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Daily American Staff WriterA Philadelphia lawmaker wants to shift cyber school financing from school districts to the state. State Rep. James Roebuck, Democratic chairman of the House Education Committee, introduced a bill on Monday that would make reforms to charter and cyber...
INDIAN LAKE — David Williams, Al Hendershot, Andy Yourich and Dan Pritts shot 5-under to nail down first place in the morning senior scramble at Northwinds Golf Course on Thursday. Bill Mignogna, Jay Hay, Charles Burk and Jim Bickford were second...
Tags: Personal Service, Athletes, Golf, Jim Montgomery, Human Interest
MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — The Scott and Jason Sechler Insurance team combined for 26 1/2 points to clinch the first half of the Monday Night Industrial League played at Middlecreek Golf Course. Team members and their individual points included Dan...
Tags: Athletes, Golf, Jim Harbaugh, Human Interest, Sports
The op-ed by Fred Miller "'Cooling out' poor minority kids in community college" (May 9) was one of the most incredulous opinions on community colleges that I have ever read. I could take issue on a line-by-line basis with each premise of the article. I...
Daily PressLong before William Crute had his first one-man show, he was staging exhibits for other artists. For 13 years, in fact, his Hilton Village Gallery ranked among the region's most successful, helping build the careers of such prominent figures as Barclay...
Tribune staff reporterThe yellow cart raced across the new FieldTurf at the Edward Jones Dome, bound for an unwilling passenger who first wore a look of defiance and then, ultimately, disgust. Bears quarterback Rex Grossman first had refused assistance from lineman Fred...
Tribune staff reporterAll week, the Bears vowed to make some noise in the 86th season opener in franchise history. Instead, they couldn't hear because of it. Kyle Orton, the first rookie quarterback to start a Bears opener since Zeke Bratkowski in 1954, had his helmet...
Tribune staff reporterAn extremely long and rewarding Sunday began with a challenge and ended with a Bears celebration not seen in this stadium since, well, forever, and not seen in Chicago since 2001. There's something about Jeff Garcia and interception returns for game-...
There had to be a letdown after taking the Seahawks behind the woodshed on national TV and beating them 37-6, right? Yeah, not so much. So after five games in which the Bears have outscored opponents 156-36, what is the issue? According to TennTrucker on...
Tribune staff reporterIf this eventually will be viewed as a statement game, then the man who had to speak through a fractured jaw made a loud one whose impact was surpassed only by the Bears' performance. "We responded," right tackle Fred Miller said. Good teams make...
The offensive line clearly has been a major reason the Bears are 6-3. Do the coaches divulge which starters have graded out the highest from week to week? What direction do you see the team going at guard for next year with Roberto Garza and Terrence...
Tribune staff reporterLast time he heard boos. This time, not so much. Rex Grossman led the Bears to a 34-7 thrashing of the Detroit Lions in the home opener Sunday by going 20-for-27 with 289 yards and four touchdowns. Tribune staff reporter John Mullin breaks down the...
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