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  • Army Reserve Maj. Jason E. George, 38, Tehachapi; among 3 killed by roadside bomb

    Jason E. George was the kind of guy, those who knew him say, who had more friends than he could count and never forgot their birthdays or wedding anniversaries. "He was so good about staying in touch with everyone," said Army Maj. Brett Sylvia, who met...
  • Extremely Rare Ted Williams Baseball Card Stolen From NY Motel

    Extremely Rare Ted Williams Baseball Card Stolen From NY Motel
    Police are on the hunt for an extremely rare baseball card depicting legendary Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams, that was allegedly swiped from a Canadian collector's motel room in Farmington, New York, authorities said. According to state police, the...
  • A Look Back At Area Baseball Teams On July 20, 1969

    Considering man walked on the moon for the first time in 1969, we had to figure anything could happen that year. And it did later that baseball season. The Mets, hapless and helpless for all those years, won the World Series. Just like the moonwalk, it...
  • Where to go?

    Where to go?
    Today's flash points include a Harvard professor, Supreme Court nominee and vilified quarterback. Say hello to Henry Louis Gates Jr., Sonia Sotomayor and Michael Vick. We sports types will leave Gates to sociologists and Sotomayor to the Senate. But...
  • A Splash Of Vibrant Youth In A Historic Setting

    The Kid City Museum in Middletown is a bright, cheery day trip idea for parents looking for a change of scenery not only for their kids, but also themselves. Located in the renovated 1835 Camp-Sterns House, the Museum is only a few steps from historic...
  • Kell, O's All-Star, Hall of Famer, dies

    George Kell, the Hall of Fame third baseman who edged Ted Williams for the 1949 American League batting title before putting the finishing touches on his 15-year career with the Orioles, died Tuesday. He was 86. Jackson's Funeral Home in Newport, Ark.,...
  • The Great Outdoors

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || FEATURED BOOK Know Hunting: Truths, Lies & Myths, by Dr. David E. Samuel, Know Hunting Publications The sport of hunting is often misunderstood by those who do not participate. Know Hunting helps to explain huntings role...
  • The Great Outdoors with host Charlie Potter

    In 1960, WGN Radio Answered The Call of the wild as Dick Lashbrook hosted the station's first show covering the outdoors. The show was appropriately named the "Great Outdoors Show" and was an immediate success as it began supplying news concerning outdoor...
  • Bittersweet Time for Doctor as New Clinic Opens; He's Dying of Cancer

    Bittersweet Time for Doctor as New Clinic Opens; He's Dying of Cancer
    Update: Dr. David Nichols has served the people of Tangier Island for more than 30 years, but cancer which was in remission is slowly taking his life. Nichols put his life's work into being a physician and helping the people of the small island. Aug....