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10 Dec 18
The Mill

  Bloomington, Ind. – A public contest to name a new street in Bloomington’s Trades District has yielded a winner.  The east-west corridor from The Mill’s south plaza to North Rogers Street will be named “Maker Way.” In September, the City of Bloomington and Dimension Mill, Inc. launched a public contest to name the new street, […]

11 Dec 18
H.G. Live!

Hello, ladies and gents! How long I have been gone from here, it makes me sad. I have been working tiredlessly and rarely have a chance to write most of the time. It’s one of the reasons I have had to abandon some projects I have been working on for a moment. But I am […]

11 Dec 18
V21

Join V21 for our 4th annual MLA social hour, Friday 4 January, 6pm-10pm!  This year we’re lucky to have an affiliate house near the convention.  Come early, come late, take the Blue Line from MLA hotels or on your way in from OHare.  If you haven’t already received the address in an invite, drop us […]

11 Dec 18
Sports Corner

Tennessee swimming and diving enters the third and final day of events at its annual Tennessee Swimming and Diving Invitational which is being held from Aug. 29 to Dec. 1 at the Allen Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. Swimmers from Tennessee, Duke, Carson-Newman, Penn, Penn State and Denver gathered by the pool for three […]

11 Dec 18
the ulterior epicure

– I perked up when I first heard about a restaurant in Singapore named Burnt Ends. (For the uninitiated, burnt ends are those charred “bits and bobs,” or “bark” of barbecued beef brisket first made famous in my hometown of Kansas City – the undisputed capital of American barbecue). I didn’t visit David Pynt’s restaurant when […]

11 Dec 18
Madison College Botany

Laurel Copus I went to Devil’s Lake on October 6, 2018. The East Bluff is located within Devil’s Lake State Park in Sauk County. The park includes a large lake surrounded by foothills with angular quartzite block rock formations and a wide array of vegetation including oak and cedar trees, lichen and moss growths, black-seeded […]

11 Dec 18

BOSTON, December 11, 2018– Students who are dual-enrolled in The Possible Project and Madison Park Technical Vocational High School’s Allied Health Vocation Program will now be able to do more than just study a career in health care: they will gain hands on training in clinical assistant and support services roles at Boston Medical Center […]

11 Dec 18
Logos con carne

Watching the Thanksgiving episode of the rebooted Murphy Brown on CBS, where Murphy decides to cook dinner with easily anticipated and well-worn results, it struck me exactly why I don’t find the show very funny. And why I really don’t find any of the CBS comedies since the 1990s very funny: Idiot Clowns. In general, […]

11 Dec 18
zelktalk

Every year it seems a new discussion about bringing the designated hitter rule to baseball’s senior circuit rears its ugly head. The 2015 season is no different, with this year’s edition being thrust into spotlight before the end of April. After St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright tore his Achilles tendon just four starts into […]

11 Dec 18
MileHigh Prep Report

Stat Leaders for Girls Basketball for Week 2 (Class 3A thru 1A) These stats are cumulative for the 2018-2019 season.  I don’t mind receiving stats via email if you do not post them online.  For the first time I will pick some performances of the week.  Last, we are very early in the season, but […]

11 Dec 18
John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”—Thomas Jefferson We are approaching critical mass, the point at which all hell breaks loose. The government is pushing us ever closer to a constitutional crisis. What makes the outlook so much bleaker […]

11 Dec 18
Ofrkinestor

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11 Dec 18
Ann Cavitt Fisher

Why travel to Huntsville, Alabama? It’s one of the coolest cities in the country! 

Nestled in the low, green mountains of northern Alabama, surrounded by great hiking and outdoor activities, Huntsville boasts a vibrant arts scene, great farm-to-table restaurants, craft breweries, and local distilleries. Oh, and it’s home to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center — you know, those people who engineered and built the rockets that got us to the moon.

11 Dec 18
College Sports, Lifestyle, Breaking News & Videos | Campus Sports

Though the college basketball season is coming into the quarter-way point as we enter Week 6, it is safe to say that a lot of hand-picked expectations from fans and experts have gone a little bit south. The college basketball landscape has seen its fair share of upsets in the young season and already, two […]

11 Dec 18

Annual event allows hockey minds from the U.S. and Finland to share and exchange ideas By Greg Bates, Special to AHAI Even though Finland is a relatively small country in terms of population, it has had a large imprint on the sport of hockey. Last season, 39 Finnish-born players skated in the NHL. The Finnish […]

11 Dec 18
Sota Girls Hockey

We had 41 games Saturday night.  I skipped the preview.  Here are some notable performances. Breck’s Olivia Mobley had 5 points………in the first period vs Orono. She finished with 6 points. Kylee Hopp had the OT game winner in Prairie Center’s 4-3 win over Crookston. TRF jumped out to a 6-0 lead after two before […]