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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe old cigarette ad slogan, “You’ve come a long way, baby” probably doesn’t appeal to Master Felicia Finn. “At first, the fight promoters told me to stand outside while my boxers were being weighed in.”¿She said no....
email@example.comThe reason Dewayne Alcorn lives and works in Boyle County has a lot to do with what happened back when the 51-year-old Parksville area resident was a teenager. He was born in Indiana and raised in that state and southern Michigan. His parents decided to...
Tags: Assault, Sports, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice
Published: September 27, 2007 SELBY --- By day, he dons a black robe. In the evenings, he wears a black belt. Scott Myren can put you away in or out of the courtroom. Myren, who lives near Mound City in Campbell County, is a judge for South Dakota's 5th...
Richard Osty solicited hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors who thought they would profit by building houses in low-income Chicago neighborhoods. But authorities say the money entrusted to Osty was spent instead on things like groceries, dental...
With a first-degree black belt and a slew of trophies and ribbons, Isaiah Norris is more advanced in karate than football. He hopes that days such as Saturday will help him even the ledger. Norris, a 15-year-old freshman at Bethel High, was one of...
From a 1-in-8 shot to a 1-in-3. Those are pretty good odds, but still not good enough for wrestling. The world wrestling community cleared one hurdle on Wednesday when wrestling was named as one of three finalists for inclusion into the 2020 Olympic...
OCOTILLO - The Imperial Valley Desert Museum is offering free youth karate classes beginning this Saturday. Children ages five and up can attend the classes to be held at the museum located at 11 Frontage Road in Ocotillo. Sensei Lucas Hitch of the...
Tags: Sports, Arts and Culture, Museums
It was not the smartest idea for movie director and producer Brett Ratner to pick on classmate Sang Koo Kang, a third-degree black belt when they attended Miami Beach Senior High School together in the 1980s. "I used to chase him to beat him up," said...
Tags: Sports, Taekwon-Do, Movies, Entertainment, Weaponry
Special to the TribuneRichard Osty solicited hundreds of thousands of dollar from investors who thought they would profit by building houses in low-income Chicago neighborhoods. But authorities say the cash they entrusted to Osty was instead spent on things like Osty’s...
Tuesday, May 28 Hope you had a fabulous Memorial Day weekend! Of course, having yesterday off makes today feel like a Monday... We had perfect weather for all of the Memorial Day remembrance events. It's so important to take a moment and honor those who...
Months after Lil Wayne created a firestorm for lyrics that name-dropped slain civil rights figure Emmett Till along with a vulgar sexual reference, the rapper has formally apologized to Till’s family. In a letter sent to the Till family, which...
Tags: Civil Rights, Emmett Till, Abusive Behavior, Sports, Music
TUPELO, Miss. — Federal agents of all sorts invaded northeast Mississippi several days ago, on a mission: Find the man who sent a poison-laced letter to the president. But the United States government quickly found itself entangled, once again, in a...
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