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TULSA, Okla. — The numbers are not in his favor at Southern Hills, which is nothing Wyatt Worthington II hasn’t faced before. Worthington, who spends his working hours giving lessons at The Golf Depot in central Ohio, is among the 20 club professionals who qualified for the PGA Championship. In five of the last 10 […]

Posted May 18, 2022, 7:16 am Dominic Stearn Cronkite News The NFL came under renewed scrutiny in January when the Miami Dolphins fired Brian Flores after just three seasons. The dismissal of Flores, who is Black and Hispanic, marked another short tenure for a minority head coach in the nation’s most popular sport. Flores has […]

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — City police confirmed that the department received a complaint about a black bear being seen in downtown St. Clairsville early Wednesday. Officer Andrew Gazdik said an individual spotted the animal in the area of the Belmont County Courthouse and St. Clairsville City Building. No.officers saw the bear. […]

Kevin Koile – Sheridan Media This weekend will be the final run for a number of Sheridan High School Track and Field seniors, and another one will run again at the college level. Nathan Fitzpatrick has signed his letter of intent to continue on athletically at Black Hills State University. At last week’s 4A Boys […]

Getty Images The Giants were busy adding veterans to their defense on Wednesday. They officially announced the signings of cornerbacks Maurice Canady and Khalil Dorsey while adding word that they’ve also signed defensive lineman Jalyn Holmes and safety Henry Black. Holmes had 14 tackles in eight games last season. He was a […]

Safety Warren Powers was another member of the Oakland Raiders’ vaunted Eleven Angry Men of Defense in the 1960s, and although he didn’t have the notoriety of some of the others, he certainly did his part. The 6-foot, 185-pound Powers signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent out of Nebraska in […]

]]]]]]>]]]]>]]> Courtesy of Naya Tapper Sports Illustrated and Empower Onyx are putting the spotlight on the diverse journeys of Black women across sports—from the veteran athletes, to up-and-coming stars, coaches, executives and more—in the series, Elle-evate: 100 Influential Black Women in Sports. Much like what Tiger Woods did for golf and the Williams sisters did […]

This is a column by Shireen Ahmed, who writes opinion for CBC Sports. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. While the NHL and NBA are deep into their playoff seasons, the WNBA just tipped off its 2022 . . .

To the editor: American Legion 447 is seeking organizations like the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and all others to participate in the annual Memorial Day Parade happening on Monday, May 30. Set up begins at 10:30 a.m., parade 10:40 a.m., followed by a ceremony at 11 a.m. in Riverside Park. For more information […]

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