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21 Apr 19
The Sheriff of Sodium

The NFL Draft will take place April 25-27, 2019. Being selected to play football at the highest echelon of the sport is obviously very different than matching into a residency program. And yet, amidst the breathless analysis, hot takes, and bold predictions by talking heads on ESPN, I can’t help thinking about residency selection. See, […]

21 Apr 19
Here Goes Nothing

Well friends, family, random people reading this, it’s about that time to head out. This day came unexpectedly fast. I feel like I’ve been planning this for months and months just for it to come up like this. Did you know if you have AAA you can get all sorts of maps and what not […]

21 Apr 19
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Have a Happy Easter for everyone! Hope you find all the Easter Eggs!   -Alexander Ngai

21 Apr 19
Chiefs Wire

A heart condition has driven speculation that this top prospect may be falling.

21 Apr 19
News Breaking

Former National Football League star running back Reggie Cobb has died at 50, according to the San Francisco 49ers, who Cobb served as a scout for. In a statement, the 49ers said, “We are devastated by the sudden loss of a tremendous teammate and loyal friend, Reggie Cobb. Reggie was an enthusiastic and passionate person […]

21 Apr 19
Renaissance Hombre

[A repeat from May 24, 2015]   I used to have an illegal weapon. And every once in a while I used it.  Know what it was?  It was a switchblade knife.    Now mind you my switchblade knife was old and decrepit and had a blade that was maybe two inches long.  And it opened […]

21 Apr 19
A LITTLE PIECE OF MY HEART

{ son Bennie} Throughout the years, many people have asked the question, if U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves, the former slave was the true inspiration behind he television series “The Lone Ranger?” Well, let’s travel down the road and back in history and time a little bit and put some of these pieces together and […]

21 Apr 19
Coupeville Sports

It was a message, loud and clear. Playing under blue skies on the prairie Saturday, the Coupeville High School softball team put visiting Meridian down hard, rolling to an 11-1 win thanks to a hail of extra-base hits. In the moment, it’s just one win, and a non-conference one at that, but it was a […]

20 Apr 19
The Oil Spout

When a season is as disappointing as the 2018/19 season was and when a team is still missing the playoffs 13 years into a 5 year rebuild, people start to lose patience. There is no good reason why bracket challenges should still be the most exciting part of the playoffs for a lot of Oiler […]

20 Apr 19
Fox Sports Radio

Former NFL Scout Bucky Brooks lays the process that leads up to the NFL Draft and explains why it’s a common practice for Coaches and GM’s to send their scouts away in order to avoid leaks. source https://foxsportsradio.iheart.com/content/2019-04-20-the-raiders-were-right-to-send-the-scouts-home/

20 Apr 19
Eagles Frenzy

This past Wednesday, a collection of NFL Draft prospects with ties to the Philadelphia area showed their skills to the Eagles coaches and scouts at the team’s local pro day. For many this was their final chance before the draft next weekend to prove that they deserve to have their name announced as a 2019 […]

20 Apr 19
Detroit Sports Nation

The Detroit Pistons were without their best player Blake Griffin as they were blown out by the Milwaukee Bucks in Games 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. Embed from Getty Images On Saturday night, the Pistons will look to get back into the series when they host their first ever playoff game at […]

20 Apr 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
The Ukiah Lions Club gets the plastic eggs from a company in the Eastern U.S. that has veterans put in the candy before they ship the eggs out. (File Photo) The Ukiah Lions Club will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, at 2 p.m., at Anton Stadium, next to Todd Grove Park, with area children hunting for thousands of eggs. The Lions Club has been putting on the event for over 70 years, since 1947. There will be around 6,000 plastic eggs with candy inside up for grabs at the event this year, instead of the traditional dyed eggs. The Lions Club breaks the Easter Hunt down into age groups to make it fair for the younger children, with each age getting a specific area where they look for eggs. There will be extra treats available for children who find special “Prize Eggs,” and the Easter Bunny will also come to visit the Easter Egg Hunt and will be available for pictures with kids. Gary Mirata is the Easter Egg Hunt coordinator this year. He moved to the Ukiah area in 1946, and he remembers as a kid having an Easter Egg hunt at the local golf course put on by the Lions Club. The event has continued over the past decades, with changes to the area where it takes place and what the kids look for. The Easter event has become a long-standing Ukiah tradition that is a core part of the club’s community work and something members plan to keep doing in the future. The Lions Club gets the plastic eggs from a company in the Eastern United States that also has veterans put in the candy before they ship the eggs out. Once they receive the eggs, a large volunteer crew loads them and then brings them to Anton Stadium at around 1 p.m. on Sunday. Once they get to the stadium, they set up different areas for the age groups and scatter the eggs across the field. The Lions Club recommends that people arrive early, as the event usually ends after 10 frenzied minutes of children running around the stadium, although they will try to wait a couple minutes for any stragglers. “We signal to go, and each kid goes through that area like a vacuum cleaner. They pick up everything. We don’t have anything left over. It’s quite interesting to watch,” Mirata says. The Easter Hunt is one of the free community events the Ukiah Lions Club puts on each year. Other events include the Ukiah Lions Youth Football Teams, which includes five youth football teams. To help fund their work, they run the snack bar at Ukiah High School during sports events. Twenty members founded the Ukiah Lions Club on Dec. 14, 1926, and since that time they have supported projects like youth athletics, local schools, Project Sanctuary, Cub Scouts, Ukiah Valley Christmas Effort, Plowshares, and the library, among others.
20 Apr 19
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20 Apr 19
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