Joe H. Satko

...nearly every year. Joe was a devoted husband and family man. He cared for his wife, Irene for 22 years, after a series of strokes left her handicapped. He was very active in the lives of his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren; always willing...
Crystal Worl honored with Native artists in Washington, D.C.

...artwork represents rich and vibrant cultures that have thrived on this continent for a millennium, every color, shape and stroke on the canvas brings to life a connection with your roots and your ancestors," said Jill Biden at the reception. Worl - a...
Today in Sports History: Nov. 15

...more than two in a row.2009 - Michelle Wie earns her first win on the LPGA Tour, closing with a 3-under 69 to finish two strokes ahead of Paula Creamer in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational. The 20-year-old Wie qualified for a USGA event at age 10 and...
Sacred oil checks eyed amid budget deficit

...billion a year that could be used for the budget. The numbers are rough and the details preliminary, but those are the broad strokes recently released.This wouldn't erase the deficit but would help close the gap, Richards said.How might the dividend...
Today In Sports History for Aug. 28

1908 - Fred McLeod wins the U.S. Open golf title with a one-stroke victory over Willie Smith in a playoff.1922 - The oldest American international team golf match, the Walker Cup, is established...
Making state, one stroke at a time

It is not always about the medal, or the ribbon, or the personal best time that highlights a swimmer's journey into the state championships. Sometimes it is a personal challenge.
Today In Sports History for Oct. 7

...the first quarter in a 57-21 win against the Detroit Lions.1962 - Judy Kimball wins the LPGA championship with a four-stroke victory over Shirley Spork.1970 - Willie Shoemaker wins his 6,033rd race to pass Johnny Longden as the winningest jockey...
Today In Sports History for Sept. 25

...Zinderstein in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association championships.1949 - Louise Suggs wins the U.S. Women's Open by 14 strokes over Babe Didrikson Zaharias.1962 - Sonny Liston knocks out Floyd Patterson at 2:06 of the first round at Comiskey Park...
JDHS tennis team heading to state

...strongest chance to advance," JDHS assistant Anne coach Kincheloe said. "They both have been playing from a young age so their strokes are well developed. During the season they have been working on their double's strategy and getting to know how to play...
Day runs in place at BMW, but still leads

...Obviously, the most difficult round that we've had this week by far," Day said.He was at 20-under 193 and had a six-stroke lead. That's one shot better than he had at the start of the round, and the biggest cushion any 54-hole leader has enjoyed...
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