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  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • Penn State and Pitt Both Ranked in the AP Top 25

    Penn State and Pitt Both Ranked in the AP Top 25
    The state of Pennsylvania is well-represented in the preseason college football rankings. Penn State is #19 and Pitt is #15. Alabama is number 1. Complete Rankings: 1 Alabama (54) 0-0 1491 1 2 Ohio State (3) 0-0 1400 5 3 Boise State (1) 0-0 1336 4 4...
  • Huskies Heading into BYU with High Expectations

    Huskies Heading into BYU with High Expectations
    So much for all the fuss around Washington about having to play in the breath-zapping elevation at Brigham Young. To hear coach - and former BYU star quarterback - Steve Sarkisian tell it, the elevation of 4,500-plus feet in Provo, Utah, is the perfect...
  • Cradle of Mormonism

    On the western edge of the Illinois prairie in a bend of the Mississippi River once stood a city of celestial light. The Mormons called it Nauvoo, old Hebrew for "beautiful place." It's hard to believe this peaceful town of 1,100 was at one time not only...
  • Different Strokes in the Nevada Desert

    Different Strokes in the Nevada Desert
    I stood on a patch of turf 11 stories above the desert floor. The crisp, thin air was silent. My heart raced as I peeked below. The panorama of colors brightened by the morning sun was breathtaking: giant puffs of cottony clouds. Red-rock canyon walls....
  • Ivy Bake Shoppe & Café, Ft. Madison, Iowa

    Six mornings a week, Patty Tucker awakens to the aroma of freshly baked rolls, doughnuts, tarts, pies, cakes and other goodies wafting into her apartment above the Ivy Bake Shoppe & Café. "Can't beat it," she said. Occasionally, when Ivy co-owners Martha...
  • Where Few Dare to Disobey

    COLORADO CITY, Ariz. -- To his followers, Warren Jeffs is a teacher and spiritual leader who channels divine revelations -- the man they call their prophet. To the FBI, Jeffs is an accused rapist and fugitive on its 10 Most Wanted list with a $100,000...
  • Jackson Trial Ends With Dual Awards

    Michael Jackson's latest legal drama ended Friday with Santa Monica jurors holding their noses as they awarded the singer's former business partner $900,000 while ordering the producer to pay the pop star $200,000. At the conclusion of a trial peppered...
  • Jim Murray: Ballesteros Is on Own Course to Greatness

    Jim Murray: Ballesteros Is on Own Course to Greatness
    Repeat after me: Severiano Ballesteros is the greatest golf player in the world. He must be. Everyone says so. Everyone keeps telling you he is. Jack Nicklaus once said he was. Mac O'Grady will tell you he is. Sam Snead, no less, once placed him in the...
  • A team that is all state of the art

    Tim Lavery began the season with a bit of a chip on his shoulder. That's because national talent scouts and college recruiters were rating Naperville North's Scott Kavanagh ahead of him as the best quarterback prospect in Illinois.Before the Naperville...
  • No contest: Bears best in 46-10 Super Bowl win

    No contest: Bears best in 46-10 Super Bowl win
    NEW ORLEANS -- This is as good as it gets. The Bears won the Super Bowl 46-10 in an awesome display of football encompassing all the joy and fury of an awesome season. Their destruction of the New England Patriots was so complete it went beyond Super...