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ReporterWater flowed outside a Roanoke hotel Wednesday, and it had nothing to do with the recent flooding and heavy rain. Water utility workers from around the state came together to test their skills. The Virginia Section of the American Water Works...
Anglers are constantly tweaking their tackle and techniques to catch more fish. South Florida saltwater tournaments are doing the same to try to attract more anglers as participant numbers plunge. The days of tournaments having 200 or more boats are long...
An administrative law judge has ruled that barrel racing is not a sport -- and that the Division of Parimutuel Wagering should not have given a permit to run barrel races to a facility in Gretna, just west of Tallahassee. You can read more in Nick Sortal'...
A judge's ruling released Monday has put the future of barrel racing in Florida in jeopardy, although those at Gretna say it requires only technical changes. An 85-page Final Order from Administrative Law Judge John G. Van Laningham states that the...
Canton had it's first Canton High School Rodeo in more than 15 years this weekend. More than 200 participants from all over the state of Kansas flocked to the high school and junior high rodeo. "The competition is pretty tough," said Timber Allen...
Tags: High Schools, Schools
Northern State senior Luke Hauert ran for his Creator, teammates and school. Everyone was pleased. In front of a record-tying stadium crowd of 14,504 fans, Hauert ran in the finals of the 110-meter hurdles at the 104th Drake Relays Saturday in...
Since Buck Showalter hasn't had much of an opportunity to explore Dallas, we thought we'd provide him with some the region's most interesting detours around town. Who knows? Maybe he'll surprise his wife with an outing! Getting there Dallas is 1,366...
Tags: Potatoes, Human Interest, Buck Showalter, Cowboys Stadium, AAA
HOT SPRINGS, S.D. — The wild horses eyed us hard across the broad South Dakota plains. There were two of us: With me was Monte Matheson, a thickly bearded retired cop in his mid-40s who had turned to the cowboy life for his second act. There...
A woman was injured Saturday near DeLand after being trampled by a bull at the county fairgrounds during the annual Cracker Day Rodeo, according to initial reports. The woman's left arm was cut, possibly after she was gored by the bull, according to...
Tags: DeLand, Ben Johnson
reporterMost rodeos involve wrangling cattle, but one Saturday in Salem took things from dry land to Salem's Lake Spring Park. It's part of the Ernest "Pig" Robertson's Trout Fishing Rodeo. Roberston started the event as a fun, safe place for kids to learn...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure
Stephanie Williams, age 37, of Wall, died Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at the Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Visitation will be held 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 26, at the Wall High School Gym, and one hour preceding the services on Saturday. Funeral...
Runners and walkers welcome at DuPage Human Race Western DuPage Special Recreation Association is looking for runners and walkers to join their team in the second Annual DuPage Human Race. The Human Race is a 5K Run/Fitness Walk that benefits DuPage...
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