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2011 Hartford Distributors Shooting

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Top 2011 Hartford Distributors Shooting Articles

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  • Yorktown's Hannah Black wins national shooting title

    Hannah Black couldn't have written a better ending to a fantastic shooting season. The Yorktown 16-year-old is the American Legion national champion in Sporter air rifle and the recipient of a $2,500 scholarship for winning the title Aug. 5-7 in Colorado...
  • Getting back to the basics

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Inside the Renaissance Academy gymnasium stood five designed human obstacle courses. It looked akin to one preparing for a driving test in which the driver must successfully maneuver their car around a set of orange pylons...
  • Another wild run for Cats

    Another wild run for Cats
    GLENDALE — This is the second of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. After somewhat of a down year across the board in 2008-09,...
  • Jobless rate up 1% locally

    The number of unemployed people in Glendale and Burbank grew by 1% last month, a shift observers attributed to schools being out for the summer and the loss of U.S. Census Bureau jobs. The July unemployment rate in Glendale was 11.7%, up 1% from June,...
  • Top-rated basketball prospect Michael Frazier of Tampa Plant commits to Florida for 2012

    Top-rated basketball prospect Michael Frazier of Tampa Plant commits to Florida for 2012
    The Gators didn't miss out on the Tampa Plant player they were targeting this week. Last week, the Florida football team watched heralded football player James Wilder Jr. commit to rival Florida State, but on Tuesday the Gators landed the top...
  • 'Cops' marks 800 episodes

    On Saturday, Sept. 11, Fox's venerable police documentary series "Cops" launches its 23rd season with its 800th episode. But there are still places where executive producer John Langley's camera crews are not welcome to shoot police activity. "Chicago,"...
  • Uruguay beats Ghana to advance to semis

     
    Uruguay and Ghana played 119 minutes of the most back and forth thrilling football in what was already arguably the best match of the World Cup – and then it got exciting. A match that eventually saw Uruguay win on penalty kicks, looked to be...
  • Jorge Videla, former dictator, faces new trial in Argentina

     
    The former dictator ruled Argentina between 1976 and 1981, when tens of thousands were killed or "disappeared." Videla had been sentenced in life in prison in 1985 after democracy was restored in the country, but in 1990, he was pardoned and freed by...
  • Drug gang hit man narrates assassination of prosecutor in Mexico

     
    Rosado admits to being a member of "La Linea," a binational gang known as the enforcement arm of the Juarez cartel. He explains how he and a crew of gunmen carried out orders to killed Salas. Here's a rough transcript of the first part of the clip....
  • Graeme McDowell back in focus, needs more wind

     
    On one hand, Graeme McDowell figures he's put himself in contention for a second major championship. The British Open scoreboard says he's seven strokes off the pace. That might be too far at a U.S. Open. At unpredictable St. Andrews, who knows? “...
  • Gulf oil spill: BP criticized for cheaper, faster well option

     
    A federal investigator hammered a top BP official Thursday on why BP chose to implement cheaper, quicker options to finish and seal an oil well rather than more expensive options that offer more protection against oil and gas compromising the......