle Long

27. Titans (8-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, LB, EDGE, TE
Notable free agents: EDGE Harold Landry, LB Rashaan Evans, LB Jayon Brown, C Ben Jones, K Randy Bullock

28. Buccaneers (8-3)

Team needs: RB, DT, WR, CB, TE
Notable free agents: WR Chris Godwin, EDGE Jason Pierre-Paul, C Ryan Jensen, TE Rob Gronkowski, OG Alex Cappa, CB Carlton Davis, WR Antonio Brown, DT Ndamukong Suh, TE OJ Howard, RB Ronald Jones II, RB Leonard Fournette

29. Patriots (8-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, LB, S, DT
Notable free agents: LB Dont’a Hightower, CB JC Jackson, S Adrian Phillips, OT Trent Brown, S Devin McCourty

30. Packers (9-3)

Team needs: OT, WR, TE, DT, EDGE
Notable free agent: WR Davante Adams, LB De’Vondre Campbell, WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling, TE Robert Tonyan, CB Kevin King

31. Ravens (8-3)

Team needs: OT, OT, LB, EDGE, DT
Notable free agents: EDGE Calais Campbell, DT Brandon Williams, WR Sammy Watkins, EDGE Justin Houston, FB Patrick Ricard

32. Cardinals (9-2)

Team needs: CB, OG, OT, C, DT
Notable free agents: EDGE Chandler Jones, TE Zach Ertz, WR Christian Kirk, RB Chase Edmonds, WR AJ Green

Teams without a first round pick

Seahawks (3-8)

Team needs: OT, CB, OG, EDGE, LB
Notable free agent: OT Duane Brown, S Quandre Diggs, TE Gerald Everett, RB Rashaad Penny, DL Rasheem Green

Bear (4-7)

Team needs: OT, WR, C, CB, DT
Notable free agent: WR Allen Robinson, DT Akiem Hicks, QB Andy Dalton, OG James Daniels, OL Germain Ifedi

49ers (6-5)

Team needs: CB, S, OG, C, WR
Notable free agent: S Jaquiski Tartt, CB K’Waun Williams, RB Raheem Mostert, CB Jason Verrett, OG Laken Tomlinson

Foals (6-6) *

Team needs: CB, WR, TE, OT, EDGE
Notable free agent: WR TY Hilton, OT Eric Fisher, WR Zach Pascal, RB Marlon Mack, TE Mo Alie-Cox

Rams (7-4)

Team needs: OT, TE, LB, EDGE, OG
Notable free agent: EDGE Von Miller, CB Darious Williams, RB Sony Michel, WR Odell Beckham Jr., OG Austin Corbett

* commercial condition provided that Carson Wentz plays at least 75 percent offensive shots of Indianapolis


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2022 NFL Draft Order, Team Needs: Washington, Minnesota Swap Spots After MNF, Saints Gain Six Spots https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/2022-nfl-draft-order-team-needs-washington-minnesota-swap-spots-after-mnf-saints-gain-six-spots/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 13:18:00 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/2022-nfl-draft-order-team-needs-washington-minnesota-swap-spots-after-mnf-saints-gain-six-spots/ Another week is on the books for the 2021-2022 regular season and that brings us closer to the 2022 NFL Draft. It’s been another crazy week in the NFL, resulting in some big changes in the draft order. But first, every week Ryan Wilson, Chris Trapasso, and I produce fictitious drafts for CBSSports.com. In Wilson’s […]]]>

Another week is on the books for the 2021-2022 regular season and that brings us closer to the 2022 NFL Draft. It’s been another crazy week in the NFL, resulting in some big changes in the draft order.

But first, every week Ryan Wilson, Chris Trapasso, and I produce fictitious drafts for CBSSports.com. In Wilson’s latest, he has the Texans, Falcons and Saints taking the quarters in the first round. Trapasso has soaring Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett. It was almost a consensus that Oregon rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux would be taken No. 1 overall by the Lions. For a more in-depth draft discussion beyond the simulated drafts, check out our weekly show every Tuesday on YouTube!

Here’s the updated 2022 NFL Draft Order, via Tankathon.com:

1. Lions (0-10-1)

Team needs: WR, CB, OG, LB, DT
Notable free agents: WR Kalif Raymond, S Tracy Walker, WR Josh Reynolds, LB Alex Anzalone, DL Da’shawn Hand

2. Texans (2-9)

Team needs: QB, TE, OG, CB, S
Notable free agents: S Justin Reid, RB David Johnson, RB Phillip Lindsay, DT Maliek Collins, QB Tyrod Taylor

3. Jaguars (2-9)

Team needs: OT, C, LB, DT, TE
Notable free agents: OT Cam Robinson, WR DJ Chark, OG AJ Cann, DT Taven Bryan, CB Tre Herndon

