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Mayor, prof better;may leave hospital
April 22, 2008

Glenn Johnson, “Voice of the Cougars,” at the microphone announcing game



Glenn Johnson — Pullman mayor, WSU communication professor, and (public announcement) voice of Cougar sports — was admitted to Pullman Regional Hospital Sunday with what was initially described as stroke-like symptoms. Johnson showed signs of “transient global amnesia,” which essentially is short-term memory loss. After running a series of tests, it appears that the condition was caused by a spike in blood pressure.


Johnson current is listed in stable condition, according Hospital Marketing and Community Relations Director Josh Harmon. “He is … » More …