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Longtime NFL reporter John Clayton dies after brief illness

John Clayton, who carved a legendary name for himself in Seattle sports media during a 36-year career in the region, died Friday. Clayton was 67 years old. In a statement late Friday, the Seahawks said Clayton died after a brief illness. Clayton’s latest story on MyNorthwest.com appeared just over a week ago, on March 10. […]

Morning headlines: West Fargo to use COVID relief funds to decommission lagoons – InForum

Here is your InForum Minute for Thursday, March 10. The lagoons northwest of West Fargo will be decommissioned in the next few years and 600 acres will be redeveloped. David Samson / The Pioneer WEST FARGO — In hopes of keeping water and sewer rates from rising again, the West Fargo City Commission plans to […]

What to do in Atlanta this weekend: March 11-13, 2022

Join the crowds for the city’s oldest event, dating back to 1858. To exploreAfter a 2-year hiatus, Atlanta’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is back Georgia Aquarium 5K 8 a.m. Saturday, March 12. $30 to $40. Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta. Walk or run in the fifth annual Georgia Aquarium 5K to benefit the […]

These are the 30 best photos of February chosen by our photographers – Press Enterprise

February saw a slowdown in the number of people affected by the coronavirus and the lifting of mask restrictions and vaccination mandates. We also welcomed the roar of motorsports to the inland region. Here are the 30 best photos of the month chosen by La Presse-Entreprise, The sun, Inner Valley Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily […]

– Obituary: Wayne Ronald Cormier

Wayne Ronald Cormier BELGRADE – Wayne Ronald Cormier, 67, died on February 27, 2022 from persistent health problems. Wayne was born July 20, 1954 in Waterville, Maine, the eldest child of Donald Aldric Cormier and Sylvie Arlene Champeon. The doctor’s handwritten bill for her delivery was $15.00. After graduating from Waterville Senior High School in […]

DVIDS – News – Sky Clarke Illustrates Women’s History Month Theme – ‘Providing Healing, Promoting Hope’

Sky Clarke practices what she preaches. As the Overall Soldier Fitness Coordinator for 21st Theater Support Command, she encourages and empowers soldiers, civilians, and their families to live their best lives, and sets an impressive example for them to follow.Clarke embodies the theme of this year’s National Women’s History Month, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.”Clarke doesn’t […]

It’s raining, it’s raining… Dollars lose to UC in walk-in homer – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Monica Rich Kosann on Bringing the Past Forward – JCK

Ask Monica Rich Kosann to share a secret she normally doesn’t tell anyone, and she might admit she was a model child. She had this look: all eyes, super serious. “When I was on camera, I hated every minute. I was super shy,” Kosann says. “I was super happy to get behind the camera.” This […]

Like Father, Like Son… Like Grandson, with Tim Pettorini — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

“It starts on the hill…”, and its interpretations — Presse Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

5A State Swimming and Diving Championships – Boulder Daily Camera

Sydney Inman of Fairview High School swims in the 500 Yard Freestyle during the 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer) Edith Simecek of Fairview High School swims the 100-yard backstroke during the 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships at […]

When the Stars Align: A Couple Discuss the Power of Persistence in Relationships

Contributor photo • Michael and Tara Baker feel that their lives were destined to intersect. By Richard Rourk For a local couple, Valentine’s Day can arouse many feelings, but above all it is the pride of simple perseverance. Tara and Michael Baker, like many lovers, first met in college. The stars and a historic storm […]

Brock hopes to be Buckeyes, Big Ten, Alka-Seltzer — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Life Through the Lens: “Licorice Pizza”, an ode to youth | News, Sports, Jobs

“I won’t forget you like you won’t forget me.” *** Introducing Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) and his entrepreneurial spirit. Even though he’s only in high school, Gary is way beyond his years of experience and enthusiasm. Simply “to be a child” and “go to school” don’t satisfy him – he wants more! From […]