4. Jets (via trade with 3-8 Seahawks)

Team needs: CB, EDGE, OT, LB, TE
Notable free agents: S Marcus Maye, WR Keelan Cole, WR Jamison Crowder, OT Morgan Moses, OL Conor McDermott

5. Jets (3-8)

Team needs: CB, EDGE, OT, LB, TE
Notable free agents: S Marcus Maye, WR Keelan Cole, WR Jamison Crowder, OT Morgan Moses, OL Conor McDermott

6. Giants (4-7)

Team needs: LB, EDGE, OG, C, TE
Notable free agents: TE Evan Engram, S Jabrill Peppers, OG Will Hernandez, EDGE Lorenzo Carter, QB Mike Glennon

7. Giants (via trade with 4-7 bears)

Team needs: LB, EDGE, OG, C, TE
Notable free agents: TE Evan Engram, S Jabrill Peppers, OG Will Hernandez, EDGE Lorenzo Carter, QB Mike Glennon

8. Eagles (5-7)

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

9. Eagles (via trade with 5-7 dolphins)

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

10. Panthers (5-7)

Team needs: QB, OT, OG, S, C
Notable free agents: CB Stephon Gilmore, EDGE Haason Reddick, QB Cam Newton, CB Donte Jackson, C Matt Paradis

11. Falcons (5-6)

Team needs: QB, RB, S, LB, EDGE
Notable free agents: EDGE Dante Fowler Jr., WR Cordarrelle Patterson, TE Hayden Hurst, WR Russell Gage, K Younghoe Koo

12. Vikings (5-6)

Team needs: EDGE, OG, CB, LB, WR
Notable free agents: LB Anthony Barr, CB Patrick Peterson, DT Sheldon Richardson, EDGE Everson Griffen, TE Chris Herndon

13. Saints (5-6)

Team needs: QB, WR, CB, TE, S
Notable free agents: OT Terron Armstead, S Marcus Williams, QB Taysom Hill, QB Jameis Winston, CB PJ Williams

14. Eagles (via trade with 6-6 Colts) *

Team needs: LB, CB, S, EDGE, WR
Notable free agents: EDGE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, TE Dallas Goedert, EDGE Derek Barnett, CB Avonte Maddox

15. Browns (6-6)

Team needs: WR, DT, LB, C, EDGE
Notable free agents: EDGE Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE Takk McKinley, TE David Njoku, RB D’Ernest Johnson, DT Malik McDowell

16. Steelers (5-5-1)

Team needs: QB, OT, OG, CB, DT
Notable free agents: QB Ben Roethlisberger, WR James Washington, CB Joe Haden, WR Juju Smith-Schuster, TE Eric Ebron

17. Bronco (6-5)

Team needs: QB, LB, EDGE, OG, OT
Notable free agents: WR Courtland Sutton, S Kareem Jackson, CB Kyle Fuller, RB Melvin Gordon, QB Teddy Bridgewater

18. Raiders (6-5)

Team needs: WR, OG, C, LB, DT
Notable free agents: DT Solomon Thomas, LB KJ Wright, WR DeSean Jackson, QB Marcus Mariota, OG Richie Incognito

19. Washington Football Team (5-6)

Team needs: QB, OT, LB, S, CB
Notable free agents: OG Brandon Scherff, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, OT Charles Leno, RB JD McKissic, LB Jon Bostic

20. Chargers (6-5)

Team needs: DT, OT, WR, EDGE, TE
Notable free agents: WR Mike Williams, OL Oday Aboushi, TE Jared Cook, DT Linval Joseph, CB Chris Harris

21. Dolphins (via trade with 6-5 49ers)

Team needs: OT, OG, C, LB, RB
Notable free agents: WR Will Fuller, EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah, TE Mike Gesicki, C Austin Reiter, QB Jacoby Brissett

22. Tickets (7-4)

Team needs: CB, OG, LB, DT, WR
Notable free agents: CB Levi Wallace, EDGE Jerry Hughes, EDGE Mario Addison, WR Emmanuel Sanders, QB Mitch Trubisky

23. Lions (via trade with 7-4 Aries)

Team needs: WR, CB, OG, LB, DT
Notable free agents: WR Kalif Raymond, S Tracy Walker, WR Josh Reynolds, LB Alex Anzalone, DL Da’shawn Hand

24. Bengals (7-4)

Team needs: CB, C, OG, OT, LB
Notable free agents: OT Riley Reiff, DT Larry Ogunjobi, TE CJ Uzomah, S Jessie Bates III, DT BJ Hill

25. Cowboys (7-4)

Team needs: DT, EDGE, LB, S, TE
Notable free agents: WR Michael Gallup, LB Leighton Vander Esch, EDGE Randy Gregory, OG Connor Williams, TE Dalton Schultz

26. Chiefs (7-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, EDGE, LB, S
Notable free agents: S Tyrann Mathieu, DT Jarran Reed, EDGE Melvin Ingram, OT Orlando Brown Jr., OG Kyle Long

