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Cardinals, 3B Carpenter agree to $52M, 6-year deal
King Leonidas slipped into legend at the Battle of Thermopylae, martyred with 300 Spartans for the sake of Western Civilization and Spartan glory. Saturday's action from the Class C-1 state tournament championship game between Pierce and Minden at Pinnacle ...
In Dakota Oil Patch, Trains Trump Pipelines
Marathon Petroleum Corp., which operates refineries in Detroit, Mich., Canton, Ohio, and Catlettsburg, Ky., has agreed to help foot the $2.6 billion construction bill and provide much of the oil in exchange for a 27% stake in Enbridge's North Dakota ...
Cheaper Surgery Sends Lowe’s Flying to Cleveland Clinic
In the changing world of health care, patients are finding that the best care may be several hundred miles away. When Travis Bumbaugh needed heart surgery, the Pennsylvania general contractor chose the cheapest option in the Lowe’s Cos.
7 papers win Grand Slam honors in APSE contest
Honorable Mention The Advocate (Baton Rouge), Austin American-Statesman, The Charlotte Observer, Hartford Courant, The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The Palm Beach Post, The Record (Woodland Park, N.J.), Richmond Times-Dispatch, St. Louis Post-Dispatch ...
Big Ten women's tournament notebook: Alston steals show
And they’re not trying to do too much. They’re coming in, they’re playing their role and they’re giving us good quality minutes.” Ohio State set Big Ten Tournament records in first half points (58) and total points (99) in a game. The Buckeyes ...
Ray Lewis Leads 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Ballot
Lewis enjoyed a stellar college career playing at the University of Miami. Ray took the field in his freshman year (1993) and never looked backe The Florida native recorded 81 tackles, two sacks and four pass defelections all in just five starts.