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Linebacker Jeff Barnes was not a huge star for the Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders, but he definitely had an amazing 11-year career with the Silver and Black. The 6-2, 233-pound Barnes was drafted by the Raiders in the fifth round (No. 139 overall) of the 1977 NFL Draft out of the University of California in Berkeley […]

LeBron James has always been the front runner when it comes to speaking about social issues, stigmas, stereotypes, discriminations, or spreading awareness. He has always supported movements and has been vocal about things that matter for societal well-being.  It has been like that ever since his debut in 2003. Although he was just an 18-year-old […]

Digital Brief: May 20, 2022 (AM)Janelle Burrell has your latest headlines. 3 hours ago Philadelphia Weather: 90’s On The WayKate Bilo reports. 3 hours ago Stotesbury Cup Regatta Returns To The Schuylkill RiverIt’s the largest high school regatta in the world. 3 hours ago Parks On Tap Returns To Fairmount Water Works On FridayParks on […]

Gene Kershner BALTIMORE – The Maryland Jockey Club is ready to kick off a scorching hot weekend Friday at Old Hilltop, culminating with the Preakness Stakes late Saturday afternoon. On tap Friday afternoon at Pimlico Race Course is the $250,000, Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. Friday’s card will also include three Grade 3 races: the Miss […]

A study examining diversity hiring practices finds Major League Baseball with rising gender scores but also a three-decade low for Black players on opening day rosters. Wednesday’s report card from The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at Central Florida issued an overall grade of B-minus, with a B for racial hiring and a […]

Early next week in Atlanta, the NFL is taking what I believe could be one of its most significant steps in recent years in improving the diversity hiring crisis at the club level. More than 60 men of color and women from all 32 teams will be at the May NFL owners meetings for a […]

Two days before the murder of 10 people in Buffalo, state Sen. Brad Hoylman introduced legislation to close a loophole for large capacity ammunition feeding devices that has made it difficult to prosecute those caught with such devices. On Wednesday, Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes, D-Buffalo, joined Hoylman’s efforts. There is only one […]

Kate Bock shows her flat abs in black crop top at Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue launch party in New York City By Paul Chavez For Published: 02:38 EDT, 20 May 2022 | Updated: 02:38 EDT, 20 May 2022 Kate Bock rocked a black crop top on Thursday while attending a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue […]

Silver Creek’s Kaylee Hutchison delivers to the plate during Thursday’s Section VI Class C quarterfinal against Falconer at Ernie Strickland Field in Falconer. OBSERVER Photo by Christian Storms FALCONER — The Falconer softball team watched Silver Creek’s performance in the Section VI Class C prequarterfinals and knew it would have to bring its ‘A game’ […]

BLACK RIVER FALLS — The Black River Falls High School softball team began the postseason with a big victory and another game on its schedule. The seventh-seeded Tigers advanced by beating 10th-seeded Amery 10-2 in a WIAA Division 2 regional quarterfinal on Thursday. The victory moves Black River Falls into the semifinal round at second-seeded […]

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