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Kyley Dunmeyer and Gabriel Yoder have been chosen to represent Meyersdale Area High School at the March meetings of the Meyersdale Lions Club. Kyley is the daughter of Shawn Dunmeyer and Melody Gaschler. Her school activities are National Honor...
Highland Park's Jason Brown was part of a history-making result Saturday at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Milan. Brown won the free skate and was second overall as the U.S. men swept the world junior men's medals for the first time in...
Tags: Awards and Prizes
Max Aaron was the smallest guy on the Phoenix Firebirds, a select Bantam AAA travel hockey team in Arizona — so small, in fact, that teammates designed a goofy play for him. The idea was to have Aaron, about 5 feet and 100 pounds at the time,...
The United States racked up a record 37 medals, including nine gold, at the 2010 Winter Olympics. With the pre-Olympic World Cup and world championship winter sports season over for U.S. athletes, it’s a good time to look at the U.S. chances for...
LONDON, ONT. -- A decade ago, Carolina Kostner was the ingénue of the World Figure Skating Championships, a 16-year-old Italian who bounded around the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. like a frolicsome fawn as Michelle Kwan won her last of five world...
LONDON, Ont. – It was nice that the judges gave Meryl Davis and Charlie White a world-record score for their short dance Thursday night. After all, this is a competition, so both score and placement are the ultimate measure of success, no matter...
LONDON, Ontario. -- After covering figure skating for 33 years, you learn to accept the partly subjective nature of judging in the sport. That does not make the “reputation judging” that falsified the men’s and pairs results at the...
Tags: Music, Pairs Skating, Johnny Weir, Evan Lysacek, Russia
When Javier Fernandez finished his free skate at the European Championships last month, having landed three clean quadruple jumps, a Spanish TV commentator spent the next minute uttering a stream of "bravos." "I am speechless," the commentator said amid...
Tags: Japan, Spain, Yu-Na Kim, Human Interest
LONDON, Ont. – Ice dance is figure skating’s odd couple, mixing lifts and spins that would work in the pairs competition and terpsichore befitting that schlocky TV dance competition-cum- reality-show many people swoon over. Ballet? Some,...
Story time — A story time celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday is 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 2, at Best Friends Daycare, 9689 Pickerel Lake Road, Petoskey. Best for ages 1-3. Event includes lunch, games, cupcakes and more. $16;...
It’s only Week 2 of “Dancing With the Stars’” 16th season, but already people have stopped being polite and started getting real. All the stars were back for their second night of competition, but the specter of Tuesday night&...
What has seemed like a foregone conclusion for two months now is official: Evan Lysacek will not compete at next week's U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Omaha because he still needs more training after recovering from surgery in mid-November to repair...
Tags: Johnny Weir, Evan Lysacek, Human Interest
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