LAKE SHORE - Colton Sturm, MSRA No.1 pro rider, is back and better than ever after an injury that nearly ended his career.
Jake Kassulker maximized his time and the Brainerd Warriors maximized his talents. The 6-foot-4, 235-pound senior played offensive tackle and inside linebacker for the 7-3 Warriors this season. If that wasn't pressure enough, the three-year varsity veteran moved from guard, where he started the last two years, to tackle. "At first it was a little awkward," said Kassulker. "Being on the line I just had to adjust and do as best as I could. The offensive line really stepped it up. We got low and stayed on our blocks and opened up some big holes so our backs could run through them."
''I've never done anything worthwhile in my life. I'm a big worthless nothing.'' - Homer Simpson, shortly after being fired.
...to 10 a.m. July 28, at the Wadena County social services board room. Radio-controlled vehicles race set The King of the Hill races for radio-controlled vehicles will be 9:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at Northwoods Hobby at 2638 Highway...
NEW YORK - Television viewers have passed on a return trip to Pulau Tiga.
STAPLES - Velma Hart of Staples started her Pie in the Sky Pumpkin Farm just southwest of Staples on Highway 210 to help her market pumpkins.
"I drove all the way home and didn't see a single deer!" one woman declared. Like many of us, she has noticed how active the white-tailed deer have been lately.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The old pictures show a little boy with big ideas.
That little bloop single by Luis Gonzalez proved to teams and fans everywhere that indeed it was possible: the New York Yankees could be beaten.
In the past few years, when someone asked, "What is the funniest show on TV?" the answer was simple. "The Simpsons." End of debate.
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