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Ultimate player Rohre Titcomb sees a bright future for the sport written by Sheila G. Miller Since Rohre Titcomb began playing Ultimate when she was in elementary school, the sport’s landscape has changed (not least by dropping the “frisbee” from its original name, ultimate frisbee). If she has her way, it will continue to evolve—in a positive way. Titcomb, 30, is a co-owner of the Seattle Cascades, part of the American Ultimate Disc League, a professional league with twenty-three teams around the country. The league has been around since 2012. Ultimate is a fast-paced, non-contact sport with seven players on…
Interpretive specialist Alysa Adams has worked for the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission for five years, the last two at the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center.
Three hundred sunny days a year translates to about eighty wineries spread across 17,000 acres of vines in the Yakima Valley AVA and that doesn’t even touch the bounty of fruits and vegetables available at seasonal produce stands.