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Controversial Fla. pastor weighs in on Trayvon Martin case

By Audra D.S. Burch, McClatchy Newspapers – SANFORD, Fla. — In front of the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center where George Zimmerman was granted bond, Pastor Terry Jones, the Gainesville,…

Rays drop Twins, 4-1

By LaVelle E. Neal III, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The Minnesota Twins and Tampa Bay Rays settled in for a crisply played, well-pitched, entertaining baseball game…

Cubs end six-game losing skid, trade Byrd to Red Sox

Cubs end six-game losing skid, trade Byrd to Red Sox

By Dave Van Dyck, Chicago Tribune – CHICAGO — Even though they tried to lower expectations heading into the season, it became clear the Cubs’ new front office had no…

NIACC T&F: Edmond finishes 6th in 400 hurdles at Kansas Relays

NIACC T&F: Edmond finishes 6th in 400 hurdles at Kansas Relays

LAWRENCE, Kan. – NIACC hurdler Tanesha Edmond (So., St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) ran to a sixth-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles during the final day of Kansas Relays on Saturday. Edmond…

Former Comet Smith qualifies for nationals

Former Comet Smith qualifies for nationals

GRINNELL, Iowa – NIACC freshman Trent Smith (Charles City, IA) qualified for the US Junior Outdoor Track and Field National Championships after finishing the 10,000-meters in 32:29.50 at the Dick…

Trojans qualify for nationals in track and field

Trojans qualify for nationals in track and field

NORTHFIELD, Minn. – A pair of NIACC throwers had two top-10 finishes and qualified for the NJCAA Nationals next month in the weight throw at the Carleton Relays on Saturday.…

NIACC softball swept by Southwestern

NIACC softball swept by Southwestern

CRESTON, Iowa – NIACC softball lost two games to Southwestern on Saturday afternoon, 8-0 and 9-4. Beth Mildenhall (Fr., Eldora, IA) had four hits in the doubleheader, and Kaylor Tiffany…

Southeastern sweeps NIACC baseball

Southeastern sweeps NIACC baseball

WEST BURLINGTON, Iowa – No. 14 NIACC dropped two conference games at Southeastern on Saturday, losing 2-1 and 6-2. The Trojans (32-11, 12-6 in ICCAC) never led in game one. …

Defensive needs may rule day Packers

Defensive needs may rule day Packers

By Bob McGinn, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – GREEN BAY, Wis. — It would seem cut and dried that the Green Bay Packers will be drafting for defense at the end…

Red Sox fans already tired of Bobby Valentine

By Jeff Wilson, McClatchy Newspapers – FORT WORTH, Texas — The past week in Boston was supposed to be about the grandeur of the grand old ballpark, Fenway, and a…

Timberwolves’ Derrick Williams needs to make ‘giant strides,’ Adelman says

Timberwolves’ Derrick Williams needs to make ‘giant strides,’ Adelman says

Ray Richardson, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn. – Derrick Williams wants to prove he was worthy of being drafted No. 2 overall. After what he describes as an “up and…

Burnett, Pirates shut down Cards, 2-0

By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch – PITTSBURGH — The St. Louis Cardinals awoke Saturday believing A.J. Burnett would be making his fourth rehab start less than three hours away…

White Sox’s Humber pitches perfect game

By Mark Gonzales, Chicago Tribune – SEATTLE — For only a few seconds Saturday, Philip Humber’s perfect game bid was out of his hands. “Go get it,” Humber said as…

Charles Colson, Watergate felon and prison reformer, dies at 80

By Timothy M. Phelps, Los Angeles Times – WASHINGTON — Watergate felon and prison reformer Charles W. Colson, who died Saturday at age 80 in Northern Virginia, was two people.…

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