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I’d like to open here with a clarification. At the end of last week’s column, I alluded to submitting an application to work at the Chicago Tribune.
What do horses, dogs and wine have in common?
Together, they drew more than 4,000 fans to Johnson’s Orchard for a sun-drenched day of fun.
As if the opening games of the high school football season weren’t enough.
Golf is one of those games that can be played well into one’s later years.
It can also be played at a surprisingly young age.
How often does one get pointers from a real, live sports professional?
For some, it was just this past week. That is, if one was at the Blue Ridge Soccer Camp.
You never know who is going to come through for Big Island Post 217.
While Forest’s NABF road is smooth, while Bedford’s keeps getting rockier. Moneta, meanwhile, is erratic.
Forgive me for being grumpy, but blame Major League Baseball.
The fields of the Montvale rec center became the epicenter of softball activity, as both the Belles and Ponytails tournaments kicked into gear.
The hot days of summer mean the heating up of baseball. Specifically, the NABF developmental league has kicked into high gear.
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