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Harbaugh is... ‘The Most Interesting Man in Big Ten’

August 1, 2015 CHICAGO (AP) — Compared to the rest of Jim Harbaugh’s year, this was tame stuff. more »»

 
 
 
More aces, a Tiger sighting and a first time for everything

August 1, 2015 This week in golf saw a few balls find the bottom of the cup from the tee. more »»

Orioles knock off Tigers

August 1, 2015 BALTIMORE (AP) — Caleb Joseph homered and drove in three runs, Kevin Gausman allowed four hits over seven innings and the surging Baltimore Orioles beat the Detroit Tigers 6-2 on Saturday night. more »»

Rebel flag perpetuated by sporting world, too

July 30, 2015 Golf legend Bubba Watson painted over the roof of his prized 1969 Dukes of Hazard Dodge Charger this month to cover the infamous southern cross which has fueled national outcries condemning the... more »»

Choosing the right set of tees to play is not as easy as one might think

July 25, 2015 My Wednesday traveling golf group headed for Lima this week as Hawthorne Hills would be our destination. more »»

Spieth no loser despite coming up a shot short

July 20, 2015 ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — When it was over, Jordan Spieth stood off the 18th green and applauded the fans who had spent much of their day applauding him. more »»

Heavy rains and sprint car race give Eldora tight turnaround

July 20, 2015 ROSSBURG — As the sun came up over Eldora Speedway, track general manager Roger Slack carefully debated a contract with the head of the World Racing Group. more »»

Watching the stars of the LPGA on opening day at Highland Meadows

July 19, 2015 We had a game plan. My buddies and I would leave at 6:30 a.m., eat breakfast at 7:15 a.m. and be at the course by 8 a.m. Three consecutive pairings beginning at 8:21 a.m. more »»

Jenner’s journey causes reflection

July 17, 2015 It was a moment of personal revelation, and not necessarily the good kind. more »»

TWIG Notes: About aces, ankles and an assortment of thoughts

July 12, 2015 Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but This Week In Golf I played a horrible round. I apologize for telling you this, but I am sworn to honesty. I think I know what my problem is, however. more »»

Putting is important: Here are a few laws to guide you on the greens

July 5, 2015 After spending the last two weeks haranguing the greens at Chambers Bay — where putting was at best an adventure — one would think that I would be done with the topic. more »»

Vander Meer’s place in baseball history secure, for now

June 27, 2015 For a game with so much history, and so much emphasis on success over long stretches of time, it’s easy to forget that some of baseball’s greatest accomplishments took place on a single afternoon. more »»

A Grand Slam is possible, and we’re still talking about the greens

June 27, 2015 When American Pharoah won the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown, no one was talking about the track surface. more »»

More unfavorable consequences expected in FIFA corruption scandal

June 24, 2015 Why was there even a shroud of doubt that Sepp Blatter wouldn’t step down as president of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) amidst the evidence of long standing bribery and... more »»

Charlie Hustle story no longer surprising, but sad

June 23, 2015 ESPN broke it like it was huge new. more »»

Some musings on the US Open at Chambers Bay —after Round 2

June 21, 2015 All golf fans will tune in later today to watch the final round of the 2015 U.S. Open. While I have no idea what happened in round three, I’m betting that today will be both interesting and excitin. more »»

A bit of good in another awful day for Tiger Woods

June 20, 2015 UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. (AP) — Something good finally happened to Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open on Friday. He found a golf ball. It took some digging, but Woods is getting used to that. more »»

The road to the US Open begins with local and sectional qualifying

June 14, 2015 The U.S. Open, the second major in golf, begins this coming week. The event will be played at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. more »»

Battling a slippery slope of the golf course takes touch and luck

June 7, 2015 We’ve all been there. You face a putt that is steeply downhill and the penalty for going long could mean a chip back to the green. more »»

Peterson changes course at just the right time

June 3, 2015 Adrian Peterson made his point, only to find out no one was in any mood to listen. more »»

 
 

Parish festival August 2, 2015

Transfiguration Parish Festival, 2 p.m., St. Mary Center, Kirby. Barbecue chicken or pork chop dinners 4 p.m., bingo 5-10 p.m., adult and children's games, inflatables for the kids and a mechanical bull. more »

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