27. Titans (8-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, LB, EDGE, TE
Notable free agents: EDGE Harold Landry, LB Rashaan Evans, LB Jayon Brown, C Ben Jones, K Randy Bullock

28. Buccaneers (8-3)

Team needs: RB, DT, WR, CB, TE
Notable free agents: WR Chris Godwin, EDGE Jason Pierre-Paul, C Ryan Jensen, TE Rob Gronkowski, OG Alex Cappa, CB Carlton Davis, WR Antonio Brown, DT Ndamukong Suh, TE OJ Howard, RB Ronald Jones II, RB Leonard Fournette

29. Patriots (8-4)

Team needs: CB, WR, LB, S, DT
Notable free agents: LB Dont’a Hightower, CB JC Jackson, S Adrian Phillips, OT Trent Brown, S Devin McCourty

30. Packers (9-3)

Team needs: OT, WR, TE, DT, EDGE
Notable free agent: WR Davante Adams, LB De’Vondre Campbell, WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling, TE Robert Tonyan, CB Kevin King

31. Ravens (8-3)

Team needs: OT, OT, LB, EDGE, DT
Notable free agents: EDGE Calais Campbell, DT Brandon Williams, WR Sammy Watkins, EDGE Justin Houston, FB Patrick Ricard

32. Cardinals (9-2)

Team needs: CB, OG, OT, C, DT
Notable free agents: EDGE Chandler Jones, TE Zach Ertz, WR Christian Kirk, RB Chase Edmonds, WR AJ Green

Teams without a first round pick

Seahawks (3-8)

Team needs: OT, CB, OG, EDGE, LB
Notable free agent: OT Duane Brown, S Quandre Diggs, TE Gerald Everett, RB Rashaad Penny, DL Rasheem Green

Bear (4-7)

Team needs: OT, WR, C, CB, DT
Notable free agent: WR Allen Robinson, DT Akiem Hicks, QB Andy Dalton, OG James Daniels, OL Germain Ifedi

49ers (6-5)

Team needs: CB, S, OG, C, WR
Notable free agent: S Jaquiski Tartt, CB K’Waun Williams, RB Raheem Mostert, CB Jason Verrett, OG Laken Tomlinson

Foals (6-6) *

Team needs: CB, WR, TE, OT, EDGE
Notable free agent: WR TY Hilton, OT Eric Fisher, WR Zach Pascal, RB Marlon Mack, TE Mo Alie-Cox

Rams (7-4)

Team needs: OT, TE, LB, EDGE, OG
Notable free agent: EDGE Von Miller, CB Darious Williams, RB Sony Michel, WR Odell Beckham Jr., OG Austin Corbett

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1 injured in Black Friday shooting at Washington state mall | Oregon https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/1-injured-in-black-friday-shooting-at-washington-state-mall-oregon/ Sat, 27 Nov 2021 22:06:59 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/1-injured-in-black-friday-shooting-at-washington-state-mall-oregon/ Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsMinor Outlying Islands of the United StatesCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, […]]]>


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George Bush, Washington’s unrecognized black pioneer, honored at State Capitol and beyond https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/george-bush-washingtons-unrecognized-black-pioneer-honored-at-state-capitol-and-beyond/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:00:00 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/george-bush-washingtons-unrecognized-black-pioneer-honored-at-state-capitol-and-beyond/ OLYMPIA – Growing up in Tumwater half a century ago, Mark and Kathleen Clark knew nothing about George Bush. We didn’t talk to them about it in public school. They would learn nothing from Bush – a black pioneer who fled violent discrimination in Missouri and Oregon before establishing the first non-Native American colony in […]]]>

OLYMPIA – Growing up in Tumwater half a century ago, Mark and Kathleen Clark knew nothing about George Bush. We didn’t talk to them about it in public school. They would learn nothing from Bush – a black pioneer who fled violent discrimination in Missouri and Oregon before establishing the first non-Native American colony in what would become Washington state – until the adulthood.

But, even as America continues to fight the racism that runs through its history as a guideline; Even as the battles over school curricula have taken on renewed urgency, things are changing.

Washington last week unveiled a monument to Bush at the State Capitol in Olympia, the first monument on Capitol Campus dedicated specifically to a black person.

The Clarks, both 65, were on hand for the ceremony. Since 2008, they have owned and operated a 5 acre vegetable farm in Tumwater. It’s the last cultivated remnant of Bush Prairie, the 640-acre farm that Bush and his family built in present-day Tumwater when they arrived in Washington 175 years ago.

“We too are part of the history of Washington State,” said Representative Debra Entenman, D-Kent, who, as part of the Legislative Black Caucus, was instrumental in establishing the monument in granite and bronze. “The early days of Washington State included indigenous peoples, whites and African Americans.