OSU, Buckeyes Baseball and Friends Lose Bill Wells… — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Froma Harrop: our big footprints on social media

Froma Harrop From the moment many of us leave the womb, images of our infant selves are posted on Facebook and other social media. Once out, they become part of our permanent digital footprint, often soon joined by photos at every stage of life – crawling, first steps, hugging a puppy, first day of kindergarten, […]

Buckeye Baseball… The Best Surprise Is No Surprise — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

News from the entire cantonal region

Life-size board games at the library ALLIANCE – The Rodman Public Library is hosting a day of life-size board games for teens on Tuesday. 12-18 year olds are invited to the Main Library from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to play classic games – Checkers, Monopoly, Scrabble, Jenga, Trouble and Yahtzee – on a large […]

Can the playoff-linked Rams and Matthew Stafford do it?

In recent memory, has there been a more overrated quarterback than Matthew Stafford? The Rams gave their all too much for such a mediocre player. Four choices to six for touchdowns? Not an encouraging statistic. An interception in every game is almost guaranteed and without Kupp his best receiver would play either the cornerback or […]

Grateful Students of Long-Time Retired Teacher, 97, Pay Forward to Cover Her Bills

In the 1947 film “It’s a Wonderful Life”, an angel named Clarence helps a downcast man see the positive impact he has had on the lives of many people. For Rose Sleigh, 97, her angel is called Joshua. In 1976 Joshua Lazerson was a student in Sleigh’s Advanced English Class at Torrey Pines High School. […]

Ryan Jones of Versailles is the 2021 COTY for press professionals – press pros magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

Marion’s Mark A Testament To Vision, And The Work – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

US Congressman Posts Family Christmas Photo With Guns Days After School Shooting | The powerful 790 KFGO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – (Note language in penultimate paragraph) A U.S. congressman on Saturday posted a Christmas photo of himself and what appeared to be his family, smiling and posing with an assortment of guns, just days after four teenagers were killed during the a high school shooting in Michigan. “Merry Christmas! Ps. Santa Claus, please […]

Washington Nationals Outlook Countdown: No.17 – Daylen Lile

[ed. note – “With interest in the Washington Nationals’ farm system at a high level, Federal Baseball has begun a series featuring the top 30 prospects in the system as of late last season, according to Baseball America. We will start with No. 30 and work our way to the top over the next few […]

Tech Savvy: Move those precious family photos from that shoebox or scrapbook to digital

Lots and lots of photos. It’s a reminder of all those generations of family photos that can languish in photo albums. For anyone who has ever created photo boards for family events, these vintage photos are invaluable links to young faces, childhood homes, and vivid memories of their parents. There are a number of photo […]

Live updates, score, highlights and more

The tradition resumes on Saturday afternoon at Notre-Dame Stadium as the Irish fighting reconnect with their rivalry with Marine. Kick-off is at 3:30 p.m. Both programs were played every year from 1927 until the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the season opening scheduled for 2020 in Ireland – 93 years in a row. Notre […]

Student Advisory Council gives high school students a voice in government

The Student Advisory Council, established by Congresswoman Anna Eshoo in 1993, enables high school students who live in the 18th Congressional District to discuss policy development and possibly share their proposals with Congress. Seniors Caitlin Devenney and Lauren Dove were on the Student Advisory Council last year and plan to apply this year as well. […]

5 things to know today: Suppression of races, Project Tundra, License sale, Transmission Deer, Horace High

1. Police crack down on street racing in the streets of Fargo Many of the more than two dozen bills submitted by North Dakota lawmakers for consideration in their next special session attempt to restrict vaccination requirements and the teaching of critical race theory in schools public – causes of division are expected to add […]

November 2, 2021: Today is Election Day – Decaturish

Decatur, Georgia – Municipal elections take place today, November 2. There will be elections in Decatur, Avondale Estates and in the city of Atlanta. County residents can vote on extending the sales tax on local special-purpose education options. Polling stations will be open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Decaturish will communicate the […]

