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Ridiculous blown call costs Packers game, uproar over refs ensues

Ridiculous blown call costs Packers game, uproar over refs ensues

September 25, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Since the beginning of the NFL season, the familiar black and white uniforms of referees have dotted the field as usual, but with an unfamiliar set of faces occupying them. Hired by the NFL to officiate all of the games until an agreement can be reached with the normal,...

Video: The Sidekick Visits Seattle

Video: The Sidekick Visits Seattle

April 16, 2012

Video by Wren Culp and Haley Madigan

Stewart ponders people’s love of horror

Stewart ponders people's love of horror

April 14, 2012

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor SEATTLE – The killer slowly removes the blindfold from his victim’s head, revealing a terrified young man. He turns and looks pleadingly at his murderer as the hunter brings the chainsaw towards his face – … And the video cuts back to the director’s gri...

The Sidekick staff ends first day of journalism convention

Editor-in-chief Michelle Pitcher listens as a spokesperson from Jostens speak about a new program that allows communities to share photos at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention on April 12. Photo by Brian Hwu.

April 13, 2012

By Addy Buigas-Lopez Business Manager SEATTLE - Twelve Sidekick staff members, along with their adviser Chase Wofford and KCBY adviser Irma Kennedy, took off Wednesday night for the Journalism Education Association National Conference in Seattle, Wash. EMP Museum dazzles students with musi...

The Sidekick staff reaches new heights in Seattle

<i>The Sidekick</i> staff reaches new heights in Seattle

April 12, 2012

By Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief SEATTLE, Wash. - I honestly don’t know what I was thinking when I handed my $20 bill to the man at the kiosk. I don’t know what I was thinking when I got on the elevator to ride 519 feet up to the observation desk. But when I stepped out to see the view from...