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Daily American Staff WriterAnnalee Tokarsky says she can pick up a ukulele and Mandarin Chinese with equal confidence. She excelled at a 2,000-meter steeplechase when her all-star track team's coach asked her to give it a shot at a championship last summer. She took first place....
SEWARD, Neb. — Northern State headed south to get some time on the track. The NSU track and field team competed at the Concordia Invitational on Saturday. The NSU women finished fourth out of 10 teams with 81 points. The Northern men placed fifth...
9 a.m. Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in N. News. Special guest: Wendy Larry).--NNPS 10 a.m. Soccer: English Premier League: Norwich City vs. Arsenal.--Fox Soccer Ch. 10 a.m. Basketball: Jan. 1994: Phoebus...
The last time Johns Hopkins freshman Gracie Golden rode in a shopping cart before Saturday was during her toddler years in a grocery store — and those carts weren't covered in duct tape or pushed at breakneck speed while she held on for dear life....
Home cooking, indeed. Just a few miles northeast of the My Lady's Manor steeplechase course sits Bonita Farm, the long-running operation by the Boniface family that produced the last Maryland-based winner of the Preakness, Deputed Testamony. Saturday,...
Tags: Sports, Equestrian, Preakness Stakes, Track and Field
WALNUT — It was a day of exceeded expectations for the Glendale Community College track and field team at Saturday’s community college edition of the 55th annual Mt. San Antonio College Relays. Maybe no one came in with more acclaim and lived...
Horse racing Jockey McCarthy breaks tibia, out 8-10 weeks Apprentice rider Trevor McCarthy will miss eight to 10 weeks with a broken left tibia, according to his agent, Scott Silver. McCarthy was injured Thursday morning at Laurel Park during training...
Tags: Soccer, Virginia Cavaliers, Sports, Equestrian, Princeton Tigers
A window shelf that holds a collection of cobalt-blue bottles attracts attention, so many new collectors buy their bottles by color. Most early bottles were made of pale-blue or aqua glass. It was difficult to produce clear glass in the 18th and early...
Tags: Toy Industry, Sports, Drugs and Medicines
From pole vaulting to pole bending, from barrel racing to breakaway roping, one local woman puts forth a Worth-while effort regardless of the activity. Northern State University’s Calley Worth is a key member of both the NSU track and field squad...
This spring's season at Pimlico includes attractions designed to renew long-fading interest in thoroughbred horse racing: live music, a wine festival, beer and bourbon tastings, tutorials on betting and special contests. Get them to come once, the...
Under pressure from trainers and owners who support the use of the diuretic furosemide to prevent bleeding in race horses, the Breeders’ Cup Board of Directors voted Friday to reverse a decision that would have banned the drug’s use for all...
An Aberdeen horse trainer is not allowed to care for any animals for a year after pleading guilty to three misdemeanor counts of inhumane treatment of animals. Robert "Bobby" J. Haar, 23, was not in court on Feb. 20, but his attorney, William Gerdes,...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Sports, Punishment, Misdemeanors
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