ANCHORAGE - An online competitor announced plans Tuesday to buy Alaska's largest daily newspaper.
NEW YORK - The most polarizing Hall of Fame debate since Pete Rose will now be decided by the baseball shrine's voters: Do Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa belong in Cooperstown despite drug allegations that tainted their huge numbers?In a monthlong election sure to become a referendum on the Steroids Era, the Hall ballot was released Wednesday, and Bonds, Clemens and Sosa are on it for the first time.
The Associated PressToday In Sports History2003 MLB owners approve of the plan that will have the winner of the All-Star game as the league with home field advantage in the World Series2001 Dave Winfield and Kirby Puckett elected to Hall of Fame ? Winfield: .283 average, 465 HRs, 1,833 RBI, 12 time All-Star ? Puckett: .318 average, 207 HRs, 1,085 RBI in 12 years, 10 time All-Star, 5 times over 200 hits in a season1993 Michael Jordan scores 64 points, but loses to Orlando 128-124 ? Shaq had 29 points and 24 rebounds
The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star:In this era of global markets, a surprising discovery thousands of miles away has serious repercussions for farmers in Kansas...
...where he majored in political science and journalism.At that time, Meachum was a cub reporter and he wrote for the Kansas City Star in 1976, the Detroit Free Press in 1977 and the Tallahassee Democrat from 1977 to 1978.As a public defender in...
Robert Francis Meachum, age 57, passed away on January 1, 2013, at Providence Hospital in Anchorage due to complications of a stroke and heart attack. Rob was born in Chicago, Illinois on February 27, 1955, to Dr. Floyd T. Meachum and Mrs. Bobette
...families for the past 12 years. Described as "The most intriguing children's entertainer out there right now" by the Kansas City Star, Cosgrove has released seven CDs and two DVDs, many of which have won awards from Parents' Choice. He counts...
It can be both illuminating and disconcerting to find practitioners of religions other than your own commenting on aspects of the faith you follow.
The Tongass National Forest, which covers 80 percent of Southeast Alaska, is in the best shape ever, thanks to the timber industry, state control of fish and game, and modern Forest Service practices that are winning awards for its managers. The Tongass National Forest, which covers 80 percent of Southeast Alaska, is in the best shape ever, thanks to the timber industry, state control of fish and game, and modern Forest Service practices that are winning awards for its managers.
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