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Six months ago, McClouth High School senior Trevor Roberts suffered a life-changing injury during a football game that nearly cost him his life. But now, Roberts is on the mend, and back on the field in what some people in the small Kansas town are...
The University of Sioux Falls women's track and field team won its first Great Plains Athletic Conference Championship in dramatic fashion thanks to the help of an Aberdeen woman. USF led Doane College with one event, the 4x400 meter relay, remaining...
The Fabulous ForumIran is threatening to boycott the 2012 London Olympics, claiming that the logo for the Games is racist because it resembles the word "Zion." In comments carried by the official IRNA news agency Monday, Bahram Afsharzadeh, the secretary-general of Iran's....
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TribLocal - Winnetka & Northfield » NewsGrowing up, Paul Moran didn’t picture himself as an internationally ranked tennis player. But he certainly didn’t picture himself doing it from a wheelchair. Moran, …...
I spent a good part of Tuesday afternoon cruising from the Balboa Peninsula into the North Balboa Island Channel then around Linda Island and into the Back Bay. My mind wandered to racing this weekend in the Lido Isle Yacht Club's "Roy Woolsey" regatta...
The Newport Harbor Nautical Museum will launch an exhibit, "Extraordinary People," on Tuesday that gives a retrospective of local hero Nick Scandone. Scandone, who died in 2009 at the age of 42, won the gold medal at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing,...
NEWPORT BEACH — He referred to ALS not as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, but as "A Love for Sailing." It was Nick Scandone's way of turning his death sentence from Lou Gehrig's disease into a positive, which he did time and again. He won a gold...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIf there's an "it" city for 2011, it's London. Not only will London see Kate and William's royal wedding — 30 years after Charles and Diana's vows captivated the world's heart — but that's also the run-up to two major events in 2012: the...
Next time you're complaining about a migraine, an upset stomach because of too much fast food or a bout of the flu, try walking in Grant Dewey's crutches for a day. The eighth-grader has undergone 15 surgeries since birth. In January, he was under the...
The basketball players settle into drills with the precision and fluidity of a vintage squad - despite the fact that many of them cannot move their bodies from the waist down. Thanks in part to Gerry Herman, they're a wheelchair team to be reckoned...
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Tribune reporterJuan Antonio Samaranch made choices that compromised the modern Olympics even as he helped save them in 21 years as International Olympic Committee president. Samaranch's ethics were situational, reflecting the character of a man whose life's work was...
Tags: Elections, Values, Erich Honecker, Francisco Franco, History
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