“I feel like I’m out of breath as we celebrate George Bush today. And we stand on the shoulders of many who came after George Bush so that I can be here today, ”Entenman said.

Bush was born in Pennsylvania between 1779 and 1790 (sources differ on the exact date) to a black father and an American mother of Irish descent. As a free man, Bush settled in Missouri, a slave state, where he met and married Isabella James. In 1844, the couple headed west with Michael Simmons (who was white) and his family, along the Oregon Trail, but faced the threat of government-sanctioned violence upon arrival.

Oregon had recently abolished slavery, but its interim legislature had, around the same time, passed a series of vicious laws designed to prevent blacks from settling there. One of those laws, the “Whipping Law”, stipulated that black people would be publicly whipped – 39 lashes every six months – until they left the territory. The whipping law was eventually repealed and replaced with a law requiring black settlers to perform public works.

So the Bush and Simmons families traveled together, spending the winter near Oregon City, then crossing the Columbia River and heading north.

They came together at the southern edge of Puget Sound and founded Tumwater. (Simmons has been honored with a Capitol monument since 1959.)

The Bush family prospered, setting up their farm in 1845, growing wheat, peas and potatoes; build a sawmill and start a small logging operation. They were legendary for their hospitality, welcoming travelers with food and a place to stay.

The family is credited with “saving the lives of other settlers with food from their farm during the 1852 famine,” says the new monument.

Ezra Meeker, a pioneering leader and author, wrote that Bush gave almost his entire harvest that year.

“The man divided most of his harvest among new settlers who came with or without money,” Meeker wrote in a Bush biographical sketch. “’Pay me in kind next year,’ he would say to those in need; and to those who had money he would say, “Don’t take too much, just enough for you.” “

In 1850, Congress passed a law granting land in the Washington and Oregon Territories to all white settlers who claimed it. Bush was kicked out, but he was so widely respected that the Washington Territorial Legislature pressured Congress to grant him an exception.

“He contributed a lot to the colonization of this territory, the suffering and the needy never having asked him in vain for help and assistance,” the territorial legislature wrote to Congress in 1854.

Congress complied, granting Bush the 640 acres the white couple received.

“The law confirming your land claim on you and your wife was passed by Congress without amendment and was approved by the President a few days later,” wrote Columbia Lancaster, Washington’s first delegate to the State House of Representatives. United, to Bush in 1855.

There are no known photographs of George Bush.

A series of five paintings by Jacob Lawrence, commissioned by the Washington State Historical Society in 1972, shows him as a swashbuckler, guiding an interracial wagon train across the country and through a snowstorm across the country. above the continental divide.

Bush died in 1863, after the Emancipation Proclamation theoretically ended slavery, but before the end of the Civil War, and on June 19, 1965 (June 17), ended slavery In practice.

He was able to own land, under the special exemption granted to him, but was never able to vote. Bush’s eldest son, William Owen Bush, would become, 26 years after his father’s death, the first black person to sit in the Washington Legislature. He introduced the legislation that created Washington State University.

Among those attending the inauguration of Bush’s memorial last week were two of his descendants. Megan Jarman of Seattle is the great-great-great-granddaughter of Mandana Smith Kimsey, who married William Owen Bush later in life. And Brandon Staff of Tumwater is George Bush’s great-great-great-great-great-grandson.

Jarman and the staff met for the first time. Jarman grew up hearing stories from his father about their ancestors, but staff knew nothing about it, until about eight years ago, when his grandmother was contacted by Washington State, who told him asked to take a DNA test.

“So she spat in that tube,” Staff said. “And we sent it and they said, ‘Yeah, it turns out you’re direct descendants.’ So they sent in a stack of papers about two and a half, three inches thick from all of our family history, which was really, really cool.

Jennifer Kilmer, director of the Washington State Historical Society, said it “took too long” for the state to celebrate Bush and his family.

“The stories of black Washingtonians have been underrepresented in our history, and this is a step toward an inclusive narrative of our state’s past,” Kilmer said.

Fifty years ago, Mark and Kathleen Clark didn’t learn the first thing about George Bush at Tumwater High School. “It’s important to understand history and understand some of the injustices that have been done,” said Mark Clark. “And to continue to learn from it.”

Last week, the Clarkes, now unofficial custodians of the Bush property, were interviewed by a group of student journalists at the monument’s dedication.

The reporters were working on a project on Bush for the school yearbook. They were students at George Bush Middle School in Tumwater.