Lions desperately seek victory over struggling Eagles

Dan Campbell and the Detroit Lions are desperate for a win, growing tired of being the only winless team in the NFL. The freshman coach was excited for the opportunity to turn around the long-suffering franchise when he was hired 10 months ago, but seven unsuccessful setbacks have taken their toll. Campbell cried in front […]

Why me, and regional football, are going to miss Dick Roll… – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

Are you looking for something to do? Don’t miss this listing for Wayne, Holmes

To submit an article for Area Happenings, email it to [email protected] Walk in the hollow, 7 p.m. and 9 a.m. Saturday, Chippewa Rogues Hollow Historical Society at Chidester Mill in Chippewa Township Nature Reserve, 17500 Galehouse Road. Spooky and hair-raising legends around a crackling and glowing bonfire, walk the ‘haunted’ trails and visit the recently […]

The Buckeyes welcome the new year, new faces, new confidence – press pros magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

West Fargo Sheyenne rejoices in latest rivalry showdown against Bismarck Century

Main story: West Fargo Sheyenne head football coach Jeremy Newton doesn’t care when or how his team find the end zone on Friday; he just wants them to score. The Mustangs have been ruled out in the last two meetings with Bismarck Century, the team they face on Friday night in arguably North Dakota’s most […]

Broomfield vs. Rocky Mountain Volleyball 12/10/21 – Broomfield Enterprise

Lillia Neill (# 14) from Broomfield High School throws the ball at Rocky Mountain High School on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 (Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer) Broomfield High School’s Macy Mahoney (No.8) sets the tone in the match against Rocky Mountain High School on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 (Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer) Lillia Neill […]

Current and former student editors share advice on leadership roles – Poynter

The Lead is a weekly newsletter that provides resources and links for college and high school student journalists. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every Wednesday morning during the school year. A few weeks ago, I asked student writers across the country to share some advice with their peers: What would […]

Best Things to Do in Dallas October 6-12 | Dallas Watcher

Wednesday October 6 Angelika Film Center presents HitchcocktoberEvery Wednesday in October, Angelika Film Center Dallas and Plano will screen a classic Alfred Hitchcock film as part of its annual event, Hitchcocktober, celebrating the filmmaker. This week catch the 1954 classic Rear window, with Jimmy Stewart and based on a short story called “It Had to […]

Today in History – KTAR.com

Today in history Today is Tuesday, October 5, the 278th day of 2021. There are 87 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On October 5, 1989, a jury in Charlotte, North Carolina, convicted former PTL evangelist Jim Bakker (BAY’-kur) for using his TV show to defraud his subscribers. (Although initially sentenced to […]

‘Speechless’… Turnovers Fuel St. Henry’s Victory Over Coldwater – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

Spotlight on Students: Senior Jared Knox Combines His Photography with Other Artistic Avenues

Jared Knox is studying photography at the University of Iowa. He talks about the different artistic outlets that interest him, as well as what inspires him in his work. Knox also talks about his future plans for his photography. For the most part, photographs are a part of everyday life, but UI Manager Jared Knox […]

Broadway artist Colin Anderson returns to OKC with ‘My Fair Lady’ tour

As nationally touring musicals begin to make a comeback, Colin Anderson is excited to be returning to his hometown. “It’s been quite a while since I’ve made professional waves in Oklahoma City, and I’m so excited… especially considering how beautiful the Civic Center is. I have friends who are also professional touring professionals, and they’re […]

Retired lawyer got shutdown virus in second act – St. Louis Jewish Light

Photo: Bob Denlow Khuri Village, India, 2020. Photograph by Bob Denlow Over 40 years, St. Louis lawyer Bob Denlow has developed a distinguished practice in the field of law as a litigator. His job was to protect the properties and businesses of his clients who risked forcibly losing their properties to governments and large developers. […]

Governor Hutchinson’s weekly address, every day counts for children awaiting adoption: Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson

For immediate release 09/17/2021 Governor Hutchinson’s weekly speech counts every day for children awaiting adoption Governor Hutchinson’s weekly radio address can be viewed in MP3 format and downloaded HERE. LITTLE STONE – Today I would like to talk about Every Day Counts, the three month initiative of the Division of Child and Family Services and […]

She changed black literature forever. Then she disappeared.

