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  • There Was Nobody Faster In 1952 Than Hartford's Lindy Remigino

     There Was Nobody Faster In 1952 Than Hartford's Lindy Remigino
    Holding two Olympic gold medals in his 81-year-old hands, Lindy Remigino breaks into laughter. The medals show their age. The stories do not. The stories never grow old. "Look at these medals, I don't even know which one is which," said Remigino, who won...
  • All-State Linebacker Collin Schlosser Set to Lead Forest Hills Central

    All-State Linebacker Collin Schlosser Set to Lead Forest Hills Central
    Collin Schlosser and his Forest Hills Central football team have won consecutive OK Black conference titles and qualified for the playoffs in both seasons as well.  The going gets a lot tougher this season as the Rangers move to the loaded OK White...
  • Missouri Children's Burn Camp gives kids opportunity to build lasting friendships

    Missouri Children's Burn Camp gives kids opportunity to build lasting friendships
    Many schools open next week, but for one group of Ozarks kids - the highlight of the summer is happening right now. They're spending a week at a camp for child burn victims. Each camper has a different story, but that's what strengthens their bond -...
  • The New Wyoming High School Brings Rivals Together

    The New Wyoming High School Brings Rivals Together
    The new Wyoming High School will officially open it's doors in early September, but it's football team is already hard at work. The consolidation of Wyoming Park and Wyoming Rogers high schools has resulted in the new Wyoming Wolves, and on the football...
  • 12th Annual Tiki Beach Festival

    "Ohana By The Sea" Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19 Belmont Shore in Long Beach For more info, go to http://www.alfredosbeachclub.com/ or call (562) 477-6820        
  • In the Pipeline: Where the air carries a palpable peace

    In the Pipeline: Where the air carries a palpable peace
    I wish every street in Huntington Beach had a Gwendoline Runyard. She passed away in January at 90, a year after her husband, Bob, but left behind a remarkable trove of memories inspired by the neighborhood where she lived. Runyard wrote in 1955:...
  • A fly-by at the gym, then a long workout

    A fly-by at the gym, then a long workout
    Like so many romances in this town, ours started at the gym. I'd like to revise history and tell you that I was wearing one of those sleeveless T-shirts because my Rottweiler-like biceps refused to be chained and that I confidently walked up to this...
  • Pittsylvania County Career Tech students build first electric truck for competition

    Pittsylvania County Career Tech students build first electric truck for competition
    It can go 60 miles per hour and has a battery life of an hour. It's no remote control car, but with that power it's worth a competition. "We're converting this from a combustible engine to a total electric vehicle," said Andy Nordon, the engineering...
  • On the Town: The Cusumanos host their annual party

    On the Town: The Cusumanos host their annual party
    When it comes to names that one associates with Burbank, of course you have Dr. David Burbank for whom the city is named, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin and Gary Owens of “Laugh-In” fame who coined and perpetuated the phrase, “Beautiful Downtown...
  • Lost Turkey Trail a favorite for hikers

    The lost Turkey Trail is a favorite of many hikers and backpackers in the area. It is a 17-mile stretch of trail that goes from Babcock Park just outside of Windber to the top of Blue Knob state Park. It is well marked and not a real hard hike. Well,...
  • Elden Hughes dies at 80; longtime Sierra Club leader

    Elden Hughes dies at 80; longtime Sierra Club leader
    Elden Hughes, a crusader for wild places and a leader of the Sierra Club's battles to protect desert wilderness from development and abuse, has died. He was 80. Hughes, who died of prostate cancer early Sunday at his home in Joshua Tree, Calif., was a...
  • Simmzy's No. 2; Plan Check + Tomo Coffee; Mohawk Bend Film Fest; more

     
    Simmzy's to LBC; Plan Check + Tomo; Mad Hatter tea; Mohawk Bend Film Fest...