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Auburn’s Bryan Harsin Not “Seriously Into The Mix Right Now”, Report Says https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/auburns-bryan-harsin-not-seriously-into-the-mix-right-now-report-says/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 20:32:40 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/auburns-bryan-harsin-not-seriously-into-the-mix-right-now-report-says/ Auburn Bryan Harsin is eligible for the bowl at 6-5 overall. Recent speculation has surfaced that Harsin may be in contention for another job following the vacant Washington Huskies position. However, Harsin is not “seriously in the mix”, according to a report released Monday by John Talty of AL.com. Harsin was recently listed on the […]]]>

Auburn Bryan Harsin is eligible for the bowl at 6-5 overall. Recent speculation has surfaced that Harsin may be in contention for another job following the vacant Washington Huskies position. However, Harsin is not “seriously in the mix”, according to a report released Monday by John Talty of AL.com.

Harsin was recently listed on the Washington Coaching Hot Board 2.0, via Dawgman. Links to the former Huskies head coach Chris peterson was one of the reasons Harsin could be in the running.

However, according to Talty’s latest report, Harsin doesn’t appear to be in contention at the moment.

“I know there have been reports linking it to the opening of Washington, but I have heard from several people that Auburn HC Bryan Harsin is not seriously in the mix for this job at the moment ”, Talty tweeted.

Harsin was Boise State’s head coach from 2014 to 2020 after Peterson left for the Washington position after the 2013 season. Peterson was at Boise State from 2001 to 2013 as offensive coordinator (2001-05) and coach -chief (2006-13).

Harsin was a graduate assistant under Peterson in 2001, tight ends coach from 2002 to 2005, and offensive coordinator from 2006 to 2010 before returning in 2014 as head coach.

Washington sacks head coach Jimmy Lake November 14. Leaving the lake, which sparked a strong national media response, came after he was originally suspended for Washington’s Nov. 13 loss to Arizona State for his actions in the Huskies’ Nov. 6 home loss to Oregon.

Lake hit a Washington player, linebacker Ruperake fuavai, on the sidelines in the first quarter of the loss to the Ducks. Lake’s $ 9.9 million buyout is due monthly for the next three years, but reduced by any further compensation, according to Christian Caple.

Harsin, meanwhile, must reassemble his team for the Iron Bowl against Alabama following the recent skid.

After the 21-17 loss to South Carolina, Harsin spoke about how disappointed he was that his team were left empty and lost their third straight game.

“Well, disappointed with the outcome of the game, and certainly the end of it. ” Harsin said. “So we had our opportunities as the match continued to not be in that position, with still, hopefully, a chance at the end of the match to be able to score, to set up a training that can earn it. We did not have this opportunity. Then it’s about the little things in the game and not putting ourselves in that position. We have done some things. I thought we were playing hard. In any game, it comes down to execution. It’s about putting our guys in the best position to be successful, and we didn’t do it enough tonight to win the game.

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“We have to go back, and we have to look at the things that we can do better and really focus on the things that have happened this season in our training, in our preparation, certainly from this game and doing, again once, an emphasis that we have to find a way to make it show up in games and play four quarters. That was the mindset leading up to this game: it would be a fourth quarter game on the road against a good team, and we just didn’t have enough opportunities there at the end to complete all four of the football the way we wanted. “



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Colorado seek out Senior Day win over Washington: Week 12 football preview https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/colorado-seek-out-senior-day-win-over-washington-week-12-football-preview/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 16:39:56 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/colorado-seek-out-senior-day-win-over-washington-week-12-football-preview/ Another conference opponent is gearing up to face the Colorado Buffaloes with bowl eligibility on the line. This seems to be a common theme in the final weeks of the 2021 football season. Unfortunately, the Buffs (3-7, 2-5 Pac-12) will be vacationing at home for the first time in Karl Dorrell’s tenure. But they still […]]]>

Another conference opponent is gearing up to face the Colorado Buffaloes with bowl eligibility on the line. This seems to be a common theme in the final weeks of the 2021 football season.

Unfortunately, the Buffs (3-7, 2-5 Pac-12) will be vacationing at home for the first time in Karl Dorrell’s tenure. But they still have the option of ruining their playoff dreams and creating havoc for others before December. They welcome the Washington Huskies to Boulder for a highly anticipated clash of former conference enemies.

The Huskies (4-6, 3-4 Pac-12) have been exciting to watch lately (but not on the field), mostly because of the Jimmy Lake saga that unfolded on the sidelines two weeks ago. . The now former UW coach was handed 13 games during his tenure at school after an altercation with linebacker Ruperake Fuavai in the Huskies’ loss to Oregon in Week 10.

“I recognize that ending a coach after 13 games is unusual, and frankly it certainly goes against my beliefs as an administrator,” Washington director of athletics Jen Cohen said during a press conference earlier this week.

“However, when I know something is wrong or something is wrong, I have an obligation to act. I hired Coach Lake in 2019 full of confidence and had high expectations and did everything I could to help him succeed. I’m really disappointed and sad to be here today for his second season. As a sports director I’m hired and I own it. “

Bob Gregory will be the Huskies’ interim head coach for Game 2 after Lake’s dismissal. The 58-year-old defensive coordinator followed Chris Peterson from Boise State to Washington in 2014 and was selected for Lake’s squad two years ago. This is the third Pac-12 school for Gregory since 1989, when he was an AG on the staff at Rich Brooks in Oregon.

