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January 22, 2014 at 5:40 AM

Wednesday Memo: Eastside Catholic resignation … Bertha debris … Sherman’s softer side

Eastside Catholic president Sister Mary Tracy resigns: Here’s something in the story that we’d like to hear more about: ‘Tracy’s statements about whether Zmuda was fired or resigned, and what role the Seattle archbishop played in that decision, at times contradicted those of the school’s attorney and the archdiocese.’

What made Bertha choke: It appears someone got it partially right … Steel pipe, plastic and big rock found inside tunnel machine

Richard Sherman poses with 7-year-old twins Alison and Ethan Dumo of Lynnwood, at an autograph signing event which drew a turn-away crowd Tuesday night at Mill Creek Sports. (Photo by Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)

Richard Sherman poses with 7-year-old twins Alison and Ethan Dumo of Lynnwood, at an autograph signing event which drew a turn-away crowd Tuesday night at Mill Creek Sports. (Photo by Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)

Ah, a breath of fresh air: At least we’ve been given something about Richard Sherman that isn’t about that crazy rant, in the photo captioned: Seahawks’ Sherman draws double coverage

Weather: Fog, some clearing this afternoon. National Weather Service forecast

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:

  1. Seahawks’ Richard Sherman delivers referendum on sportsmanship, race, personal values
  2. Eastside Catholic president resigns amid uproar over firing
  3. Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman knows stir ‘took something away from the team’
  4. Super dream: Seahawks QB Peyton Manning | Brewer
  5. Losing was never option for this audacious, bodacious team

Memo light: 1red

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