I had read accounts that Lucille aspired to be a writer, but my research revealed that she was a writer. With Gayl’s support, Lucille Jones published stories and novels late in her life, and in Lucille’s writing we can see how much the girl had to learn from the mother: they each use the vernacular, […]

The head of the UHC laboratory strives to be “part of the answer”

Lori Tinnell Finds Answers In The Tests She Performs Lori Tinnell sees something special in science. “Putting a suspension of an organism in a test tube, put it in a machine and make it spit out which drugs are sensitive or not… it’s magic,” she said. Tinnell has always been interested in science. Even in […]

Producers of “The Activist” change format after audience reaction; celebrity co-hosts apologize

The producers of the much-criticized competition show “The Activist” are rethinking the production format. The show’s co-producer, activist organization Global Citizen, has announced that the show will now be a prime-time overnight documentary that will air on a date yet to be released. “We apologize to the activists, hosts and the activist community at large […]

Drekker Brewing Hits ‘Skol’ Targets As Steel Rises To $ 20 Million On Top Of Brewhalla

Walls and structural steel are increasing with the company’s $ 20 million Brewhalla expansion, so there is plenty to do for ‘Skol’ as the project hits its schedule targets, Mark said. Bjornstad, co-founder and chairman of Drekker. If the schedule holds, Bjornstad said the addition on the west side of 1666 1st Ave. N. – […]

Remembering Detroit’s ‘Babygirl’ 20 Years After Her Death

DETROIT – It’s been 20 years since Detroit and the world lost Aaliyah, but her legacy is not forgotten. Aaliyah, also known as “Babygirl” or “Princess of R&B”, was one of the biggest stars in music and entertainment at the time of her tragic and untimely death in 2001. Aaliyah, who grew up in Detroit, […]

First impressions of the opening weekend, ours and yours – press pros magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

Catching Up With Colin: It’s Time For Another Faces of Fall Photoshoot | Sports

Our “Faces” photo series seems to have become one of the most anticipated elements of any given school year. As a prelude to fall, winter and spring school sports (as well as last school year ‘s “summer” sports), athletes from across our coverage area come to The Champaign office. News-Gazette to represent their team and […]

PBA reimburses time during stops in Minster, Coldwater – press pros magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

The last two days of the show are rich in activities

Every year around this time, I often hear this: “The County Fair is not what it used to be. I am okay. Then again, I don’t know of anything – or anyone, for that matter – that is 85 years old and has remained the same for four and a half decades. I have a […]

MLive high school football media days mark a return to some form of normalcy (see photos)

MUSKEGON, MI – Waves of high school football players donning their school jerseys entered and exited Mercy Health Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday. They had their photos taken, participated in media interviews, played games, enjoyed refreshments and generally relished a return to some form of normalcy following a highly unusual 2020 season. impacted by the […]

What I Did During Summer Vacation – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written […]

Sammy Watkins and Jaylen Watkins honored by renaming Streets of Dunbar

Community activist Anthony Thomas and the Town of Fort Myers have sought to return the honor where it was needed by renaming two streets in the community of Dunbar after Town Heroes and Super Bowl Champions Jaylen and Sammy Watkins. However, as the Watkins brothers agreed on Saturday in a ceremony where the streets they […]

News / Guild News

July 8, 2021 Directors Guild of America President Thomas Schlamme made the following statement regarding the recent passing of director Richard Donner: “Our world is noticeably sadder with the loss of legendary filmmaker Richard Donner. Dick was the kind of director we all admired – inventive, creative, and respected throughout the industry and by his […]