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This week, Herald staffers talk Canby Cougar Dance Team, spring sports, OBOB and more

COURTESY PHOTO: KIM TAYLOR - Sadye Taylor gives the thumbs up as The Traumatized Turtles progress to the final 4, and ultimately take second place, at the regional OBOB tournament March 9.In Canby Vibe Episode 4, the Herald staffers talk about the Canby Cougar Dance Team, spring sports, Oregon Battle of the Books and more.

Editor John Baker leads the crew down many tangents, including, but not limited to, some of the following.

Staff member Kristen Wohlers attended the Canby Cougar Dance Team send-off Wednesday, and showed up to the Vibe to talk about it. This weekend, the team heads to state looking to secure a fifth consecutive title in the show division.

Sometimes Scottish, sometimes Irish, sometimes American, Sports Reporter Tanner Russ weighs in on upcoming spring sports and shares other "unconfirmed" tidbits throughout the show.

The team also talked OBOB, or Oregon Battle of the Books, chuckles over the team name "The Traumatized Turtles," and ultimately wishes the team well in the upcoming state tournament.

Carol Rosen shared a bit about March for Wheels, an event raising funds for the famous and ever-helpful Meals on Wheels program.

Along the way, there were discussions about Tanner's t-shirt collection, good wine, lawn care (only briefly) and a host of other tangents.

Check us out here, at the bottom of the canbyherald.com home page, on SoundCloud and soon on other podcast platforms.



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