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Curt Stager holds an 1870s land map of Bloomingdale, Vermontville, Wilmington and Keene that he used to help locate where the Black families he researched lived. (Provided photo — Naj Wikoff) Another truth, this about Blacks living in the Adirondacks, was shared Sunday afternoon, March 26, to a packed hall on […]

Kang Jung-won, spokesperson for the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, speaks on Thursday during a briefing regarding the investigation launch of the ″Black Rubber Shoes″ incident. [NEWS1]   The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced Thursday that it has launched an investigation into the unfair contract surrounding the beloved children’s comic series, “Black […]

A Black Hawk helicopter (stock photo) (PA Archive) Two US Army Black Hawk helicopters crashed during a training mission in Kentucky . . .

PRINCETON — A go-ahead RBI double by Bradford Halsey in the bottom of the four-run sixth inning gave Princeton a 9-8 lead over visiting South Charleston at Hunnicutt Field on Wednesday night. Tigers late reliever Luke Monaghan struck out the Black Eagles in the top of the seventh to keep it that way and seal […]

The Demon Deacons had 10 finishes within the top-10 The Wake Forest men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams showcased their talent and depth at the Raleigh Relays over the weekend.   “Our goal was to win the heats we were in and not worry about the clock,” associate head coach Ashley Bastron said. “If […]

DURHAM, N.C. – App State softball swept N.C. Central on the road on Wednesday, defeating the Eagles, 6-4 in the first game of the day before finishing the evening with a 7-3 victory. Both App State pitchers reached their career highs in strikeouts. Delani Buckner punched 10 Ks in Game 1 before Kaylie Northrop struck […]

It doesn’t get much better than the Battle of the Bombays. Indeed, the Chiefs-Blues clash in Hamilton on Saturday night will be essential viewing in round six of Super Rugby Pacific. Blues coach Leon MacDonald is amped at the prospect of handing the Chiefs their first loss of the season, saying rolling into Hamilton and […]

Courtesy of Parker Waters Tulane football hosted their spring game on Saturday, March 25. After coming off a successful season with an American Athletic Conference Championship and a Cotton Bowl victory, the Green Wave’s new look has practiced for the . . .

Next Game: at Bucknell 4/1/2023 | 1:00 PM Apr. 01 (Sat) / 1:00 PM at Bucknell History BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Playing a third straight ranked opponent, the Lehigh women’s lacrosse team suffered a heartbreaking 15-14 loss to No. 13 Army Wednesday night at the Ulrich Sports Complex despite a hard-fought […]

Story Links AUSTIN, Texas – Freshman Bryanna Craig of the Purdue track & field team opened the Texas Relays in the heptathlon on Wednesday, March 29, in Austin, Texas.   Craig completed the first four events of the heptathlon, and she will conclude the seven-event competition on Thursday. She is in […]

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