The Huskies’ top-flight offensive offense has been non-existent this year. The squad are averaging 22.8 points per game, as well as 113.3 rushing yards per game, which is the second-worst in the conference. Lake sacked offensive coordinator John Donovan days before the loss to Oregon. Not much has changed, however, with Junior Adams calling the games for the Huskies’ offense. They are still one of the worst performing units with Dylan Morris throwing for 2,071 yards and 12 TD at 10 INT this season. Low offensive production is one of the main reasons Washington strives to stay alive every week.

Colorado hasn’t been much better either. The Buffaloes’ offense has found more consistency in recent weeks, but still struggles in key parts of games. Last week’s loss to UCLA is one example. The Buffs took a 20-10 halftime lead over the Bruins before going shutout with 34 unanswered points in the second half.

Brendon Lewis finished the game completing 17 of 26 passes for 158 yards. It was his fifth game this season without a touchdown and comes after two straight games with three scores apiece. Not a ton of offensive output, but Lewis took care of the ball and played relatively flawlessly. A total of three interceptions over the season and no game with multiple picks (T-5th, FBS). In fact, he’s made 68.6% of his passes in the last three games and hasn’t thrown an interception in the 84 previous pass attempts.

Washington’s defense will make or break its day. Like the Colorado, the Huskies have shown some quality football flashes by preventing opponents from running over them. But nonetheless, they lacked consistency. Washington ranks 112th nationally in rushing defense (204.8 yards per game) and allowed the majority of its rushing yards. Take that off and Washington is golden – and would be one of the best defenses in college football by far. The Huskies lead the nation against the pass, allowing just 136.3 yards per game, edging Wisconsin (155.7 yards per game).

From Dave Plati’s office:

Stats for the week: “1,715. That’s the number of snaps (out of 7,511) freshmen have had in defense so far in 2021 – or 22.8% of all games. And of those, 620 were real freshmen (freshmen). At UCLA, frosh has played 229 of 748 defensive games – 31% – and it could be in the last two games.

M. 300. Kudos to CU alumnus Dave Logan (’75) as he won his 300th game as a high school football coach last Friday night when Cherry Creek defeated Mountain Vista, 34-0 , in the second round of Colorado State 5A playoffs. Creek now qualifies for the quarterfinals to face Regis, as Logan pursues his 10th state title, his fourth at CCHS. He’s in his 29th season as a preseason football coach in the state and now has an overall record of 300-67 (an 81.7 winning percentage; he’s 99-24 at Creek). Logan, who has coached several current Buffs and dozens of alumni, got eight letters to CU, four in football as a wide receiver / kick returner and four in basketball as a forward as he was first class in 1972 when freshmen became eligible again. .

Colorado welcomes Washington to Boulder for its home final. Kick-off is scheduled for 3:00 PM MST from Folsom Field. CU’s 98th season of play in the facility was first named Colorado Stadium in 1924, according to CU Athletics.

Television: Pac-12 network

Radio: 850 KOA (Mark Johnson and Gary Barnett)

Odds: -6.5 Washington

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Volleyball is ready for the final road trip to No.12 Washington, No.22 Washington State https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/volleyball-is-ready-for-the-final-road-trip-to-no-12-washington-no-22-washington-state/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 21:32:54 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/volleyball-is-ready-for-the-final-road-trip-to-no-12-washington-no-22-washington-state/ History links CORVALLIS, Oregon – The Oregon State Volleyball team are set for their final weekend road trip of the season to No.12 Washington on Friday, November 19 before facing the No.22. Washington State on Sunday, November 21. Both matches will be available on the Pac-12 Network with the first services scheduled at 7 p.m. […]]]>

CORVALLIS, Oregon – The Oregon State Volleyball team are set for their final weekend road trip of the season to No.12 Washington on Friday, November 19 before facing the No.22. Washington State on Sunday, November 21. Both matches will be available on the Pac-12 Network with the first services scheduled at 7 p.m. and 12 p.m. respectively.

IN DRUM

• Oregon State (4-22, 2-14 Pac-12) hits the road one final time this season, visiting nationally ranked Washington schools on Nov. 19-21.
• Seattle’s first serve against No. 12 Washington is scheduled for Friday at 7:00 p.m. before the Beavers’ closing weekend against Washington State No. 22 Sunday at noon. Both matches will be broadcast on the Pac-12 network.
• The Beavers know the road well as OSU have played 18 of their 26 games in uncharted territory this season.
• The Orange & Black hosted the No.12s from UCLA and USC last weekend for Games Seven and Eight inside the Gill Coliseum in the 2021 campaign. Oregon State was the Latest Power Five school to host a home competition after canceling the tournament scheduled for week two of the preseason to force OSU to travel to Penn State.
• Prior to hosting Stanford on October 8, OSU completed a 14-game stretch of road to start the 2021 season which included four tournaments and the first two weeks of the Pac-12 schedule. During this stretch, OSU has traveled over 18,400 miles.
• Injuries and other outside factors have plagued the Beavers again this season, as several key comebacks have missed games at some point this season, including: Nya buckner, Aliyah McDonald, Mychael Vernon, Grace Massey, Marie-Kate Lopez, Ellie Turner, Maddie Goings and Kateryna Tkachenko.

