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  • Inside the PD: Bethel looking at a different offensive philosophy -- slightly

    Inside the PD: Bethel looking at a different offensive  philosophy -- slightly
    When Jeff Nelson came to Bethel in 2007, he brought a no-huddle spread offense rarely seen in Peninsula District football. It worked: Quarterbacks Aris McGlone-English, Rashad Manley and Frank Brown threw for tons of yards, and the Bruins won 27 games...
  • Jerry Brewer: Seahawks' evolving offense much more explosive

    In small doses, you can see the change afoot. As much as the Seahawks are a championship team set in their championship ways, they're also addicted to being different. Or maybe they're just obsessed with getting the most out of unorthodox talent. It's...
  • Atlanta Falcons deliver 'wisdom' on Hard Knocks

    Atlanta Falcons deliver 'wisdom' on Hard Knocks
    Near as I can tell, not counting me, there are eight persons in this nation watching "Hard Knocks" on HBO — even though each episode debuts on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. and is repeated 13 times during the week. For HBO, it's filling air time if nothing...
  • Chicago architect Gerald Horn dies at 79

     Chicago architect Gerald Horn dies at 79
    Chicago architect Gerald Horn began his career helping design daring modernist houses in California. Toward the end of his working life, he crafted a California house whose airy, sun-bleached exterior reflected his passion for precisely honed details...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Philosophy with Sister Audrey

    Sister Audrey was many things, but one thing for certain, she was my favorite teacher at the University of Dayton. Because of her, I became a student of philosophy. Sister was a Rhodes Scholar and received her Ph.D. from Oxford, but found the title...
  • Young Knights optimistic about season

    Young Knights optimistic about season
    The Ellington/Somers Knights are heading into the football season with high optimism. "We're very young and very athletic," said coach Sean Byrne, at the team's second practice on Aug. 19. "We've got a lot of skill players – running backs and...
  • A view from the front lines in Ferguson

    FERGUSON, Missouri Shortly after 9 p.m. on Sunday night I joined approximately 150 protesters, who formed a line stretching across West Florissant Avenue. About 100 yards south of us, the wide avenue was blocked by a line of police vehicles, several of...
  • Malaysian militants bought bomb material for planned attack: official

    KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Suspected Malaysian militants loyal to the extremist Islamic State movement bought bomb-making material ahead of a proposed attack on a Carlsberg brewery near the capital Kuala Lumpur, a top anti-terrorism official said. The...
  • Ticked off! @ cable, bike thief

    I'm ticked off at the fact that I feel like a prisoner in my friend's home. Any time we walk outside there are three medium sized dogs that chase us back into the house. We have called the police and they came out and didn't do anything. It's mainly at...
  • A Race Between Two Darth Vaders

    A Race Between Two Darth Vaders
    Take cover. The shelling in the race for governor began in the immediate aftermath of Republican Tom Foley's Tuesday primary win. Democratic incumbent Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Foley are in a contest to see which can make his opponent the most unpalatable...
  • Kathy Van Mullekom: Native plants offer minimum maintenance, maximum benefits

    Is there such a thing as a low-maintenance garden? Some landscapers and horticulturists will tell you no – every garden needs maintenance of some kind. For the most part, they are right. From personal experience, I can tell you there are high-...