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HARBOR SPRINGS -- On a cold and windy day at Boyne Highlands, the Harbor Spring girls' ski team caught some fire. Five Rams finished in the top 10 in giant slalom and four earned top-10 finishes in slalom Thursday as the Rams captured the Lake Michigan...
Tags: Human Interest, Steve Foley
Well, I see that the Egyptian Tea Party is having some degree of success in the Middle East, and foreign policy experts are predicting that its tactics might spread through the entire Levant. As a big fan of massive, angry mobs wherever they might arise,...
CNNWASHINGTON -- The United States will support efforts for reform across the Middle East and North Africa, including "transitions toward democracy," President Barack Obama said Thursday in what the White House billed as a major speech laying out U.S. policy...
Tags: Economy, Heads of State, Syria, Hosni Mubarak, Tunisia
Veteran Charlevoix boys coach Ken Plude expects his team to be among one of the top teams at Saturday's Division III regional at East Jordan's Boswell Stadium. However, overcoming a strong Benzie Central team may be a daunting task. "I'm think we can be...
Tags: Track and Field
Charles M. "Chuck" Jordan, a former General Motors vice president of design whose early successes as a chief designer included the 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, a space-age icon with enormous tail fins, has died. He was 83. Jordan died of lymphoma Dec. 9 at...
Associated PressSan Quentin Prison's warden walked to the death row cell of Albert Greenwood Brown on Aug. 31 and read a warrant informing him of his scheduled execution this week. Prison staff then examined the convicted rapist and murderer to ensure his veins were...
Tags: Executive Branch, California, Elections, Prosecution, Punishment
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA 13-year-old from Big Bear Lake became the youngest person to scale Mt. Everest on Saturday, gaining renown for the feat while renewing controversy over a recent trend of young record-breaking adventurers. Jordan Romero called his mother, Leigh Anne...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Climbing, Alaska
Dining@LargeWith the recent closings of the Brass Elephant, Bicycle and Jordan's Steakhouse in Ellicott City, and the e-mails and comments I've gotten about them, I'm more struck than ever by the collateral damage these sudden closings cause.For most of us,......
Dining@LargeThe Howard County Times is reporting that a kitchen worker has filed criminal charges against Jordan Naftal, the owner of Jordan's Steakhouse in Ellicott City, for failure to pay some $2,000 in back wages.......
Reality CheckOn last night's Big Brother, Jeff won the veto, removed Kevin from the block and replaced him with Russell. Hello, backdoor!Jeff also acted like a total jerkface (I'm stealing that one from my awesome Top Chef guest bloggers), snapping at......
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