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Linda Dianne Black Moore, 75, of Toledo and Greenville, NC, passed away Thursday, March 23, 2023, at Sunny Hill Care Center in Tama under the care of Hospice of the Midwest. It was Linda’s wish to be cremated and there will be a memorial gathering followed by interment at Woodlawn Cemetery […]

Liam Messam is happy to offer his Fight for Life his opponent a hug despite “heated words” as they prepare to go toe-to-toe in the ring. Messam, a former All Black and Waikato stalwart, hung up his rugby boots in 2022 and has been pursuing his love of boxing. The . . .

Following UNC men’s basketball’s most recent NCAA title in 2017, there has been a shift in the culture of North Carolina’s team, as one-and-dones began to plague the team year after year.  As a result, North Carolina’s squads in recent years never meshed with underdeveloped players, leaving behind a fragmented, dysfunctional team. Enter the NIL […]

A slow start to the NASCAR Cup Series season — two crashes and an engine failure through six races — has Bubba Wallace looking internally for the steadiness he needs to pull himself out of this early slump. It was his mother who encouraged Wallace to do some self-reflection. “It’s day by day, right? Just […]

Story Links SAN DIEGO – San Diego State continues its Mountain West schedule this weekend when it travels to the Land of Enchantment for a three-game series vs. New Mexico, March 31-April 2, at Santa Ana Star Field in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Friday’s clash is set to begin at 6 p.m. […]

The proud Aztec that he is, Bud Black certainly had an eye on Brian Dutcher’s squad the last few weeks while preparing for his seventh season as the Rockies’ manager. The Mountain West tournament. The Sweet 16. The Elite Eight. It’s obviously been on his screens whenever Black — the former San Diego State pitcher […]

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The majority-white and Republican-led Mississippi Legislature is taking final steps to expand the the territory of a state-run police department inside the capital city of Jackson, which is majority-Black and governed by Democrats. Critics say the proposal would stomp on local self-governance and create unequal systems of justice in different parts […]

Story Links ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Navy baseball team has adjusted its upcoming weekend schedule due to forecasted weather, affecting road Patriot League doubleheaders at both Holy Cross and Army.   Originally slated to play two games on Saturday, April 1, Navy and Holy Cross will now face each other in a twin-bill […]

Story Links ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Navy track and field teams play host to Army in the outdoor Star Meet on Saturday, April 1 at Ingram Field. The meet is part of the Army-Navy Star Series, presented by USAA. Navy has swept the outdoor meet the last seven times it has been […]

Football March 30, 2023 Curtis Snyder, Interim Associate AD/Athletic Communications Chris Fowler Will Call The Game For ESPN Story Links BOULDER—The Colorado Buffaloes spring football game as part of Black & Gold […]

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