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  • Classically Trained: Singing on a high note at the Segerstrom Center

    The Mormon church's tradition of music, particularly vocal performance, is as strong as any. President Ronald Reagan dubbed the Mormon Tabernacle Choir "America's Choir." It counts Emmys and Grammys among its accomplishments and an extensive library of...
  • Bishop McDevitt All-State Player Jameel Poteat Headed to Cincinnati

    Bishop McDevitt All-State Player Jameel Poteat Headed to Cincinnati
    "AAA" First Team All-State RB Jameel Poteat will not play his college ball at the University of Pittsburgh. The 5'10" 210lbs Bishop McDevitt Senior Tailback is instead choosing to go to the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. This decision is effective...
  • With children and food allergy diagnoses, thoroughness is key

    With children and food allergy diagnoses, thoroughness is key
    More and more kids these days seem to have food allergies, and peanut-free classrooms are becoming the norm in many elementary schools. In trying to characterize the apparent increase, scientists have identified two distinct trends. The first is that...
  • Put your stress on vacation

    Put your stress on vacation
    Got stress? If you answered no, hooray for you! (And, by the way, what planet are you from?) But if you answered yes (like any normal member of the human race), you're likely heartened by the arrival of vacation season. Just the ticket for a little...
  • Sept. 9, 2007: Mike Tomlin set to tackle his biggest test

    A chance. That's all Mike Tomlin ever wanted. It didn't matter whether he was a 103-pound budding junior varsity defensive back, a 5-year-old playing cards with his mom and older brother, a seventh-grader taking a crack at high school trigonometry or a...
  • Sept. 10, 2004: Tomlin says 'It's time to suit up and play for real'

    Denbigh High and William and Mary graduate Mike Tomlin, now Tampa Bay's secondary coach, is confident the Bucs will be fine without John Lynch. Mike Tomlin has been watching videotape of the Redskins offense with a new purpose this week as the Tampa...
  • Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov

      Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov  (May 13, 1922- June 17, 2011) Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov passed away at the age of 89 on June 17 at Ardenville in Burbank after a valiant, seven year battle against Alzheimer’s disease.  She is survived by her husband Andon,...
  • Crash claims one in Ripley county

    Crash claims one in Ripley county
    Indiana State Police are investigating a crash that happened Saturday afternoon on U.S. 50 just east of the entrance to the Versailles State Park in Southern Indiana. Around 2:30 on Saturday, 23 year old Mark Wesley Brax of Columbia, South Carolin was...
  • For Orlando East River LB Ryne Rankin, you can't spell love without VOL

    For Orlando East River LB Ryne Rankin, you can't spell love without VOL
    When it comes time for the 2013 University of Tennessee football team pictures, just tell Ryne Rankin where to stand. He has a vision. When he visited the campus for an unofficial trip Oct. 1 – his birthday – to take in the Buffalo game, he...
  • Cincinnati gives Orlando Olympia defender Ramar Dennis his first offer

    Cincinnati gives Orlando Olympia defender Ramar Dennis his first offer
    Orlando Olympia defensive end Ramar Dennis was the envy of his best friend and teammate John Armstrong for a little while on Sunday.   Dennis had received a scholarship offer from the University of Cincinnati. His buddy Armstrong had been waiting an...
  • Prisoners On The Run

    Prisoners On The Run
    Ricky Haggood firebombed Richard and Deborah Dozier's house on Carmel Street in New Haven in 1990, while the couple was upstairs in their bedroom, sleeping. They managed to race out the back. Haggood thought the Doziers, who were active in the local...
  • Children's Swings May Pose Eye Danger

    Children's Swings May Pose Eye Danger
    Children with autism are often calmed by riding on a swing; some do it for hours every day. But doctors are warning of a danger that can occur when wear and tear causes small metal fragments to peel from the suspension apparatus and fall into children's...