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Local ponds and lakes are getting more active
 

Local ponds and lakes are getting more active

The other day I listened as a guy whined to his buddy that sending a car — a Tesla Roadster, no less — into space aboard the world’s most powerful rocket was “ridiculous…a waste of time and money.” Seriously? Well, first off, it wasn’t your time or money. And secondly, it was flat-out awesome!...

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  • Digest (Feb. 17): Ms Locust Point races to victory in Fritchie at Laurel Park's Winter Carnival

    Digest (Feb. 17): Ms Locust Point races to victory in Fritchie at Laurel Park's Winter Carnival

    Cash is King and Jim Reichenberg's Ms Locust Point pushed her win streak to four races with her fourth career stakes victory and first graded triumph in Saturday's $300,000 Barbara Fritchie (G2) at snowy Laurel Park . The 66th running of the Barbara Fritchie for fillies and mares 4 and older and...

  • Bill Spawr has another gem in Skye Diamonds

    Bill Spawr has another gem in Skye Diamonds

    Few trainers have had to work harder for everything they’ve gotten than Bill Spawr. For more than 40 years he has worked mostly as a public trainer. Few deep-pocketed owners, no sheiks, no $1-million 2-year-olds. The 78-year-old has gained a reputation for spotting horses, usually claimers, and...

  • San Luis Rey Downs fire might have saved a life, too

    San Luis Rey Downs fire might have saved a life, too

    Scribbled in the back of an aging Bible that traces the roots of Hank Wesch to his native Germany, there’s a telling notation. The family, it seems, ran into financial hardship when money was “squandered on horses and other speculations.” Those four-legged enterprises proved impossible to shake,...

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  • Digest (Feb. 16): Blast's win streak halted, but team clinches division

    Digest (Feb. 16): Blast's win streak halted, but team clinches division

    The Blast had their nine-game win streak halted Friday night by host Cedar Rapids, 6-5. But the Blast still managed to secure the Eastern Division title of the Major Arena Soccer League because Florida lost to San Diego. Vini Dantas had one goal and two assists for Baltimore. Blast goalkeeper Joey...

  • MLS Live streaming service going away, but replacement will be cheaper

    MLS Live streaming service going away, but replacement will be cheaper

    Watching out-of-market Major League Soccer games is going to be a lot less expensive this season. In fact, for the start of the season it will cost nothing. As previously reported by Bloomberg News and others, MLS has announced that ESPN will move its MLS Live package of soccer games to a new streaming...

  • Jill Ellis: Alex Morgan hungry ahead of SheBelieves Cup

    Jill Ellis: Alex Morgan hungry ahead of SheBelieves Cup

    U.S. women’s national team head coach Jill Ellis on Wednesday announced a 26-player preliminary roster for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup, and Orlando Pride players Alex Morgan and Ashlyn Harris both received call-ups. The roster will be narrowed down to 23 players prior to the team’s March 1 cup opener...

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  • Bubba Watson ends two-year drought with two-stroke victory at Genesis Open

    Bubba Watson ends two-year drought with two-stroke victory at Genesis Open

    It had been two years since Bubba Watson had won on the PGA Tour, two years during which he was at the lowest mental point in his golf life. He even spoke with his wife several times about retiring from the game. That discussion is on hold. Watson, thanks largely to a bunker shot on the 14th hole...

  • Unruly fans becoming the norm on PGA Tour

    Unruly fans becoming the norm on PGA Tour

    It’s become as much a part of players’ lives on the PGA Tour as double bogeys, rain delays and Monday morning playoffs, and just about as pleasant. Fans who cross the line between cheering and jeering — shouting during backswings or while players are preparing to make a shot — sometimes present...

  • Tiger Woods misses the cut as a crowd forms near the top of the leaderboard at the Genesis Open

    Tiger Woods misses the cut as a crowd forms near the top of the leaderboard at the Genesis Open

    Patrick Cantlay, Graeme McDowell and Sam Saunders lead the field at seven under par after the incomplete second round of the Genesis Open at tricky, penal Riviera Country Club. But they’re hardly creating any distance between themselves and their followers. Behind them are 48 golfers within seven...

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