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The Seattle TimesOutrun this victim? Lots of luck with that. Sarah Tatterson of West Seattle, a veteran of a dozen half-marathons, gave dogged chase to a would-be bike thief who took off on foot after ditching his ill-gotten prize. "It was an instinct, and I reacted...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelMILWAUKEE When Bill Howell joined Miller Brewing Co. in 1970, the "champagne of beers" ranked as the nation's No. 7 brew with a narrow upmarket following. But Miller was never the same after Howell helped widen the appeal to a mass market of blue-...
‘ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE’ 1. MIAMI (57-15) Nothing makes starting over easier than a game against the Hornets. (1) 2. SAN ANTONIO (55-17) As mobster Danny Vermin would say, Rockets beat Spurs once . . . ONCE! (2)...
Cupid's juiced. Lance Armstrong's head is corked. Is there anything left to love about modern sports, the apparent bastion of liars, cheats and psychopaths? Well, here are 100 Valentines dedicated to all that's still good about sports. "There are really...
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PHILADELPHIA — It's a good news, bad news scenario. Let's get the bad news out of the way first. Few players are as familiar with the challenges of moving from second base to third base as Placido Polanco. The 14-year veteran has won Gold...
Every year around this time, WWE slowly releases the list of superstars that will be inducted into its Hall of Fame. As this happens, there are various debates that inevitably ignite. Some of these debates -- often the topics most talked about on...
Dodgers BlogChecking out the web's year-end reviews of the Dodgers 2011 season....
Upon learning of Bubba Smith's death at age 66 this week, football fans may have remembered him as one of most fearsome defensive players of the 1960s, a stalwart in college at Michigan State and a key player in leading the Baltimore Colts to a victory in...
For the first time, the Redfield State Farm Boys' Basketball Pheasant Shoot-Out and the Gold Ribbon Childhood Cancer Awareness group will team up. The games start at noon Saturday with Langford vs. Clark-Willow Lake followed by Little Wound vs. Sisseton...
Larry Vaught, longtime sports editor for The Advocate-Messenger, has been named Kentucky Sportswriter of the Year for 2010 by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. The award marks the fifth consecutive year Vaught has earned that...
I recently spent some time in beautiful Salisbury, N.C., for a National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association event. It was my second trip on a plane. I have earned enough sky miles in my life to buy a key chain. A very cheap key chain. It...
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