FOLLOW THE ACTION

• Friday’s game will be available to watch on Pac-12 Oregon with AJ Kanell on call. While Sunday’s contest can be watched on Pac-12 with Greg Talbott. Live statistics will also be available.
• To access live stats and the link to watch matches via your computer, smartphone or tablet, visit osubeavers.com.

SOCIAL MEDIA

• Fans are encouraged to follow the Oregon State volleyball program via social media. There are several platforms to follow the team including:
Twitter: @BeaverVBall
• Instagram: @BeaverVBall
• Facebook: / BeaverVBall

TICKETS

• Season tickets and game tickets are available by visiting BeaverTickets.com/volleyball or by calling 1-800-GO-BEAVS.

AGAINST THE GROUND

• The Beavers, 1-17 in Seattle, are looking to secure their first victory over the Huskies since Nov. 17, 2017 after OSU defeated Washington in five sets at Corvallis. Earlier this season, Oregon State lost a straight-set game to Corvallis against No.10 Washington. Senior Maddie Goings led OSU with 12 kills and finished with five digs. Junior Lindsey Schell was the other double-digit beaver with 10 kills while leading the team with three rejections. First-year student Izzi Szulczewski added four kills, 32 assists and five digs.
• The face-to-face with the Cougars is 18-16, in favor of Washing State. In recent times, WSU has owned the clash by winning the last six, including this year’s previous game inside the Gill Coliseum. Oregon State hung on in every set, but Washington State, ranked 25, won the game 25-21, 25-19, 25-18. The last time the Beavers won at Pullman was on December 15, 2017 by a score of 3-2.

THE MILESTONES OF MASSEY

• Oregon State 2020-21 roster highlighted by return of senior squad Grace Massey for a fifth season.
• Massey became the OSU all-time record holder against Colorado on Friday, October 29, surpassing Becky Defoe’s previous record of 2,029 set in 2013. The Beaverton, Oregon native needed 12 against the Buffs and harvested 16. night ahead of Beaver Nation and now has 2,103 digs and counts.
• So far in 2021, Massey has 325 excavations. In his first three seasons in Orange and Black, Massey finished in the top 10 for each year (Freshman: 2nd with 433; Sophomore: 1st with 560; Junior: 3rd with 524). As a sophomore and junior, Massey’s numbers rank her third and fifth, respectively, on the OSU single-season excavation record list. Massey also holds a place in the top 10 digs by series for each year she has been a beaver.
• Against Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Massey set the three-set record for one-set recoveries at 33 – tying a career high that was previously set against Arizona on November 17, 2019.
• Currently, Massey sits fourth in the Pac-12 in recoveries per set (4.22) and eighth in total recoveries. She is also 26th in the NCAA for career digs among active players.
• In addition to her success on the pitch, Massey was also selected as one of 30 nominees for the prestigious Senior CLASS award.

TURNERS

Maddie Goings debuted in 2021 against LSU and recorded a record 19 kills. After the Oregon game, she has 1,285 career wins to sit eighth all-time at OSU and 3,933 career kills to sit sixth. Goings also only needs seven digs to pass a thousandth dig in his career. The senior did not take part in any of the games last weekend due to an injury.
• Junior Lindsey Schell returns for another season in Orange and Black. This season, the Temecula, Calif. Native has 231 kills 561 attacks, as well as 80 blocks for an average of 0.91 per set.
• Szulczewski has been a crucial part of the OSU squad with 741 assists this season to lead OSU. She has recorded nine double-doubles this season to sit with 19 on her career. Over the year, she has 65 kills, 17 aces, 50 blocks and 225 digs.
• Tkachenko made his debut against LSU. She has recorded double-digit wins in 12 of 23 games she’s seen this season, including tying a career-high 17 at No.19 at Stanford last time around. Over the year, she has 239 kills, 64 digs, seven aces and 15 blocks.
• Vernon made his 2021 Colorado State Tournament debut against UAB. During her debut, she recorded 14 wins to lead OSU. She had 17 kills at Colorado State to end the weekend with 40 kills, nine digs and five blocks. At the Boise State Classic, she finished with 17 kills and 12 digs. Most recently, she returned to the field at Cal and at No. 19 at Stanford after missing games dating back to September 9 with an injury. Vernon entered the starting lineup against the UCLA No.12 last Friday night and led the Beavers with nine kills.

