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  • Young Mormons' arduous trek reconnects with faith's roots

    Young Mormons' arduous trek reconnects with faith's roots
    Andrea Rincon pulled the cart like a mule, gripping the wooden bar and, along with her pioneer brothers and sisters, using all her weight to turn the cart's two giant wooden wheels. The trek had been arduous. The night before, Ma and Pa could offer...
  • Eight students win scholarships

    Graduation time is always fun, and it is so inspirational to watch and hear the students talk about their future goals. The Glendale Kiwanis Club for many years has recognized graduating students and given scholarships to help them reach their next goals....
  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • Victory over Wake Forest huge for Virginia Tech

    Victory over Wake Forest huge for Virginia Tech
    The most challenging week of Virginia Tech's basketball season began with an improbable comeback against the first ranked opponent the Hokies had faced in a month. Overcoming rampant foul issues, slothful defense and a future NBA lottery pick, Tech...
  • Aug. 13, 2000: Operation Heisman begins for Michael Vick at Virginia Tech

    Last year Michael Vick became only the third freshman to finish among the top three in Heisman Trophy voting. This season he attempts to become the first sophomore to win it. Presented annually since 1935 to college football's most outstanding player,...
  • Keeping it under control during March Madness

    Talk to any sports fan, and he'll tell you the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament -- aka March Madness -- is one of the most grueling spectacles in all of sports. Sixty-seven games over three weeks of single elimination basketball, played out on...
  • Aaron Eckhart battles for Los Angeles

    Aaron Eckhart battles for Los Angeles
    SANTA MONICA, Calif. Aaron Eckhart fulfills a longtime dream in his latest film, "Battle: Los Angeles." He's always wanted to wear a uniform and fire an M-16. "This is the little boy dream," Eckhart said during an exclusive interview with RedEye....
  • Nelson wins 3,000-meter race

    Keeping up with area athletes competing in college: Western Nelson (Burroughs High) freshman, Cal State San Marcos men's cross-country: The former Leader Male Athlete of the Year had a fine performance last weekend in the San Diego Collegiate Challenge,...
  • In Theory: Honor code violation -- making the punishment fit the crime

    Q. Brigham Young University recently suspended its star basketball center, Brandon Davies, for violating the college's strict Honor Code. Davies admitted to officials that he'd had pre-marital sex with his girlfriend, an Arizona State University freshman....
  • Another incumbent bites the dust

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown One of the nation's most conservative congressmen apparently wasn't conservative enough for Utah's Third Congressional District. In a trend that may indicate the depth of voter dissatisfaction with Washington, six-term Rep. Chris...
  • UCLA football: Mike Johnson in line to replace Norm Chow as offensive coordinator

     
    San Francisco 49ers assistant coach Mike Johnson appears set to become UCLA’s offensive coordinator, leaving Norm Chow’s future in doubt, according to a source inside the program who was not authorized to speak on the matter. A UCLA official said........