Fans who watched Reed Lovsness pitch in townteam baseball games in the mid-1950s — and thousands did — saw one of southwest Minnesota’s most legendary athletes take the mound: a tall fireballer who rarely lost and never was afraid to be tough with a ball gripped in the fingers of his right hand. 3,781 more words
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“Dazed and Confused” – we’re not talking about the Led Zeppelin song or the movie made in the Nineties about the Seventies, although both are personal favorites of ours. 80 more words
This week the Texans cut OT Tyson Claybo. No big loss, until you consider he was the only backup offensive lineman with even one snap in the NFL. 141 more words
From Keith Brook
I write to express our gratitude to the Old Colstonian Society on behalf of the people in Nepal.
Your money will go a long way to help the Peace Garden School, the Noble School and the Triratni School, and their village communities of Khokhana and Bungamati. 374 more words