POWER OF THE NEW COME

• The freshman class has started running since joining the team.
• The seven true freshmen have seen time in at least seven sets this season, and six have made appearances in the starting lineup (Emilie Bourne, Iris Cobá, Madison Kelly, Viviane Lumiere, DiLara Unal and Ryan white).
• Light attacked the opening weekend starting his career with the Orange and Black, leading the Beavers with 16 kills against Oklahoma. She has 112 kills, 24 blocks and 21 digs over the course of the year, but hasn’t played in recent times due to injury.
• Bourne and Kelly have made an impact in their roles this season, including starting in both games of the Oklahoma Classic. Over the year, Kelly has 36 kills, 26 blocks, 15 digs and six aces. Bourne has 36 kills, 12 digs and 20 blocks in 26 games this season.
• Unal made his first appearances in 2021 against Penn State. Unal has started 17 games and has 49 blocks, including a career-high seven in California (11/5). She also has seven aces, eight assists, 19 kills and 19 recoveries during the season.
• Whites have made 26 appearances and every set this season, viewing time as both a defensive specialist and a libero. With 10 starts to her credit, the native of Richland, Wash. has 144 digs and five aces during the season.

LAST TIME

• Oregon State lost both of its home games last weekend, falling in straight sets to 12th UCLA on Friday night and USC on Saturday afternoon to Beaver Nation.
• First year outside hitter Mychael Vernon led the offensive against UCLA with nine wins as Grace Massey led all players with 14 digs. Lindsey Schell dominated at net, discarding seven to go along with four kills. Against the Trojans, first year student that of Kateryna Tkachenko nine kills have led the offense as the out hitter has now led OSU nine times this season in kills. Schell added five blocks, a game-high, while Vernone had eight kills.

FOLLOWING

• After this weekend, Oregon State concludes the 2021 season at home next week around Thanksgiving. The Beavers host Arizona State on Wednesday, Nov. 24 at 12 p.m. before hosting Oregon for Seniors’ Night on Friday, Nov. 26. Ahead of Friday’s first service, the Beavers will honor and recognize their three seniors in Maddie Goings, Grace Massey and Lindsey Schell. Single game tickets are available by visiting BeaverTickets.com/volleyball or by calling 1-800-GO-BEAVS.streamed through originating institutions.


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Washington Huskies Morning Links: Old Faces, New Places https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/washington-huskies-morning-links-old-faces-new-places/ https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/washington-huskies-morning-links-old-faces-new-places/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 15:10:26 +0000 https://heartofamericanorthwest.org/washington-huskies-morning-links-old-faces-new-places/ Everything is calm on the Western Front for Husky track and field so I considered skipping points with the lack of news. But you deserve that I do my best to find something, so it’s just because … Football points Head coach Jimmy Lake has been suspended without pay for 1 game after making physical […]]]>

Everything is calm on the Western Front for Husky track and field so I considered skipping points with the lack of news. But you deserve that I do my best to find something, so it’s just because …

Football points

  • Head coach Jimmy Lake has been suspended without pay for 1 game after making physical contact with a player on the sidelines of the Oregon game. Defensive coordinator Bob Gregory will serve as interim head coach for the ASU game.
  • Christian Caple asks how UW can expect to move forward with Lake as head coach after last week’s fallout and the straw of the suspension.
  • Jimmy Lake has issued the following apologies following the announcement of the suspension.
  • He might have gotten lost with everything else, but playing times have now been posted for the last 2 contests of the year. UW will face Colorado in Boulder at 12 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks while the Dawgs host the Apple Cup at 5 p.m. on FS1.
  • Another item that has been buried by the rest of the news is that inside linebacker MJ Tafisi has entered the transfer portal. Tafisi only played 11 snaps against Stanford and 0 against Oregon as he was apparently passed by Bruener, Heimuli and Tuputala. The move is understandable in the quest for playing time, but leaves UW with just 4 healthy stock linebackers as the position has been ravaged by injuries, transfers and bad luck.
  • Dawgman caught up with Washington QB Jackson Stratton’s pledge over his recruiting following the dismissal of what would have been his future coach to John Donovan.
  • Football Scoop published the first of its articles (strictly for entertainment purposes) on Nuclear Winter which examines a purely hypothetical scenario where just about every supposed job in the hot seat ends up opening up (including UW, ASU and UCLA).

Basketball points

  • The men’s basketball season opens tonight with a home game against northern Illinois. The Seattle Times has its preview for the season.
  • Percy Allen also introduced Husky’s four local transfers who returned this offseason in hopes of restarting their hometown team.
  • Washington had an additional scholarship this season and it was awarded to Reagan Lundeen (now former) without an appointment. Scholarship videos are the best.

Washington Athletics Points



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