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Can coaches. The Broncos' coaches lost that game against Seattle. The coaches are playing not to lose instead of playing to win.
By Annie Dunbar firstname.lastname@example.org Chemotherapy, radiation, and treatment are terms not often implemented in an eight year old’s vocabulary. For Kelly Melton of Science Hill, Ky., the vocabulary lesson came early. In November 2012, Kelly was taken to the doctor after having an earache. What presumably was a common sickness turned out to be much […]
We’re kickin’ it in Kamsack on Day 2 of the CTV Hometown Tour.
In a rush. I am not worried about the Broncos' defense. It will get better as the season progresses. What worries me is the anemic running attack.
Ashley Scoby interviews cancer patient Kelly Melton at the 2013 Blue-White game. (Gary Moyers videographer)
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Several Cleveland restaurants will be “Kickin’ It” this week to benefit the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer, according to a news release.
This September there will be a huge kickball game to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Last year's event had 22 teams, more than 300 players, volunteers, vendors and raised over $68,000. The kickball game is one of many going on around the country as part of the Kick-It campaign. Local charity Mini's Mission is putting on the event.
Emily Mogstad is Willamette’s placekicker and she wants you to know it’s no big deal. Mogstad, a 5-foot-5, 135-pound junior for the Wolverines (0-3), has made a field goal and five PATs this season. When you ask her about it, Mogstad is so matter-of-fact she sounds as if she’s describing …
Rice, in a minute. With the enormous image problem facing the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell's days are numbered. So to take the reigns of the league, I nominate Condoleezza Rice, a woman with strong Colorado ties and one of the most respected members of the George W. Bush administration.
BAR HARBOR — Students in the Bar Harbor dojo of Tracy’s Karate practiced on the town athletic fields last week. Sensei Eben Richardson holds one special outdoor class at the end of summer each year. It’s an open house to…
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