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Former U of L players visit fall camp

University of Louisville football coach Scott Satterfield said last month he wanted more former players to spend time with his current players. Satterfield said he believes it is essential for players in his roster to understand the history of the program. “We need more of these guys hanging around,” Satterfield …

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Base Camp: Volkswagen Golf GTI 2022

For most gearboxes, the humble Golf GTI represents the genesis of hot sedans. When he first appeared, he reversed the script for many, luring more than a few people out of their V8s and into a small, throwable car that still had the smiley meter on but was low on …

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Life lessons through miniature golf

Thank goodness we are emerging from the pandemic and are able to get out and move. Thank goodness for the continued efforts of our program coordinator, Morgan Harris, and the staff at the Big Brothers Big Sisters regional central office, who have worked tirelessly to identify grant funds that encourage …

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Local files: Men’s Senior County Open, registrations | Sports

The Firebirds coaching staff, including head coach David Neff and graduate assistant Matt Torrence, will provide high school freshmen with direct senior education, in-depth NCAA coaching assessment and understanding clear student-athlete experience, both on and off the field. Check-in will be at 2:00 p.m. at Art Keller Field, followed by …

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Does the interest of the saints for Xavien Howard have merit?

The New Orleans Saints’ interest in disgruntled cornerback Xavien Howard has merit. The tweet from longtime Saints reporter, author and team historian Jeff Duncan may have highlighted the possibility that the team is interested in Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard. I call Duncan a “deliberate twitter” and don’t provide “exaggerated” information …

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Pre-camp position battle: SAM | debarker

Adam Anderson is one of the most exciting players heading into the 2021 season as it is widely expected that the former five-star from Rome, Georgia will step up significantly for Georgia in 2021. Anderson was a guy who spent much of his first two seasons between the hurdles buried …

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The ‘Golf Fore the Arts’ tournament raises funds

First place in the third flight went to the Sampson County Farm Bureau team of Chris Warren, Jason Locklear, Dwight Hudson and Donnie Hamilton. CLINTON – The 11th Annual Sampson Arts Council Sponsored Golf Fore the Arts Golf Tournament was held at the Coharie Country Club on June 11th. The …

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Jim Krumel: lake owner, lifeguard saves children’s day

Beth Spradlin said it was okay. “Really… not a big deal,” she laughed. Her mother, Nedra Miller, believes differently, however. And there is a group of children with special needs who would side with mom. All these kids wanted to do last week was escape one of the hottest, hottest …

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Aaron Rodgers unlikely to step down before July 2 deadline

Getty Images One of the most surprising stories of the slow first week of the NFL offseason came from the 2021 withdrawal rules. The deal between the league and the NFL Players Association gives Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers the possibility of being absent for the entire coming season, without any …

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John Fredrickson | News, Sports, Jobs

BREITUNG TOWNSHIP – John Thomas Fredrickson, 74, of Breitung Township passed away on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain with his beloved wife by his side. John was born on November 24, 1946 in Iron Mountain, son of Roy and Mae (Krans) …

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The Day – Jim Calhoun Celebrity Classic canceled again

While a Connecticut summer sports institution, the Travelers Championship, continues to play, another will be sidelined for a second year in a row. The Jim Calhoun Celebrity Classic, which featured a biennial all-star basketball game featuring many former UConn greats, as well as a pair of annual celebrity golf events …

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Sisson returns home to Coastal Georgia Council as CEO

A dirt road and a swamp. This is how it was remembered in its early days. However, focused vision and concerted effort have transformed the Black Creek Scout Preserve into a 384-acre site that thousands of leaders converge on every year on Poor Robin Road in Screven County. To count …

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John H. Ferner | News, Sports, Jobs

John H. Ferner, 77, of Tyrone, died Thursday. Son of the late J. Lynne Ferner and Helen Shaffer of Tyrone. He married Louise (Lake) Ferner on September 26, 1964. John is survived by his wife, Louise; their three sons: Greg (Lori) Ferner of Tyrone, Kevin (Julie) Ferner of Tyrone and …

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