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Uphill Both Ways: Suit-free swimming at Marshall Middle School
No historic photos this week, but that's probably a good thing.
Three generations cherish same wedding dress
Three generations cherish same wedding dress
Jessi Balsamo, Sue Kotwitz and Jean Spaulding of the same familly all wore a vintage 1953 wedding dress.
Tom Miller: Area athletes finding success collegiately
The winter collegiate sports seasons are coming to an end, and with the first day of spring Monday, spring sports are into their initial stages.
Fuel & Tires: Will Ferrari stage comeback in Formula One this season?
Fuel & Tires: Will Ferrari stage comeback in Formula One this season?
With Formula One kicking off its 2017 season this weekend in Australia, Dave has previews of the teams and drivers that will be fighting for the title.
Uphill Both Ways: Open pods, irritated parents
Uphill Both Ways: Open pods, irritated parents
Harrison Elementary School opened in 1970. From the very beginning, parents were suspicious about its layout.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How do I incubate or set eggs?
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How do I incubate or set eggs?
There comes a time when chicken owners want to incubate eggs from their chickens. Your new incubator should come with detailed instructions.
Author shares cranberry story during agriculture event
Author shares cranberry story during agriculture event
Lisl Hornig Detlefsen will read from "Time for Cranberries" during an Ag in the Classroom event Tuesday, March 21.
Tom Miller: No Magnifico, but 'Zona worth the trip
n the two games our group attended, Damien Magnifico did not pitch. We saw Jimmy Nelson, Zach Davies, Michael Blazek, a No. 96 and a No. 97, and several others, but no Magnifico.
Fuel & Tires: Bourdais goes from last to first at St. Pete
Fuel & Tires: Bourdais goes from last to first at St. Pete

I had high hopes for the new pairing of driver Sebastien Bourdais and the Dale Coyne Racing team going into the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. After the Frenchman's rare error in qualifying Saturday, I figured I'd have to wait...

Press Start: Developers should remain unapologetic in their game design
Press Start: Developers should remain unapologetic in their game design
Some video game developers take their creative freedom as far as they can, sometimes shattering realism for the sake of fun. They shouldn't have to apologize for it, Gazette columnist Jake Magee writes.

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